Hey Guy’s and Gal’s,
Wanted to get you out a quick heads up that could be worth a big pile of cash for you in just a few weeks from now.
I just found out about the June 15th product launch of Epic Traffic Systems, by Keith Baxter, Jon Shugart, and Joey Smith, and wanted you to see the insane stuff that these guys are doing for their JV partners.
The buzz about this launch is already everywhere, and from what I’m hearing, most think it will go down as the biggest product launch in internet marketing history.
And based on what I just saw on the JV Invite Page, I don’t doubt it!
The product itself is going to be epic, but so are the commissions and affiliate prizes!
They are paying out $1,000 on every sale.
They are also paying out $200 for every Tier 2 sale…just for referring other affiliates!
This is why you need to check this out asap, and jump on board.
One simple email to any prospective affiliate that you know could result in some serious bank for you come launch day.
It’s still early and there’s a massive opportunity to position a ton of tier 2 affiliates underneath you. Just one “big fish” could mean EPIC commissions for you!
Then there’s the prizes at stake…no one has ever done anything like this.
In addition to individual prizes that include everything from electronics to motorcycles, to cars….
They are renting a private island…Sir Richard Branson’s Necker Island, for an all expense paid, 5nt, tropical networking party for the Top 10 affiliates!! Now that really is EPIC!
Every big player on the planet is jumping on this one …and already out recruiting Tier 2 affiliates.
Get all the details on the product, the participants, payouts and prizes….and position yourself fast for the Tier 2 by getting other affiliates that you know on board…
…by signing up at the JV Invite page here:
This is truly going to be an epic event!
You can thank me later!
May the Lord bless your day
PS: Here’s the link again to join the affiliate program:
Who are you?
With deference to Oprah Winfrey and Dr. Oz, have you asked yourself recently, who am I?
An interesting question, especially when I look at things from a brand perspective.
Why brand you ask?
Because whether you like it or not, you are your own brand and it probably needs some cleaning up!
Your brand is not just your outside look (logo) or your favorite lines (persuasive slogan or tag line). It’s the tangible and intangible assets that others attach to you. Your brand is their observation of you and the sum of all your knowledge.
As a brand you need to ask yourself some hard questions, “Am I valuable to my customers? “, “Can I measure my value? “, “Do I have brand loyalty?” “How do I compete with other brands?”
To truly stand out as a brand, what do you need to have? Continue reading
Are you being Googled?
Hi Guy’s & Gal’s
Are people searching for you on Google? If you are building a personal brand then you should hope that they are.
Being googled is the new millennium version of the reference check. It provides your colleagues, employees, managers, clients, hiring managers and executive recruiters and future customers with critical information about you. Consider: (Good and Bad)
Some recent statistics show that:
- A Harris Interactive poll revealed that 40% of respondents google people to learn about them.
- According to Business Week, 87% of headhunters use Google and social networks to make decisions about candidates and 35% of recruiters have eliminated candidates based on what Google revealed
- Accenture included the total number of relevant Google results as one of three measures they used to develop their list of the Top 50 Business Gurus.
Clearly, people are making decisions about you based on what they find online.
Your Google results may be the determining factor in whether an executive recruiter calls you in for an interview, your manager decides to promote you or a prospective client chooses to work with you. It’s no longer a luxury, it’s a requirement for you to build and continuously manage your on-line identity.
A good thing to remember while you are posting to social networks, your own website or blog, Twitter, Facebook and even MySpace, is that everything you say and do in print will last a lifetime online. Be wise.
Have a wonderful day.
Let me know your thoughts, it helps me provide the content that you are looking for and how I may best serve your needs. Join in on the conversation.
This past weekend was quite different for me – rather than inundate myself in more work, business to-do’s and other entrepreneurial brainstorms, I took some time for myself. I quickly came to the conclusion that hanging out by oneself isn’t as overrated as I thought.
Quite nice, actually.
For the better part of 3 years now, I’ve self-admittedly been a workaholic. Which isn’t all that bad, considering I love what I do, can do it from home and it doesn’t take me away from my family as much as it does other workaholics. With me, it’s more about the mental workaholicism – even when I’m not in front of the computer, I’m still working.
I think this weekend was a case of reaching maximum capacity, and deliberately taking a break. I’ve forgotten how much I actually like to do “normal people” stuff on the weekends, rather than saturate my already-saturated mind with work.
Saturday morning I help out a Community Service program to help clean up the streets in my home town, and one of the team members was talking to another helper and I overheard her say, “come on let’s work as a team” you’re not the only one here. For me this weekend was all about there being “no Team in I”. I learned that it’s ok to take time off for myself, because I actually feel more refreshed than I have in quite a while.
Funny how things turn out…
One thing about being a business owner, there is never a lack of work to do. As I type this I can think of all of the things I still want to do along with all of the things I still need to get done. What I have learned however, is that I can only do any one thing very well at a time. So I will start there.
We entrepreneurs can stay in our heads for a long time. Sometimes we want excellence. Sometimes we want the time to be precise. And sometimes we are just afraid that it won’t be right. Problem is, until we get out of our heads, we’ll never know the answer to anything and it will always be in our heads.
The question is how do you get out of your head?
Here I’ll list 5 tips that can get you from thinking to doing in a matter of minutes:
1) Write down a plan with a time-line – sometimes seeing what you need to get done on paper will eliminate the sticky points because you can see it right in front of you.
2) Give yourself a time limit and tell others. If you really want take responsibility for something, tell somebody that you are going to do something by a certain date. They’ll hold you to it.
3) Let go of “perfect”. It doesn’t exist, so just let it go. Do your best and trust you can always improve.
4) Ask for support. Find someone you trust to push you. A personal coach can do wonders for your business and your brain.
5) Just do one thing. Just get moving. Take a leap of faith. Doing something beats doing nothing any day.
Being in your head is a lonely and sometimes scary place. You can be far stronger putting yourself out there. It may not always be perfect, but it will always be right.
Question for you: What can you get out of your head that will make a difference in your business?