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Comment on Dot Com Lifestyle Vlog – My $13,529.03 Dot Com Day by ishant

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 03:11:31 +0000

you really motivate me john. thanks a lot



Comment on Nothing Is Going to Change by Ryan Biddulph

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 02:23:37 +0000

Hi Michael, Change is the one constant, and if you follow your intuition, you will find yourself changing frequently. From my experience, if you want to live a very different life than the 9-5 or flat out employee life, you will need to slowly but steadily make big changes in your life. You change your habits. You change your life. 20 years ago I'd have been out tonight, on a Saturday night. I did zero personal development. I did little outside of going to my job, going to the gym, and watching TV, save those weekend nights out. Life seemed to be whatever was handed to me. Not a fun life. But everybody around me lived a similar life. I figured that this is what you did; get a job, pay bills, put food on the table, put a roof over your head. Live in Survival Mode, basically. Tonight I am reading this blog post and publishing a beefy comment. To share my thoughts. To bond with readers. To help people. This would have been a huge change for me, 20 years ago. I did not know what a blog was. Nor did I know anything about online businesses. Nor did I travel. But nearly 2 decades later, after working a few different jobs, than making the ultimate change in my life, deciding to become a pro blogger, I slowly but steadily changed my habits, until my life changed dramatically from my former life. As you said, ya gotta face life head on and decide to make changes, for change to happen. Nobody will do it for you. Nobody will hold you to making changes. The tuition you must pay to be free, whether it is living the dot com lifestyle, or the dot com digital nomad lifestyle like me and my wife live, is that you gotta choose freedom over being bound, every time, and you have to make the freeing and uncomfortable choices to change your habits, to see lasting change. This takes time folks, so be patient with yourself. But goodness, is being free well worth the choice to steadily change your habits, to live your dreams. Signing off from NYC. Ryan



Comment on Goal Setting Mistakes You Have To Be Careful About by Ryan Biddulph

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 02:07:37 +0000

Hi Rizvan, Great advice buddy. Love the note about getting started. I wrote 10,000 words a day during a 3 month stretch. Even though I love writing, this was a Herculean task at times. But something funny happened when I made the freeing but uncomfortable choice to write, and to write regularly; I became a prolific writer. If you just write no matter what, and keep writing, the word flow so smoothly and easily eventually that folks will marvel at your prolific nature. To you though, it's no big deal because it is a habit. This morning I woke up, wrote my blog post for Monday, wrote a travel themed page on my blog, filmed a Facebook Live Broadcast and then turned that into a Huffington Post guest post, I wrote a post for Medium, and also wrote a guest post that I will proof read in a few minutes, to send out to a buddy. I also read a handful of travel blogging posts and commented on these posts. This seems like a good deal of work to some bloggers but for me, it is simply routine. Habitual stuff. All because I am all in on helping folks and more importantly, on diving into my fears, to leave my comfort zone and to expand my presence online. The gift is aligning with more folks who dig my help, which is fun for me and for the folks I connect with. Gotta be all in though, meaning, doing more stuff from an energy of love and fun, and less things from an energy of fear, lack and limitation. This is not a comfortable journey at times but when you set goals and intend to keep taking the straight and narrow toward the goals, the straightest path can get bumpy at times. Kinda like a plane on a tight schedule that flies directly into turbulence. The pilot will not make a reckless decision to save time but in the same regard, some uncomfortable big dips and side to side bumpiness is well worth saving 30 minutes of time. Ryan



Comment on Nothing Is Going to Change by DNN

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 01:22:23 +0000

Many people in America today are still curious as to how affiliate marketing and affiliate programs work. This is why you need to stay tuned to this category often. Do not get confused with affiliate marketing versus multilevel marketing. This is two different styles of marketing. Affiliate marketing is when you join a merchants online program and place advertisements on your blog or website. When a site visitor comes to your site, clicks on a banner advertisement and makes a purchase, or, clicks a contextual advertisement on your site, you earn a commission. Whatever the commission structure is at the time with that specific merchant, that's what you earn. Multilevel marketing is very different from affiliate marketing. It's associated with building a downline and possibly calling people to encouraged him to sign up for a program. There is a 90% possibility that people who sign up for a multilevel marketing program have to fork out a fee upfront. Most people are quite skeptical about knowing that. With affiliate marketing, affiliates join a merchant's online program absolutely free of charge. With building a downline in multilevel marketing, some people in the downline get lazy and don't do the work. This is where it can affect the earnings of the leader who is managing his or her downline. Affiliate marketing is completely different from this.



Comment on Automate Your Blogging with Blog Hatter? by Jay

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 00:31:24 +0000

Looks like more cheap black hat software Do you use this John ?



Comment on Every Super Successful Person Knows This Is True by fawad babar

Sat, 16 Dec 2017 19:46:26 +0000

Thats really true John. Thanks for the video.



Comment on A Step-by-Step Guide to My Blog Writing Process by Bharat ratna

Sat, 16 Dec 2017 10:39:20 +0000

Great ideas. I usually write whats on my mind and then worry about SEO later. I will use your advice on my blog to see how it works and if I get more traffic.



Comment on Want More Traffic and Leads? Follow These WordPress Tips – Part 6 by Raj Paul

Sat, 16 Dec 2017 07:49:16 +0000

Hello Rizvan, Great tips for start-up Wordpress bloggers, who want to get more traffic and generate new leads for their online business. Choosing the right ESP (Email Service Provider) on your Wordpress blog can be the best marketing strategy to capture new leads and subscribers!



Comment on Nothing Is Going to Change by Hammad Mohsin

Sat, 16 Dec 2017 05:53:31 +0000

If you don,t have mint in your business you must be changed. You get used to the thing being a certain way.



Comment on Every Super Successful Person Knows This Is True by Paul

Sat, 16 Dec 2017 05:18:13 +0000

All i can say is Wow! What an inspiring message to push us up to the top. This is a spiritual food for our soul for success!