How Do You Start Your Day?

How do you start your day? Is it with a complaint? A yawn? A stretch? A grouchy statement?

How we start our day does set the tone for how the rest of our day will go. If you choose to start it with a complaint or grouchy comment, chances are you will be an ill mood throughout the day. Why in the fresh hell would you want to set up your day to be filled with grouchiness?

Try something different. Before you go to bed, choose a motivational video and save it. When you wake in the morning play this video as you’re getting ready. Do this every single day for 30 days or more. It doesn’t matter if you choose the same video and watch it repeatedly. Do it until your mind has shifted.

Instead of fussing at your children to get ready, tell them good morning. Let them hear the video too. BLAST IT! Don’t send them off to school with your grouchy residue dripping over them.

Start doing this today and you’ll see a change in the way you feel and think. Take it a step further with The DSP Formula. Click the image to download your copy.

 

 

“All who wander are not lost” JRR Tolkien

I’m a wandering soul with an entrepreneurial spirit. My journey has allowed me to discover my passion for acting, writing, dancing, and modeling. Through the use of internet marketing I’ve been able to generate an income online living the WiFi and Pajamas life. Feel free to reach out to me to learn how you can do the same. And as always, thanks for reading and sharing!

Successful People Are Not Lucky

Say this with me, “Successful people are not lucky!” Growing up I was frequently told that successful people are lucky. “Some people just got it like that” yikes I heard that so many times I started to believe it. I didn’t equate hard work, innovative thinking, and networking with success. What happens when you start to believe something negative? Yes, you start to have negative actions.

I didn’t even seek out ways to be successful. I was going to clock in and clock out. I was going to put my head down, work, and welp…I don’t know. There was something inside me that yearned for more. I knew I was as smart as others. I knew I was creative and an outside of the box type thinker.

That’s when I realized my mindset had to change and in order to change, I needed to branch out. Meeting new people and network. And I began to do that. I met people who did how the rap song says, “Started from the bottom now we’re here!” I didn’t meet anyone who had a trust fund or inheritance. I met individuals who knew how to manage their money, took responsible risks, learned different skills, and who were willing to teach me.

See, successful people aren’t lucky. They weren’t wandering the aisle of the local Wal-Mart and found $1 million dollars. That’s luck! Working hard, learning new skills, taking risks, and implementing what you’ve learned is not luck. Dust off those cobwebs. Remove whatever negative thinking you were raised to believe. Replace it with better thoughts. You can be successful!

 

 

“All who wander are not lost” JRR Tolkien

I’m a wandering soul with an entrepreneurial spirit. My journey has allowed me to discover my passion for acting, writing, dancing, and modeling. Through the use of internet marketing I’ve been able to generate an income online living the WiFi and Pajamas life. Feel free to reach out to me to learn how you can do the same. And as always, thanks for reading and sharing!

I Know…

I know what it’s like to owe creditors.

I know what it’s like to have a bank account in the negative(I know it well).

I know what it’s like to be scammed.

I know what it’s like to be a part of something that tanks no sooner than it takes off.

I know what it’s like to feel like a complete failure cuz I’ve a college degree, speak multiple languages, multi-talented but couldn’t find a job. I just wanted to work. Clock in. Clock out. But instead, I had piles of rejection letters.

I know what it’s like to be fired. Yup, I got fired because I wasn’t “nice enough”. Really, the owner didn’t like me and had the manager give me the boot. The manager cried as she was firing me. Karma will rain upon that owner.

I know what it’s like to knock on 126 doors in 85-degree weather and make NO SALES.

And I also know what it’s like to take a chance, learn something new, and make money. I too was raised to think that direct sales & affiliate marketing was all pyramid schemes and bad. Then I took the chance to educate myself and not go by gossip.

No matter what I do in life, I know I have a backup source of income through internet marketing. It takes work and I’m still learning and building. But it’s worth it.

 

 

“All who wander are not lost” JRR Tolkien

I’m a wandering soul with an entrepreneurial spirit. My journey has allowed me to discover my passion for acting, writing, dancing, and modeling. Through the use of internet marketing I’ve been able to generate an income online living the WiFi and Pajamas life. Feel free to reach out to me to learn how you can do the same. And as always, thanks for reading and sharing!

