Archive for April, 2009

Why were there tears in your eyes when you first saw and heard Susan Boyle sing? (Don’t be ashamed to admit it. We all had tears.)

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By now, just about everyone on earth has seen Susan Boyle sing on Britain’s Got Talent.

Just in case you are one of the three people on the planet who hasn’t seen it, HERE IT IS.

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Let’s take a little break from business today and talk about one of my favorite topics – dogs.

Many years ago my Godson gave me a little book called “Are You As Happy As Your Dog?”. I’ve read that little rascal dozens of times. If you don’t have it, get it. It has some of life’s great lessons and can be read in less than an hour.

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My monthly publicity coaching call is scheduled for tomorrow (Thursday). This coaching call is free for all of my paid newsletter subscribers. Details for how to get on the call are on the yellow insert in your newsletter.

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Here’s the link to the 4th and final part of my teleseminar “What’s Stopping You From Being Wealthy?”

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Here’s the link to Part 3 of my teleseminar “What’s Stopping You From Being Wealthy?”

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Here’s the link to Part 2 of my teleseminar “What’s Stopping You From Being Wealthy”.

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One of my favorite teleseminars is one I ran a while back. It’s called “What’s Stopping You From Being Wealthy?” In that teleseminar I describe the 10 barriers people put up that stop them from becoming wealthy.

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When it comes to using my system for writing press releases and getting publicity,  there are two types of stories – hot and not-hot. Don’t go looking in any journalism books for those terms. I made them up. But as you’ll see, they’re very appropriate. People who follow my system know them well and know how to use them to get maximum publicity.

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For many years I’ve been investing in/speculating in domain names. Right now I own over 1,000 domain names. So it’s time to reduce my holdings.

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