Business strategist Dan Waldschmidt offers 6 suggestions for jumping off the excuse train and forging the path to your goals.

1. Don’t blame others for anything.

2. Stop working on things that just don’t matter.

3. Do not wallow in self-doubt.

4. Ask yourself, “What can I do better next time?” And then do it next time.

5. Proactively take time to do things that fuel your passion.

6. Apologize to yourself and those around you for having a bad attitude. Do this once or twice and you’ll snap out of your funk pretty fast.

Secrets Of Mind Control…Only $10

Posted June 16th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Self Development

The Code Of Influence

What if you could ethically “force” others to think the way you want them to think?

What if you could persuade your friends, your prospects, your boss, your children, or even your significant other to do what you want them to do…without them even realizing it?

What could this do for your success in business, in relationships, and in life?

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Is there such a thing as a “Manifestation Formula”?

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I am talking about the kind of life that most people only ever fantasize and dream about.

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The kind where other people are inspired by you and want to impress YOU…

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How To Accomplish ANY Goal

Posted June 10th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Self Development

You take off. You’re sprinting as fast as you can. You take long strides and push through the pressure of the wind that hits your face.

You stare straight ahead, completely focused on your target, the end of the 400-meter race track.

As an 8-year-old, this is the biggest day of your life so far. You’ve trained so hard for months and finally the moment is here, right now.

The sun blasts on your bare skin; you hear the muffled sound of parents screaming words of encouragement.

Completely focused, you finally make it. You lose track of time, and for a second you don’t even realize you’ve won.

But when it hits you, you’ve never felt such a rush. Every cell of your body feels proud. You feel unbeatable, unstoppable and unbreakable.

If you won this race, you can accomplish anything. There’s nothing that can stand in your way. Nothing that can hold you back. No one that can ever question your capabilities. And no goal too big to attack.

Fast forward to today, right to this very second.

Don’t you wish you could draw on that fearless energy and jaw-dropping power that ensures you can conquer any goal you approach?

Don’t you wish you could access this secret weapon to be almost instantly successful at anything you choose?

Believe it or not, the answer is as simple as it was when you were 8 years old. You just need to let it in…

But there’s something important you need to know.

It doesn’t matter what age you are, where you’re from or if you’ve ever won a sprint race before.

What matters is that you’re ready to embrace all the wonderful things the world is ready to give you because Natalie Ledwell, Personal Development Guru and Law of Attraction Expert, is waiting to show you the blueprint to getting everything you want.

She’s holding a few upcoming free training sessions to show you how to take grip of that belief you felt inside at least once in your life.

She proves that it’s not your fault that up until now you may not have achieved everything you’ve so desperately desired, and she explains that getting what you want is easy when you understand her simple formula.

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I wouldn’t miss it for the world. Will I see you there?

There is one ingredient in life that every person in the world longs for.

It’s an ingredient that can shift your life from good to great, from boring to amazing, from mediocre to fulfilling.

What is that ingredient?

It’s passion.

Passion makes you come alive with enthusiasm and joy. It’s like the feeling you get when you first fall in love…when everything seems brighter and easier.

Unfortunately, most of us have no idea how to find our life passion. Or if we do find it, we’re too fearful or uncertain to actually make it happen in our lives.

Is that you?

Have you found yourself longing for something more?

Do you feel like you are lost and on the wrong path in life?

Do you hate your job or feel blah about your life?

If so, I have some good news to share with you.

My friend and Life Passion Coach, Barrie Davenport, created a formula to lead you through the process of uncovering life passion and creating a plan of action to make it happen.

She teaches it in her online course called The Path To Passion.

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Argh…do you ever feel completely weighed down by the STRESS of it all?

You know, the stress of…

~> Not living the life you know you were meant to live?

~> Feeling that STUCK sensation where it seems as though nothing can pull you out of your rut?

~> Not being as financially free and successful as you want to be, no matter how hard you try?

If you often find yourself wishing you could just figure out how to make THAT change…

The change that would turn your life around and give you the success and financial freedom you so deeply desire…

I want you to know that you’re not alone!

In fact, we’ve all experienced the frustration of NOT living the life we desire…

But what if I were to tell you that changing your situation was actually SUPER simple?

What if all it took was 30 seconds to uncover the exact THING that’s blocking your ability to move forward right now, so that you could then live the successful life you’ve always dreamed of?

Well, I’ve got some great news to share with you today!

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The late, great speaker Dottie Walters once praised me by writing, “Bob Bly is a magnificent idea man.”

But that actually made me uncomfortable…because I do not think of myself as an idea man.

I am something that, in my humble opinion, is much more valuable: an action man.

My writing hero, Isaac Asimov, said he was often besieged by people who had an idea for a science fiction story.

Their offer: “Take my idea, write the story, sell it, and we will split the money.”

Asimov’s reply was always the same.

He told the person, “Tell you what. I will give YOU an idea. You write a story, sell it, and split the money with me.”

His point: coming up with ideas is easy. Implementing them is hard.

In this regard, my pet peeve is marketing consultants who want to look smart to the client, and so they spew out idea after idea without regard to the client’s time and resources available to execute—or whether the idea is merely creative or will actually generate positive ROI.

But when it’s time to actually do the suggestions, they run for the hills. And when you ask them for guidance, they tell you they just concern themselves with the big picture and are not “detail people”.

Recently I hired a marketing consultant and writer, GF, to write an e-book for me.

Right away, he became hyper-excited and started spewing out ideas for the book I hired him to write.

For instance, let’s have a contest…let’s start a Facebook page for the book…let’s make online videos…let’s sell advertising in the book…let’s partner with Amazon.

“Relax, Spanky,” I told him. “Forget about all that hooey. Just write a good book for me. I’ll be happy with that.”

Guess what, Mr. Smart Marketing Consultant?

An idea that you toss out and that just lies there…and that you never help put into practice for the client…is worthless.

When I was a kid, my dad, whom I worshiped, had to lift Heidi, our huge collie, onto the exam table at the vet.

He said, “I have a great idea. Build the table with a hydraulic lift.”

It was a great idea, and now many vet exam tables have a lift.

But dad didn’t make a dime from it, because he never did a thing with the idea.

You see, the money’s in making the thing, not thinking of the thing.

The Law of Attraction also places too much faith in ideas and thoughts.

It says you attract abundance by thinking abundantly.

I prefer the guy—I think it may have been Edison or maybe Stephen King—who said, “Success usually wears overalls and looks like hard work.”

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

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Are You A Good Listener? by Bob Bly

Posted May 13th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Self Development

In the 1980s, when Burroughs announced its plan to merge with fellow computer giant Sperry, they turned to a big NYC ad agency for help naming the new company.

The ad agency turned to me and a bunch of other copywriters…and paid us for name suggestions.

My simple-minded solution, Sperry/Burroughs, was not chosen. Nor was my alternative: Burroughs/Sperry.

The winner, as some of you may know, was Unisys—and I can’t say the freelancer who sold that to the agency and its client earned his fee.

I bring this up because, for reasons unknown, a few years before the merger, Sperry ran a major corporate ad campaign around the theme of “listening”.

Although I think the campaign was a dud, the idea of becoming a good listener is a valuable one.

I will never forget a line in one of their content pieces on listening: “Remember, you have only one mouth but two ears. So you should listen twice as much as you talk.”

It’s relevant, because increasingly people ask for my advice and counsel, and then when I try to give it, constantly talk over me and never listen to a word I say.

For instance, entrepreneur CM called a few weeks ago asking for advice on how to market his business.

He did not want to become a paying client. He just wanted to pick my brain for free.

As is always the case, I said yes, with a line I learned from speaker Patricia Fripp.

“CM, I charge $500 an hour, but I will give you 5 minutes, starting now.”

By the way, if you charge $500 an hour, 5 minutes of your time is a gift worth $41.67—a nice freebie for a stranger you don’t know.

So CM told me his marketing idea. But instead of shutting up and getting the answer, he proceeded to tell me why he was convinced it was brilliant, his life story, and on and on.

Finally, I said in a loud voice what Charlie on “Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia” loves to say to talkers: “Stop talking!”

CM stopped, and I said: “CM, you asked me the question. I know the answer. Can you be quiet and let me tell you the answer?”

Actually, I insisted that he stop talking because (a) my time is valuable and (b) since he was not paying me, he was wasting it. And what would be my incentive to allow a non-client to do so?

The kicker to the story: When I told CM his idea will not work, he began arguing vehemently. I (figuratively) held up my hand and said once again: “Stop. I don’t care what you do. Do what you want. You asked for advice. I gave it. Five minutes up. Goodbye and good luck.”

Some days it does not pay to get out of bed, but despite that, I am here at the PC every day by 6am, in case you have something to ask me.

Whether you are a paying client or not, wouldn’t it make sense to stop talking enough to get my answer?

If you are a paying client, I will gladly debate its merits until you are comfortable with my explanation and can make an informed decision about whether to accept my advice.

If you are a freebie seeker on my 5-minute meter, I will not.

