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I hope you enjoy your free Motivational Marketing Messages PLR bundle!

I wanted to do something more - something bigger - for Amy's list only. 

So I put together a combination package that includes 8 of my best personal development & success PLR bundles PLUS, I included three of my challenges (my version of a course) that you can take to improve your online efforts. 

The great thing about these courses is that I offer hand holding for you - you can reach out to me, ask questions, bounce ideas off of me, etc.

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8 Top Tier Private Label Rights Packages

I hand selected eight of my best self help and personal development content packs and bundled them up for you so that you can cater to the needs of your audience for the weeks and months ahead. 

In this enormous deal, you get all of this:

Personal Satisfaction: Living Life on Your Own Terms FE (Value $20)

1. Your Self Perception Wasn’t Chosen By You – 496 words
2. Quit Faking Happiness and Learn How to Live Authentically – 470 words
3. Don’t Shoulder the Burden of Everyone Else’s Problems – 488 words
4. Start Prioritizing What Matters Most to You – 466 words
5. How to Handle Adversity with Your Head Held High – 465 words
6. Are You Squandering Your Energy on Things That Don’t Matter? – 481 words
7. Set Boundaries to Protect Yourself from Negative Influences – 469 words
8. Choose Your Reaction to What Life Sends Your Way – 448 words
9. You Can’t Enjoy Personal Satisfaction If You’ve Adopted the Label of Victim – 434 words
10. Become the Best Version of Yourself By Weeding Out Bad Traits – 440 words
11. Gain Appreciation for What’s Going Right in Your Life – 460 words
12. How Many Meaningful Experiences Have You Had in Life? – 512 words
13. You Can’t Achieve Goals without Grit – 442 words
14. Be Honest About Whether or Not You’re Guilty of Complacency – 451 words
15. You Don’t Have to Be a Natural to Achieve Success – 474 words
16. Are Your Closest Relationships Supporting Your Personal Satisfaction? – 441 words
17. To Live Life on Your Own Terms, You Have to Retrain Your Brain – 453 words
18. Don’t Just Change Your Beliefs – Change Your Behaviors! – 437 words
19. Life on Your Own Terms May Mean Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone – 454 words
20. Being in Charge of Your Life Doesn’t Mean Closing the Door on Vulnerability – 428 words

Personal Satisfaction: Living Life on Your Own Terms OTO (Value $46)

eBook: Gain Confidence to Take Back Control of Your Life

This 30-page, 12,053-word eBook covers the following topics:

– It’s Never Too Late to Believe in Yourself
– Awareness Is Key to Killing Negative Thoughts
– Boost Your Confidence By Actively Working on Yourself
– Surround Yourself with Those Who Contribute to Your Confidence
– Achieve Control of Your Life By Celebrating Small Successes

Short Report: Finding Your True Passion in Life

This 6-page, 2,487-word report starts with an introduction and then covers:

– Identify What You Dislike About Your Career Right Now
– Research Careers That Provide the Personal Satisfaction You Crave
– Can You Turn a Hobby Into a Career?
– You Don’t Have to Rely on Your Natural Talents for Success
– Battle the Backlash That Change Brings About

5-Part Email Series

- Dial Down the Stress in Your Life for More Personal Satisfaction - 436 words
- Finding Out What Matters Most to You - 429 words
- The Problem with Spreading Yourself Too Thin - 419 words
- Identify What's Stealing Your Personal Satisfaction - 422 words
- Is What You're Pursuing Worth the Pain You're Putting Yourself Through? - 422 words

5 Product Reviews

- Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No to Take Control of Your Life - 450 words
- Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on It - 437 words
- Blink: The Power of Thinking without Thinking - 431 words
- Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One - 451 words
- The Power of Vulnerability: Teachings of Authenticity, Connection and Courage - 467 words

Laying the Groundwork for Success in Work and Life FE (Value $40)


1. Very Few Goals Are Reached without a Plan – 481 words
2. If Failure Intimidates You, Gain Confidence Through Preparation – 496 words
3. Get Lost in Your Dreams and Let Your Excitement Fuel You – 475 words
4. Developing a Game Plan Allows You to Anticipate Obstacles – 509 words
5. Having a Strategy Mapped Out Helps You Achieve Goals Faster – 453 words
6. It’s Not Enough to Have a Plan – You Have to Have Commitment, Too – 493 words
7. Your Plans Should Be Based on What You’re Confident You Can Contribute – 483 words
8. It’s Okay to Plan the Start of Your Journey without Knowing How It Will End – 498 words
9. Be Prepared for Your Plans to Take Different Forms Over Time – 483 words
10. Some of Your Plans Can Be Contingent on Other Things Taking Place – 484 words


