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If you want to escape the 9 to 5, to be your own boss, and make up to $10,000 per month (or more) in as little as 30 minutes per day…

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The WiFi Millionaire e-book that shows you the things how to live the WiFi Millionaire way of life, is now the paradigm shift to earn. Thousands are making significant change on their lives from mediocre to successful then to a very successful people because they followed and took action from what they have learned from the e-book.

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As promised in my last article; How Being A Perfectionist Can Hinder Your Business & Life, I will be telling you the Strategies for Coping with Perfectionism. These come from the book “When Perfect Isn’t Good Enough” written by Martin M. Antony PhD and Richard P. Swinson MD.

In this book, you discover – the root cause of your perfectionism, explore the impact of perfectionism on your life, and find new, proven-effective coping skills to help you overcome your anxiety about making mistakes.

Also includes tips for dealing with other perfectionists and discussions about how perfectionism is linked to worry, depression, anger, social anxiety, and body image. Read more

You might be thinking that doing everything perfectly may seem a recipe for success.

You would not be completely correct…

“While some aspects of perfectionism can be helpful in reaching one’s potential, the perfectionist attitude also has some downfalls that can seriously ruin both your personal and professional growth.”
–   Excerpt from Book ‘When Perfect Isn’t Good Enough”

While it’s true perfectionists can be rewarded for their flawless performances and may even think their desire to never make a mistake is what makes them more efficient at their job, the obsession for perfect may indeed stand in the way of success.

Several high-achieving individuals can and have argued that their quest for perfection has been responsible for their success, including businesswoman Martha Stewart.

Who in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, said that she was “ a maniacal perfectionist. And if I weren’t, I wouldn’t have this company. I have proven that being a perfectionist can be profitable and admirable.” Read more

“Procrastination makes easy things hard, hard things harder.”
– Mason Cooley
You might ask ‘How Do You Overcome Procrastination?’
We received this exact question from the Entrepreneurial Meetup Groups we run here in Queensland, Australia.

Now we’ve been putting off answering this question… Just joking 😉 Read more

Meaningful work has long been one of the important ways to feel good about oneself. Research has shown that the more roles people fill, the more sources of self-esteem they have.

But where work has traditionally been a source of self-esteem, that link is now endangered.

The one thing that is most likely to suffer damage in today’s workplace is precisely what most of us hope to get there—self-esteem. The modern workplace presents some formidable psychological hazards. Read more

In some circles, the term “self esteem” is sacred; in others, it’s treated almost as a profanity. Instead think of self-esteem as a mental muscle that must be developed and maintained through regular psychological workouts—or you will be vulnerable to depression and anxiety.

Liking yourself and what you do makes it easier to be productive—but self-esteem takes a beating in most jobs. All it takes is one snide remark to put a damper on your enthusiasm, so you’ve got to stoke your own fires to keep self-esteem high. Read more

For how much time most of us spend on the phone, it’s amazing how poor our phone skills can become if we are not improving our skills regularly. It’s especially important for those in sales where’s it’s a necessity for you be on the phone.

We all need a little inspiration and motivation sometimes to re-shape our attitudes and our actions, and keep us on the road to success. It’s time to be intentional about your phone sales.

To do that you must consider our phone sales tips when you are contacting your customers and prospects.

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At some point, most businesses require an in-depth look at their financial structure. An expansion project, low cash reserves or a jump in expenses can prompt you to conduct such an exercise.

One way to analyze your financial health and identify how it might be improved is by looking closely at your financial situation. Do You Know Yours?

Start by Assessing your Financial Situation.
Here’s how to do it, in 3 easy steps.

Lesson in Marketing 101 Inspired from Feedback after the Promo Robot Article.

Wake up Dave… It’s just a Novelty

That was the type of feedback we received over the last few Entrepreneurial Newsletters (emails).

They were about my comparisons with Promo the Smart Promotional Bot…. It seems I need to wake up and get real!

This week I read for the first time 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself:
Change Your Life Forever.
The Author of 100 Ways to Motivate Others Steve Chandler, again proves that sometimes the simplest ideas make the most sense.

