Monday, November 28, 2011

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Saturday, November 26, 2011

How to feel even more amazing with less sleep

How To Become An Advanced Early Riser

Have you ever thought you need more than 24 hours in your day?

Well I believe I have found a way...

No! Not to get more than 24 hours in a day :) but how to make more time for yourself:

Actually, it's fairly straightforward...

Just get less sleep.

Honestly. My friend, who wrote this guide, has 2 kids, a full-time job, works part-time as a writer, has a great family and social life and still manages to feel amazing every day.

When I first heard him speaking about this, I thought there is no way that is true. When I asked him about it, he told me how he does it, and he didn't really think it was unusual as he has been doing it for years...

But when I questioned further he had to teach himself how to do it and now he has written a guide on how you can do it.

Imagine having an extra 2-4 hours every day....

What would you do with that time?
How much more could you achieve?

More time with your family...
More time to work on your goals in life...
More time to finish work on time...
More time to write that book....

The possibilities are virtually endless.

Read, my friend, Steven's story here.

I honestly think you'll be amazed and excited by the opportunities this can give you in life.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

9 Action Traits Of A Good Leader

Dale Carnegie believed that being a good leader meant changing the attitudes and behaviors of those under your command. He broke it down this way:

1) Begin with praise and honest appreciation.
2) Call attention to people's mistakes indirectly
3) Talk about your own mistakes before criticizing the other person.
4) Ask questions instead of giving direct orders.
5) Let the other person feel that the idea is his or hers.
6) Praise the slightest improvement and praise every improvement. Be "hearty in your approbation and lavish in your praise".
7) Give the other person a fine reputation to live up to.
8) Use encouragement. Make the fault seem easy to correct.
9) Make the other person happy about doing the thing you suggest.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Force The Universe To Grant You Incredible Wealth And Unimaginable Success

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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Changing Your Habits by Renee Corbett

We all have goals. Yet sometimes it seems no matter how many times we write them down, no matter how many times we visualize the goal, we still never seem to make any progress.


It could be as simple as changing your habits. The reason is simple but we all know that changing habits can be very difficult. Here are some tips to help change bad habits and create new ones.

Let's talk about your brain.

In the last 20 years many studies have been done on the brain, and the results have been incredible.

Many studies talk about the conscious and the unconscious brain. According to the book, The Answer, "The conscious brain is the part of the brain that thinks and reasons, the part through which you exercise your free will" and the unconscious brain "is where the great bulk of perception happens: it is where your habits reside, where your accomplishments and achievements take root."

What I glean from that is that habits happen unconsciously, you just do them because that is what you have been doing for a long time. Have you ever completed a task and then thought how did that get done? It just happens because your brain is used to doing that task or habit daily.

What does this mean for you and for you wanting to get rid of some old habits or create new ones? It means you have to beware of your brain. Your brain remembers the way you have done things for a very long time. To change the habit, you must be consciously aware of the old way of doing things, and the new way you want to do things.

Be Consciously Aware

Let's take an example. If you decide you need to make sure you get 7 hours of sleep each night, you consciously need to make the effort to go to bed at 11:00 PM if you have to be up at 6:00 AM. If you do not think about this habit you want to achieve, your brain will let the old sleep patterns take over. It takes your brain anywhere from 27 to 31 days to adapt to a new habit.

At the very least for the next 4 weeks you will need to tell yourself to go to bed at 11 pm. After awhile this will become an unconscious and natural habit that your brain will adapt and just tell your body at 11 pm, "We are tired and need to go to bed."

Changing habits is no easy task. It takes thought, effort and perseverance. For instance, when I worked for a computer retailer, I was expected to check my e-mail every hour, on the hour, for the latest communications from corporate. I worked there for 5 years, so when I left there it was the hardest habit to break. Checking my Yahoo! e-mail account once an hour was taking me away from what I needed to be focused on.

