Always Be Creating

Just like I said on my previous post: Being Consistent And Never Looking Down On Yourself I have decided to start publishing new content more regularly on Tuesdays.

The main reason is so you know when to visit the blog although I may also post stuff in between Tuesdays.

It was incredibly difficult for me to get this article published early so that’s why I’m publishing late at night (it’s still Tuesday though).

Anyway enough of explanations, what do I actually mean by always be creating?

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Being Consistent And Never Looking Down On Yourself

A few days ago I talked with a friend of mine Joey Kissimmee from

We talked for at least an hour on Skype and I got a ton of tips and advice about things I was doing wrong with my own website.

I thought I was doing kind of good but as soon as we started talking I realized there were other aspects of my marketing efforts that needed attention as well.

If you are reading this, a big massive thank you Joey, you helped me a TON man!

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Importance Of Having Your Own Domain Name

Hey what’s up?

I shouldn’t even be posting updates right now (I’m in the middle of writing sales copy) but man, I’m so happy I just had to do it.

But I will make this update very short too, I promise.

It’s basically aimed at people that do not own their own domain name.

First of all, I don’t care what your excuse for not having your domain is, you need to have your own domain name as in right now.

In case you were wondering, I own and actually many more domain names with my name on it so yes, I actually follow my own advice.

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High On Coffee And Heatmaps, What’s The Connection?

Hey my friend,

This is a very video-ish update because it has not one but two videos!

On the first video I’m trying to show you a really cool video service that is FREE to use and that if used wisely, can give you a lot of clout with your audience.

On the second video, I am showing you a FREE time-limited offer for creating your first heatmap.

But before we dive any further, let me tell you how I nearly killed myself yesterday.

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It’s Not You, It’s Me

If you have a blog (of any kind) you need to read this.

And I’m really serious about it.

When I say it’s not you, it’s me what I really mean is, it’s not about YOU, it’s about ME (your reader).

There’s a big chance you still don’t understand me so let me elaborate…

Engaging your audience, having repeated visitors, making them stay for longer periods of time on your site, subscribe to your site, etc.

All of these tasks are only achieved when somebody genuinely wants to be on your site.

Not because you are using some shady strategy to make them stay longer.

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How To Avoid Being Overwhelmed With Your To-Do Lists

Hey what’s up my friend?

On my latest post I was talking about How To Get It Done in the sense of making things happen.

You know what I’m talking about right…?

Avoiding procrastination!

The first quarter of the year is already long gone but I did manage to do a few interesting things anyway though:

  • I was interviewed by the Aweber team (I wrote about it here).
  • And a few days ago I was interviewed by the team as well (they even featured me on their site).

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How To Get It Done

This article is all about getting *it* done.

But what is “it”?

Well, whatever needs to get done in order to make actual progress.

Here is the deal… we all have to-do lists.

And we all have fears to overcome.

If you are reading this and you have a specific task (or set of tasks) that need to get done and you keep dragging them day after day, then you clearly have a procrastination problem.

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What Would You Do Today If You Weren’t Afraid?

Okay guys, we’re going to do something a little bit different today.

First of all, I need your feedback here…

I just realized that whenever you are scared of doing something, if you do something scarier then you almost automatically are no longer scared of the first thing.

This won’t work if you are trying to overcome fears in different areas of course and here’s an example:

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