This week I read for the first time 100 Ways to Motivate Others: How Great Leaders Can Produce Insane Results Without Driving People Crazy. The Authors Steve Chandler and Scott Richardson prove that sometimes the simplest ideas make the most sense. The book quickly can encourage leaders/ business owners to rethink their managerial style. It’s […]

Until you value your time more than you value your money, you will never be truly wealthy.

Most people look at their bank accounts with great attention and assess how much money they have to spend, to invest, and to give away… But, they don’t look at their time the same way, and end up wasting this incredibly valuable resource.

The three deadliest words in business are, “got a minute?”

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Somewhere along the way, many entrepreneurs forget to have fun with the business. After a while, you might get bogged down with details or you might get burned out. A lot of this happens because entrepreneurs are known for being workaholics.

But you know the saying: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” This is true no matter who you are.

Too many entrepreneurs focus on the money at the expense of enjoying the process.

What’s More Important To YOU? Read more

“Operation Money Suck” is a concept to help you focus all your time, energy, and attention on extracting the maximum amount of money possible from your marketplace.

Your goal is to be the dominant player in your market. That means you must aim to take the biggest slice of the pie for yourself. Of course you need to do this Legally, Morally, and Ethically.

There’s a lot of disposable income being spent by your prospects and customers in the marketplace you service. You are surrounded by competitors who are aggressively going after the same people you’re trying to sell to. If you don’t aggressively show them why they should spend it with you, then your competitors will. Read more

Have you ever had a prospect right on the edge of buying from you, but at the last minute they back out because of they’re just too sceptical?

The way you overcome this is with an abundance of proof in your marketing – lots of testimonials.

Let’s say you’re selling an information product in the business-to-business category about how to get more leads. Read more

The world has led you to believe that financial freedom is not something you can willfully create in your life.

The TRUTH is that creating excessive financial wealth does not come down to luck or talent. It comes down simply to your beliefs, understanding, and the “pillars” that reinforce your every action.

I finished reading The 10 Pillars of Wealth book last night where…

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A lot of men and women hoping to generate profits online are often limited to working for only a few hours per day or less. If you are working a day job and are frustrated that you can’t spend additional time becoming financially free, I’ve some good news for you.

Have you any idea what’s even far better than having additional time to work? Getting just as much done as possible with the time you are doing have available.

Associated with that if you are not targeted and effective throughout a short period of the time, then having all day long would just imply more squandered time.

Like a mentor of mine once said, “If you cannot earn a living in your spare time, you can’t generate profits full-time.” Read more

The notion of the buyer’s journey has been used to describe the path that your potential customer would take when making a purchase. However, today’s customers are sophisticated, savvy consumers who do their research.

In case you haven’t heard the statistic before:
“67% of the buyer’s ‘decision’ is complete before a buyer even reaches out to sales.”

This happens because the buyer vets the companies by scouring their websites, reading reviews and asked others through their social networks for a referral. By the time consumers reach a salesperson, they are fully acquainted with your company’s product features, options and prices.

They have done their due diligence to narrow down their options. Read more

Savvy Businesses realize that the best thing they can do is to serve their community, irrespective of whether or not someone is in a buying cycle.

One of the most important tools that you can use is community.

It’s important that Entrepreneurs to be where their prospects — and their prospects’ friends — hang out.

“We seek areas where our clients have questions, and we strive to provide the single-best resource available to address their inquiry. Our clients don’t have questions limited to investing. They have questions about life.” – Barry Glassman, Glassman Wealth Founder.

If done right, Community involvement for a Business can be a situation in which everyone wins. Read more

I believe, to live a good life, you need to commit to lifelong learning…

And that includes reading better books.

Doing so helps you understand why you do what you do, make better, rational choices in life and work, and develop life’s most important life skills.

This week I read for the first time Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Making More and Working Less by Sam Carpenter. This book is a reality check for business owners and department managers who are struggling. In order to design your ideal life, this book is should be on your reading list. Read more

It’s no secret that the use of video in content marketing is on the rise.

And, it’s certainly not a tactic to be taken lightly.

In fact, YouTube is now the second largest search engine on the web and while video marketing is frequently an afterthought, its value demands a front-runner position in your content marketing plan.

When it comes to content marketing, video comes in at just number seven on the list of type of content used, despite its efficacy.

Why Video?

  • Companies that use videos in their marketing have 27% higher clickthrough rate and 34% higher conversion rates then those that don’t. (Buffer)
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Is the Facebook pixel needed?

