Ronda Rousey; How To Kick Ass And Conquer Fear


Hell yes! Just bought Ronda Rousey’s new book for today’s Book-of-the-Day. She says: “I know that I can deal when things are bad. I can come back when things are at their worst. Grab your copy of the book here:

I’m not afraid of losing all my money or losing my career because I know I’m capable of living in my car and rising up.

Once you’ve conquered the worst things that could happen, there is no need to fear the unknown. The fight is yours to win”

You are a bad ass

Grab Ronda’s book and conquer your fears!

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The Digital Entrepreneur; How To Hardwire Your Online Business For Success

Hardwiring Your Business for Online Success.

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King of Capital


People waste about ten years of their life getting their hair cut, sitting in waiting rooms, brushing their teeth, etc.

You can use your downtime to get things done. Everything comes to those who hustle while they wait.

You have to have a capital objective to make your idea profitable.

Steve Wynn is a great example; he currently owns half of the hotels on the Vegas Strip. He started just like everyone else, but he knew how to grow his brand.

He had a plan.

There are certain steps you have to follow if you want to grow your business.

Step 1: Have a strategy and a plan.

Step 2: Be realistic in your capital objective – know the minimum amount of money you’re going to need to start.

Step 3: Make an approach plan – have at least ten people you can go to for an investment. There’s a good chance one person will be able to invest in you.

Step 4: Thicken up your skin – don’t get discouraged and take everything personally.

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A Kick In The Butt Story


The “Billion Dollar Machine.” Sometimes people need a kick in the butt.

When I was eighteen years old I made a deal with Joel Salatin to strike up my first business. I told him that I would do all the work if he would put up the money to buy cows for this rent-a-farm we were on.

I was in for a rude awakening. This experience was the “kick in the butt” crossroads in my life that I needed to come across.

I learned more in my time with Joel about time management and how not to procrastinate than I ever had before.

It completely changed the way I lived my life.

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