How I Lost A Job I Didn’t Even Have

This is the tale of how I lost a job I didn’t even have. You read that correctly. Circa 2007/2008 I worked teaching dance in daycare centers throughout my region. Yes, my region, not my town nor my area. I was traveling to multiple cities in one day. I loved my job! I loved seeing the children and hearing them squeal, “Miss Angie! Miss Angie!” I loved watching their progress as they learned to balance on one foot, skip, spin, and clap on beat.

Then something happened. I was being asked not to come back to some daycares because the parents’ checks for daycare tuition had bounced. I had pre-k students handing me their sign-up papers, “Mommy said I can’t do it. But hold my paper. Maybe next time.” The saddest day came when I was at a center outside of Greensboro, NC. I had stopped by to see if any kids had signed-up. The daycare director told me there were no sign-ups and perhaps I should cut the program. I was flagged down on the playground by a couple of bubbly 4-year-olds.

They began to tell me about wanting to dance and their parents. “My daddy was crying. He doesn’t have a job.” “My daddy doesn’t have one either.” “I saw my mommy and daddy crying last night. I got out of bed to ask for water and saw them in the kitchen.” “Mommy cried and told daddy she lost her job.” First, your children are ALWAYS watching you. Second, I cried in my car. What was going on in my area?

I decided to do some digging. I told my friends about what was happening. A few of them knew people who worked for a computer company who had closed the brand new factory and sent everything to Mexico. Then I found out another company that the area is known for also closed and went overseas. And I found out a few more companies were doing the same. My students’ parents worked for these companies.

When mommy and daddy are out of work what is the first thing to go? Yup, extracurricular activities that aren’t free. My program was $45 per month. I received the axe quickly! Yes, I was hurt because I loved what I was doing and there was an opportunity for me to grow with the business. And of course, I loved the kids.

Outsourcing kills jobs and it has a domino effect. One company leaves and their employees’ lives change. When their lives change, those involved in their lives change also. This was my wake up call that a job wasn’t enough. I needed something extra that couldn’t be taken away from me. I needed something that outsourcing couldn’t topple.

My job search has been a roller coaster and many times I felt like giving up. I started to feel something was wrong with me; that I was a waste of intelligence. Perhaps, it’s my Virgo nature but I put a lot of pride into work. If I’m not working I feel useless. So I became busy. And throughout my business, I found online marketing and returned to direct sales. Outsourcing cannot take away The Royal Network and it can’t take away this site

 

 

“All who wander are not lost” JRR Tolkien

I’m a wandering soul with an entrepreneurial spirit. My journey has allowed me to discover my passion for acting, writing, dancing, and modeling. Through the use of internet marketing I’ve been able to generate an income online living the WiFi and Pajamas life. Feel free to reach out to me to learn how you can do the same. And as always, thanks for reading and sharing!

How to Become Successful Online

By: Ryan Biddulph

You may be confused about how to succeed online. It almost feels like being drawn and quartered by 4 horses, being pulled violently in multiple directions by all the advice tossed your way.

If you feel overwhelmed and have no clue where to start I will share a few basic steps to set the foundation for becoming successful online. I am a former fired security guard turned island hopping pro blogger who’s circled the globe the past 6 years, spending months in places like Fiji, Bali, Thailand and Costa Rica.

 

Following these tips has helped many of my readers to become fellow island hopping pro bloggers.

You can follow them too to become successful in your own right.

1: Define Success for Yourself

My definition of success: traveling all over the world while running my blogging business.

Since I knew what to aim for I could more easily succeed.

Some online entrepreneurs make the common mistake of aiming for other people’s goals; the house with the white picket fence or making 6 figures a year. Of course, they fail horribly to reach goals they didn’t want to reach in the first place.

I just arrived back home after a 4 month trip through Qatar, Myanmar and Thailand. 5 minutes ago me and my wife Kelli landed a 10 day house sit on the world-renowned Upper West Side of Manhattan. This is my dream; seeing the world while I profit through blogging and inspiring other folks to do the same.

