Most people worry about their financial health.  Work, make more money. 
Get more stressed – make more money.  I have just one question?  If your health gets so bad 
that you can’t enjoy living, then what good is all of that money going to do you?  Not much.

Focus Considerations



Focus considerations, and what is most important

What should your focus considerations include?

Let me get Focused by asking you just one question? Okay – a few questions.

>> How long have you been trying to get your share of the online “Pie” – like forever?

>>Or, how long have you been trying to reach a goal and you are still spinning your wheels?

>> Is effectively getting things done on time a problem for you?

>> Do you find you never have enough time to finish projects?

Yes? Well Hallelujah! You are now in the majority of those who say:

===>“WOW! Frustration never felt so good!”

===>“I just loooooove being unable to make things work!”

===>“Getting ahead – what the @$*# is that?”


A Dirty Little Secret

Hey, don’t sweat it. Let me tell you a little secret…

Generally, most people struggle for years before they figure out how to market online. Therefore, you are not alone.

It took me over 5 years of online struggle to succeed, but I did it.

What made the difference – a little thing called “Focus”.




When you first started out learning something new, you
simply didn’t know what to focus on. You also didn’t know
what NOT to focus on.

What? Where? When? How much? AAAAAHHHHHH!

I got it. Confusion. Unhappy family, Unhappy you,
and to top things off, you’re bombarded By B.S. in emails and internet offers.

Are you ready to be done with all the crap?

There is always a better way – and I have it!

Take it from someone who lives with A.D.D. every day.

Focus is tough for everyone, but it is not tougher than you.

Try these tips about Focus Considerations?

Okay for starters,

#1. Set A Goal

Tell yourself EXACTLY what you need to do.
(Goal setting can be as easy as 1-2-3.

#2. Pay close attention to what you do as you work

By paying close attention to what you do while you work, you keep the “Distraction” thieves at bay.

#3. Be aware of what are you doing NOW

If what you are doing is not related to your goal, STOP!

And now that I have answered all of your questions…
Yeah, RIGHT!

Setting a goal is really not the hard part of getting to a goal. In fact, it is probably the easiest part.

In contrast, the real challenge is the motivation to keep working toward that goal.

Time is money, so make the most of your time, and make more money

Everyone has heard the phrase “Time is Money”.
Wasting time is also

wasting part of your precious life.

If you are young this means little to you, but 
if you are getting older,
then you are certainly aware of how quickly time passes.

Even if you are a younger person who is working hard to get ahead, your

cash in with these internet strategies

          We have all received emails telling us of new cash in internet strategies, and so have found
ourselves clicking on links that take us to websites that tell us that we can make a “Gazillion”
dollars in only a few hours IF we would only buy this person’s, or company’s, latest and
greatest product.

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It’s your money, are you just going to leave it on the table?

          Anyone who is selling anything wants to make more sales, and more money.

What’s a blog?

blog platforms (content management systems), but the end result is to create

and design a web page.  

A couple of the most common CMS are Drupal, Joombla, and WordPress.
The decision on which type to use is determined by ease of use, security,

and a few other points that are becoming less and less an issue.


          Most people worry about their financial health.  Work, make more money. 
Get more stressed – make more money.  I have just one question?  If your health gets so bad 
that you can’t enjoy living, then what good is all of that money going to do you?  Not much.

Circular thinking may be costing you money

Is circular thinking keeping you working in circles?.


The circular thinking process, also known as Circular Reasoning,
is basically just that.  You create a thought that does not go beyond
your original starting point.  

Let me take something that everyone is familiar with – making money.

Some of us have a grasp of how to create and have an income, but even
with that many people still feel the need to have more.  What do you do?

The starting point for your circular thought is that “I need more money”.

So you explore some ways to bring in extra cash. You rule out a second job,
you don’t want to ask friends and family for cash, so you think that
starting a business is a good idea.  Then you get to thinking, “Well, I can’t
start a business because “I will need more money“.

Check this out –
Can’t make money online? Here’s why!

Killing your productivity with Circular Thinking

Whether you are in business online, or just trying to get through life,
the way you deal with your own thoughts can make or break your success.

Everyone has a tendency to fall into the trap on occasion where they get
sidetracked by something.

The internet marketing, blogging, or doing anything online where you
are trying to make a few dollars, or even just get people to your site so
that you can provide them with information, can be a challenge for most of us.


