Click Millionaires: Work Less, Live More with an Internet Business You Love

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The rules have changed. The American Dream is no longer the corner office.It’s a successful business you can run from your home office, the beach, or wherever you desire. It’s work you love that still allows you the freedom and income to live the life you truly want. Sound like a tall order? Well, thanks to the Internet, anyone can launch a business with little or no start-up capital or technical expertise. And in Click Millionaires, e-commerce expert Scott Fox teaches weary corporate warriors and aspiring entrepreneurs how to trade the 9û5 job they hate for an online business they love. The book explains how to combine outsourcing, software, and automated online marketing to build recurring revenues, all while working less and making fewer of the lifestyle compromises that corporate success requires. Readers will learn how to: Find a lucrative niche on the Internet that matches their interests and skills Choose an online businessmodel: fromblogs, noozles, and audience communities to digital delivery, online services, affiliate marketingùeven physical products Position themselves as a experts Build their audience Design the lifestyle they want Balance passion and profits to realize their personal definition of success Featuring stories of dozens of regular folks who have reinvented themselves as Click Millionaires, this inspiring and practical guide shows readers how to stop dreaming of a better life and start living it!

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By Dave Ramsey / Howard Books

Take your business to the next level! Whether you’re sitting at the CEO’s desk, the middle manager’s cubicle, or a card table in your living-room-based start-up, this practical step-by-step guide shows you how to unify and inspire your team; handle money and debt; deal with contracts and vendors; reach every goal you set; and more! 320 pages, hardcover from Howard.

Failure

Is it OK to fail? I was recently asked this question. My first thought was ‘failure is not an option”. Then I was reminded of Thomas Edison who, when asked about how many failed attempts he had while inventing the light bulb, said that he didn’t fail- he learned how not to make a light bulb (paraphrased- the actual number changes). The point is Thomas Edison saw the failures as something positive. Failure is an opportunity to learn. Failure can be costly, but not learning from failure is even more costly. Don’t hope for or expect failure, but when it happens use it to your advantage. Learn from it and you’ll have an advantage over those that don’t.

Time Management

Time Management involves prioritizing your tasks according to a set schedule. The first step is to pay attention to where your time is going. I recommend writing down in a journal all of the tasks you have to accomplish, and then place them on your schedule according to priority. Keep a check your schedule to ensure you are managing your time appropriately. It is a good idea to keep a check on how long tasks take. This way, you can determine which tasks are taking the most time and you can study those tasks to discover ways to make them more efficient. I was surprised to find how much of my time is non-productive, but I would not have known that without analyzing my schedule. We all have 24 hours a day. Use it wisely.

 

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