This was an exciting morning. I sold a Kindle book to a young woman from India. Having computer trouble drove me to Geek Squad. Well, I thought it was Geek Squad. After letting the agent into my computer, "allowing him to fix the problem", he inserted a virus, removed my security, and tried to sell me the fix for $399. Don't do it, folks. Don't Google someone and take the first similar company from whom you are seeking help as I did. I'm a strong believer in Divine Providence. You might call it luck, or sudden wisdom, but I didn't bite. Then I got the most wonderful young woman from India who did delete the virus and fixed the original problem. As we waited for technology to do its very slow processing, we started a conversation about the new publication of my book. She clicks on Amazon, downloads the book, and I got my first foreign sale and my first sale to a woman under 25. It is my goal to try to alert young women to the importance of being heard. First, by learning what succeeded in the past, and second, by examining their own challenges and opportunities. Thank you, Satya for solving my computer problem and being my first foreign sale. I wish you a good read.
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