1. Implementing Your Plans Requires Courage, Determination and Commitment – 462 words
2. Follow Through of Each Task Is Essential to the Truth About Your Effort – 496 words
3. Momentum Is Key to Crossing the Finish Line with Your Goals – 443 words
4. Time Management Is a Crucial Skill in Learning How to Execute Your Plans Efficiently – 515 words
5. Continually Prioritize Your Tasks for the Day for Maximum Progress – 483 words
6. Collect Data and Make Notes for Future Analysis of Your Efforts – 460 words
7. As You Execute Your Plans, Pay Close Attention to Your Level of Competence – 452 words
8. Have Backup Options for Processes that Aren’t Being Implemented Smoothly – 511 words
9. Strong Execution of a Plan Requires Precise Definition of Roles – 466 words
10. Don’t Second Guess Yourself During the Execution of a Plan – 453 words


1. Decide How You Want to Measure Your Success – 489 words
2. If This is a Repetitive Project, Consider the First Implementation Your Base – 512 words
3. How Do You Want Your Process to Evolve Over Time? – 476 words
4. Did Your Results Live Up to Your Expectations, Exceed Them or Fall Short? – 487 words
5. Did Any Patterns Develop During the Implementation of a Strategy? – 464 words
6. Evaluate the Time It Took to Reach Your Goal – 520 words
7. Look at the Quality of the End Result and See If It Can Be Improved and How – 478 words
8. Analyze the Cost of Success and See Where Your Budget Can Be Improved – 477 words
9. Evaluations May Need to Take Place an Intervals – 481 words
10. Don’t Just Evaluate the Results - Analyze the Impact – 453 words


1. Repeating Your Efforts Results in Success Becoming a Habit – 461 words
2. Each Time You Repeat a Project, Work on Leveling Up a Bit – 473 words
3. To Mark the End of a Successful Project Celebrate Your Efforts - 450 words
4. Scale Up with Your Success By Revolutionizing Your Efforts – 469 words
5. Don’t Avoid the Struggle By Relishing Your Success – 452 words
6. If You Believe Fate Controlled Your Journey It’ll Be Hard to Replicate Your Success – 454 words
7. Keep Pushing Toward a Second Success without Listening to the Naysayers – 472 words
8. Become a Serial Winner By Parlaying Your Success Into a Next Level Goal – 468 words
9. Be Careful About Allowing Others to Leech Off Your Success – 482 words
10. Take Any Element That Failed and Modify It Until It’s Part of Your Success – 473 words

* Articles also in Report format with eCovers

Laying the Groundwork for Success in Work and Life OTO1 (Value $77)

eBook: How to Go From Floundering Failure to Systematic Success

This 15,019-word, 30+ -page book includes the following chapters and subheadings:

Chapter 1: When Inspiration Turns Into an Enemy

- You Start Out Lost in Your Daydreams
- From Zero to 60 Right Out of the Gate
- You Out Yourself as a Bona Fide Imposter
- Suddenly, You’re Your Own Worst Enemy
- Fight Back with Formidable Plans – It’s You Against You

Chapter 2: When Indecision Grinds Progress to a Halt

- Indecision Can Arise at Any Stage
- Don’t Be Afraid to Use a Pros and Cons List
- Ask for Advice from People You Trust
- If in Doubt Trust Your Instincts
- Create a Long-Term Forecast for Every Option

Chapter 3: When Fear Throws You off Your Game

- Everyone Is Nervous About Trying Something New
- Do It Afraid and Let Courage Come Later
- Are You Afraid That Success Will Chain You to Something You May Not Like?
- Do You Fear Ridicule By Your Peers?
- Do You Fear the Process of Success Because It Inevitably Involves Failure?