The very strange part is that I felt like something was missing if I did not check the e-mail; I felt like I was going to get in trouble for missing a very important email. I had to retrain my brain that it was no longer required and that it was a very bad habit. No one needs to look at e-mail once an hour, but it took a good 30 days for my brain to get it. So you see, consciously I got it, but it took my unconscious brain a lot longer to completely understand.

Write It Down

We may have the best intentions, we know we can achieve these goals; we write them down on paper or a "to do" list. We write it down and then continue to live this day like we did yesterday. To make this goal more real, you need to see it all day long. You need to physically be able to look at the goal throughout the day. Then you need to begin to take action on that goal everyday. This is where you need to retrain your brain.

When you are looking at the goal every day and taking steps toward the goal, your brain begins to see the pattern. The unconscious brain finally gets it, this is the direction you are now moving in.

Here's the simple thing you should do right now. Write down the goal you want to achieve in the next year. Then begin taking action. You will be amazed at your brain and its power in helping you to achieve your goals and dreams.

In summary, changing your habits for more productivity is easier than you realize. All you need to do is:

  • Retrain your brain

  • Be aware of what you are doing

  • Write down your goals

Extracted from StomperNet SEO Intelligence Report, October 21, 2011.

Friday, November 18, 2011

7 Ways To Make Meetings More Productive

1 - Start on time. Give warning; then do it.

2 - Assign time-keeping and minutes responsibilities.

3 - Keep posted on the time remaining and the amount behind schedule if any.

4 - Start with and stick to the agenda.

5 - Allow interruptions for emergency purposes only.

6 - Restate conclusions and assignments to ensure agreement.

7 - End on time.

Source: Alec MacKenzie, "The Time Trap" (Amacom)

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

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Monday, November 14, 2011

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Saturday, November 12, 2011

The 25-50-25 Rule For Success by Bob Bly

"I was quite eager to learn about marketing and began reading everything associated with it," one of my subscribers, KM, told me in a recent e-mail.

"However, with all that's published on marketing online today, I find myself reading more than applying.

"How do I separate the worthy reading, that which would benefit my business, from the interesting but time-consuming reading that is of little practical value?

"Sometimes I force myself to read almost everything, fearful I may overlook some exceptional information or nugget. Help! Where do I stop?"

I hear this story all the time...

You are interested in something—whether it is copywriting, Internet marketing, whatever.

But you are overwhelmed by all the information being offered on the subject (after all, we live in the Information Age).

So you go "information crazy"...buying every course, attending every conference, reading every e-book, listening to every audio CD, and dialing into every webinar you can find.

Before you know it, a month...6 months...or a year has gone by—and you are no closer to your business or career goal.

That's because you've spent all your time reading, studying, and learning the thing you are interested in—rather than actually DOING it.

Sadly, you are suffering from a syndrome I call "analysis paralysis".

All the information you are taking in has overloaded your circuits.

You can't process it all, sort through it, and figure out what to do first.

So instead, you do nothing. You take no action—other than to order yet another course or report to read.

You have become a marketing information junkie—avoiding the harsh realities of the business world by retreating to your favorite comfy chair with yet another neat marketing book.

You spend all your time READING about starting a business. So there is no time left to actually start or run a business.

You are an "armchair entrepreneur"—more enamored with the idea of entrepreneurship than the actuality.

Fortunately there is an easy solution: the 25-50-25 rule. It provides a simple guideline to help you get unstuck.

It says there are only three ways to learn a process (e.g. starting an Internet business) or a skill (e.g., copywriting): studying, observing, and doing.

Are you spending too much time studying and reading about Internet marketing or freelancing—and not enough time actually doing it and getting your business off the ground? Then apply the 25-50-25 rule.

The 25-50-25 rule says that to master a skill or process, and put what you learn into practical action, you must divide your time as follows:

>> No more than 25% of your time is spent studying i.e. reading books, going to boot camps, attending workshops, listening to CDs in your car.

