Better Questions = Better Results

…”What shapes our lives are the questions we ask, refuse to ask, or never think to ask.” – Sam Keen.

Anyone that’s ever watched a gripping movie, or read a piece of good fiction, will know that the hero usually goes from one disaster to another until they reach the mother of all situations. – One where it looks like it’s lights out for them.

Watching, or reading the piece, you’re probably asking yourself how they’ll get out of it? – Something the writer had to work out when they put it together.

I know I had that problem with my own fiction writing.

Hoping to have my reader biting their nails as they went through the piece, I sometimes wrote myself into situations I thought I could never write myself out of.

Like James Bond strapped to the table, watching the lazer heading toward his family jewels, I’d look at the page and panic, thinking it was impossible to escape from.

Thing is, I always managed a way out of it.

How? By simply asking myself the same question…’How can I get out of this?’….and not giving up until I got an answer.

Here’s the thing….your brain loves being asked questions. – Ask better questions and you’ll get better answers.

Ask yourself why you’re stupid and can’t make money online and your noggin will give you plenty of reasons for that.

However…..ask yourself how you can make $10 dollars a day online, and you’ll start to find money making ideas come to you. – If you stick to asking that question and don’t let your brain off the hook.

Most people however, are too lazy to question themselves until they get answer. They either ask someone else – that hasn’t got clue/doesn’t think – or pay for someone else’s solution to their problem.

Now, if your question muscle is weak, start with something small and work from there.

– How can you make an extra $1 a day in your business?
– How can you speed up your writing by 1%?
– How can you add one new subscriber to your list today?

Once you do, start asking bigger questions for bigger and better answers.

How can I make $10, write 50% faster, add 1000 subscribers?

Better questions equals better results.

Oh, and if you’d like to know how I got out of those plotting problems, I used this.

PS – I got so good at it I wrote 17 books around the same three characters. – Something I’m still very proud of doing.

As Safe As Einstein’s Eyeballs

…when it comes to Einstein, most people think of his amazing brain – which was smaller than most – and what he was able to achieve with it.

His eyeballs,….well, that would be far down on my body parts list…if I was into grave robbing.

But for one person in New York, Einstein’s peepers mean a lot to them, hence being locked away in a safety deposit box.

Why they wanted, or got them in the first place, I haven’t got the foggiest idea? – People can be strange at times.

Me – I like to sell content that never goes off, has a long shelf life, and doesn’t attract flies to it.

One way I do that, is by delivering evergreen content digitally.

A click of a button, and ‘whoosh!’…..I can deliver a piece of content half way around the globe in seconds.

Most people I know would love to have something they could sell to folks and make money from, but they don’t.

For some, they buy stupid PLR reports and videos that they’re too embarrassed to put their name to.

For others, they don’t have the time to put something together, or know how to do it.

If this is you, I’ve something I think you’ll like.

Not only is it something you can sell – even to the offline folk, but it’s something you can use to build an email list for many months to come.

If you’re looking for a safe income earner, that you’ll be proud to stand behind, you can find it here.

PS – Here’s another eyeball fact I bet you didn’t know….

Table tennis was banned in the USSR between 1930 and 1950 because they thought it was too harmful to eyes.

…more strange folk there too.

“This Way To Your Free Popcorn!”

…you probably think you’re not the kinda person that could be led to a table of free popcorn without knowing it…but you’d be wrong.

One health food store tripled it’s sales of vegetable popcorn by using one simple marketing ploy.

What was it?

Simply painting monster footprints on the floor.

Leading from outside the doorway, the footprints led customers to the display that offered the free popcorn.

Once they tried it out, the numbers who bought the product went through the roof.

That’s the power of curiosity for ya.

Almost like my Children’s Book Rolodex.

What’s inside it? – I’ll give you a taster sample. – Five book ideas you probably never thought of doing.

Curious to know what they are?

Then follow the monster footprints to the free sample table here.

PS – I knew you couldn’t resist it.