A week ago I was chatting with one of my good buddies here Gaël and Founder of AuthorityHacker.com he showed me an amazing lander that he’s experimenting with and getting a lot of success with. I was amazed by how fast this page loaded and how professional and eye grabbing it looked, no wonder it was doing so well. I asked him how he made it and he said that he used Thrive Editor without hesitation I went and got me a copy of that Editor. That same night I met Paul, one of the founders of Thrive Editor he seemed like a nice intelligent and humble guy. The day after I opened a support ticket for the problem I was experiencing with the plugin. I was amazed that Paul himself replied to my ticket very quickly. He spent hours trying to dig into this problem which included making custom changes to my own server. I was really impressed by the amazing support and eventually not only did he fix the problem but he also gave me full refund for the time I had to wait. I’m truly thankful for that and I’m really enjoying creating blog posts with this tool, that in my opinion is a must-have for any serious blogger.
To be honest I make a decent amount of money especially for the place I live in. Which doesn’t motivate me too much to work more, especially when I have a very nice lifestyle for very little work. Thing is, deep inside, I do want to progress and I do want to improve. Been making the same amount of money approximately for months until now when I literally doubled my income in 1 month. What was the motivation you ask?
Very simple, I put myself in financial pressure, I spent a lot and had no other option than working more no matter what. As a result, I spent more, bought nice things that I liked and doubled my income at the same time. Why save money to have money, when you can make more money to have money?
Don’t give up for the “okay plateau” it’s always better having more than you need. and you’re the only one that knows what lights your fire to get up and get it no matter how ridiculous it sounds to others.
I’ve been reading a great book lately called “The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing” as recommended on CharlesNGO.com and I was really enjoying it. Yet on the list of to-read books the list is huge and I was wondering how much time it will take me to read all of that, until a friend of mine Alexandra told me about book summaries. which I realized was a great idea of getting the juice of the best books in very little time. If you have a book that you know gives great advice and you can’t afford reading all about why it is a great advice, try reading book summaries. You can find them online for most books.
Great tip, Thanks Alex.