>> No more than 25% of your time is spent observing—watching what successful people in your field are already doing; e.g., if you want to become a direct mail copywriter, this means reading and analyzing the direct mail you get in your mail box each day.

>> At least 50% of your time is spent actually DOING the thing you are studying and observing e.g. if you want to sell information products on the Internet, you are creating your first product...designing your website...or building your list.

The idea is similar to Michael Masterson's notion of "ready, fire, aim". He says that you should take action right away, and then learn as you go.

Acquiring business knowledge is a worthwhile activity. But without action, that knowledge is worthless to you.

KM's worry that, by not reading everything, he may miss a 'nugget' of information is accurate: you will never know everything there is to know in your field, or even most of what there is to know in your field.

But so what?

You don't have to know everything—or even most of what there is to know—to succeed in most endeavors.

For example, there are hundreds of strategies for making money on the Internet.

But you can make a six-figure annual income online using only a handful of them, even if you never bother to learn the others.

In freelance copywriting, there are many top writers who only write one type of promotion. Or work in one narrow niche. And they make a fortune doing so.

When we were kids, our parents and teachers told us to study, study, study.

But I see many people today much more enamored with studying marketing and reading about business, marketing, writing, and entrepreneurship than actually doing.

Well, I understand that. Reading about marketing is fascinating and fun.

But the money is in the doing, not the reading.

Follow the 25-50-25 rule, and you'll be doing—and making money—at least half the time.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

This Is Critically Important To Your Success And Happiness

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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

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Sunday, November 6, 2011

The More You Learn, The More You Earn by Bob Bly

Years ago, a famous rock star—I recall it being either Madonna or Cyndi Lauper—returned to her high school to speak at an assembly.

Although she had not graduated, she told the kids: Stay in school.

"The more you learn, the more you earn," she said.

Nowhere is this truer than in the business world.

Your success is likely to be directly proportional to the amount of knowledge you possess.

Knowledge about your products, technology, market and your profession, i.e. copywriting, website design, engineering.

Yet, even though we live in a knowledge-based economy, most of us graduate school knowing relatively little of what there is to know of the world—or even about our college major.

And with the dizzying pace at which new knowledge is created, the gap between what we know and what there is to know seems to grow exponentially with each passing day.

As Thomas Edison observed, "We don't know one millionth of one percent about anything."

Professor Richard Dawkins said in an interview with Scientific American magazine (7/07, p. 89): "All of us are ignorant of most of what there is to know."

So, with all of us knowing next to nothing, what can we do to learn—and thereby earn—more?

First, find a niche—an area of specialization—and concentrate your efforts within that niche.

The narrower the area of your specialization, the better your chances of at least keeping reasonably up to date in the field.

Second, become an "information junkie".

Read constantly.

I recommend every person seeking success in some area of business read:

1) The leading trade magazines in their industry.
2) A daily newspaper.
3) A weekly news magazine such as Newsweek, Time, or U.S. News & World Report.
4) One or two of the top e-newsletters or blogs covering your area of interest.

Third, read widely.

Even though you are a specialist, you need to acquire a solid base of knowledge outside your field.

Of course, your time is limited, so even here, you must choose your course of study carefully.

So what should you read and why?

MU, a Ph.D. candidate and consultant in the science of innovation, says that to be more innovative and creative you must read in "adjacent areas".

An adjacent area is something different from but at least peripherally related to your major field.

Example: a systems analyst might read in architecture, because both deal with designing systems (the former a computer application, the latter a building).

Why do you need to read in adjacent areas?

Research shows that the ability to be innovative is dependent on possessing a wide storehouse of knowledge from which ideas can be generated.

People who are not well read have a limited store of knowledge, and therefore are hampered in their ability to come up with new solutions.

Of course, reading is not the only way to learn. Doing things is equally or in some cases even more valuable as a learning tool.

According to an article in Prevention magazine (10/07, p. 175), new experiences—doing new things—stimulates production of dopamine, a chemical involved in learning and memory.

