Jobs Are Filthy Habits That You Should Kick As Soon As Possible!

jobs suck!Okay… I’ll warn you up front, this post LOOOOONG and is going to piss some people off! I’ll be touching on the “big 3”, Money, Politics, and even Religion!

But I’m fine with that, because the people it’s going to piss off are not in my target market anyway!

And the people that are NOT pissed off by this post may very well have their lives changed if they really take its message to heart.

So I’ll gladly risk stepping on a few toes, even losing a few readers and subscribers in order to reach and help those that need to hear this message…

That means if you are a whiner, complainer, socialist, atheist, communist, liberal, or anyone else who refuses to take personal responsibility for your own success and wants an employer or some government agency to “take care of you” or give you “job security”, then you had…

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I’ve got some bad news…

Since I know you’ve probably got some celebrating to do tonight I’ll try and keep this short.

But I wanted to let you know that due to the EXTREME demand for my time and services, I have no choice but to raise the price of one of my most popular services.

http://www.Web-Site-Evaluations.com/conversion-booster.htm

For the past 8 years I’ve offered my Website Evaluation Service, and over 1,200 smart business owners just like you have dramatically increased their sales and conversion rates by taking me up on the incredible offer.

However, because each of these evaluations takes me many hours of my valuable time (the video portion alone is usually around 4 hours by itself), I simply cannot continue offering the service at such a low price.

So effective Monday (the 4th) my fee for my Conversion Booster Video Website Evaluation Service will go up by an additional $1,000.00.

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How to Make 2010 Your Best Year Ever!

As I mentioned in one of my latest blog posts, something I try and do at the end of each year is take 3 or 4 days, lock myself up in a hotel and conduct what I call my “goal setting retreat”.

During these sessions, I review the previous 12 months and plan out my business (and life) strategy for the next 12 months.

These periods have often been some of the highest leverage and ROI activities I’ve ever engaged in.

Several of my biggest businesses and jumps in income, and dramatic changes in my lifestyle have come out of these multi-day planning sessions.

One of the key activities in my goal setting retreat is laying out my 12 month plan for each of my businesses and companies.

Having a detailed, month-by-month, year long plan for your business creates a level of focus, direction and momentum that you…

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Who The Heck is {FirstName}?!?

hello-my-name-is-150Yesterday I made a blunder with an email I sent out to my list announcing my latest blog post.

Actually I made 2 mistakes…

My first mistake was trying to send the broadcast myself. I should have let one of my assistants or outsourcers send it.

The second mistake was I didn’t follow my own checklist and procedure.

The result of these 2 mistakes was an email with the following subject line:

Is this keeping you broke {firstname}?

Yep… The dreaded {firstname} in the subject line, without actually merging the personalization into the email broadcast.

Doh!

Way to make my subscribers feel special… NOT!

And the funny thing is I should know better.

As a pilot, I know the critical importance of following a checklist every single time. No matter how many times you’ve done a certain task, if you don’t follow the checklist you are open to…

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Is What You Are UNWILLING To Do Keeping You Broke?

successAt the end of each year, I take a few days off and reflect on my successes and learning experiences (there’s no such thing as “failures”) over the past 12 months, and then lay out my plan for the next 12 months.

I call this my “goal setting retreat”, and I often will lock myself up in a hotel suite or resort somewhere and just focus on planning and high level strategy for several days.

In preparation for this year’s goal setting retreat, I’ve been reflecting on some of the key differentiating factors that account for my success (and the success of many others I associate with as friends and clients.)

While there are many common factors and habits I’ve observed in other successful people, there is one that I want to comment on that often gets overlooked in much of the “success literature”.

And that is the willingness successful…

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