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Comment on Common Blogging Mistakes and How To Stop Them by Ryan Biddulph

Fri, 27 Apr 2018 02:33:59 +0000

Keep it simple guys! Listen to Rizzie; if you write simply, tackling simple tactics, sharing simple solutions, you succeed over the long haul. Some bloggers try to impress folks with fancy graphics, complex strategies and totally miss the mark. Folks tune out complex because folks needing your content are beginner or struggling bloggers, if you are in the blogging tips niche. Ditto for many niches. Simple wins. My posts, videos and eBooks, in addition to courses, are as simple as hell LOL. Gotta be. Reviewers say so; simple, practical, powerful. Thanks for the tips brudda. Ryan

Comment on Sony ICD-SX2000 Digital Audio Recorder Unboxing and Review by Ryan Biddulph

Fri, 27 Apr 2018 02:27:12 +0000

Sweet tech as always JC. Good to know for my 1080 HD videos from paradise ;) Sometimes places like here on the South Island of New Zealand yield jaw-dropping visuals, yet with windy as heck conditions, audio suffers. Happened a bit on the North Island too. I will keep this sucker in mind for videos and even podcasts too....of course. Thanks for sharing! Ryan

Comment on Win A Networking Plus Pass To Affiliate Summit East 2018 by Ann Kesselman

Fri, 27 Apr 2018 02:21:52 +0000

John, I would like to attend the Affiliate Summit East 2018 along with you. It is my intent to network, connect with sponsors and exhibitors, and find good fit affiliate programs to expand my multiple income sources. I am hoping that we will have an opportunity as your guests to be able to get your advise as to the best way to navigate the event and maximize our time while there. I hope you select me as one of your guests. Ann Kesselman (MOBE diamond affiliate, directly sponsored by you)

Comment on Is It Smart to Be Stubborn? by AR Simon

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 14:40:58 +0000

Wishing you the best Cheryl,

Comment on Is It Smart to Be Stubborn? by AR Simon

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 14:37:40 +0000

Loved this article, was spot on. Quick story: I moved to Medellin, Colombia from NYC, I left a stable career on wall street for freedom in another country. After good years I had bad years and was constantly reminded to come home, to return to the good life I used to have although the old life I used to have was filled with long hours, alcohol and a high level of anxiety and health problems. I love this article because I stayed here I worked hard and I threw enough shit at the wall until something stuck. And today i'm living the life, I take at least 11 weeks of vacation per year with my family, my business is profitable and my home life is happy and healthy. Being stubborn in business pays off. One last thing to add, feeling guilty about doing what you want or getting your way is normal but it's a feeling you need to get used to when in business. Saying no to people and doing things your way makes you feel like a dick at times. But stick to your guns if you believe in what you believe in.

Comment on Is It Smart to Be Stubborn? by Xian

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 13:41:08 +0000

Hey John, Stubborness when it comes to blogging business is all about like ahh...BULLDOG might probably have some this kind of willingness or for being a tenacious characteristic..but maybe all bloggers came out to point that they were running out of ideas to write about that's why they stop.This kind of business should not be a copy cat writter i think someone has to create their own ideas not to recycle other's idea..

Comment on Is It Smart to Be Stubborn? by Cheryl

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 13:23:56 +0000

I am a family care person of mother (97), and the only family driver. I transport school children each school day to and from two schools and drive one to work out of townfrom Yesterday and today have me driving on errands for family member 9-5 so I am up at 5-9 AM studying and working on integrations then this evening 6-11pm getting in 5 more hours. I have saved half my payment for titanium in a year on an annual retirement social security income under 1400, which buys 2 childreb’s School lunches, buys a tank of gas each week for getting mother to and from appointments. Most reading fits in while waiting at orthodontist or at other appointments for family, from a Kindle reader. Where there is a will to succeed, the entrepreneur may be slowed but is in the solution. My kindle is loaded with books and goes through my day in my purse or my hands. I am a new to traffic training for Gold, also carry a dedicated private WiFi to login in securely from coffee shops, waiting rooms, and iPad for checking John Chow blogs :-)

Comment on Is It Smart to Be Stubborn? by Stella Maris Spilinga

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 13:08:21 +0000

Hi John, Nice post. It really makes me think more deeply about your content. I think that sometimes we need to be more flexible. Instead of stubborn I should say that in any business you need to be commited and do whatever it takes to make things happen. I'm not the kind of person who like to jump from one opportunity to another, because in this way you'll never succeed in any of them. You need to know that to be successful requires time, work, but most people are not prepared to do so, that's why almost 90% of them fail. But at the same time you need to be awared enough when you are not moving forward in any business after a certain period of time, when you feel that you have already put all you need to put to succeed, and you start to think that perhaps it's the proper time to change the direction. It happened to me some years ago, and let me tell you that it was not an easy task. And by then I had already purchased all the core products and invested some money. Therefore I think that sometimes to be stubborn, as you says, is not a smart attitude at all. Awesome post!

Comment on Is It Smart to Be Stubborn? by Devaughn Burke

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 13:02:45 +0000

Being stubborn as gotten me far in life but also has hindered me a bit in some ways. I have to work on being quicker to action and being more like water then like a brick. But I get what your saying. Once again great article.

Comment on Win A Networking Plus Pass To Affiliate Summit East 2018 by john

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 11:55:17 +0000

I am interested in joining MOBE, starting my own blog, and attending the affiliate summit in New York City, by the way thats where I’m from oringinaly, to meet to awesome John chow.