10 Things That Cause Misery

We all want to live a good life. A big part of living a good life is learning to avoid self-inflicted misery. Misery is defined as a cause or source of great distress or discomfort. Oddly enough, we make numerous choices in our lives that cause both short-term and long-term misery. In other words, we…

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What We Can Learn from Tom Brady About Success

Before the holidays, I ended up reading an awesome article about Tom Brady, the legendary quarterback of the New England Patriots on SI.com. I’m not a big sports fan, but for some reason, I’ve come back to this article a few times and have thought about it repeatedly. I am now fascinated by Brady and…

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Flipping Homes Vs. Renting Homes… Which is Better?

You wouldn’t believe the battle I have with clients over flipping homes vs. renting homes. Everyone wants to buy homes to fix up and resell. Nobody wants to buy a home and hold it as a long-term rental property. The real underlying decision someone considering these two options really becomes: Do I want to become…

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Act Now – How I Turn Ideas into Million-Dollar Products

A friend recently recommended the book “Act Now – How I Turn Ideas into Million-Dollar Products” by Kevin Harrington. You probably know Kevin Harrington from the first few seasons of Shark Tank. He is known as the “King of the Infomercial.” Harrington shares his journey in business in this great book and you’ll get to…

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New Study Highlights Best Email Subject Lines to Increase Open Rates and Response

As you know, one of the things that any business should test and track the heck out of is email data. In our weekly Master Marketer reports, I try to share my own observations and numbers regarding email, but the truth is that the only 100-PERCENT relevant data about email marketing is YOUR OWN data…

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