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What’s More Important than Goals?

There are only about 5 weeks left in 2014. Did you make New Year’s Resolutions back in January? If you did, then, with only about 40 days left in the year, it’s time to ask, “How did you do?” If you’re like most people, you made several resolutions, gave up on most of them by…

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If You Think You Can’t Afford an Assistant…

In my last blog I told you about the four, income-maximizing activities you should spend your “free time” on. And I also told you about the best way to apply 80/20 and get the free time you need to spend on those “power activities”… ==> Click HERE To Access The MTTB System And, here’s Step…

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The Best Use of Your “Free Time”

Last time I warned you about the dangers of applying the 80/20 Principle. I told you how some entrepreneurs simply are not equipped, mentally or emotionally, to handle the free time that outsourcing, eliminating, delegating, and other 80/20 applications make available to them. And I promised to tell you how to maximize your newfound “free…

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Warning: You May Not Be Ready for Benefit from 80/20

You know that the 80/20 Principle is an almost-universal law of business. You know that 20% of the tasks you perform, produce 80% of the benefits you receive. And you know that you should be ruthlessly eliminating as many of those unproductive “80%” as you possibly can. You do know that, don’t you? OK. But…

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Ready, Fire, Aim Part 2

You’re going to fail. How do you feel when you read that sentence? A lot of wanna-be entrepreneurs read that sentence and their heart thumps faster. Their brow starts to glisten with sweat. Their face flushes. They get afraid. And so they never start. Or they over analyze, question, delay, and hesitate until the opportunity…or…

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Ready, Fire, Aim

Legendary direct response copywriter, Gary Halbert, once said, “Writing does get easier. However, starting to write does not.” What he meant was that, as he matured and developed his writing chops, the actual work of writing got easier. That makes sense. But what never got easier was the starting. Overcoming procrastination. Just sitting down at…

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Are you DIY or DFY?

Can you finish this old saying? If you want something done right… We all know that the final words are “do it yourself”. Supposedly, the first one to utter this saying was Charles-Guillaume Etienne, a 19th Century French dramatist. Since then, it’s been regurgitated by gurus, parents, coaches, and anyone preaching self-reliance and rugged self-reliance.…

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Worth Millions…Still Uses a Calculator!

Richard Koch is the author of “The 80/20 Principle” and several other business books that have sold millions of copies worldwide. He’s also an uncannily successful investor, with a net worth of over $250 million. But when it comes to analyzing investment opportunities, Richard doesn’t use sophisticated financial modeling software or poor over numbers churned…

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Two Paths to Success…Which Will You Choose

Have you heard this legend about Pablo Picasso? Apparently, one day a woman recognized the famous artist at a market. She approached him and asked, “Mr. Picasso, I’m a fan of your work, would you please draw me something?” Picasso quickly drew a tiny piece of art on the paper she had handed him. Then…

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Hardwork Is a Lie…Here’s Why

Some simple math for you. Assuming you work 40 hours a week for 50 weeks a year… If you want to make $100,000 per year, you must earn $50 per hour If you want to make $200,000 per year, you must earn $100 per hour If you want to make $1 million per year, you…

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