Chapter 4: When the Competition Looks Insurmountable

- Never Let the Competition Intimidate You Out of Your Plans
- To Beat the Competition, Become Their Customer
- If You’re Not Competitive, Do Something About It
- Forget About Being the Best – Try Being Unique Instead
- Your Biggest Competition Should Be Yourself

Chapter 5: When You Look at Your Choices and Regret Sets In

- You Never Have to Live with Regret Permanently
- Regret Is a Normal Part of Life and Serves a Purpose
- Two Kind of Regret and How to Deal with Them
- When Regret Surfaces, Take Time to Analyze It
- Don’t Plan on Avoiding Regret “Someday”

Chapter 6: When Work and Life Intrude on One Another

- The Ultimate Success Is to Have Work-Life Balance
- Don’t Feel the Pressure to Prioritize One Over the Other
- Is Your Work-Life Schedule Out of Whack?
- Don’t Let Stress from One Area Seep in to the Other
- Organization and Communication Are Skills That Help with Work-Life Balance

20 Articles:

1. How to Be Mindful of Your Success – 450 words
2. Can Positive Affirmations Help Lay the Groundwork for Your Success? – 444 words
3. Are You Prepared to Do Whatever It Takes to Succeed? – 429 words
4. If You Don’t Believe in Yourself, Success Will Always Elude You – 433 words
5. The Most Successful People in Life Avoid Procrastination Like the Plague – 413 words
6. Part of Your Success Plan Should Include Strategic Networking – 419 words
7. Are You Sure You Want Your Goals Bad Enough? – 463 words
8. Pushing Through Obstacles When You’re Discouraged – 409 words
9.Developing a Success Mindset Means No More Scrambling – 417 words
10. Your Goal Should Be Simplicity and That May Mean Hard Work Initially – 436 words
11. Stop Stressing About Life and Start Pursuing Dreams That Excite You – 410 words
12. As You Plan Your Success Make Sure you Plan for Disaster, Too – 448 words
13. To Have the Best Chance at Success, Be a Good Student – 436 words
14. A Humble Mindset Helps You Pursue Success Faster - 407 words
15. Find a Mentor for the Kind of Success You’re Seeking - 420 words
16. Set Boundaries in Life to Help You with Your Success – 435 words
17. Don’t Burn Bridges as You Build Your Road to Success – 422 words
18. Some Things Are Out of Your Control as You Work Toward Success – 452 words
19. Live a Life Free of Regret By Making Deliberate Choices – 415 words
20. Be Smart When It Comes to Spending Money on Your Success - 414 words

4 Short Reports:

Report #1: Accept and Appreciate Your Journey Toward Success

This 6-page, 2,517-word report starts with a short introduction and then covers the following:

- It’s Okay If You’re Not Where You Want to Be
- Are You Moving in the Right Direction?
- It’s Not All About the Destination
- Relish All of the Moments You Overcome Unexpected Obstacles
- Look Forward to the Secrets That Will Be Revealed to You on Your Journey

Report #2: Get Real About Your Strengths and Weaknesses

This 5+ page, 2,224-word report starts with a short introduction and then covers the following:

- Why Do Employers Always Want the Answer to This Question?
- When You Map Out Your Flaws, Look for the Yin to Your Yang
- Sometimes a Weakness Can Be a Blessing in Disguise (And Sometimes Not)
- Should You Waste Time Strengthening Your Weaknesses?
- The Biggest Strength and Weakness in Most Successful Individuals

Report #3: Build on Your Good Habits and Eliminate the Bad Ones

This 5+ page, 2,441-word report starts with a short introduction and then covers the following:

- The Process of Identifying Your Pattern of Habits
- Stop Procrastinating and Wasting Time If You Want to Find Success
- Develop the Right Mindset and Do Away with Negative Thinking
- Develop a Love of the Pursuit of Learning
- Approach Success as a Whole Life Concept

Report #4: Create Success Based on Your Personal Preferences

This 6+ page, 2,679-word report starts with a short introduction and then covers the following:

- Figure Out Your Preferences Before You Pursue Success
- Pursue Success on Your Preferred Schedule
- Do You Work Best Alone or with Others?
- Common Examples of Personal Preferences That Can Impact Your Success
- Be Careful Not to Let Your Personal Preferences Interfere with Your Success

5 Product Reviews:

1. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – 499 words
2. Mindset: The New Psychology of Success – 479 words
3. Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance – 480 words
4. The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results – 473 words
5. The Energy Bus: 10 Rules to Fuel Your Life, Work and Team with Positive Energy – 497 words

Adopting a Proactive Mindset PLR (Value $35)

Phase 1: 10 Articles on Awareness

Do You Feel Trapped or Stuck in a Rut? - 448 words
You Have to Admit When It’s Time for Change - 426 words
What to Do When Your Life Has Become a Disappointment - 462 words
Be Willing to Walk Away from a Life That Doesn’t Serve Your Needs - 414 words
Have You Been Blind to the Truth About Your Life? - 413 words
Wake Up and Realize You’ve Been Spinning Your Wheels! - 412 words
Is It Possible You’ve Been Steered onto the Wrong Path? - 415 words
Don’t Be Afraid to Regret and Move On - 412 words
Progress Can Only Come About When You’re Honest with Yourself - 408 words
Being Uncomfortable Is Part of Achieving Your Dreams - 411 words

