Ah finally, we made progress.

So as of today, I’m managing two sites. I’m creating one, and redesigning the other.

One is a remodeling company, and the other is a musician.

My goal for both of them to rank #1 locally, and to get a serious boost in other keywords as well.


Man, this is so important.

I always had that feeling if I would keep doing a good habit, it would kind of catch up to me.

Like you know how bad habits or karma eventually catches up to you? I think the same is true for good habits.

Once you start seeing results, it kind of spurs you on to keep going further and turns into a kind of motivational snowball that only gets bigger.

That’s it man.

I’m just working on consistency cause if there was one thing I need in life, it’s that.

One Day, One Punch A Time

You guys probably don’t know, but I love Ben Settle.

He is who I watch for most of my knowledge for learning copywriting, so you best believe whenever he drops a new book I cop it.

So when he dropped his new book and threw in 30+ free videos if you send him a receipt, I jumped on that.

In one of this videos he talks about how that consistency is key. He loves the Rocky movies and relates daily emails to punches:

Not every punch is going to be a knockout, but if you keep going in the ring you’ll win.

And I paused the video right there, and got straight to writing this very email you’re reading right now.

I’ve had a couple more signups to the list too (i have no clue, but welcome) and I really need to stick with this.

What daily actions are you guys doing to make progress towards your goals for this year?

Reply back to me, I’d love to hear it.

Where the hell have I been?

I’ve been out and about to be honest.

I’m working on making money before I leave for Korea. Money is abundant so I’m not worried about being broke or dying in KOrea, but I like having more money than less $.

This has led me to continuing to spending $ though .

My latest purchase?

Paigham Bot.

So basically it’s a bot that scrapes search engines for contact information.

And then you can gather information like emails and such, and mass email them.

Or even mass submit to contact forms.

I’ll be trying to nail clients like this.

We’ll see how it works.

I’m also still organically cold emailing people, researching them, and following up by hand.

How was your New Years?

FINALLY: Travel When Your Heart Says Yes But Your Wallet Says No

So, I love traveling. Like a lot.

My passport got renewed to one of those new 10 year ones so now I’ve got a whole decade to fill up every page with stamps.

Problem is, flight tickets are a lot of money. UP FRONT.

Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could buy tickets, but on like, layaway?

Thanks to Airfordable, now you can.

So the entire process takes 3 steps:

  1. Screenshot flight details of ticket you want to buy

  2. Pay fraction upfront, and rest in installments

  3. Get ticket after last payment.

They don’t check credit scores, instead they charge a fee per ticket (there’s a calculator when you login) that you submit.

I’m heading out to Korea soon, and haven’t bought a ticket yet because the embassy lacking with my visa.

So seriously considering using this.

And after that… maybe Japan, Iceland, idk.

Where you heading out?

Loading more posts…