There are really only a few things that you need to do to get a business
going online, but those few things can get really complicated very quickly.
Why? It is because of circular thinking.  This is a common problem, especially
if you are just starting out online.  It even affects those of us who have been
working online for a while (guilty as charged!).

The circular thinking that takes place is the idea that you have to do more,
spend more, and worry more, but you still seem to end up in the same place
that you started.  The worry comes from all the spending and doing that
doesn’t seem to work no matter how much you do.  Ever been there?

Check this out –
Can’t make money online? Here’s why!

Circles to Lines

Now it’s time to straighten out those thoughts. Bear in mind that you will no longer
be a “Big Wheel”:) No more circles!

Here are a few suggestions that may help keep you from running in circles.

1. Before you start any project, large or small, write down EXACTLY what you
are going to do, how much time you want to take, and how you are going to do it.
The less time that you waste going from thing to thing, and trying to figure out
everything as you go, the less time you will waste, and the more focused you will be.

2. Give yourself 30 minutes and check yourself to make
certain that you are still on task and not engaging in circular thinking again.
If at the end of the 30 minutes you are still on target, then run another 30 minutes.

3. Did you meet your 30 minute goal?
Maybe you you initially set out to write a blog post. After 30 minutes,
you are now trying to adjust the color of an image. Maybe that image
is part of the post, but you haven’t gotten the post written. You can
always add in the images later, or add the image, finish the post,
and go back and adjust the image.

When you get distracted by things that keep you from your original goal,
you will end up getting very little done in the end.

What is it that keeps you motivated?

Are You Still Motivated? HOW?

I was recently asked “How do you stay motivated?”. I do
speak about motivation, but usually not on a personal level.
So, forgive me, but I will be talking about me, myself, and I
for the next few moments.

The fact is, I am not always motivated. Motivation is not
something that just happens. If you are human at all, you
know that you do not always want to be productive.

The 3 “Selfs”

You like to sit and watch a movie, take a vacation,
take a nap – maybe take another nap. That’s okay.
I enjoy those things, but there is more. The “More” part
is self-responsibility, self-reliance, and self-respect.

I would feel worse taking that nap when I knew
that I had things to do that are going to
keep my family fed (self-reliance).

I know that there are a lot of people who rely on the information
that I give them to help keep THEM motivated,
and that I need to keep up with reliable content (self-reponsibility).

Self-respect is something that I would lose quickly
if I fell into the trap of allowing myself to get lazy.


Let’s begin with Self-Responsibility. Being responsible for
the things that you do, and taking that responsibility
seriously, is a major milestone in becoming successful – at anything!

How do you know if you are a responsible person?
Do you always begin work on time? This means that
even if you are working at home, you begin your
day at approximately the same time each day.

Do you manage distraction effectively? If you can’t control
the things that take you away from your work, then
you are not managing your time very well. You may
mean well, but to others you may be tagged as irresponsible.


Self-reliance is important because it shows others that you
are confident in your abilities. If you have confidence in yourself,
then others will be drawn to you, and will be more willing to give
you their time, and their business.


Self-respect keeps you in touch with yourself, and helps
tie together your other two “Selfs”.

When you have self-respect, you have personal guidelines that
help others like and respect you.

Self-respect holds things like honesty, integrity, and trust at the
forefront of personal and business dealings. Your self-respect keeps
you in touch with what is important to you.

As with anything else, some of these things are learned
through trial and error. Even though we are often taught
these things growing up, listening, understanding, and
believing is often a difficult concept for youthful desires.

I was a hard study. I often thought that I was working hard,
but would fall short of my goals. It wasn’t until I learned
to control myself (mind, body, and soul) that I finally
was able to overcome most (unfortunately not all) of the
obstacles that were standing in my way of success.

I did become successful by working harder, and becoming
stronger. I later realized that I had gained a close
relationship with my 3 “R’s” which made my successes possible.

By mind-body-soul, I do not mean that you must be able to
drop into some state of sub-conscious enlightenment at the
drop of a hat, but that you recognize what directions you
need to be taking – and when.

You need to be able to control your body so that you can
get up and get to work, instead of continually hitting
that “Snooze” button on your alarm. When I get tired, but
I still have work that must be finished, I finish it.

The soul part has nothing to do with being religious, not
that religion will not be helpful at times, but it is
keeping in touch with your “Self”. Something that I have
been talking about for a number of paragraphs!