By in Random

Bubblews CEO Writes About How to Deal With Anxiety?

Arvind Dixit, CEO of Bubblews, has now written to his followers about "Anxiety." He has shared an "excerpt" from the free eBook he is dedicating to all at the site.

He also begins his share with the following:

"I do feel this book will have some of the best stuff I have ever written, or ever will write. Everything just feels right at this time. The new upgrades are also right around the corner and we are just taking some time to make sure it comes out near-perfect for you all. Thank you all so much for your patience with us and we are deeply sorry for the wait!"

After reading it, I hope that he hires an editor. He suggests to others to "grab the reigns," and has other awkward sentences. But he is doing his "best."

I cannot help but notice that the comments of allegiance were not nearly as prevalent as in the past. I suppose that one will only read about being "sorry for the wait (delay)" for so long. This has been the "broken record" for quite some time now.

I hope that his eBook gives him the relief from the anxiety he is experiencing. I dare say that it won't help me much.

© 2015 Coral Levang

| |


Image Credit » http://pixabay.com/en/mimic-panic-scratch-woman-person-156928/ by OpenClips

You will need an account to comment - feel free to register or login.

Comments

Hollyhocks100 wrote on March 16, 2015, 7:00 AM

I read it too, and he does sum up feelings of anxiety very well indeed. I wouldn´t wish those feelings on most people, Arvind included, but as for the opening lines, which you quoted here, I could have lived without them too. The promise´s became hollow a long time ago.

MelissaE wrote on March 16, 2015, 7:18 AM

Ugh...I hate it when folks publish a final draft with blatant errors.

MakeMoneyOnline wrote on March 16, 2015, 7:23 AM

That guy is full of it and frankly the less I have to do with him, the better.

nbaquero wrote on March 16, 2015, 9:51 AM

corallevang I am not even going to bother with his ebook and app and all other projects he might come up with, not worth the time.

LeaPea2417 wrote on March 16, 2015, 9:52 AM

He is a crook and I bet all the money stolen from writers (who didn't receive payments), went into getting his e book up and published!

morilla wrote on March 16, 2015, 9:57 AM

Many have been questioning the value of his posts. Were he addressing community concerns, questions, etc. rather than spreading his definition of the "meaning of Life" to people, many of whom are considerably older and more experienced, that would be 'valuable' to the membership. I have some suspicions as to where some of it may be coming from; but, the bottom line is that the vast majority really don't care about his 'wisdom' beyond what is directly applicable insofar as the site. Unfortunately, the only result he's achieving is to appear more and more 'disconnected' from the reality of the 'virtual' world he's created.

alexdg1 wrote on March 16, 2015, 9:59 AM

Actually, one doesn't need to spend too much money in order to publish an e-book. All that's needed (for Kindle, anyway) is an Amazon account, a decent word processing program, an Internet connection, and a working computer. If a writer hires an editor or ghostwriter....that is another story altogether.

Arvi wrote on March 16, 2015, 10:18 AM

I don't think his book is going to help me much either, mostly because I am never going to read it. I don't really suffer from anxiety anyway.

j2jworkz wrote on March 16, 2015, 12:11 PM

All I can say ... that was one of the more particularly wordy missives.

arthurchappell wrote on March 16, 2015, 1:26 PM

I don't think i'll be getting a copy of his book - he has given many of his site users their anxiety in the first place

SoundNFury wrote on March 16, 2015, 2:25 PM

Sounds like more modesty from Arvind. Like some of the others have said, I have no interest in checking out what he has to say about anxiety. I have plenty of events in my life (as I'm sure many others do too) that I could write about pertaining to that subject.

PriscillaKing wrote on March 16, 2015, 4:21 PM

And on which page does he mention relieving his anxiety about karma (and about legal action!) by paying what he owes people? Me being one of them, I'm very skeptical about any philosophical insights our Arvind may be trying to sell.

allen0187 wrote on March 16, 2015, 8:23 PM

Read his post and really can't help but feel sorry for this guy who is living in his own world oblivious to all the rancor surrounding him. I guess he lives in a bubble...

AliCanary wrote on March 17, 2015, 1:01 AM

What a twit.
I realize that's not 30 characters long, but I have nothing further to say.