Action step: implement Sperry’s 2:1 rule in your life: Listen at least twice as much as you talk—and you will be well served whether you are a customer, a vendor, or a moocher.

P.S. Also in the 1980s, a trade journal in the chemical industry asked me to write a short article on how to listen better; here is the link.

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

5 tips for getting past tough times

Posted May 7th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Self Development

Speaker Shawn Anderson says that extra-mile people who transition positively through life’s toughest moments practice at least one of these five regrouping strategies:

1. They don’t quit on life. Huge mistakes might have been made, but the world continues. People who have walked successfully over life’s hot-coal moments always keep going.

2. They live day-by-day, focusing on the now. They don’t let thoughts of how they’re going to deal with tomorrow defeat them.

3. They find support. By forging relationships with positive, move-forward type people, survivors trigger positive energy to flow back into their lives.

4. They get involved again. Extra-mile people transcend life’s tragedies by not choosing isolation when life knocks them down.

5. They remain optimistic. They don’t let negative self-talk rule their brains, and they make sure not to surrender to negative, self-defeating emotions.

Master Internet marketer Alex Mandossian recently warned his readers to avoid a common mistake: buying courses sold by ‘gurus’ who don’t practice what they preach.

He’s right. Don’t buy courses from gurus whose reputations are based on work they did years ago but are no longer active in the field.

As Alex points out, by following the guru’s advice, you risk doing the wrong stuff—stuff that might have worked 2 years ago but doesn’t work any longer.

I agree. There are a lot of people teaching disciplines in which they were skilled practitioners once.

But then they were tempted by the Force, went over to the dark side, and decided they could make more money teaching than doing.

Now writing, teaching, and speaking about their topic is all they do today—they stopped being active participants in their markets years ago.

And for the eager hordes who buy their info-products, that’s a problem.

Why? Because these gurus lack a critical element needed to be a great teacher.

Namely, ongoing feedback on what’s working…current experience that active practitioners get every day but mere teachers don’t.

I call gurus who stopped practicing their profession and now just teach it “big hat, empty cattle” gurus.

Sure, many have great war stories.

But when it comes to successfully tackling today’s challenges, they haven’t a clue. And their students often pay the price for teacher’s ignorance.

I feel so strongly about this that my advice is to always look for courses from gurus who are also active practitioners in their field.

For instance, I admire successful professional speaker MA, because he once wrote that meeting planners should never hire speakers who are only speakers and book authors but are no longer working in the field they teach.

MA practiced what he preached: while maintaining a busy calendar speaking on running a business, he also ran two insurance agencies.

For this reason, I have less admiration for Peter Drucker and Tom Peters who together represent two generations of management gurus.

Both made their reputations by writing books. But neither was a CEO or held any other high-level management position with the large corporations they now feel they are qualified to advise.

The flavor of management guru I prefer is Jack Welch.

Yes, he wrote a couple of best-selling business books.

But unlike Drucker and Peters, Welch was CEO of GE and is widely recognized for having been one of the more effective managers in corporate America.

During his two decades as CEO of General Electric, Jack Welch grew the company’s market value from $12 billion in 1981 to approximately $280 billion in 2001.

Businessweek once said, “Welch has become the gold standard against which other CEOs are measured…he is the celebrated chairman and chief executive of GE, the company he has made the most valuable in the world.”

Before you object that Welch isn’t an active CEO, keep in mind that he was CEO of GE—not Joe’s Widget. So even though he resigned in 2001, I give him a big pass.

Some of my subscribers may object that I am the very type of guru I dislike—a Peters instead of a Welch, because of the dozens of marketing books I have written.

They may be unaware that I have been writing direct marketing copy for 35 years and continue to do so today, with no sign of slowing down.

Today I am still at the PC working 12 or more hours a day, 5 days a week, plus additional hours on the weekends.

If such were not the case, I would feel as if I were ripping off clients who engage me to give seminars, publishers who give me contracts to write books, and you, Dear Reader, who spends time and (for some of you) money on my advice.

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

Did you know that there are a few LITTLE THINGS that you’re doing in your life right now that are so powerful they can literally dictate whether you rise to the greatest heights of success or fail miserably?

You must choose them wisely and this shows you how.

The product is called “101 Habits For Daily Success” created by world renowned hypnotherapist Dr. Steve G. Jones. It’s composed of eight full-length audio modules that cover various aspects of your life from your lifestyle, goal-setting habits, career-related decisions, etc.

Yes, you can make small tweaks in your life but see MASSIVE results.

