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April 16 · Issue #103 · View online
INVEST IN YOURSELF: Over $100,000 of courses. You only pay $50/month or $300/year for full access.

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8 New Courses Released
The total value of everything on is now over $100,000 and I’ve added the following 7 courses:
1. Create Your Own Job
2. iPad Apps Gold Rush
3. Million Dollar Trials Explained
4. The Complete Home Business Success Course
5. An Introduction To Making Money On YouTube
6. The Best Home Businesses Ever
7. Viral List Authority
 8. How To Become A Coach
Over the last months, I’ve written / produced a lot of books / documents on social media, success, home run businesses and so on and I will also be adding these to Tetmo over the coming days.
As ever, you can join the monthly or annual membership and get everything (including all future releases) at
And my new 52 part course on ensuring you have a guaranteed monthly income from working from home is almost complete. I’ll announce it here first.
How To Work Successfully From Home
You’re at home trying to get some serious work done in your business but, after a full day, what have you accomplished?
Sometimes not much at all.
But don’t get discouraged – instead, take action and you might get more done in one day than you did in the previous week.
Here are seven dynamite tips from Jason Brick on how to stop wasting time and be more productive:

1) No knocking on the door, no phone calls, no anything but work.
Does this seem harsh? Think of it this way – do you go to your neighbor’s place of work and ask to borrow his hedge clippers?
2) Can’t seem to get started?
Maybe it’s because you don’t know where to start.
Frankly, it doesn’t matter.
Start on anything related to the project just to get yourself moving on it.
Once you get started, you might find you need to make a list as the ideas on what needs to be done suddenly start flying at you fast and furious.
That’s the magic of just getting started – it opens all kinds of windows into the project and shows you what needs to be done.

3) Worried about the outcome?
Push through it.
It’s far better to fail than not to try at all.
Are you providing a service and you’re worried the client won’t like the results?
Odds are they will, but even if they have suggestions for improvement, you’ve got a great learning experience that will make you better for next time.

4) Do you get distracted easily?
Disable all the distracting stuff and set a timer.
Ready… set… WORK!
And don’t stop for ANYTHING until the timer goes off.

5) Another trick – when you’re about to do something like check Facebook when you’re supposed to be working, ask yourself if taking that action will further your goals. If not, refocus on what you should be doing.

6) Got a bad case of the “blahs?”
Sometimes you just don’t “feel” like working.
It’s understandable.
And it’s also no excuse.
YOU are the boss of you.
So find a way to get yourself in gear.
Often taking a brisk walk around the block as you consider your current project is all it takes.
Sometimes bribery works – if you complete tasks A and B, tonight you get to watch your favorite show or eat your favorite snack, or buy that book you’ve wanted on Amazon.

7) You’ve got garage syndrome – that feeling when you walk into your garage intent on cleaning it, and you’re overwhelmed by the enormity of the task.
It’s okay – take a deep breath and tell yourself you’re only going to clean this one shelf or do this one task on your business.
Before you know it, 3 hours have gone by and you’re almost done with the whole garage – or your latest project.
Making Money In Your Small Business
Student makes $10,000 a month inventing skills for Amazon Alexa
How to Create a Million-Dollar Business This Weekend (Examples: AppSumo, Mint, Chihuahuas)
What It’s Like to Make a Million Dollars a Year
How to start a business with less than $1,000
Publicist making $1 million a year says money is freedom, happiness
Mental tricks rich people use to make more money
Alun's Been Thinking ...
  • It would be so much easier if cereal bags came with a ziplock close
  • My new theory on inertia doesn’t seem to be gaining momentum
  • “Don’t believe everything you read on the internet”. Winston Churchill
  • I was trying to read a book about Fort Knox, but I had to put it down after the first chapter - I couldn’t get into it
  • One cow said “Moo”. The other cow says “I was gonna say that”
  • The police knocked on my door and said my dog had chased someone on a bike. A bit strange as my dog hasn’t got a bike
  • Uber have lost $100m in the last 6 months. They are asking their drivers to check down the back of their seats

See you tomorrow!
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