Archive for March, 2007
Some of us – like my fellow Warriors Craig Desorcy, James Allen, Allen Williams, Nick Kemp – are lucky enough to live in this beautiful, fun country. It is my wish that you too will come visit one day, and enjoy all that Japan has to offer. Give your IM business all your effort, and you can reap the rewards.
For now, I’d like to share a little bit of my Japan with you.
It was Rieko’s birthday on Saturday, so I took her to the bottom of the Kii Peninsula for a couple of days of R&R.
To those who have been purchasing my new “Recipe” reports I say, “Thanks for all the fish!” The sales over the two days Rieko and I were on holiday, paid for the whole holiday – and lots of tasty fish.
We rode the Ocean Arrow from Tennoji Station and enjoyed a nice journey through country towns, rice fields, and along the rocky seashore.
Our first excursion when we arrived in the fishing town of Kii Katsuura, was up to the beautiful Nachi Falls (Nachi no Taki).
Then we climbed the hill to the temple, with great views of the falls.
And we had some tea in front of the main temple. Note the priest in traditional garb talking on his cell phone – great juxtaposition.
We also pulled Omikuji sticks (long fortune-telling sticks) from these over-sized tumblers. More signs of a prosperous 2007
The Bowl Of Tuna
Returning to town, we walked down streets bedecked with flags depicting tuna – the main catch here. So, we entered a small restaurant and had super fresh Maguro Don (tuna on rice).
We took a boat to our hotel – Naka no Shima Hotel. This big hotel sits on its own island, with great views of the beautiful outer islands.
We relaxed in some splendid outdoor hot pools. These are fed directly from hot springs under the island. It was great soaking in these mineral-rich waters and looking out over the ocean.
Later, a veritable feast of a dinner was served in our room. This leisurely repast lasted over 1 1/2 hours, as serving after serving of delicacies were brought to our Kotatsu (low Japanese table).
Between all the food, two soaks in the hot pools, and copious quantities of Sake and Ume Wine, I finally caught up on some of the sleep I had been missing the last two productive weeks.
Now, I’m fully rested up and ready to dig into Recipe #3 – which BTW will be coming out next week.
The Next Day – A Whale Of A Day
After a great night’s sleep, buffet breakfast, and one last lingering soak in the hot pools, we were off on another adventure. Today, we’d ride the whale-shaped tour ship for a ride around the beautiful islands.
The boat dropped us off at Taiji – an old whaling port, where we enjoyed a quiet stroll and another reat lunch.
The Last Word
To those of you who are still at the beginning of your journey into IM, I’d like you to note this. You can do this. This is the kind of lifestyle IM can afford you – if you work hard at building your business first.
Focus on one goal and go for it. Before you know it, you’ll be going on vacations paid for by one of your smaller projects.
Yes, the next $7 report in the “Recipes” series, debuted at 9:15 PM Eastern time. It went instantly ballistic. First in where those who bought #1 – “Recipe For Quick And Easy Product Creation”. Then, the commotion started pulling in new customers. Some great feedback from Warriors like Jack Bastide, Pat Brucoli, Bev Clement, Dr Mani, Dominic Lee, and Brian McElroy got things fired up.
Here – check out the You Tube video to discover more about this latest addition to the Product Creation Labs:
Then, go see what the commotion is about – over at the Warrior Forum:
Or, go direct to “Recipe For Hot-Selling Sales Letters”:
Wednesday at 9:15 PM Eastern, the follow up to the wildly popular “Recipe For Quick And Easy Product Creation” will be debuting at the Warrior Forum. It will be offered as a Warrior Special Offer.
More details will be released tomorrow.
If you didn’t get your hands on the first report, it can still be picked up at:
Take a quick look here to find the answer:
In recent weeks, $7 reports have been trouncing the high-price offerings of the “big buck gurus”. See … $7 reports are a hell of a lot easier to sell than a $47 e-book. When you sell a $7 report, you don’t need a long-winded sales leter to convince customers to part with a wad of cash. It’s only $7, and people are much more willing to spend what literally amounts to the cost of two Big Macs.
That means, you can soon have a steady stream of $7 deposits pouring into your PayPal account.
Imagine waking up to this sight every morning! A whole slew of $7 deposits filling up your inbox. This one page represents $175 — and there’s more pages!
It’s so exciting to open your e-mail client when you’re selling $7 reports!
And those deposits just keep pouring in.
What did it take to get these sales? Simply creating a quick report (10-30 pages on one focused topic – this ain’t a book).
And … you can do this too. I’ve created a fantastic simple, step-by-step recipe for you:
With this recipe, you’ll easily put together a hot-selling report and have those deposits pouring into your PayPal account – in just a few hours from now.
And, guess what? The recipe is also just $7.
The You Tube WSO has closed its doors. Thanks to all those who sent bottles of the lovely fermentations of the fruit of the vines, especially those who sent me some original selections for my wine cellar.
For those who missed this WSO, it was a set of videos taking you through the steps of recycling one of your articles on You Tube – like this:
Here’s a list of the more interesting vintages I received:
edlewis – a lovely Franzia
niteprowler – a glass of the exquisite 1997 Abreu Madrona Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon
boysbach – a Bollinger with a serving dish full of Lindt truffles
DonFriesen – a 2001 Caronne Ste Gemme Haut-Medoc
jimbob – a 2001 Cotes-du-Rhone Villages Cairanne Domaine d’Aeria
TimPhelan – a Morgan David
KenStrong – a box of red & white mixed wines (what class)
Mohsin – a cup of coffee (he’s trying to keep me sober)
eskahlon – a bottle of fantastic Ontario Ice Wine
Popstar – a small taste of the exclusive 1996 Chateau Lafite-Rothschild Pauillac
The decision was difficult, so I decided that prizes were deserved all around. I’m rustling around in my treasure chest right now and will be sending prizes out to all.
Ken Strong, who showed his superior taste, will be the lucky recipient of the leftover contents of my sock drawer.
Thank you again for participating. You made it another fun WSO.
PS: My other WSO (the Digital Spy Training) is still live and available for only $14: