About Tim

After studying Economics at the University of Toronto and University of Windsor, I worked at a shipping outlet Envoy Business Services and after acquiring the knowledge to run a store independently I opened my first business in Ajax Ontario. On the heels of opening the first I partnered up and opened two more locations. Grass roots advertising and creative marketing were key as the purse strings were tight. For almost a decade and with the birth of my daughter I elected to sell up and move out to the suburbs where I setup an online hosting business, used car lot and printing shop (right out of my 8×8 office in the home). Helping other business owners succeed online and offline has been my key to success. I genuinely enjoy the process of orchestrating the launch of a product or service or equally challenging helping a struggling business to over come obstacles.

I have chosen to blog about my experiences as I continue to learn from my online Marketing mentors. After recognizing that most people can get a website built easily but not all people know how to drive traffic to the website I found that listening and implementing strategies from my mentors has had immediate success. Helping my lovely wife Melissa succeed with her Yoga business as focused my internet marketing training.  I’m looking forward to helping others the way I was helped.

In life if you help enough people get what they want then you in turn will get what you want.

A very special thank you to my mentors Tim & James for their thoughts, help and insights

Implementation is the key


{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

helen January 18, 2012 at 9:39 pm

Nicely done 🙂 (and it’s on ‘on the heels’… not heals)

helen January 18, 2012 at 9:40 pm

my bad… meant that as a personal message (not post to the web)

admin January 18, 2012 at 9:47 pm

lol, no worries! I appreciate it…it’s odd being out from behind the curtain and now writing and producing content….lol

Jay Senetchko January 19, 2012 at 1:20 pm

The sight looks fantastic Tim, keep up the great work. Thanks for all help and advise you’ve given me along the way.