Heck yes!

There are Facebook advertiser’s who currently aren’t using the Facebook pixel and some that are just not using it to its full potential. The excuses can range from confusion and intimidation to ignorance regarding whether it’s needed at all.

We set up Facebook Pixel on our website a month before we first advertised on Facebook because without the Facebook Pixel, you’re limiting yourself from the most popular targeting options.

You aren’t able to accurately track conversions.
How in the world do you so without the pixel?
You can’t optimize for conversions. You can’t do any of the fun stuff. Read more

The most popular of the social media platforms is Facebook.

This is the most powerful tool you can utilize in your online marketing. Once you have Facebook Pixel setup on your website. It’s time to think about advertising on Facebook.

Why Facebook?

It’s the #1 Website in the World!

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In our last two articles we talked about the difference between Branding vs. Marketing and Which Comes First – Marketing Or Branding. In this article we promised to go over The Importance of Understanding Branding vs. Marketing when applied to your business.

So here it is…

The Importance of Understanding Branding vs. Marketing

While branding and marketing are distinctly different, there may be one area where they overlap. When choosing imagery to be used on a continuing basis, branding and marketing become one in the same. As the saying goes “An image speaks one thousand words.”

Knowing that, when you select your organization colors, images, and logo–remember that they need to first stand for your brand–but that they can also play a considerable role in your ongoing advertising campaign.

Think about the number of images we see everyday—on our Facebook feeds and Twitter timelines, on websites we visit, in the games and apps we use on our phones. Though billboards and print advertising prove that brand imagery has always had a place in marketing, it’s undeniable that it now plays a much more important role, because of social media. If properly used, images can deepen a customer—or potential customer’s—attachment to your brand. Read more

As promised in our last article Branding vs. Marketing: Finding the Difference this article will answer the question of:

Which Comes First – Marketing Or Branding?

If you haven’t worked it out it yet…
It’s Branding

After all Branding reaches the key of your online marketing strategy, so branding must come first. Even though you are a set up, it is vital to obviously determine who you are as a brand–before you get started to devise your unique marketing techniques, tools, strategies, and techniques.
Your brand is exactly what will maintain your clients returning for more, it’s the foundation after that you will build consumer devotion.

Think about restaurants and stores near where you live – either independently owned, or major companies. It’s the brand that retains customers returning generation after era. Read more

Have you ever before contemplated the difference between branding and marketing?

If so, you aren’t alone. As the two are doubtlessly linked, there are small variations between your two.

As a business owner, it is vital that you realize branding and marketing both in great depth, so as to effectively use them mutually.

Below is a closer go through the dissimilarities between marketing and branding.

WHAT’S Branding?

The bottom line is, branding is who you are.

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The best satisfaction one can get is when they are selling solely because of the “why” we sell.

At exactly the same time, the most challenging time we’ve had is when we are focused on our very own personal targets at the expense of the clients to whom we were selling to.

The biggest sin a salesperson can do is to sell a lot more than anyone could handle. It could be an absurd amount of inventory or even a  product that is a trendy that does not solve an existing problem. A salesperson that sells to customers without acknowledging the “why” does not get repeat customers.

A sale that’s not worthwhile for the client is not really a sale. Read more

Marketing isn’t easy, and without a proper marketing plan set up, your business may suffer. The primary ingredients for an effective marketing campaign will be the four Ps.

These essential marketing aspects are product, price, positioning, and promotion. To supply a confident experience for your visitors, it is within your very best interest to ensure that all P’s works together with all others.

It requires a whole lot of work and work to know what customers want and need, as well as figuring out their shopping patterns. Once these steps are used, you’ll then need to create your product, find the appropriate price, and promote it. Many of these actions must be studied jointly to avoid problems.

Let’s explore the four Ps of marketing, know what they are, and exactly how they interact. Read more

“Many people dream about being an entrepreneur, starting their own business, working for themselves, and living the good life. Very few, however, will actually take the plunge and put everything they’ve got into being their own boss.” – Fabrizio Moreira

Entrepreneurism is a way of life.

It means embracing challenges, stretching yourself and acting in spite of fear.

If you’re not getting the results you want, it may be because you’ve not yet fully committed to the entrepreneur’s way of life.