Phase 2: 10 Articles on Analysis

What Strengths Do You Have to Help You Change Your Life? - 458 words
What Weaknesses Do You Have That Could Sabotage Your Efforts? - 400 words
Looks for Opportunities to Create the Life You Want - 413 words
Challenge Yourself to Make a Commitment to Change - 410 words
Believe in Yourself and Your Ability to Be Successful - 406 words
The Different Levels of Personal Satisfaction - 426 words
Why Aren’t We as Strategic with Success as We Are with Less Important Things? - 447 words
Which Areas of Your Life Are Faltering Most? - 404 words
Are Bad Habits Affecting the Outcome of Your Efforts? - 420 words
What External Factors Threaten Your Success? - 436 words

Phase 3: 10 Articles on Action Taking

Shelve the Fear and Stock Up on Courage - 401 words
Know When You Need to Recharge Your Mindset - 417 words
Focus on What’s Going Well as Proof of Success - 410 words
Every Day Is a Choice Between Staying Stagnant or Progressing - 413 words
Get Excited About Making Progress - 412 words
Eliminate the Burden of Overthinking - 424 words
Serious Success Isn’t Based on Wishful Thinking - 410 words
Be Relentless in Your Pursuit of Change - 427 words
Don’t Let Your Mind Steer You Toward Procrastination - 421 words
Study the Great Minds of Successful Role Models - 420 words

Report: Go Getters Aren’t Born with a Success Mindset

This 5-page, 2,233-word report starts with an introduction and then covers the following:

Some People Seem to Have It All So Easily
Backstory Is the Hidden Formula for Success
They Put Just as Much Effort Into Mindset as They Do Action
Surround Yourself with the Right influences
Always Be a Work in Progress

Adopting a Proactive Mindset OTO 1 (Value $87)

61-Page eBook: 10 Ways You Can Become a Success Story

This 61-page, 25,309-word eBook starts with an introduction and then covers the following:

Chapter 1: Let Go of Good Intentions
Chapter 2: Give Up All of Your Excuses
Chapter 3: Don’t Just Know Your Why – Fight for It!
Chapter 4: Be Strategic with Goals and Milestones
Chapter 5: Work on Your Self Esteem
Chapter 6: Don’t Set Yourself Up for Failure
Chapter 7: Become Someone Who Craves Knowledge
Chapter 8: Stay Energized to Help You Achieve Your Goals
Chapter 9: Master Your Time Management Skills
Chapter 10: Develop Lifestyle Habits That Contribute to Your Success

Report #1: 5 Ways You Sabotage Your Success

This 6-page, 2,612-word report starts with an introduction and then covers the following:

- You Listen to Others
- You Live in the Past
- You Aren’t Consistent
- You Go to Extremes
- You Believe in Perfectionism

Report #2: A Day in Your Life as a Go Getter

This 5 and ½ page, 2,526-word report starts with an introduction and then covers the following:

- You Live By a Routine
- You Know How to Prioritize Your Day
- You Don’t Stray from Work
- You Delegate to Others or Utilize Tools Efficiently
- You Enjoy the Life You Work Hard to Create

15 Product Reviews

1. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change - 489 words
2. Can't Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds - 518 words
3. Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe the World - 484 words
4. The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom - 495 words
5. Emotional Intelligence 2.0 - 508 words
6. Mindset: The New Psychology of Success - 4799 words
7. Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win - 482 words
8. The Algebra of Happiness: Notes on the Pursuit of Success, Love, and Meaning - 516 words
9. The Greatest You: Face Reality, Release Negativity, and Live Your Purpose - 526 words
10. Secrets of Six-Figure Women: Surprising Strategies to Up Your Earnings and Change Your Life - 544 words
11. The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level - 509 words
12. The Energy Bus: 10 Rules to Fuel Your Life, Work, and Team with Positive Energy - 528 words
13. Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less - 478 words
14. Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion - 515 words
15. The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph - 522 words

Systemized Habits of High Achievers FE (Value $35)