Definite success for you. Aim for *your* goals.

 

2: Follow Your Fun

Follow your fun.

Your fun energy makes you irresistible to like-minded folks.

Following your fun makes your business pop.

As a rule, virtually all hyper successful online entrepreneurs follow their fun because that energy pulls you through the ups and downs. You’ll dive into learning and hone your online skills even if you are feeling a bit down about your venture because you will enjoy working your business.

I was featured on sites like Virgin, Forbes and Fox News because my “fun” energy shined so brightly that these sites had to feature me. Such is the power of someone who follows their passion.

 

3: Create Useful Content

Create useful content.

Get inside the mind of your ideal reader or customer. Identify their pain points. Provide solutions to these pain points via videos, podcasts and blog posts.

I ask my readers how I can help them. I email my list asking how I can be of service. I ask questions on social media.

If you have no readers or customers observe the cyber scuttlebutt on top blogs from your niche. Trawl Facebook Groups and G Plus Communities related to your niche. Help folks through these communities and create helpful blog posts – via your self-hosted WordPress blog – to address their most pressing needs.

Problems solvers become successful online entrepreneurs.

 

4: Befriend Big Dawgs in Your Niche by Helping Them Out

Befriend successful entrepreneurs from your niche. These folks open doors for you that could not see or even reach.

Example; I befriended million dollar earner and internet icon Zac Johnson a few years ago. I commented on his blog for a few weeks. I tweeted his posts. He asked me to guest post on his blog.

Sure I wrote 1,000 words daily for practice for many years yet many bloggers are as skilled a writer as myself. But they did not befriend Zac by helping him out. Which is why I guest post daily on a high profile blog which has helped promote my online success.

Comment on top blogs from your niche. Share top blogger’s posts on social media. Even if your writing is not up to snuff to land a guest post these friendships open many profitable doors down the road.

Successful online entrepreneurs make a bunch of friends by helping folks out.

 

5: Monetize Your Passions

Monetize your fun. What do you most enjoy doing? If you love writing consider freelance writing and and self-publishing eBooks on Amazon.

Are you a performing ham? Consider creating podcasts and videos which you can monetize through various channels.

Create online courses. Offer consulting services. Monetize your passions. The work/play is the reward. All else is extra. This is the energetic space to enter to really kill it online. In a good way.

 

6: Dive into Your Fears

My biggest breakthroughs happened after I dove into really deep, terrifying, paralyzing fears. My greatest success was borne of fear.

Even though I followed my fun to live my dreams I waded then dove into fears to make this life happen.

If you’re flopping like a fish out of water, fear has ahold of you. You fear leaving your comfort zone. You fear taking risks so much that you are blind to opportunities. You look at fearless folks like they are a different species.

Feel the fear. Do it anyway.

 

Start your blog. Buy your domain and hosting. Publish your first post. Write and self-publish your first eBook. I wrote and self-published 124 eBooks and am still fine-tuning how to promote the suckers. Cowering to my fears goaded me to do a poor job sharing the eBooks for a minute but I’ve since waded into those fears to sell more eBooks every day.

 

Dive into your fears. Only fear prevents you from being successful.

 

Your Turn

 

What tips can you add to this list?

 

Or are you struggling to become successful online?

 

Ryan Biddulph

“All who wander are not lost” JRR Tolkien

I’m a wandering soul with an entrepreneurial spirit. My journey has allowed me to discover my passion for acting, writing, dancing, and modeling. Through the use of internet marketing I’ve been able to generate an income online living the WiFi and Pajamas life. Feel free to reach out to me to learn how you can do the same. And as always, thanks for reading and sharing!

Do you fear death? If so, do you have a good reason?

Do you fear death? If so, do you have a good reason?

No, I don’t fear death. It’s a part of life. What I do fear is the manner in which I may die. I don’t want to suffer. I know people who suffered before dying and I don’t want that. I want to live to be 100 and if I live longer so be it.

