Well, Paul, since you asked...here's the business card I had created for Feel Free to Prosper - after several years exclusively in cyber space (unfortunately it doesn't have my current headshot which I prefer):
I had this business card made last year but never got around to showing it online until now. Suddenly I have had requests from Ryze friends for something tangible that they can use to refer me to others. I just Fed Exed 100 cards to a Ryze friend in Canada who has been talking about me to her business groups.
You can see that I have included my Ryze network on the card as well as my website and email address. No address though as my market is global and I like appearing that way. The area code lets people know where I'm located if they want to look that up. For my corporate business, I had a very prestigious address, so of course it was on my business card and stationery because it gave me credibility for my corporate clients. But for many types of small businesses and services, I don't think an address is necessary unless you have a place of business that clients visit.
If you would like more details about the printer (wholesale online to the public and amazingly cost effective), you can find them here on my network.
Feel Free to Prosper
Author of the Upcoming, "Feel Free to Prosper: An Entrepreneurial Memoir of Synchronicity and Guidance"
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