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Politics. Gossips. Drama. Red Herring.

POLITICS. GOSSIP. DRAMA. It’s all red herring, really, and a distraction from doing what really matters to your bottom-line. Why you shouldn’t watch rolling news and why it’s wiser to invest your energy in minding your own business.

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20% Learning 80% Action

If you find yourself not really taking action or feeling overwhelmed, this might just be why. Yes reading is good, but here’s how to avoid information overload and analysis paralysis.

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Are You Curious… Or Committed?

Happy New Year! I started this business more than 11 years ago with slightly more than $1,000 in capital. It was all I had and that was after working a full year on an office boy’s salary. There was no guarantee. No promise. It was up to me to make it happen. I remember spending…

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How To Crush It In 2017 – 5 Things To Get There

  Let’s talk about leveling up and transcending beyond just being an Internet Marketer. As year 2016 draws to an end… * This year my company Musemancer had more than doubled (2.5X) last year’s annual profits, and more than 4X that of the year before * full-time staff of 8-10; doubled that of just earlier…

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If I Were To Start All Over Again

… And all I’ve got is a working laptop and an entry-level credit card…   1. Build a Landing Page and start getting subscribers first.   2. Get some jobs on sites like Upwork, Fiverr, FB groups connecting clients and freelancers. Eat some humble pie, but get cash flow in a.s.a.p. (No. 1 Priority)  …

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How To Turn Monthly Income Into Weekly Income

Ask me 2 years ago, let alone 11 years ago, I wouldn’t think it’s possible to actually grow your income exponentially. Ask me back then and I’d think growth was a linear and arithmetic thing. (probably so do most people) So to talk about turning monthly income into weekly income is a pretty BIG BOLD…

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My First (And Last) Full-Time Job

Go back in time with me to 2004, the year I worked my first (and last) full-time job. It was among the lowest points in my life when I worked for peanuts at a job I hated, had to save and scramble for every cent just to live for another day, and the choices I…

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The #1 Lesson I Learned When Working At McDonald’s

Nearly half a life time ago I worked at McDonald’s during the school holidays. But the lessons were nothing short of profound for me even to this day. If you find yourself struggling to keeping day-to-day flow consistent in your business, problem finding ‘specialized talent’ to fill certain roles, or people are confused every time…

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