Ask yourself whether you’ve committed to each one. If not, it’s time to make the commitment and watch your results change. Read more

Social Media is one of the very most powerful tools in your marketing arsenal.

In the event that you utilize it effectively, you can create a solid personal reference to your possible customers. However, marketers often make the error of diving into public media with out a clear plan. At best, this is a waste materials of their time – with worst, it can result in a PR devastation.

In this article, we’ll share with you what you ought to use in your social media strategy so that it works from day one. Read more

 Do You Want To…

… escape the 9 to 5 by being your own boss. So you can work when and where you want to.
… make more money in 5 hours per week than most people make in 50 hours per week,
… and becoming a WiFi Millionaire with just a computer, a WiFi (internet) connection, and a desire to succeed.

Now, this may sound far-fetched to you.

That is understandable.

If you don’t believe this is possible, then the WiFi Millionaire Ebook will prove you wrong.

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We love continuity income.

It is, in short an incredible way to build, scale and sustain a business—any business. So, here’s a quick tutorial in case you aren’t familiar.

Continuity income, as the name suggests, is continuous income paid weekly, monthly, yearly or on some other fixed schedule. It’s frequent, it’s recurring and it’s automatic—people don’t have to mail back a check or call with their credit card or anything like that.

The charges are pre-authorized and keep happening, which benefits all sides. The customer doesn’t ever experience a lag in service and the business continues to collect money doing anything. Really, what could be better? Read more

Successful negotiating requires you have a technique. The clearer you are on  strategy before negotiating, the more lucrative you’ll be. At the core of the strategy is what Mark Hunter “The Sales Hunter” calls the “3 Ts of Negotiating: Trust, Time, and Tactics.”

Master these as part of your selling skills! 

As these 3 T’s of Negotiating when used well will boost your motivation in sales and can increase your profits.

1st T of Negotiating is Trust

The more trust you and other party have in one another, the less need to negotiate. The chance is at knowing if the trust is real or only perceived.


Trust only comes with time and the having quality interactions with your client. Remember quality not quantity is important.

To measure the degree of trust you established, consider what your partner has told you about their company or even themselves. As the more they let you know things that is not known by others, the greater trust they have got in you.

Perceived trust is blind and can get you in big trouble rapidly. It often comes when the other party is an excellent communicator and is easy to get along with.

Time Management2nd T of Negotiating is Time

The more time you have before it’s essential to finalize an offer, the higher your leverage.

If time is of the essence to you, then don’t allow the client to really know what your timeframe is.

An excellent negotiator will use time to their benefit by knowing timelines that the other party is dealing with – without disclosing anything apart from what is essential to help close the negotiation.

2nd T of Negotiating is Tactics

Finally, people focus on using tactics when negotiating if they do not have an established level of trust with the other person or they really don’t have time working in their favor. The quantity and type of tactics a person will use is in direct proportion to the lack of trust they have together.

Tactics To Use In Business NegotiatingOne way of taking a look at the role these 3 Ts play in negotiating is to think about the total of the three equaling 100%.

If you have a high degree of trust both ways in your business relationship, then the use of tactics or leveraging time is not needed.  In cases like this, trust might be 100%.

Alternatively, if you have hardly any trust in the other party, then you will need to count on tactics and time to complete the negotiation.

The most detrimental circumstance would be when there is zero time to negotiate and there is absolutely no trust between the two parties. In cases like this, the only real “T” you need to use is tactics.

Your potential to improve the degree of trust will usually allow you to diminish the importance of time and tactics.

Start today paying close attention on the amount of trust that is present between you and each of your clients. We encourage you to you to really think about this, even if you are not currently in a negotiation situation.

Wise salespeople know how to examine each T with each client.The more adept you become at this, the better negotiator you will become.

Will be the three Ts part of your strategy?
They must be.

Talk Soon,

Nicky and Dave Cane

Related Article: How to Sell to Strangers – Our Step-By-Step Guide

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Regardless of what resolution you commit to, the goal is to improve life in the coming year. Resolutions can come in many forms. Some people make a promise to change a bad habit, such as quitting smoking or eating less junk food. … The tradition of New Year‘s resolutions dates all the way back to 153 B.C.

