May 24th, 2018 | By Tom Woods
The one clickbaity title I’ve ever used in the 1160+ episodes of the Tom Woods Show was “My Productivity Secret.”
People listened in droves. They had to know what it was!
After all, I’d researched, recorded, edited, and developed assignments for 400 videos on history and government for the Ron Paul Curriculum. I’d created Liberty Classroom. I lectured all over the country and the world. I had written 12 books before I turned 40. I had edited an encyclopedia series. I had written hundreds of articles. And on and on.
How was I doing it?
And then the letdown:
My productivity secret was that I more or less killed myself, denied myself hobbies and simple pleasures, and never relaxed.
Well, that’s a lousy productivity secret!
But these days, I have things under control.
In fact, when people say to me “I know you’re busy, but…” I take it as an insult — as if I don’t know how to manage my time.
But I do.
If you could get more done in the same amount of time, and feel less stress, would it be worth $10?
In fact — and here’s the ultimate time-saver — what if I could show you a course on time management that you could not only enjoy yourself, but also get whitelabel rights to so you could sell it as your own product, all for $10 (or even less, depending on how quickly you act)?
You’d think sleep deprivation had given me brain damage.
But I don’t deprive myself of sleep anymore, and the ol’ noggin is doing just fine.
The first step is admitting, as I did, that you have a time problem.
The second step:
May 18th, 2018 | By Tom Woods
Stephen Hawking had a brilliant scientific mind.
So did Albert Einstein.
But when they spoke outside their areas of expertise, and tried to lecture us on economics or even metaphysics, the results were embarrassing.
Engineers are brilliant people.
But when they try to do a marketer’s job, the results are just as bad.
They’re talking geekspeak about all the features of their product, instead of speaking English about the benefits to the consumer.
Let the experts do the selling.
If you’re new to all this, you too may find it hard to sell things.
So let the experts do the heavy lifting. Don’t be like Einstein talking economics. For the love of all that is decent, don’t do that.
That’s the beauty of Covert Commissions — you don’t have to sell anything. Just give away something valuable, and the robots (figuratively speaking) take it from there for you.
Do this, and you’ll be smarter than Einstein.
My bonuses (including a fast-expiring coupon code, plus how to get a free Skype consult with me):
The thing itself:
May 10th, 2018 | By Tom Woods
You and I are watching the unfolding of some pretty scary economic and social developments in the Western world. It’s demoralizing, even terrifying.
You’re probably feeling a lot of uncertainty.
Maybe you’re worried that SJWs at work could make your life miserable, or even get you fired.
Or you’re concerned about what the next Fed-fueled recession could bring.
Or worried that automation could threaten your job.
Do not wait until these things happen to formulate your exit plan. Make it your spare-time project right now: creating an online side hustle that one day you could step into as your main gig.
If I understand you right, your major question for me isn’t “Which WordPress plugins are the most important?” or “How do I integrate my autoresponder with my eCommerce store?”
It’s “What the heck do I do, and where do I start?”
Well, I have the answer.
It’s not without work, and it’s not “get rich quick.” It does involve effort, particularly at the start. But the idea is to create something that, thanks to the Internet, can someday run more or less on its own.
That’s true of most of the projects that support my family and me right now. I paid my dues at the beginning, and now they run without much direct intervention by me at all.
So no, that’s not a fake promise. That’s the whole point of all this.
You know I’m right when I tell you that putting this project off is a bad decision.
Learn as much as you can as soon as you can.
May 2nd, 2018 | By Tom Woods
OK, try this on for a bonus:
I am in love with Viddyoze, which creates incredible, Hollywood-quality video intros featuring your logo, or whatever text you choose.
It gives you instant credibility and makes you look established (and like you know what you’re doing).
No wonder it’s the #1 seller out of nearly 60,000 products on JVZoo.
So here’s the deal.
You may not believe me now, but I’m telling you: if you’re on this list and you’re looking to start an online business, or earn affiliate commissions, or whatever, you will sooner or later start making videos.
That’s just a fact.
Pick up Viddyoze through my link below, and between now and when one of us drops dead, I will promote one video you make to one of my social media outlets, each of which has many tens of thousands of followers.
It can be a political video, a video on some hobby of yours, or even a video promoting an affiliate product, with your affiliate link in the description.
Now that’s a bonus, my friend.
It’s like a Get Out of Jail Free card in Monopoly: even if you don’t need it at the moment, it’s nice to have in your back pocket.
This Viddyoze promotion ends two days [edit: now just one day] from now, and this bonus (and the three others I’m offering) will be withdrawn.
My Viddyoze demo and bonuses:
April 20th, 2018 | By Tom Woods
I don’t obsess over email metrics, but sometimes I’m too curious not to look.
Here’s the thing:
(1) If you want to earn anything, you need people to see what you have to offer — whether it’s your own product or something you’re offering as an affiliate.
(2) Therefore, you need to know how to drive traffic or build an audience (which is hard if you don’t know what you’re doing).
Yesterday’s email contained two absolutely foolproof ways to do this.
And it got my lowest open rate of the year.
So I shall gently push back:
People: you need to eat your broccoli, so to speak. Topics like this may not sound fun, but they are absolutely the difference between success and failure online.
It’s covered a bit in the webinar replay from this week, too (and which you can view via the bonuses link below), so that will help.
Oh, and I’ve added $2K worth of bonuses.
(And no, that’s not Internet marketerspeak, where they take $20 worth of crap and call it a $7000 bonus. This is the most massive bonus I’ve ever offered.)
What does $2K worth of bonuses look like?
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