Thursday, November 30, 2017

Real Success...you wont find it in the cubicle!



What Is Success?
 by: Adam Mahan

 In this day and age, success is often described as having big houses, expensive cars, a fantastic job, and just generally having an apple pie life. However, actual success is demonstrated by one word: wholeness. A whole person is happy, healthy, peaceful, creative, loved, fulfilled, desired and compassionate. To only view success as having tons of expensive things is only grasping a very small part of your potential. The key to living a successful life is understanding and grasping the idea that you are enough. Third John 1:2 has some great insight into what success is. “Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth.” In this passage, John projects an affirmation of health and wholeness, which is very important to our understanding of what success is. In the Greek translation, John addresses the reader as a soul, psuche, instead of the English translation “your soul,” as if it is a tangible object that one holds. John also suggests that a part of the continuous unfolding of our essential self, or soul, is to exist, euodousthai, or to be—being constantly in good health or wholeness. Also in the original Greek, this text literally says prospering or prosperity means to have a “good journey." Meaning success is not a destination one must reach. It's an evolving state of consciousness. To put it simply, success is not a thing. It is a process. Material things can be added to your life as you share your talents with the world. However, that's just small part of the joy, love, creativity, compassion and kindness that you were sent here to receive and share. A successful life is sharing your gifts. A successful life is being happy, showing love, being kind, and being the best you you can possibly be. The material items we gain along the way is just a bonus.

Saturday, October 28, 2017

"The Money Is In The List" or is it?

"The Money Is In The List"by Adam Mahan If you are involved with marketing at all, you've probably come across the phrase 'the money is in the list' on more than one occasion. This phrase more or less describes how your email list/s corresponds to how much money you make over time. The more people you have on your list, the more money you are likely to make. But the real benfit of having a strong list is the communication and the relationships with your customers/clients. But how do I build my list? The first and possibly most important step is to establish a relationship with those already on, or potentially going to be on, your list. It is important to see them as assets and friends, not just a way to put some change in your pocket. Treat them as if you're their best friend. Make them feel good, offer help where appropriate, build trust. If they trust you, they will buy from you. No matter what you use, whether it be a blog, website, or something else, the content you provide should be supplemental, educational, and worth reading. Avoid producing crap. Be reliable, be educational, show that you know what you're doing. Of course, you probably already know that, but let's take this a step further. Offer something extra, something of special value, that only email subscribers could get. The average person will sign up to almost anything right away if they know they are getting something special in return. Offer a compolimentary consultation, a tutorial, a slideshow, maybe even daily tips. Something that will hook their attention and have them coming back for more. What should I include in my newsletter? Basically, your newsletter should be treated how you would treat your blog or website: · You want a clean design, not something that looks like it was made by an animal. · A way to direct attention to where you want it. · An intro, a middle, and a conclusion. · A way for people to share it. · An about the author section, with a photo of yourself (optional), and a short introduction/personal message. · Links to free downloads of your creations (optional). · Afilliate promotion. · Personal message, quote, or tip of the month/week/day Take a look at other people's newsletters and see what you like about them that works. And if you haven't already started building your subscriber list after reading this and possibly other articles/papers, what are you waiting for?!

Monday, October 16, 2017

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Stop Worrying About Failing





    FAILURE. We've all experienced it, in one way or another. Maybe you didn't get that job you worked hard for, or maybe your romantic conquests didn't end with you having a guy/gal. The reality is, we, as imperfect human beings, have experienced some form of failure at some point in our lives. It really isn't fun, but it's something we put up with, sometimes on a daily basis. Failure is a neverending part of being alive. However, failing doesn't mean that you have lost completely. In fact, it's quite the opposite. For each and every time you fail in accomplishing something, you take one more conceptual step to realizing your dreams. Failure can and will take its toll on you, and you may feel like giving up hope and throwing in the towel, but I promise you, it is not the end of the world, and you are not alone.

Sometimes, when we have failed, or keep failing,  we can feel like the world is against us. Let me tell you a little secret: that's completley false! Everybody in the entire world has had to experience failure, no matter how good or bad of a person they are/were. Heck, even well known historical figures and celebrities have failed, no matter how perfect they

Before becoming a billonairess with her own show, Oprah Winfrey was fired from her previous job as a TV anchor. Steven Spielberg? He's definitely failed. Before becoming a cinematic god, he was rejected twice from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts. Thomas Edison, whom you may or may not know as the inventor of the lightbulb (depending on where you stand on the Tesla - Edison war) has failed. He was told by his teachers that he was too stupid, and then went on to become a genius inventor. Walt Disney, the creator of the gigantic corporation we all know and love, has failed. When he worked for a newspaper, his editor told him that he lacked imagination and had no good ideas. He then went on to create, you guessed it, Mickey Mouse and his pals. J.K. Rowling, the writer of a book that would start a huge cult following and a film franchise, is a fantastic example of perseverance. Before she wrote Harry potter, Rowling was a broke, single mother suffering from depression. Now she is one of the richest women in the entire world, and she's still writing to this day. So, as you can clearly see, failure does not rule out the chance of success in the slightest, so long as you keep trying!

Persevere and tear down your walls. Your goals, no matter how big or small, can and will be achieved, as long as you never give up on them. If you want that job you've worked so very hard to get, you go get it. If you truly want to be with that guy/girl you love, you go get them. No matter what you want in life, don't give up on it, no matter how long it takes, and no matter how difficult it is. You think all of these rich and famous celebrities were just handed their success on a silver platter? Absolutley not!They worked long and hard to achieve their dreams, and so can you! I believe it was Albert Einstein who said, "You never fail until you stop trying.".... Adam Mahan



What Is Success?  by: Adam Mahan  In this day and age, success is often described as having big houses, expensive cars, a fanta...