Will YOU Support This Site?
Hello. My name is Steve M Nash and I’m the creator of this site, SMNash.com (started 2013), as well as sister sites SelfHelpCollective.com (2008) and SteveMNash.com (2020).
Starting in 2008, I specifically created and developed these ‘helping websites’ to make a positive difference to people’s lives. Ordinary people, extraordinary people, fantastic and flawed and funny people – people like you. And all via transformative blog posts, inspirational videos, and encouraging ebooks, e-newsletters and 1-2-1 transformative coaching conversations – all available for free.
But content creation does not come free.
Using quality services to create, host and share helpful content costs money.
- Using services like Aweber for sending newsletters, for example
- Using a web host like SiteGround to give a ‘home’ to SMNash.com
- Using Teachable for creating and hosting online courses
- Using Acuity to schedule coaching conversations
And that’s not to mention the time and energy ‘cost’ that goes into creating and supporting any half-useful online resource.
Hence I’ve decided to create this donations page, to give you a chance to show your support…
Please Support This Site – Please Make a Donation
Yes, if you have been inspired by one or more of my 60+ videos…
If you have read one of my 107+ blog posts (and it’s made a difference to your life…
If and of the free content I’ve created on this, or any other website of mine, has served in you any way at all…
Then… please consider making a donation to support this site!
You can make a donation via PayPal:
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