Leon was here/there :wave:
I remember that one. RK was still a good guy, Steve showed us how to invest in apartments, Kimberland didn't want her picture taken, me and Jon still have to get in a round of golf, Erin organised a lot of the activity but we didn't see much of her, Russ and Lee had...
From Theo Pathitis of the Dragon's Den.
MY GREATEST INSPIRATION - in association with Orange
There are more interviews in this series of 'My Greatest Inspiration' from Orange and Real Business. (it jumps back to the start when running out of buffer, so just drag the icon back to where you were...
I started the 30 day challenge in mid December. Haven't yet made my $1.
Traffic is slowly building though - had 63 visitors in Jan.
My niche is actually quite competitive though so I think it will take me some time to rank well, but when I do...:fastlane: (I hope...)
I do like learning...
Awesome lessons and thanks for sharing!:great:
Being in London I'm curious about the people you surround yourself with. A couple of questions on this:
Do you do business networking? How/where/why?
Are you part of a mastermind group? If so, what is your experience with them or the concept...
The title tag is a good place. As you are just starting your blog, the brand value of 'Zach and Cory' doesn't mean anything. I'd suggest something like:
MMO Pulse: Keeping the pulse of online gaming, by Zach and Cory.
MMO Pulse: The beat of online gamers, by Zach and Cory.
As far as...
I just had a quick look at the site, but I have no idea what its about. Perhaps having a mission or a passion statement as a logo will tell visitors what you are doing.
And being mostly video content, are you doing any Video SEO (e.g. titles and/or transcripts)?
SEOmoz | SEO for Video...
Great find! Thanks and speed++
Just spend around an hour over lunch on reading the whole transcript.
It has very interesting parallels to the fast-lane mindset as well as some general principles for online success.
Quotes I've taken that means something:
Fast-lane mind set:
Rich dad - Don't...
I've watched The Secret again recently and was reminded to do my vision board (I did).
How are your vision boards working out for you a year later? Was it successful?
Do you do goal-setting as a separate activity or are they the same thing as vision boards?
From the above quote it sounds like you want to have more 'successful' trades than 'unsuccessful' trades. If this is the case (and if it is not, I apologise), you might want to consider roulette - just bet on all the black squares and about half of the red squares and I can guarantee that...
I was doing the inventory of my stuff from the Develop Your Plan thread and was thunderstruck when I realised I had 45 pairs of socks (and 8 singles :) ). As I was counting my socks I was wondering how on earth I ended up with that many socks - it happens that when I need a new color sock...
I'm still following this thread.
My expenses for February were:
Â£7.50 - Banking Fees
Â£2.00 - Cloakroom
Â£10.99 - Education (book)
Â£24.82 - Entertainment (touristy type things in London)
Â£91.82 - Groceries
Â£6.00 - Haircut
Â£48.01 - Health (of which 43.25 is for gym membership)
I'll be curiously watching how things turn out for you. From my own experience I think the paper trading is only useful in teaching you to work your system but not anything about the return. The big learning for me was live trading and how to keep your emotions in check while still sticking...