In addition, new experiences build brain mass and increase mental agility, while the absence of novelty causes the brain to shrink.

Solution: take up a new language, hobby, sport, musical instrument, or any other activity that offers continual fresh challenges.

When does all this learning stop?


"School is never out for the pro" is old advice and still true today.

You might protest: "But I am too busy putting out fires at work for all this study and learning!"

Then do it after hours.

In his book "212: The Extra Degree", S.L. Parker advises: "Add a few hours each month to your professional development outside of the work day."

By doing so, you can add the equivalent of a full week of work on your most valuable asset: you.

Bob Bly is the author of "World's Best Copywriting Secrets" and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him "America's top copywriter".

Friday, November 4, 2011

How to Focus in 3 Easy Steps: A Lesson in Theory of Constraints by Dr. Lisa Lang

If you're a "typical" Internet marketer you probably suffer from information overload! There are so many offers and opportunities that come your way...and many of them are GREAT!

On top of that, you're an entrepreneur...therefore you tend to come up with great ideas of your own.

Combine these two things together...and you probably suffer from what many other internet marketers suffer from. It's a disease known as "shiny penny syndrome". You may know the symptoms. Something sounds like a great opportunity so you sign up and start learning about it.

Then ANOTHER great opportunity comes up. So you buy the program, even though you're half way through the first program. You think you can do both at once. While running your current business.

And then a potential JV opportunity presents itself. And you're afraid if you let it go, this will be the "big thing" that you missed out you jump on board.

And now you are juggling WAY too many things, and aren't productive at ANY of them. It's time to stop the madness!

People often ask me to summarize Theory of Constraints. And in one word, it's FOCUS. Buying more Internet Marketing products is NOT the answer!

The project that's going to make you the most money in the least amount of time is the first thing you should be focused on.

You Need a Process to Determine Where You Should Focus

How to focus in 3 easy steps:

1. Determine the revenue potential for each project.

This is an estimate, of course, since you haven't done the project yet. How much potential revenue do you think would result if you completed the project?

Include all income you will be collecting as a result of the project, even shipping.

Don't worry if you don't have perfect information. We just need a ballpark number or "close enough for hand grenades" number. And because you will have an estimate for each of your projects, we are just looking for them to be relative to each other.

2. Determine the cost to generate the revenue of each project.

Costs are those that you would incur as a result of the project. Example project costs:

  • New hosting fees (don't count fees you are already paying);

  • Other new recurring fees like email hosting, but again, don't count fees you are already paying;

  • Sub-contracted help from rent-a-coder, freelancer, or some such outsourced labor. What part of the project will you be off-loading? You can look at bids on other similar projects to give you an idea of cost;

  • Affiliate payments. What percent will your affiliates be getting?;

  • Expert costs if you are paying a expert for their material;

  • Material publications and shipping costs if you are selling physical products;

  • And so on...

Do not include any costs that you are currently paying and will continue to pay whether you do the project or not.

3. Determine how much of YOUR time it will take to complete each project to start generating revenue.

"YOUR" is emphasized because we are not counting outsourced time. Outsourcing is a way to LEVERAGE your time.

Theory of Constraints has been getting some play in the Internet Marketing circles lately. And the reason is because it works.

You are the constraint of your business and this question is: How much of the constraint (YOUR time) will each project use?

The idea is to maximize the use of your constraint to generate the most income. So you can prioritize your projects based on the (Revenue - Costs)/Your Time.

Maximize the Use of Your Constraint (Your Time)!

The project that generates the highest Throughput (Revenue - Costs) per hour of your time should be your highest priority project—the one thing that you are focusing on.

Your constraint is the thing that limits your ability to make more money now as well as in the future.

I find that for most entrepreneurs, the constraint is their time and attention.

So for us to maximize our potential, we need to focus and work on those things that generate the most amount of Throughput for the least amount of our time and attention.

This also means that when you outsource, you are better leveraging the constraint (YOU). You are making money, but using less of your time and attention.

To the extent that you can outsource—do it!

