Amazon has been teasing us all since last week when it announced Prime Day: a one-day shopping event on July 15, 2015, with more deals than Black Friday. Today, our Amazing.com office checked out Amazon Prime Day for ourselves! We went around and asked everyone what deals they got from Prime Day, so here you go – check out our new swag!
Let me start this off by mentioning that this was originally an email shared with the team at Amazing.com. I realized the advice was TOO valuable not to share with all of you, so of course I am going to!
Most people never spend a lot of time thinking about how to get the most done in the shortest amount of time possible.
There’s always going to be “too much to do” and you’re never going to be able to get everything done. The goal of time management isn’t to complete everything on your list, it’s to prioritize what’s on there.
After reading thousands of pages of time management material, going through workbooks, and even attending seminars, here is what I’ve found to be the simplest, quickest way to get in control of all the things you have going on starting today:
1. Know the bigger goal
First, start off with the bigger picture. For Amazing.com, the big picture is that we want to be THE place for helping entrepreneurs build and grow successful businesses. We want to add millions of members over the coming years and help them achieve financial freedom.
Ask yourself: What is YOUR business’s long-term objective? If you don’t know it yet, now is the time to figure that out. Everything you do (goals, tasks, etc.) should be tied to your long-term objective.
I have been a first-time entrepreneur and I’ve known and mentored many. In my experience and theirs, I’ve come across so many mistakes that are made that can often times lead to failure. I want you to learn from my mistakes so you can avoid them and achieve success even FASTER.
1. Negative mindset.
People often just don’t believe in themselves for whatever reason. They think, “It’s not possible for me, there’s something missing, I don’t have the abilities, I don’t have the friends, I don’t have the brains, I don’t have the tools.” There always seems to be an excuse. Thinking this way is self-destructive. What ends up happening once they start believing those things is they become their reality. It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Hey everyone! I?m the Editor for Amazing Profit Monthly, or APM as most of you know it. I am so excited to tell you about all of the changes happening with the magazine!
We wanted to not only give you a better reading experience, but also offer more features to help you get the most out of the content available.
For those of you who don?t know what APM is all about, we are a monthly magazine that only offers articles full of action-oriented strategies to take your business to the highest level. Each article is written by an expert in the industry – from SEO to optimizing Amazon listings and website redesign.
With the new changes coming to APM you’ll be able to do way more than just read the great content! Watch behind-the-scenes videos of our interviews with experts and course instructors, share any of your favorite articles with friends or industry peers via Facebook or Twitter, and connect with Amazing Selling Machine’s exclusive community for APM subscribers to ask questions, share business tips or just see what everyone else is talking about.
Same great content, just more of it and more ways to experience it! Right now you can subscribe to APM for a one-year subscription for $579… that is HALF OFF of our normal monthly rate of $97! We also offer a 30-day refund period – so if you aren?t so sure about it, there is literally no risk at all.
One of the things I pride myself on as an Editor is listening directly to our subscribers. With the new APM, we definitely have taken subscriber suggestions to heart and we hope to continue to do so to make this magazine even better going forward!
Last night, TechCrunch invaded Austin’s tech scene to host a Pitch-Off. Fledgling startups were given exactly 60 seconds to pitch their product in front of a live audience and a panel of expert judges.