When should you worry?

I used to worry a lot. I’d lay awake all night worrying about general “stuff” – business, personal, financial, you name it. Sick to my stomach worry… crippling worry. In my first “grown-up” job after college my boss pulled me aside and told me something pretty cool. I’ll paraphrase it here: 50% of the things…

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This Super Cool Niche Research Tool Helps You Sell More Books

If you want to sell more books, then pay very close attention to what I’m about to share with you about Answer The Public. In short, this niche research tool gives you a leg up to sell more books by helping you find the topics and questions your target audience is actively researching. All ebook…

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Getting “It ALL” Done!

One thing I’ve realized over the years (okay, and over the last week too) is that you’ll NEVER get it “ALL” done 🙂 Whatever “it” is… you’ll never be done (until, of course, you die… then you have official permission to never worry about your unfinished To-Do list ever again) 🙂 The best thing you…

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Fake It ‘Til You Make It… Worst Advice Ever!

I’m sure you’ve heard this advice before “fake it ’til you make it.” That’s the typical advice people give you when you’re first starting out in something, especially if you want to find success. They tell you to fake it ’til you make it. Here’s why that rates as the worst advice you could ever…

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Weekly Update – June 6, 2018

A Note From Jim Hit The Easy Button Whenever Possible Many of us tend to only value doing things the hard way. “If it’s too easy, it’s not valuable” or “If it’s too easy, everyone will do it, and it won’t work anymore” seems to be the mindset these days. I admit to falling into…

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