Only 8 percent of people actually keep their New Year’s resolutions, according to Fobes Magazine. There are many reasons people can’t stick to their resolutions, from setting too many of them to getting derailed by small failures.

Before January 1st, ask yourself these questions:

  • Should You Make a New Years Resolution?
  • IF So… When Should You Make It?
  • What is the Best Way to Make Your Resolution Happen?

2018… What Will You Do, Be and Have?

Watch the Video Below before New Years 2018:

To Achieve Your 2018 Resolution, all it takes is a Simple Mind Shift…

Yes it is simple however it’s not always easy for most average people as their programming (subconscious mind) wants them to keep plodding, staying comfortable and average.
However to be a winner and have your Resolution become reality you need to Step Up and take control. Like the champion sports person they Step their game Up and it starts with the First Step with energy and enthusiasm.
Want to develop your energy and enthusiasm into creating an successful life?

Are you ready to take your 1st Winning Step to Have the Life you always dreamt about?

In our 21 Step Online Business Training your coach will help you shift your mind set to Step Up become a successful entrepreneur. You can easily be a Winner in the Game of Life…. If you take the first Step and Step Up to Play to Win.

 Here is an Easy Online Business System where you can Make More Money in your spare time than most make working full time…. Click Here for a short Video on how to get started.

Please reach out to us if you have a question or you need help or encouragement.

Have a Great Future,
Talk Soon,
Nicky and Dave Cane
P.S. I have 2 more Tips for You to stay informed with Business and Marketing ideas and motivation they are;
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I have now finished re-reading Bob Proctor’s book, “You Were Born Rich.”

The author Bob Proctor has been associated with personal and professional development for much longer than other individual alive today. There is an extraordinary amount of happy, successful individuals who pin their successes his advice and teachings.

Bob Proctor really is aware of how to help those who are looking for advice. Not merely are his books on success popular as self-help literature, they can even be a source of inspiration.

His works teach people about the different details in life as well as life lessons that will help any ordinary man stand out. Yes, it is true that success cannot be pulled out from a book. However reading good literature will help push you to ultimately exceed your own restrictions.

SalespeopleIf buyers could easily get by without salespeople, do you think they would?

It really is a fascinating question if you stop and consider the role of the salesperson. Naturally, taking into consideration the role within an abstract way is a very important factor, but how about considering it from an individual perspective? What goes on as a salesperson when you put your thoughts aside for an instant, relax, take a breath and honestly consider,

“What role will I play with my customers?”

If you ask a salesperson what value they bring to their buyers, you will most likely get smoke and mirrors. Once you ask this question of clients and specifically professional customers, you will get a totally different answer. For professional clients who visit a wide selection of salespeople, the worthiness they put on them is usually very little.

Are You Thinking About Why?

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If you want to be a successful business owner or an entrepreneur, you’ll need to master different skills during your career.

Bill Pescosolido an internationally recognized leader and trainer told us about these skills. He is an authority on the topics of Prospecting, Recruiting, Content and Branding.

Today, we want to share with you the top three skills every business owner needs for long-term success.

Are you ready for long-term success?
If yes, read on.

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HolidayYou have got to love the holiday season because it typically generates good feelings in us towards our fellow man.
It is the season of giving after all!

It is important not to be too caught up in the good feelings of the season. As we can lose sight of the point: giving is not about good feelings!

It is about helping those less unfortunate than yourself.

The most noteworthy fact is that most of our charity is seasonal and it should be a source of shame, not pride.

I’m not talking about donating money as that is a fine thing to do. I’m talking about the personal person-to-person giving. It is about really reaching out and helping our fellow human beings.  We should be enriching others’ lives without worrying about enriching our own.

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“The truth is traffic in and of itself is pointless unless you’re attracting your ideal visitor.” – Sophie Lizard

At this moment of time, people have endless amount of information, entertainment, and other content than in any other amount of time in history. Whilst that is great for those looking to be up to date, educated or entertained. It can present an issue for online marketers seeking to capture the biggest possible audience.

That’s because there will certainly be more competition for your target audience than in the past. So the content you are using to attract visitors to your pages needs to be interesting, innovative and/or exciting. When people check out your website, you want them to stay on your pages once they land there.

