How Beginners Create Best Selling Products

One of the big misconceptions in the ‘information business’ is that you need to be the premier expert on a topic before you can create a product. Nothing could be further from the truth. Right now…you have knowledge that others would pay to access. You know how to make other people’s lives easier. You have…

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Dilbert’s Advice for Internet Marketing

Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert cartoon, talks about an idea he calls the ‘Talent Stack’ “I’m a famous syndicated cartoonist who doesn’t have much artistic talent, and I’ve never taken a college-level writing class. But few people are good at both drawing and writing. When you add in my ordinary business skills, my strong…

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Introvert’s Guide to Online Success

I sucked at direct sales. Seriously. Before I came online I bounced from one network marketing company to another. They all claimed there was no personal selling required. They lied. Money was only made when something was sold. One of my shortest jobs…in a string of dead-end jobs…was selling satellite dishes door-to-door. I lasted a…

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Fun Home Office Tips With German Shepherds

We had an important holiday at my house on September 29th. Thor turned 2 years old. His official title is Office Entertainment Director. He’s up and excited every morning when I go to my home office. Most of the time he plops down near my feet so I have to be careful about moving the…

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Why Anti-Goals Motivate Me More Than Goals

Burn-out and overwhelm don’t come from working hard. They come from stumbling around in the dark. If you don’t know where you’re going, how will you know when you get there? And how will you know you’re even going in the right direction? But what if you struggle with finding goals that truly motivate you?…

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