Recently, my family and I spent a few days in St. Joseph, Michigan on the beach. While we were there we went to a place called The Chocolate Cafe. They had the BEST New York style cheesecake I’ve ever had and they ALSO prompted me to review and change a few things in my business. Watch this video to learn what it was.
If you want to be successful with your online business, you need to forget everything you learned in school. Traditional schooling falls into one of two camps that I talk about today…and both are wrong. In today’s episode, you’ll learn why you need to forget the well-intentioned, but wrong lessons you learned from school.
Welcome to Episode 100!!! We did it! First off, thank YOU for being awesome. Today, in honor of the 100th episode, I want to share some thoughts about the irrational fears we have as online entrepreneurs…and how to overcome them.
I received a fun question recently from Xander Johnson, who asked what I would change if I had to start my online business from scratch. I had a list of more than a dozen things, but I narrowed it down to the three that I think will help you most.
If you suffer from “analysis paralysis” and aren’t seeing the results from your online business that you’d hoped for, this episode is for you.
I’ve been asked a lot about how to manage insecurity when starting and growing an online business. It can be so easy to look at others who are running massive businesses and think, “that will never be me.” Today, I’ll show you how to deal with this insecurity and focus on your own game.
If you struggle with comparing yourself to others, this video is for you.
A few months ago, I nearly doubled the number of people who open my emails. Doing so required no new skills, almost no extra time, and was incredibly easy to implement. How’d I do it? Keep reading to find out.
Email marketing is an affiliate’s number one tool. There is no doubting or disputing that.
Do you remember 2001? When Tweeting was something only birds did and most businesses didn’t even had a web site. Is it possible that what was true about online business then is still true today?
Recently, I looked through one of my wife’s old business books from college. In the section about entrepreneurship, it had a half page about online business. A half page out of 400+ pages. That was the extent of their lesson on the internet.
For much of my adult life, I’ve worked from home. If you are like me, you know the ups and downs of working from home. It has some of the greatest benefits, but also some of the most difficult challenges. Now, we have an anthem thanks to Tripp and Tyler (featuring Rayvon Owen).
I personally love working from home. I get to see my family throughout the day, even if it’s just for a few minutes at a time. I get to take “personal” time anytime I want. That means soccer in the middle of the day with our daughter, never missing a game, and getting to be there for almost all of their important events.
For most of us, once we get a taste of what a having a little impact does for us and others, we want more. It feels good. It’s addictive. It’s motivating and inspiring. So, how do we amplify our impact?
I’ll cut right to the chase and share a FREE resource that will help you to do just that.
It’s called the Amplify Summit.
It started this past Monday but there is plenty of time to register for it.
Jonathan Milligan has assembled 27 of the most successful writers, speakers, and coaches and ask them to reveal how they have built multiple streams of income in their business.