Monthly Archive for July, 2009

Progress Is Relative

Every once in a while I get an e-mail from a client that is so powerful that I have to share it with you. This one’s anonymous for obvious reasons. It puts things in perspective because UNLESS YOU take note of your own progress, you might not realise HOW MUCH YOU ARE ACTUALLY DOING…

This e-mail response is only slightly edited: Continue reading ‘Progress Is Relative’

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4-Day Sale Starts Today

Chances are you’re on my mailing list as a subscriber to this blog. But if you’re not, you don’t want to miss out on this incredible 4-day sale that just launched today. Click on the hyperlink to get your hands on business building tools with the story of why I am letting them go at such a ridiculously low price. Just so you know, this is the only blog post I will publish on this since it’s for a limited time and I know you’ll take advantage of it right away.

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Having Fun On The Radio

You may or may not know that I have been a guest on a local radio show hosted by David Haseldine, called “Money Talks” on Sydney’s 2RRR FM 88.5 on Wednesday mornings. Be that as it may, I took my video camera to the studio on my first day to capture the event for you. It’s a short 4 minute video of the beginning of the broadcast…

Of course while you’re watching it – you can RATE the VIDEO add comments and maybe even post a video response while you’re at it – why not? You’re there anyway…

This is called having fun doing out-of-the-ordinary things that create extra-ordinary results with the least amount of effort at the lowest cost. Yes, I know you know it’s called antimimeticisomorphism

But I also know the 1 Percent Improvement Doctrine of doing the little things that make a big difference… MOST people don’t do them.

Don’t be most people – be one of the few – post a comment on the video and tick off your 1% for today!

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97% Off Your Grocery Bill?…

Even though saving coupons is much more prevalent in the United States than it is in Australia or Canada, this short video shows how someone with concentration of focus can achieve extra-ordinary results like save 97% of the grocery bill. It’s a short video that explains how she does it. I challenge you to watch it and take notes – I am sure there is AT LEAST ONE MONEY-SAVING TIP you can pick up.

Of course, when you do, it really would be nice if you posted a comment here for others to learn from!

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