1. Why Successful People Rely on Milestones to Help Them Achieve Their Goals - 417 words
2. Successful Individuals Don’t Keep Things in Their Head - 414 words
3. High Achievers Learn and Log Ideas from Others - 412 words
4. Successful Men and Women Track and Analyze Their Results - 412 words
5. Go Getters Know the Right Way to Prioritize Their Day - 405 words
6. Successful Men and Women Journal to Crystalize Their Plans - 457 words
7. High Achievers Track and Tweak Their Mental and Physical Progress - 416 words
8. Successful People Remind Themselves to Be Grateful - 424 words
9. Go Getters Are Savvy About Financial Matters - 428 words
10. Ambitious People Have a Habit of Giving Back - 452 words
11. High Achievers Have Plans So They Can Act without Hesitation - 423 words
12. Successful People Have a System for Communication - 415 words
13. Leaders Know How to Start Their Day Off on the Right Foot - 411 words
14. Go Getters Stay in Charge of Their Schedule and Don’t Let It Take Charge of Them - 434 words
15. High Achievers Have a Systematic Approach to Networking - 441 words
16. Successful People Say Goodbye to Pride, Ego and Fear - 438 words
17. Top Performers Eliminate Distractions and Set the Tone for Success - 434 words
18. High Achievers Are Detail-Oriented - 430 words
19. Leaders Achieve Success By Being Flexible to Changes - 424 words
20. Go Getters Enjoy Their Daily Routines - 450 words
21. Top Performers Like to Focus on Their Flaws for Improvement - 416 words
22. High Achievers Put Themselves in Other People’s Shoes - 417 words
23. Successful People Have a Plan in Place for Completion - 411 words
24. Leaders Have a Process to Eliminate Mental Clutter - 410 words
25. Go Getters Rely on Their Ethics and Character to Build on Their Success - 409 words
26. High Achievers Love to Encounter Problems - 435 words
27. Top Performers Enjoy the Journey, Not Just the Destination - 424 words
28. The Best Leaders Know How to Listen for the Best Results - 406 words
29. High Achievers Aren’t Afraid to Ask Questions - 428 words
30. Go Getters Use Their Strengths and Delegate Their Weaknesses - 429 words
31. Top Leaders Excel at the Unimportant - 433 words
32. Successful People Don’t Overthink Things - 404 words
33. High Achievers Spend Time Visualizing Their Success - 417 words
34. Go Getters See No Benefit in Complaining - 426 words
35. Top Performers Aren’t Afraid to Be Trend Setters - 429 words

Systemized Habits of High Achievers OTO 1 (Value $70)

30-Page eBook: Systematically Achieve the Success You Want in Work and Life

This 14,421-word, 30+ page eBook covers the following:

Chapter 1: Set Expectations for Your Future
Chapter 2: Develop a Success-Driven Daily Routine
Chapter 3: Find a Mentor You Can Look Up to
Chapter 4: Create a Mindset That’s Unstoppable
Chapter 5: Use Your Competition to Catapult You Forward
Chapter 6: Discover What Motivates You the Most
Chapter 7: Learn How to Delegate Less Important Matters to Others
Chapter 8: Carve Out Mental or Spiritual Time to Focus
Chapter 9: Dissecting a Failure and Using it to Fuel Your Future
Chapter 10: Become Disciplined Enough to Achieve Success

5-Page Sales Letter

1,601 Words Including:

Call to Action
Post Scripts

Lead Magnet: 10 Ways to Achieve Success with Measurable Goals

This 10+ page, 4,808-word report starts with an introduction and then covers the following:

Find a Sweet Spot for Success
Set Time Aside for Analysis
Learn How to Be Very Specific
Find a Trusted Person to Take a Fresh Look at Your Efforts
Utilize a Visualization Tool to Map Out Your Success
Track Different Types of Growth
Measure Your Work-Life Balance Satisfaction
Start with the Hardest Things and Move to Easier
Track Your Change in Confidence and Follow Through
Pass Down Your Knowledge to Cement It in Your Life

5-Part Email Series:

Email #1: Change Is Hard – Are You Ready? - 413 words
Email #2: The Payoff Is Worth It If You’re Willing to Commit - 456 words
Email #3: Don’t Allow Others to Dictate Your Course of Action - 512 words
Email #4: Reflect on Your Future Before You Set Things in Motion - 513 words
Email #5: Set Aside Self Doubt as You Work Toward Success - 429 words


1. Become More Successful Through Conscious Reflection - 490 words
2. True Performers Track and Celebrate Small Achievements - 521 words
3. What Emotions Are Attached to Your Habits? - 502 words
4. Successful People Track Other People’s Progress, Too - 446 words
5. If You Want to Experience Success, Make Sure It’s Not All About Money - 495 words
6. Don’t Always Have an Agenda for Personal Growth - 510 words
7. Know Your Intentions and Track How Well You Do - 498 words
8. Track Your Education and Level Up on a Continual Basis - 451 words
9. Measure Your Accountability Versus Blame - 459 words
10. Track Your Time Zappers - 504 words

