How Would You Like a New and Clear Vision?
"I know it will because the points in side have helped me
and now they can help you. "
Here's An Excerpt From the Book.
1.2 If You Want to Be a Success, Then You Need to Offer Something That People Want and Need.
I have heard this saying in many ways. When you want to have success with something, then naturally, what you have people must want it. However, wanting is not enough, as people must hand over their hard-earned cash. To do this you have to include marketing and promoting. This is not fixed on an object you have made, such as a table, but can also be applied to you.
If persuading is too hard for you, then try looking for a special market. These places can bring up some surprises. Special areas of interest can help much more in building a brand. Be aware, your passion must come first before the specific niche. A niche is only good if you show your belief and passion well.
If you want to know what concerns people, then go online and search for a certain topic of interest, such as making a table. Start by looking on blogs and comments sites covering the topic. From those results, looking at people's opinions can help much more when showing what people may want. You cannot guess correctly about their problems, you have to discuss those by asking them first.
This What Someone Else Had to Say,
"I just needed this book right now. made me want to get up and make a change. my life has been filled with too many "hurdles". "
J. Norman (5 star review)
The Background Story About This Book
Hi, I'm Nigel. I'm a 39 year old English teacher (ESL), currently in Daegu, South Korea. Previously to this I worked in IT as a software developer. This was in Manchester, UK.
For years, I struggled with self improvement and focusing on what I should do; my path was hazy. I tried lots of different self improvement tips and techniques, but to be brutally honest, it was a load of rubbish. I will give you just one word to describe it all, "Placebo".
Now to an extent the concept of placebo has in fact saved peoples lives. Giving people that extra boost with medicine, for example, takes the load off them for a while. But with that aside there are too many people with immoral gains out there.
I then really hit a brick wall in life. It woke me up with the thinking and focus I really needed. This occurred to the extent that I quit my IT job and traveled to other countries.
On my travels it wasn't the places that helped me as such, but the people I met. They did not know me or anything about me. There was no judging, but just acceptance that I was just like them. It was a breath of fresh air. I was with people that I should have been with before.
Well after my enlightening I gained the clarity and strangely everything just fell into place.
Also let me ask you, how many times have you gone through stuff not knowing and learning about something enough to stop it happening again? What I mean is breaking routines. It is hard and I have done it. To put it simply I am now the healthiest I have ever been and it shocks me to see my poor past while believing in placebo products.
To learn how I did this and the tips I have learned the hard way, keep reading below. You could say its taken close to 39 years to make this thing.
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Nigel Openshaw was born in 1974 from a small town out side of Manchester, UK, by the name of Walkden. He grew up in the 80's and willing has stayed there, except for the fashion. Loving British synth-pop music, to the likes of Pet Shop Boys, Erasure, Depeche Mode,etc.
He worked as a software developer before embarking on being a teacher. The coding is now purely a hobby, much to the delight of his wife.
He dreams of returning to Australia where he spent a year traveling and taking in what great nature and wildlife the country holds.
Nigel spends his days either teaching children or being with his own clan. So with this in mind the time left over is very precious. Time management, motivation and self-help are what drive him on to make good use of what time is left, but not just for himself, but also in his readers.
An Excerpt From the Book.
--Effective Day Zero--
Lesson 1: It Is Time to Free Your Mind
Imagine a situation where you need to get things done but new problems arise, which make a more difficult situation and their deadlines harder to meet. People do not care about facts like that, they just want them done. This is where I came up with the method of Effective Day Zero. This removes all deadlines and gives a fresh start to everything. Every single item gets its own equal billing where nothing has priority.
This process will allow you to complete things much more efficiently and eventually within less time. Make sure you add some personal influence. If you do not involve your own touch, then you will dislike doing it all and it will take more time.
First Stage: The Clean Up
As for the completion time, some things will need a lot more, but some will not. My resolution is to make a rapid run through to see what you can initially get completed quickly or remove. These are almost the tasks with instant results.
So first, go through your list and pick off some of the items to remove as much uncertainty as possible. This will give you a clearer head. You will have tasks that are more capable of being done reasonably quickly. Some things may go straight to the virtual recycle bin before you have even started.
Second Stage: Should You Use Level One, Level Two or Level Three?
I have produced a three-level system for your remaining tasks. This is purely to get the tasks into some alignment. Logically, they need some organizing before attempting. As you have already thrown some away and completed the lesser tasks, and the parts left are of more substance. The levels are as follows:
You can carry on reading about this method and find out more at the link below.
Here Is What You Can Find Inside.The first chapter of A Life Organizing Get Results, starts with a challenge to get you seeing clearly. This method breaks down earlier ones and replaces them with a model to make a more level playing field.
Later, there are five chapters to go through, covering many smaller aspects. This is then wrapped up with a final challenge to help bind your new thoughts and ways into your new routine.
If you look at the following topics below, think how you are within them:
** Success and dreams - What inspirational qualities do you have?
** Organization and Life Learning - What happens when there are grounding actions in your life?
** Choices and Opinions - How can you deal with mind over matter?
** Dealing With Anger and Emotion - What personal fears control you too much?
** Earnings and Rewards - Do you set yourself daily challenges?
This book presents many lessons to help you with day-to-day activities and improving your goals in life.
There are many examples from his experiences in business and home life presented here.
They all work to show just how easy it is to change and adapt to new thinking and letting procrastination be a thing of the past.
An Excerpt From the Book.
--The Final Challenge--
Put It All Together. The Last Task
Out of the words above, can you see any areas for improvement? What do you need to challenge in yourself? Prioritize the parts that apply to you. Try to keep it short. A big selection of words will lose your focus. If there are too many, break them up and do some later. If you are still in a situation, then stick to just one section at a time.
To put this simply, this is a word association activity. This lesson's activity takes common words that we associate emotional ties to, and hopefully make them positive; if not neutral.
With your actions done from the earlier chapters, you will then be shown a different outlook and so you change the programming of poorly associated words in your mind. Once you have good feelings for the words, your future will be less tainted by previous baggage.
Why not pick up the book now and learn more about how to have a great day.
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I am recording the book in audio format, so if you are interested then let me know at
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