Say it with me: Ideas are AWESOME! Sometimes I think my real business is to talk about ideas. In fact, I love to talk about ideas. But ideas on their own are pretty much useless. Ideas that are implemented, however, can be extremely lucrative! How To Turn Your Ideas Into [...]
Internet Marketing Chesapeake is an exciting and fresh company focusing on implementing cutting edge new media marketing solutions for the small business owner. They understand that prospective customers aren't turning to a phone book, newspaper or even the Yellow Pages to find your business. They're more than likely turning to [...]
Recently, I told you about a great new product that I stumbled across from Russell Brunson called the Affiliate Evolution. If you haven't yet picked up this fantastic resource, you should - it's only $10 bucks! I don't know how much longer it will be priced at that price point [...]
I've been adding books to my library recently. I added a few based on some recommendations by Eben Pagan a few weeks ago. And today I stumbled upon (well actually Twittered upon!) a list of books recommended by Joel Comm. Here's his list of recommended reading: Getting Things Done, David [...]
Mark Joyner's "Mind Control Marketing" is finally back and the rumors about the missing chapter were apparently true! http://tinyurl.com/2r2owo WARNING: Don't watch the above two minute video if you are overly-sensitive or if you have a cardio-vascular condition. Like this article? Subscribe to my RSS feed Have a question or [...]
I'll cut to the chase: Continuing education is the key to your success as an internet marketer. Whether you attend a live event or seminar or study from the comfort of your home, you're looking for results. One of the best events to attend is Armand Morin's Big Seminar. It's [...]
Discover the freedom of reading emails periodically throughout the day with Tim Ferris' The 4-Hour Workweek and Send: The Essential Guide to Email for Office and Home.
Having put in my time as a teenager behind the counter at McDonald's, it is interesting to see how much is written about the McDonald's model now that I'm all growed up.
The Experience Economy: Work Is Theater & Every Business a Stage