What's All This Talk About Outsourcing? While most of us feel like we're overwhelmed with too much to do and not enough time to do it, others seem to move through their affiliate marketing business with consummate ease. What's the difference between the two and how can you benefit from this knowledge. In a word, outsourcing. … [Read more...] about Do You Need To Outsource?
This is a topic that's near and dear to my heart because it seems like nearly everybody you ask this question to has a slightly different answer. I realize this is probably because sharp people (like my readers) will take a "system" and adapt it to their particular situation rather than trying to force an "out of the box" solution to work for them. So, here's your … [Read more...] about How Do You Plan Your Day?
I've been following along with the ThirtyDayChallenge pre-season and I wanted to make a short post of something that has already paid me dividends-using Google Reader to read my daily blog feeds and so much more. Oh, and did I mention you can put your FriendFeed on it too? Since Ed Dale is a much better spokesman, I'll let him explain how incredibly powerful this tool is. … [Read more...] about How To Save Yourself At Least One Hour Every Day
A tough loss and a lesson If you're a tennis fan and you watched the Wimbledon men's final last Sunday, you probably already know that it is going to go down in history as one of the greatest matches ever played. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal squared off in a contest that was nothing short of best vs best. Federer was going for a record sixth straight Wimbledon title and … [Read more...] about Six Lessons To Learn From Roger Federer
I found this post by Toby Somerville on the SitePoint.com blog that adds more weight to the argument against multitasking. Multitasking is a mythical construct that assumes everybody can and should do everything in their life or business themselves. All they have to do is make sure they do a little of everything all day, everyday. I am a staunch opponent of this thinking … [Read more...] about Further Evidence Multitasking Is Bad