This is the first time it is being released so consider this an exclusive invitation and enjoy.

2 Important Announcements

Posted April 15th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Self Development

I just thought of resending a post from 2 days ago to make sure you have seen the quiz that could help you determine the type of success you want in the near future.

If you’ve ever felt like there’s something secretly sabotaging your success or simply preventing you from achieving your goals, it could mean that you’re falling victim to 1 of 3 ‘Subconscious Success Blockers’, which is hindering your chances of creating lasting, positive change in your life.

When you take this 30-Second Quiz right now, you’ll discover what YOUR Personal Success Blocker is and most importantly, how to eliminate it from your life.

Done that? Good. I also want to bring you a complimentary VIP ticket to an online workshop that will transform YOU from the inside out!

This incredibly exciting, free online event will help you finally shine light on what’s been holding you back…and then completely obliterate your limitations around success & money!

I’ve actually secured a seat to attend tomorrow and I’ve gotta say, I really can’t wait!

But a heads up: I’ve heard there’s not that many seats left for the sessions happening over the next few days, so make sure you secure yours right now.

What’s blocking your success?

Posted April 13th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Self Development

Ever felt like there’s something standing in the way of your success?

A few years ago, a friend of mine, Natalie Ledwell, stumbled upon something truly amazing.

She realized that we all have 1 of 3 very sneaky subconscious “success blockers” that when activated can actually block you from:

-> Building wealth
-> Creating deeper, more fulfilling relationships with people
-> Having the fit, trim figure you desire
-> Reaching your goals

This means that trying to create positive change in any area of your life becomes near IMPOSSIBLE until you deactivate it and release it!

That’s why she created this quick 30-second quiz that will reveal once and for all exactly what your personal success blocker is.

It’s free!

According to speaker Brian Tracy, the greatest obstacle to success in adult life is the fear of failure. He says, “Taken to its extreme, we become totally pre-occupied with not making a mistake and seeking security above all other considerations.”

He says more than 99% of adults experience fear of failure, and that the antidote to fear is the development of courage, character, and self-esteem. The opposite of fear is actually self-love and self-respect. “Acting with courage in a fearful situation is simply a technique that boosts our regard for ourselves to such a degree that our fears subside and lose their ability to affect our behavior and our decisions,” says Tracy.

When the Winter Olympics were on, my wife watched it devotedly.

But she also did social media and e-mail on her laptop at the same time.

“You’re going to miss the performance,” I said while figure skating was on.

“I can multitask,” she said proudly.

A minute later a skater did a spectacular triple Lutz, but Amy missed it because she was looking at her computer screen and not at the TV screen.

This is yet another demonstration that multitasking is a bad idea and usually doesn’t work.

A few times I wrote something on the PC while simultaneously talking on the phone.

Invariably, my concentration on the phone call waned, and before I knew it, I missed what the person was saying, which was uncomfortable and potentially embarrassing.

People who multitask think they are getting more done, but a growing body of psychology research indicates this is not true.

In particular, a 2001 study conducted by Joshua Rubinstein, Jeffrey Evans, and David Meyer found that multitasking reduces productivity as much as 40%.

The only multitasking that really works is when you do two activities at the same time and both are not demanding—for instance, mowing the lawn while listening to an educational lecture on your iPod.

I don’t actually do that because I do not mow the lawn or own an iPod. But you get the idea.

I know a lot of subscribers will write to tell me that they are successful multitaskers. But unless you have measured your productivity and quality on a task (e.g. writing) with and without multitasking, I would argue that you don’t know whether it serves you well.

As a youngster fresh out of college, I drove from the plant at Westinghouse into Baltimore to take marketing classes at Johns Hopkins.

I multitasked way back then when, in bumper-to-bumper traffic, I foolishly opened my textbook on my lap and read while driving. Result: several narrowly avoided fender benders and minimal retention of read material.

I am much more of a fan of sequential tasking: doing one project, and then when you tire of it, switching to something else.

I saw the rudest form of multitasking recently when I attended a lecture: many people in the audience were pecking away at their smart phone screens as the speaker talked.

This is discourteous as well as disconcerting to the speaker if he sees it. If you don’t want to listen to the lecture, don’t attend. Otherwise, eyes on the stage and phone in your pocket.

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

The late Isaac Asimov is my role model for being a productive writer.

He wrote 435 books, making him one of the most prolific authors of all time.

When asked for the secrets of his prodigious writing output, he said, “I never get writer’s block because I have multiple projects on my to-do list. So when I get tired or get stuck on Project A, I simply move to Project B.”