We typically do this exercise and separate projects into 2 types—short term and long term. That's because the goal is to maximize profits now as well as in the future.

Then we typically select one short-term and one long-term project to work on.

This means that you have 2 projects you can work on, but that's it. We want to eliminate much of the multi-tasking your doing.

The key is to...Focus on Finishing!

It is far better to finish a project that will start generating income (or get you closer to that) than to start another project.

We generate no income when we start a project. We start generating income when we finish!

Now that you know which single project you should be focused on...

Do NOT work on or start any other projects until you finish that one project!

When you finish the short-term project (or it's not what you thought and your decide to stop), you can start another short-term project.

And when you finish the long-term project, you can start the next one.

How much is it worth to actually finish a project on your list?

It's common to find that some projects will return several THOUSAND dollars an hour for your time.

It's also common to find that you have prioritized incorrectly—that you are working on some things that you shouldn't be.

One client was beating himself up for not working on a book. Well when we did this analysis, we discovered that the book was NOT at the top of either the short term list or the long term list.

How much energy and attention do you spend beating yourself up or feeling guilty about what's not getting done?

What if the thing you feel guilty about should NOT be worked on right now? How could you better spend that energy and what results could you achieve?

What if you knew the one short-term and the one long-term project you should be focused on with your 10 hours per week?

Here's the point: You've spent a LONG time directing your time, money and attention to what you know. Now it's time to FOCUS. You know enough, for now.

How to Focus in 3 Easy Steps:

1. Determine the revenue potential for each project.
2. Determine the cost to generate the revenue of each project
3. Determine how much of YOUR time it will take to complete each project to start generating revenue.

Extracted from StomperNet SEO Intelligence Report, July 22, 2011.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Why are some people more successful than others?

A lot of people who claim to be rich and successful—and I say “claim” because we don’t know for a fact that they are—act as if it’s all them…and that luck had nothing to do with it.

But the fact is, there are 6 specific factors that contribute to anyone’s success or lack thereof—and luck is clearly one of them:

#1 – Intelligence.

Some people are just smarter than others.

Intelligence is a result of genetics and environment—your upbringing.

Since heredity and the home you are born into are determined purely by chance, intelligence is largely a matter of luck.

By the way, by “smart” I don’t mean “book smart”.

I mean smart at anything that can make money—whether it’s business, art, computers, or whatever.

#2 – Knowledge.

Successful people are students for life.

They are constantly acquiring specific knowledge in their business or field—as well as a large storehouse of knowledge on all sorts of other topics.

As a rule, the more you learn, the more you earn.

#3 – Effort.

The cliché about working smarter, not harder, is B.S.

Successful people work both smarter—and harder—than others.

#4 – Attitude.

Successful people have an attitude. But it’s not an attitude of ripping people off…or making as much money as they can any way they can.

It’s an attitude of service: of giving their customers (and others) more value than they have any right to expect.

Many successful people are also goal-oriented, and it is important to them to become successful. So they focus their efforts on achievement of that goal.

#5 – Aptitude.

We tend to be good at things we like and have an aptitude for.

Financially successful people just happen to have an aptitude and talent for things that make money.

Warren Buffett has said that the reason for his great wealth is that he was born with aptitudes and talents for which our society offers huge financial rewards.

Some of us are good at stuff, but not stuff that pays well. And if we pursue those interests exclusively, our incomes can be limited as a result.

#6 – Luck.

As you can see, the key success factors of intelligence (#1) and aptitudes (#5) are determined mainly by chance—and are largely beyond our control.

Yes, Warren Buffett studied finance, worked hard, and had the right attitude.

But he was also lucky, as is virtually every person who has achieved significant wealth, success, or accomplishment in life.

The honest ones admit this and are thankful.

Any rich or successful person who said luck had no part in his achievement is either in denial or unwilling to come clean.

Therefore, if you are successful, you should be humble, not arrogant and boastful.

After all, you were lucky. Right?