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8 Rules You Must Know To Prosper In The New Economy Now

May 25th, 2010 . by Anup



Came across a very good report the other day . Its called “The New Profit Rules” by Charlie Cook. You can get it here. Quite honestly you could use this book to turn your business around. Internet Marketing included. Well thought out, to the point , practical and applicable, supported with facts ,is based on experience and what works.

You need to check this report out to survive this lousy economy.

http://www.marketingforsuccess.com/profitrules-ns.html

As always

Have fun with it.

“The part I like about Charlie’s writing is every plan ends in action steps the reader can take to reach closer to achieving success.

Unlike most of today’s pundit writers and endless bloggers with no agenda other than to hear themselves ramble, Charlie outlines a clear path to success for entrepreneurs. I also enjoy his succinct presentation that I can read without wasting time.”

Jeff Dobkin
Direct Response Copywriter, PA

The Central Thing You Need To Achieve Your Goals

May 11th, 2010 . by Anup





This article has been taken from mindcontrol101.blogspot.com. To view the original Article Click here.


All of the great achievers throughout history have one thing in common.They have all been dreamers or desirers. If anyone is to achieve their goals in life then the first thing they need to do is establish what their desires are. That’s what makes people who are highly successful different from the rest – they know exactly what they want in life.

Simply wishing for success is insufficient. If anyone is to make any steps towards their definite objectives then they need to have a determined attitude, bordering on obsession, to fulfil that desire. It does not matter what your desire is. It may be a desire to excel in business, it could be a desire to learn a new skill, or it could involve a desire to change aspects of your personal life.

Whatever desire a person has, it will only be fulfilled if some of the following actions are taken. Firstly a person must realise what it is they need to make them content with their lives and give themselves step by step aims. Then they need to consider how much work they need to put in if they are ever to begin achieving those aims. Next they should set a deadline for reaching their final goal and then create a plan with a timeline highlighting how and when they will go about their tasks. This knowledge must be updated and read out regularly to keep a person on track to satisfying their desire.

All who achieve great things adopt a similar philosophy when setting themselves goals. The best writers, artists, sportsmen, inventors, musicians and scientists, along with many other pioneers of modern professions, all follow the process of putting their thoughts into action successfully when backed by a burning desire. Everyone, no matter what their chosen path in life may be, will start in the same situation with nothing but their thoughts and desires to spur them on.

Many people lack self confidence and are unwilling to set their aims higher through fear of failing. This sometimes develops due to people close to them discouraging them because they feel they are unrealistic with their goals and life choices. It may be that friends and family do not approve and so use ridicule to prevent their loved one from making what they feel is a mistake.

However, these people need to realise that we live in a world that continually throws us new and unique opportunities. The world only became modernised with the efforts of the creative and productive generations before us. Without the burning desire that these people had we might never have discovered the power to travel abroad by plane, communicate with the other side of the world by phone, order something from overseas by the net. With the development of technology and the industrialisation of the world, we now have more job opportunity and diversity than we have ever had.

The time for everyone to realise their dreams is now. We must continue to follow the same methods of pioneers before us by taking the courage to act upon our thoughts with conviction and fulfil our burning desires. It is important that all negative influences are avoided. There is no excuse for
procrastination, and laziness. It is easy for people to say they want to achieve but in reality they will only start to realise their goals once they take those first steps in which they make a plan outlining the route to success.Everyone has to start somewhere and not everything will go to plan. What is fundamental to success is that a person is not discouraged by initial failure. Most people who have claimed to have ‘made it’ in life will also be the first to admit that they had failures along the way. With every failure comes the chance to learn something new for another opportunity.

All achievements no matter how significant they are to others begin with a burning desire to get the result intended. In the human mind there is a power that is hard to explain. It is the ability to focus positive thoughts on achieving the thing that is wanted most. Success is sometimes a thing that at first seems impossible. When a burning desire in a person is so strong the word impossible loses significance.