Death is inevitable. All I can do is continue to live my life, make sure I have life insurance, a will, and that I continue to spread love to others. And when it’s my time to go please return this mermaid to the ocean. Seriously, let my family make jewelry from my ashes if they please and what’s left over goes to the ocean. Let me go and be at peace.

“All who wander are not lost” JRR Tolkien

I’m a wandering soul with an entrepreneurial spirit. My journey has allowed me to discover my passion for acting, writing, dancing, and modeling. Through the use of internet marketing I’ve been able to generate an income online living the WiFi and Pajamas life. Feel free to reach out to me to learn how you can do the same. And as always, thanks for reading and sharing!

What do you regret most so far in life?

What do you regret most so far in life?

I regret that I helped so many people for free or for little pay. I’m a helpful person; it’s in my nature. And yes, I regret helping MANY people. No, I don’t see the lesson. My hindsight is not 20/20. I fuckin’ regret it. I should’ve said, “NO!” I should’ve said, “Fuck you. Pay me.” I should’ve sent invoices. I wasted a lot of time helping people build their dreams and go about their lives. I don’t dwell on it, but I do regret. If I could go back in time, there are several people I would not have helped.

Before you go leaving comments of looking at the bigger picture or building my karma, let me make it clear: I SHOULD NOT HAVE HELPED MANY OF THE PEOPLE I HELPED!

I’m secure in saying this. I mean it 100%. My advice to anyone reading this is to learn to say NO or don’t be reluctant to say how much it’s going to cost the person. There’s a difference between bartering services and someone getting something for free. There’s a difference between a friend who’s going through a hard time and needs support and someone who knows you’re going to say “yes”. SET BOUNDARIES!

Your turn. What do you regret?

“All who wander are not lost” JRR Tolkien

I’m a wandering soul with an entrepreneurial spirit. My journey has allowed me to discover my passion for acting, writing, dancing, and modeling. Through the use of internet marketing I’ve been able to generate an income online living the WiFi and Pajamas life. Feel free to reach out to me to learn how you can do the same. And as always, thanks for reading and sharing!

If you had all the money in the world but still had to have some kind of job, what would you choose to do?

If I had all the money in the world but still had to have some kind of job, what would I choose to do?

 

I would do what I love! I’d be an actress. Yes, that’s me in the pink dress. Playing different characters brings me great joy. Movie magic has always fascinated me and theater is like a solid gym workout. Being creative gives me life!

The saying is true, when you do what you love it’s never work. To me acting isn’t work.

 

What would you do?

“All who wander are not lost” JRR Tolkien

I’m a wandering soul with an entrepreneurial spirit. My journey has allowed me to discover my passion for acting, writing, dancing, and modeling. Through the use of internet marketing I’ve been able to generate an income online living the WiFi and Pajamas life. Feel free to reach out to me to learn how you can do the same. And as always, thanks for reading and sharing!

If you could make a 30 second speech to the entire world, what would you say?

If I could make a 30-second speech to the entire, world what would I say? I would tell everyone to love each other more, forgive themselves, take care of the environment, and never stop learning.

Sure, it may sound cliche but I only have 30 seconds! There is no way I could lecture on the myriad of other topics. Love, forgiveness, environmental care, and education are vital to survival. So here is my 30-second speech:

Love each other a little more. Remember love is a verb, not just a noun. We all make mistakes and bad decisions. Learn to forgive yourself and be at peace and not in pieces. This is our only Earth. Nobody has figured out how to sustain human life elsewhere and even if they did you probably can’t afford to go. Take care of this planet! Learn everything you can. Talk to people who are different and learn from them. Learn new languages, science, and mathematics. Be involved and aware!

Love,

Angela

 

There it is my 30-second speech.

“All who wander are not lost” JRR Tolkien

I’m a wandering soul with an entrepreneurial spirit. My journey has allowed me to discover my passion for acting, writing, dancing, and modeling. Through the use of internet marketing I’ve been able to generate an income online living the WiFi and Pajamas life. Feel free to reach out to me to learn how you can do the same. And as always, thanks for reading and sharing!