On January 10, 2018, I launched a new e-course called “30 Days to Divine Power“. This was new for me in that I created it as a paid product, but allowed folks to decide for themselves what they wanted to pay for it AFTER they had already gone through it. I set it up this way for 2 reasons. First, because I’ve done a lot of “pay what you want” live events here in the
Recent posts have focused on starting a business doing something you enjoy. But what if you want more wealth, but don’t want to start a business? Fair question, especially since many folks are completely happy working a regular job, and not everyone wants to venture out into the unknown in pursuit of greater wealth. But I do have to make one point. Even if you’re an employee working for someone else, you’re still in business.
After 15 years of online business, I can confirm that your most valuable asset will be your mailing list. Without a mailing list, it takes much more effort to sell your products and services, and with a good list, you can make money promoting products and services whether you or someone else provides them. What has really surprised me were the many times I thought I had burned out my list from too many promotions
One of the most basic pieces of business advice is, “find a need and fill it.” This means that if you want to create wealth through your own business, the first step is to find out what people need. Now, this may seem to contradict what I said earlier about pursuing your own interests and doing what you enjoy. But it doesn’t. There’s a balance point, where some aspect of what you enjoy matches up
The vast majority of our group have indicated they would like to manifest more wealth. So let’s talk about this specifically. Obviously, the first step is to use the manifestation process I’ve been sharing with you to direct Divine Power to bring wealth in whatever amounts you feel is appropriate. Relax as deeply as you can to make a strong connection with the Divine. Imagine how your life would be with your desired level of
On January 10th, I celebrated 15 years of having an online business. I also announced to my mailing list that I was creating a new email series designed to help folks access the Divine Power that lies within all of us and use it to manifest whatever you may want in life. This e-course is being offered as a “pay what you feel it’s worth” product, with payment made AFTER you go through the e-course
Over the years, I’ve written a mountain of material, between blog posts, emails, books, and courses. And then there are the scripts I used to create my audio programs. This past month, as I’ve been preparing to update this website, I’ve thought a lot about how much of that earlier material to include, and how much to leave in the past. I’ve also considered how I want to build this website, and whether to use
After having worked on a friend’s WordPress site for a few months, I’m finally comfortable using it for one of my own websites. With the proper security and cache plugins, WordPress can be just as fast and secure as a static HTML website. Lots of content to post, and a variety of customizations to make. Are you as excited as I am about the prospects this holds for all of us?
One of the secrets of the ultra-successful is that they see themselves on an epic quest to overcome adversity and win against all odds. When they run into an obstacle, they know that if they give up, their story ends right there. But if they take a firm stand, and resolve to do whatever it takes to overcome the challenge, not only will they eventually win, but they become stronger in the process. No one
When do you call a project done? When is “good enough” actually good enough? Some of the online marketing experts I’ve studied have suggested that the presentation of an information product isn’t nearly as important as the content. They say that no one will return the product because it has too many spelling or grammar mistakes, and you shouldn’t put too much time into polishing the presentation. I know I’ve certainly put out my share