Terms & Conditions

  1. I confirm that I am over 13 years of age.

How will my information be used?

We are all concerned to ensure that our information is stored and used appropriately. For this reason we want to make very clear to you how your information will be used.

  1. We will use your questionnaire responses to help us with our research. The results of our research may be published, but your identity will NOT be associated with any published results. Further, your information will NOT be passed to any other companies in association with any identifying details. Here is an example of the way may use your information. We may report (hypothetical scenario):

    "20% of people who say they are anxious in social situations also suffer from numerous other phobias."

    In this instance we may have used your responses in order to further our understanding about phobias, but as you can see, it does not identify you personally. Information will typically be used in an ‘aggregated’ form. i.e. The information represents groups of people. In any event your data will NEVER be passed on to other companies with any information that could identify you personally.

  2. Your password is stored in an encrypted format which means that nobody (even Live Life Satisfied administrators) can view your password. We at Live Life Satisfied do all that we can to assure that the information we store about you is safe and secure.

Comments Policy

As you know, Web 2.0 is all about the conversation. But without a few simple ground rules, that conversation can turn into a shouting matche that discourages others from entering into the fray.

So here is my comments policy. By posting on my blog, you agree to the following:

  1. You may comment without registering. You can log-in via Disqus, Twitter, Facebook, Google — or not at all. It’s up to you.
  2. You may post anonymously. I don’t recommend this, but you may do so if you wish. I may change this rule if it is abused.
  3. You may post follow-up questions. If you have a question, chances are you are not alone. Others are likely thinking similarly. Therefore, I would rather receive your comments on my blog than via email. It is a better use of my time to address everyone at once rather than answer several similar emails.
  4. You may disagree with me. I welcome discussion. However, I ask that if you disagree with me—or anyone else, for that matter—do so in a way that is respectful.
  5. I reserve the right to delete your comments. This is my blog. I don’t have an obligation to publish your comments.  Specifically, I will delete your comments if you post something that is, in my opinion, (a) nasty; (b) off-topic; (c) libellous, defamatory, abusive, harassing, threatening, profane, pornographic, offensive, false, misleading, or which otherwise violates or encourages others to violate my sense of decorum and civility or any law, including intellectual property laws; or (d) “spam,” i.e., an attempt to advertise, solicit, or otherwise promote goods and services. You may, however, post a link to your site or your most recent blog post.
  6. You retain ownership of your comments. I do not own them and I expressly disclaim any and all liability that may result from them. By commenting on my site, you agree that you retain all ownership rights in what you post here and that you will relieve me from any and all liability that may result from those postings.
  7. You grant me a license to post your comments. This license is worldwide, irrevocable, non-exclusive, and royalty-free. You grant me the right to store, use, transmit, display, publish, reproduce, and distribute your comments in any format, including but not limited to a blog, in a book, a video, or presentation.

In short, my goal is to host interesting conversations with caring, honest, and respectful people. I believe this simple comments policy will facilitate this.

Thank you to Michael Hyatt for allowing us to adopt his comments policy. michaelhyatt.com

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