The SECRET to Financial Success Online!

The SECRET to Financial Success Online!

If you are reading this article…you must be a lot like I was when I first started delving into the possibility of making money online. I was looking for the secret to financial success online. The “silver bullet” if you will. I’ve bought countless products, ebooks and have researched hundreds (if not thousands) of articles all over the internet. So do you want to know the secret? Do you REALLY want to know!? Ok…here it is… THERE ISN’T ONE! YEAH BOY! lol Yeah I know…disappointing, right? WRONG! You see, the fact that there isn’t a secret is even BETTER news than the possibility of there being secret. Why? Simple. So let me throw it out there for you. IF THERE IS NO SECRET TO FINANCIAL SUCCESS ONLINE THEN THAT MEANS YOU CAN STOP LOOKING FOR ONE! Sorry for the CAPS yelling there. But seriously. There isn’t one. There is no magic guide out there that will tell you some snippet of information or some magic spell to cast that will immediately give you the know-how to make it big over night. There is no product that will miraculously create a button that you press that will fill your bank account with countless dollars. I frequent the Warrior Forum from time to time and in the beginning of my quest for knowledge I posted questions all the time. I replied on threads, checked out WSOs (Warrior Special Offers) and I still struggled with “the next step”. It may even be safe to assume that if you’re reading this, you may be in the same boat as I once was. For...
Food Just Tastes Better With Chopsticks

Food Just Tastes Better With Chopsticks

Yeah, I know… a silly title for a not-so-silly post. I’m a huge fan of Asian cuisine. Anywhere from Mongolian Beef all the way to Tako (Octopus Sushi). The flavors are exquisite, the textures are second to none and for me, it never gets old. Something I noticed though…is that I don’t enjoy it as much when I have to eat it with a fork. Has anyone else experienced this? Why is it that Asian food tends to just taste better with chopsticks? In fact… My youngest son has taken a likeness towards chopsticks more as a novelty so I sometimes let him eat other foods that weren’t necessarily made with chopsticks in mind. (AKA – Kraft Mac N’ Cheese, Waffles, Bacon) To further entertain myself and my son, I also sat down with him and attempted to eat these foods with chopsticks as well. Now even though we probably looked silly doing this…something happened. I was enjoying eating those foods more! Just like the Asian cuisine I eat…I was getting a little more enjoyment out of eating every day foods that were meant for your fingers or a fork and spoon. I asked myself why this was. I asked myself why a different type of utensil could have such a different impact on the pleasure I got from eating it. During these seemingly unimportant moments of thought. I came up with a few conclusions: 1.) I was forced to take smaller bites. 2.) I had to work a little harder to take those smaller bites. 3.) I had more time to savor each bite. 4.) I took a little more...
Average Joe – What it Really Means

Average Joe – What it Really Means

We’ve all been bitten by the “average bug” before. We’ve all had someone tell us that we were average in some way or the other. Being average at sports, at sales, at business, at cooking or anything else that comes to mind. However there is an even more dangerous “average bug” you have to look out for – YOURSELF. In this day and age, it saddens me to see that people are quite honestly “okay” being average. They are okay having an average house, an average career, an average income and an average life. What the hell are you people thinking?!  Here’s the definition of average from Merriam Webster: Definition of AVERAGE intransitive verb a : to be or come to an average (the gain averaged out to 20 percent) b : to have a medial value of (a color averaging a pale purple) With that said, let me tell you what being average REALLY means to me: Being average is being the BEST of the WORST and the WORST of the BEST. How does that make you feel? Do you really want to be average? I can tell you right now that when I think of being average in regards to that meaning above…I NEVER want to settle for average. Being average is settling…being average means you are giving up on the potential that God gave you. You were BORN for greatness. Why the hell would you settle for average? My guess? People get comfortable. We’ve all fallen victim to “comfortitis”. Yeah, it’s so dangerous I had to make up a medical term for it. When we get comfortable, we stop growing. We stop learning. We stay...
Keyword Research – Understanding Profitable Keywords

Keyword Research – Understanding Profitable Keywords

When it comes to keyword research…chances are you’ve read a few guides out there, bought a few e-books or spent countless hours researching and trying to comprehend how keyword research even works. I was in the same boat and in most cases, I am still pretty new to it… but if you found this article through a search engine…it must be working, right? haha It’s safe to assume you already know how powerful keywords are for your website. If you don’t? Allow me to sum it up: Keywords are the words that users are searching for in search engines. If you rank well with a specific keyword, that means more people to your site. Easy enough? So let’s get down to business. Understanding the ins and outs, the tips and tactics; anywhere from optimizing your site to keyword research, the first thing you need is a keyword research tool. Now, there are a plethora of them out there. Some free, some premium, some amazing, some good and some just down right awful. Since there are countless options when it comes to keyword research, I just want to cover two. Why? Because one of them is free, (yes, 100% free) and the other is a premium keyword research tool that I use almost exclusively. Let me start off by saying I am not a seasoned veteran with keyword tools, so I’m going to avoid doing the standard comparisons on why one tool is better than the other because quite honestly, the bottom line is that whatever tool you choose; what matters is that it works for YOU. So let’s get...
Selfish People – Like You and That’s Okay

Selfish People – Like You and That’s Okay

I know… the title implies a little negativity, but hear me out. There are selfish people out there…and you’re one of em. I am, you are, everyone is. So allow me to explain myself. What do I mean by this? Well it’s quite simple, really. So let’s start off with the definition of being selfish and allow me to elaborate on what I feel my own definition is: Selfish People From the archives of Merriam Webster: “self·ish – adjective \ˈsel-fish\ 1 : concerned excessively or exclusively with oneself : seeking or concentrating on one’s own advantage, pleasure, or well-being without regard for others. 2 : arising from concern with one’s own welfare or advantage in disregard of others <a selfish act>. Now upon reading this definition. One can assume that if people are selfish then they have no regard for the feelings and welfare of others. In some cases, it’s completely true. But I have another outlook on selfishness and I would like to think it’s a little more relevant to the majority of the world’s population. So what do I mean by this? What do I mean when I say that people are selfish? Well, to explain that people are selfish I like to think of the word: “selfish” I relate it to a “What’s in it for me?” attitude. In other words, if I do something for someone else. Or if I strive to achieve something…what’s in for me? What do I get out of it? Still, this does sound rather negative in relation to the definition above; but let me explain my theory with a few examples that I hope makes sense. If you were to help an...

80 20 – The Pareto Principle and Success

The Rule of 80 20 Many of you have probably heard the rule of 80 20. That is 20% of your effort accounts for 80% of your results. The Pareto Principle is based off of Vilfredo Pareto, who observed in 1906 that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population; he developed the principle by observing that 20% of the pea pods in his garden contained 80% of the peas. As simple as this sounds (even silly in some cases), you may be surprised at how fundamentally true this principle really is. Think about it, you can easily place yourself in a plethora of situations where the 80 20 rule applies. I’ve been in sales all my life and I know beyond a shadow of the doubt that 20% of my clients account for 80% of the total revenue made. In other words, for every 100 people…. only 20 of them are producing 80% of the results! Pretty crazy if you ask me! Now let’s look into the 80 20 rule a bit further… Let’s say you have a list 10 friends. Is it safe to say that 2-3 of them are your best and closest friends whereas the other 7-8 are more “buddies”? Interesting, isn’t it? Take a look at your website statistics. 20% of your traffic are going to spend 80% of the time reading your articles. The other 80% are going to spend 20% of their time. Now think about this… 20% of the people in this world are accounting for 80% of the results and effects on this world. Who do...
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