Refer a Friend, Reap a Reward


For the Right Reasons

A very, very long time ago, on a sparsely travelled California desert highway I was tooling along on a "photo quest" and spotted a young lady standing behind her VW beetle with its little engine compartment "hood" open. The car had died in the middle of nowhere and this poor girl was stranded.

Wanting to help somehow and not knowing beans about beetles I thought I might at least be able to spot if anything looked amiss. As I offered to help if I could, it was obvious that she was (a) somewhat fearful of me (young and male) and (b) low on options.

Nevertheless, I stared at this strange (to me) arrangement of belts, gizmos and hoses. Fortunately, I saw that a small hose had disconnected from what seemed to be the carburetor, securely reconnected it and asked her to start the engine.

Well, whaddaya know! The little beast fired right up, she thanked me, was on her way and relieved I'm sure that I didn't want any more reward than just knowing I had helped someone. 

You're Probably Like Me that Way

Unless I miss my guess, you enjoy helping others when you can, too. We know that's the stuff that makes this world a better place to live. You're probably not too motivated, either, by rewards for doing small favors because the deed is its own reward. Nevertheless, I would like to offer you some tangible appreciation for doing a small favor for your friends and family. Yes, me too.


No Hype, No Strings, No Gimmicks

Just good old, plain vanilla, ordinary gratitude. In fact, there is no "system" to check if you really did your part. I trust you. 

Refer a Friend, Reap a Reward is my way of saying thank you for sharing certain helpful, informative pages on my site with those you like and love. Like these...

Only a Photographer Would Want This Gift

When you share the page that describes my free newsletter Insights in Imaging with your fellow photographers, you can click the link that will take you to where you can download your free copy of "Going S-T-E-A-D-Y with Your Camera." You can read about it then download it here.

Anyone, Photographer or Not, Will Find This Gift a Game-changer

"Forgive the S.O.B" was written from personal need. We've all dealt with people who have injured us in one way or another. At the end of the day, though, it's not about what happens to us but how we respond that makes the ultimate difference in our lives. You can read about it then download it here.

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