Tony Robbins’ OPA – Simple and easy to follow goal setting system
Discover the secret behind goal setting. Do you know why you want to achieve your goal and why you are doing what you are doing?
What is the the 15K Club?
As they say the best stays for the last. I am aware this is not for everyone, there is a good chance it is not for you as well but still I want to share it. Hopefully you will make some distinctions, create new associations and who knows maybe it is a good time for you to be part of the 15K Club. Let’s see.
…It clearly shows that blogging is a tool of influence that need to be reckoned with. Imagine you trying to buy a new tablet. What do you do before you buy? Most people Google for reviews to understand the features and get customers opinion. If your blog comes up on the top with a review and you have an affiliate link attached to it, you make money…
When I heard it, I paused the video and wrote it down, that was quite profound. How can it be? Is not conversion more about testing and measuring, A/B testing, Split testing? Yes it is about that, but it all comes down to the ability to communicate in a way that will answer needs, address fears and stimulate desires.
Let’s start with a bold statement. If you do not learn to write catchy titles, there is not much point to create content. Why??? Because the good and catchy title is responsible for grabbing attention and getting people to take action.
I am not kidding, this principle is responsible for my break-through and has helped me to go full time. We both know that every person who makes money is committed, everyone who has achieved a high level of mastery has certain daily discipline that are not optional, not negotiable, they do them daily and constantly think how to improve what they do.
Today I want to share with you the importance of the right mindset while making money blogging. I will introduce to you two very simple but very powerful concepts. It even might sounds like common sense, but as we all know the common sense is not that common. We also know that knowing and not doing is not knowing.