As Always People

Stay Strong!

Email Marketing 2.0

April 19th, 2010 . by Anup



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like to see your marketing efforts rewarded with increased sales ?

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Paid Vs. Free – What You Need To Understand About Them

April 15th, 2010 . by Anup




Why Bother Paying For Anything ?


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Here’s something that you’re absolutely going to love.  Simply superb information you can use now.

For once information overload isn’t all that you get for FREE.

http://www.cambridgebusinessacademy.com/

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So here’s one of those things you end up asking.  Why even bother paying for something ? Money doesn’t grow on trees and most of you wouldn’t mind paying for something truly valuable. But that isn’t something thats very obvious right off . People do lie and some of them are quite good. Rubbish marketing claims seem to be the order of the day sometimes. So why paid communities. Why paid membership sites ? . And why ask people to pay if all they want to is help. Read on for a good answer.

Over the years, I have had the chance to be part of  paid communities and free communities open to the public. I have found “free” communities are good but filled with many “haters” and hackers and people uploading bad scripts to hurt members. Also, there is a “free only, scarcity” mentality in many cases with some bad apples rather than an “entrepreneurship, abundant” mentality. These places are filled with not only mad information from people that have never and will never have success, they pose opinions as fact without testing real world practices. This misinformation and disinformation is often bad advice given by “know it all haters”.  They are annoying and you don’t want them dragging you down. There is no need to put up with this kind of negativity. There’s only so much you can put up with.

Haters never pay. Of course there always is the fact that you want your business paying for the resources it consumes. But that’s another story. Criticism is okay but hating only drags everyone down. There’s no point to it and its a nuisance.

This is why getting into a Paid Community is worth it.

 

Seven New Steps To Getting What You Want In 2010

February 12th, 2010 . by Anup




That Would Be Nice

Wouldn’t It?

Dr. Kevin Hogan is conducting a bit of an experiment

Read on to learn more about it


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Watch Out for My Next Blog Post

where I’ll reveal a simple way to

make $100 a Day


So its February 2010 . How are the resolutions doing ? Thought You’d like to know about Dr. Kevin Hogan’s article. I’ll tell you a little bit and then give you the link to the original post. I recommend reading that article in full.  Its something I myself am following in my life. Its a great article. I hope you take it to heart and follow it. Cheers.

…problem is that you see bad behavior rewarded over and over again, and you want to do what the bad behavior guys do.

Above and below are quotes from the article.

If you thought passing this “Health Care Bill” was a grand stroke, you can now re-evaluate that thought…because that kind of thinking to be forced upon a nation will continue to shred the ethical fabric of many of those living in the nation.It’s not a political issue. It’s a psychological issue.

A) Never reward behavior you want eliminated.
B) Don’t make resolutions and have someone else be responsible for it.
C) If you want something, YOU pay for it.

People are rewarded for their bad behavior. It may not be much of a reward but it is a reward none the less. Results require effort. It really isn’t what we are wired to do. Effort is uncomfortable, intense and well involves work sometimes.

Decide which of your statements are more important. Achieving the resolutions or the short term joy you get in dodging. Everyone has dodged or given up . Me too. Its not about feeling guilty of your past. Its not about letting your previous mistakes get you down. Its about learning from them and achieving what you desire. Not to be harsh but you are getting anywhere by quiting. what you get in return more than worth the effort.

You need to make concrete statements . Abstraction will get you absolutely nothing.

Think about it . Which of the two sounds more motivating ?

a) I want to lose weight…20 pounds.

b) I want to look in the mirror and, instead of seeing this grotesque body, I want to see a less grotesque body bordering on tolerable and be proud of myself for what I accomplished…it’s going to be so worth it because I will no longer be invisible in society. I will be able to show anyone that I am in charge of my body and my brain.

Check Out the article here. Its worth your time.

Once again the link is http://www.kevinhogan.com/seven-steps-to-success.htm

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