Although I am not nearly as prolific or successful as Asimov, I use the same technique to make my days as productive as possible: I have multiple projects under contract at all times.

So when I run out of steam on Project X, instead of quitting for the day, I just click my mouse, open the file for Project Y, and start typing.

Working on multiple projects can enhance productivity in any profession, not just writing. It works for consultants, programmers, design engineers, and anyone else doing creative work in which one might get blocked or burned out after putting in a number of consecutive hours on a single project or task.

Another Asimov secret, which can be used to increase productivity no matter what your profession, is that he worked long hours all the time.

For over 3 decades, I worked 12 hours a day, 5 days a week. But Asimov was the real workaholic, working 12 hours a day or more 7 days a week; I usually take all of Sunday off, and work only part of the day on Saturdays.

The late, great copywriter Claude Hopkins said the reason he made twice as much as any other copywriter he knew was that he worked twice as many hours.

Another Asimov tip for writers was to write in a simple, straightforward, unadorned style.

He wrote a first draft, made one edit, and was done.

On copywriting projects, I unfortunately am more of a perfectionist, rewriting and editing many times until I am happy enough with the copy to show the client.

I am closer to Asimov on my content writing projects: books, e-books, essays, and articles, writing far fewer drafts than I do with my copywriting.

Also, writers who are prolific typically write on the same subject over and over, like Ted Butler, who turns out a constant stream of articles on a single subject: the silver market.

Writers who tackle a fresh subject each time, like John McPhee, spend much more time on each new book or article because of the big learning curve, although McPhee has a respectable output despite this (remember, McPhee is the guy who wrote an entire book about oranges…and it was a great read!).

Yet another secret to increasing your productivity as a freelancer or small business owner is outsourcing, of which I am a fanatic practitioner: I have not been to the post office in 20 years. I do not mow the lawn, shovel the snow, rake the leaves, fix things around the house, or prepare my own tax returns. I hire others to do that for me.

Four reasons why I outsource these and dozens of other tasks to experts:

1) I don’t want to do them because I find them boring, mundane, mindless, or unpleasant.

2) I make more money per hour than the expert I am paying to do it, so I come out ahead financially.

3) The expert can do it 3X better than I can in a third of the time.

4) It frees me to focus on my core business, writing.

There is nothing wrong with doing everything yourself, if you enjoy that, I suppose.

But to me, it decreases your productivity, weakens your focus, and limits the size of your body of work and revenues.

I agree with the late direct mail consultant Dick Benson, who said, “Do what you do best in-house, and outsource everything else.”

Benjamin Franklin: “If you would not be forgotten, as soon as you are dead and rotten; either write things worth the reading, or do things worth the writing.”

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

When’s the last time you felt the twisting pain of unfulfilled dreams as you walked into work, stared at your bank account statement, or looked in the mirror?

If you’re anything like me, you’ll know that what hurts even more is being able to visualize the insanely epic stuff you COULD be accomplishing every day…

If only your mind, body and spirit were ‘tuned’ to their highest potential.

Just look at the world’s top thinkers, teachers, life designers and innovators.

The biggest thing separating these people from the rest of us is not talent. Like Stephen King says, “talent is cheaper than salt.”

And it’s not upbringing either. If it was, somebody explain to me why some of the most successful people come from broke families.

What it really is, is a person’s willingness to venture beyond their comfort zone.

Fact is, your own lizard brain is conspiring against your future success.

It wants to feel safe. It doesn’t like effort or challenge. It pushes away lucrative new ideas and opportunities, because it’s SCARED.

Well today, I have an invitation for you to a superhuman training session and if you don’t click the link and watch this I’ll go out on a limb and say maybe, just maybe, your lizard brain is telling you not to.

Maybe the thought of learning about dormant human powers…or space age science…or ancient technologies for achieving peak performance…seems just a little “out there”.

Maybe you’re reluctant to “waste your time” (all 90+ minutes of it) on topics like chakras, yantras, crop circles, quantum physics, food programming, the pineal gland and sexual transmutation, just in case you might have to change your perception of reality.

Or maybe you’ve procrastinated because you’re too “busy”…even though you know you could just watch this session over your lunch break if you really wanted to.

Whatever your reason, know this: every ounce of wisdom that is shared in this training is the exact tools, knowledge and skills used by many of the world’s most successful people, from Branson to Tesla to Napoleon Hill to Jay-friggin-Z.

If it’s good enough for them, it’s good enough for me and its good enough for you :-)

The feedback on this training is phenomenal. So do yourself a favor, tell your lizard brain to shut it, and watch before it gets taken down soon.


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