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“Make it simple. Make it memorable. Make it inviting to look at. Make it fun to read.” – Leo Burnett

Creating web content is hard sometimes.
Creating web content that folks will actually read is even harder.

With regards to writing for the web, you have to create content carefully and purposefully. People on the internet have a short attention span. It is no wonder with all the content out there, so you are struggling for each and every second of their attention.

Many content developers aren’t really that familiar with the people who read their content online. This is the major problem that triggers web content to go unread. Which means people skim the content instead. They want to get the important things from the articles without spending a lot of time on it.

Thankfully, there are some things you can do to make your content more attractive to those who only skim.

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As one of the most influential generations of our time, Millennials have initiated a significant shift in today’s work-life environment.

I am not just saying that because I come from that generation.

These days, the big question isn’t about how we obtain work-life balance. Rather it is how we integrate our work with our families, friends, hobbies, and personal goals. Drawing a distinct line between our personal lives and our work lives has become something of the past. This is all thanks to things like technology and our constant ability to plug-in at work.

Instead, Millennials like me are more concerned with work-life integration.

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“Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings”
William Arthur Ward

We are writing to you today from our home on the Gold Coast in Australia.
ThanksgivingMany of our friends across the world have celebrated ‘Thanksgiving’ and are now enjoying their ‘Thanksgiving Weekend.’ Thanksgiving Wishes been shared it all over with social media, via email and by phone.
We thought it would be an ideal time to share what we are thankful for!

Social media has taken the internet by storm. There are 31.25 million Facebook messages, 347,222 tweets, 17,361 LinkedIn profile views, 48,611 Instagram pictures, and 300 hours of YouTube videos uploaded each minute. The internet is full of content that’s constantly being created or shared.

We already know what is happening, but let’s dig a little deeper and get to the “why” of it. Why do people love sharing on social media? What’s the psychology behind it?

As luck would have it, a study by the New York Times Consumer Insight Group found the answer for us. Researchers concluded that there were five major reasons why people share on social media.

What are the Five Psychological Reasons?

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I just finished reading for the first time ‘Who Moved My Cheese’ by Spencer Johnson. Its About How You Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life.

Spencer Johnson introduces the reader to his fable on how to cope positively with change. The story involves four characters who live in a maze: the mice Scurry and Sniff, and two ‘littlepeople’, Hem and Haw. All is going well because they have found a huge source of their favourite food, cheese. Read more

One of the fastest and easiest ways to get an online business up and running so you can earn recurrent income hands-free is by promoting affiliate products.

What are affiliate products?
These are products that other people own and that you simply promote. These can be actual, physical products — such as bicycles, cars, homes and so on. Or they can be digital Information Products — such as an eBook or a online business course.

When you promote affiliate products, every time you make a sale you get a commission on that sale. In other words, when you lead a customer to the product owner’s website and that customer spends money to buy that product, you get some of that money. Read more

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” ― Benjamin Franklin

If you are seeking to open a new business – either online or in the real world – and you don’t have the capital, you will need to seek help from institutional or individual investors. And the first thing they are going to want to see before they invest a dime in your business is your business plan.

What Is a Business Plan?

The business plan serves two essential functions:

  1. It provides a blueprint that you can use to build your business
  2. The business plan explains to investors why your business will be financially successful

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George Carlin – may he rest in peace – talked about 7 words you can’t say on TV. Well, this article is going to tackle the 7 dirty words of Internet marketing. You want to disassociate yourself from these as much as you can, if you know what is good for you.

Ok here are the 7 Dirty Words…

Dirty Words

Number 7

Which is one of my favorites, is “buy.”
You NEVER want to tell people to BUY your book or whatever the heck it is you’re selling. Buying means you’re spending money on it, and people do NOT want to spend money … on ANYTHING.

So you want to stay away from this word at all costs. Try something like “claim” or “immediately download.” This will make them think they’re getting it for nothing. Read more

Pattern interruption involves breaking an individual’s habitual thought or behavioral pattern so as to shake it up.

An existing pattern of behavior sometimes can be solidly conditioned in someone’s system, for example from your childhood by observing your parents behavior and simply coping it. This can create surprising resistance and interference to the change process.

Instead of tackling this resistance head on, you can use a pattern interrupt to “swipe the legs” of the resistance.

Here’s a simple way to understand a pattern interrupt.

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