” The Holiday Season is a perfect time to reflect on our blessings and seek out ways to make life better for those around us.” Terri Marshall We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give. Winston Churchill I awoke this morning with devout Thanksgiving for my friends, […]
Everything and all experiences have their starting point in imagination. The computer you are staring at was at one point an image in someone’s mind. The building you are sitting in was first created in someone’s imagination. The contract you just wrote for your client began in your imagination. The fight you had with your boss or partner, you […]
In this visual essay, photographer Todd Korol captures the spirit and bustle of Deane House, a restaurant in Calgary, Alberta, that features local ingredients.
Recently, every second email I receive seems to contain an invitation to a webinar for one thing or another. Most of these invitations I ignore but there are some that seem to be interesting enough for me to bother clicking the link and at least finding out what time of the day they will be broadcast – I’m in Australia so US timezones mean many webinars happen very early in the morning my time.
The majority of those webinars I actually attend, unfortunately seem to end up dragging on and on, and give little worthwhile content, ending up with an almighty sales pitch.
Sorry guys, my time is worth more than that. If you can’t relay your information in a more efficient way then I won’t be attending webinars at all and you won’t see me buying any of your products.
Affiliate marketing is a beautiful lie that promises millions in passive income but in reality rarely goes beyond penny-commissions.
And even when the rewards and commissions are higher, it’s not possible for broke bedroom marketers like you to compete with the big players and claim your tiny market share and build a sustainable passive income from your niche website.
If you think like that, you’re not alone.
There are millions of struggling niche marketers who feel exactly the same.
But you’re still wrong.
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