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What is up?!? If you plan on following along with me and the community at Entreresource.com, it is only fitting that I introduce myself properly and explain a little more what the blog is all about. My name is Nate McCallister. I am a serial entrepreneur, father and learning junkie.

 

Nate McCallister

This is me…Nate McCallister ^^

I am absolutely obsessed with entrepreneurship. I love every aspect of it.

I am doing all of the things I am teaching in this blog. I promise to share with you what is going well and what has simply exploded in my face. I will be the first to admit, I still make some very bad business choices, and luckily for you, I am an open book about them!

Why Should You Read This Blog?

Let me start by saying this: I don’t have all the answers!

Hell, I don’t have most of the answers…

Fortunately for us, there is barely enough time for me to write about what I do know.

Everything I write I know to be true from personal experience, research, and/or experimentation.

I do generate a six figure income using the methods that I share in this blog, so I am not a complete novice, but I am far from an expert.

I am not a millionaire but want to be someday so I promise you: I research things thoroughly. I want the answers just as badly as you do!

I am a student of entrepreneurship just like you. This blog is a resource for me to document what I know and analyze what I believe to be true “out loud.” You learn a lot when you have to put your thoughts into words.

Here are my 10 promises to you…

#1 I will never exaggerate my own success.

I want to appear successful, but I promise the only way I will do that is by earning it. If I say something, quote sales or mention past successes, you have my word, it is legitimate.

#2 I will never promote something I don’t use AND think is best for you. 

This blog makes me money. That is how I am able to spend so much time on it and am able to really put in the hard-work required to write solid content. I use all of the tools I mention, but I promise that if there is a better option for you, I will try and mention it. Some of the tools I use may be overkill for you, so I will do my best to provide you with lower cost alternatives.

#3 I will always be active in all content shared. No ghost writing. 

I love writing this blog. I will always be the main contributor and will only allow guest posts that are relevant. If my name is on something, you bet your ass, I wrote it.

#4 I will never pretend to know something I don’t. 

Fortunately, I don’t have enough time as it is to share what I do know. If I don’t know something, I will reference a professional or send you where you can find the answer.

#5 I will always do my best to answer your questions. 

If I am lucky enough that this blog gets big enough that this becomes difficult, I will remove this. But if you are reading it now, it is happening.

#6 I will always disclose my personal gain in links, affiliates etc. 

I will not share this on every link I post,  but I promise to be transparent about my financial interests. Like I said, I only promote what I use and know will serve you.

#7 I will always stay current on the industry so you are getting the best information I can possibly share. 

I believe that if you don’t read, you shouldn’t write. Stephen King said something like that, I agree.

#8 I will always attempt to explain things as simply as possible. Impressing you with vocab and confusing concepts isn’t my goal. 

I want to impress you with my content’s value, not it’s vocabulary. The SAT was 10 years ago for me, I don’t need to over complicate things now.

#9 I will not use clickbait headlines and “shock value” topics. 

I want you to read my articles, but I won’t trick you into it by writing leading headlines or exaggerating a point for shock value.

#10 I will never, ever SPAM you or sell your email information.

I wish I could say this goes without saying, but now days, it doesn’t.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read my blog and I hope that I can help you create a new business or take your existing one to a whole new level.

Let’s do this!

(High five),

Nate McCallister

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