Product Reviews:

1. Measures of Success: React Less, Lead Better, Improve More - 428 words
2. Every Single Day: A Simple Prescription for Transformation - 481 words
3. Measuring Success: Your Path To Significance, Satisfaction, & Leading Yourself To The Next Level - 441 words
4. 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do - 544 words
5. Success Habits For Dummies - 475 words
6. Million Dollar Habits - 451 words
7. Success Habits - 466 words
8. Habits for Success: Inspired Ideas to Help You Soar - 475 words
9. Rich Habits - The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals - 481 words
10. Millionaire Success Habits: The Gateway to Wealth & Prosperity - 488 words

Wow! That's a TON of content you can use that will free up your time for other marketing tasks while at the same time motivating and inspiring your audience.

That means you're paying just over $0.06 per page for top quality content that helps you beef up your blog, recommend products, capture names and email addresses and launch a product of your own!

Plus 3 Personal Use Courses

These courses are created as "go at your own pace" challenges, where you're given lessons in increments, and you can implement them, ask for feedback or get help along the way, and continue on to completion. 

They are not private label rights to be passed along to others.

There are three courses total - the Business Organization Challenge, Major Mindset Shift Challenge, and the Writing Productivity Challenge. 

Business Organization Challenge (Value $17)

Working for yourself can be stressful. You have to do it all, and you can't really afford to make mistakes.

Regardless of where you are on this journey, my Business Organization Challenge is going to assist you in being competitive without increasing your stress load. 

Important: In the lessons, I'm showing you a tool that I'm using personally (called Scrivener). But you don't have to use it - if you prefer to simply use folders and Word documents, you can.

I originally bought Scrivener for my fiction book projects, but I was talking to a fellow writer who told me she used it for all kinds of things - including her business projects and even in her personal life!

It was an amazing revelation to me! And she was right! I started using the tool for everything I was doing. And now I want to share this organization process with you.

So this is what we're going to cover during this 10-Day challenge (it's called a challenge because at the end of each lesson I give you a task to try):

Day 1: Organize Your Learning and Leveling Up Information

In this lesson, we go over how to get organized with everything you have to learn in order to level up as a business owner. Things like niche information, marketing strategies, time management, traffic generation, mindset, and more!

Day 2: Organize Your  Info Product Development

In this lesson, we cover how you can stay organized and productive whenever you're creating an info product of your own. We'll go over topics like organizing your research, brainstorming, outlines, media formats, and launch task lists.

Day 3: Organize Your Procedures and Vital Information

In this lesson, we go over an effective method to organize all of the standard operating procedures you develop for your business, along with tracking your purchases and usage of products, important contacts, and future business development.

Day 4: Organize Your Blog Content

In this lesson, we cover a fast and effective way to get organized with your blogging tasks. You'll learn how to organize your editorial calendar, research, media elements, inspiration and standard operating procedures for blogging.

Day 5: Organize Your PLR Projects 

In this lesson, we go over a method for using PLR in a well-organized manner so that you're not buying and forgetting about content you've bought in the past. This will help you organize the PLR strategically for various use in your business.

Day 6: Organize Your Fiction Projects

In this lesson, we cover a business branch more people are getting into now - fiction. You'll get to see exactly what I'm doing in this area to get organized and more productive with this business, including a focus on notes, outlines, characters, setting, and more!

Day 7: Organize Your Email Autoresponders

In this lesson, we go over a systematic approach to your email marketing campaigns. You'll have everything at your fingertips to ensure you're not floundering every time you need to connect to your subscribers. You'll know how to be more productive with your follow up campaigns, broadcasts, links, results and more.

Day 8: Organize Your Social Media Participation

In this lesson, we cover a method to stay organized with your social networking accounts so that you don't get dragged into a state of procrastination. You'll learn how to better manage the content for sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, and  Instagram - and I'll share with you a filing system for hashtags, multimedia sharing, and links.

Day 9: Organize Your Swipe Files

In this lesson, we go over a strategy to help you manage swipe files that can improve your efforts and help you save time with your business content. You'll know how to better manage templates, and specific elements like headlines, call to action copy, and more.

Day 10: Organize Your Affiliate and Vendor Data

In this lesson, we cover an important aspect of your business - communication with others who are both affiliates and vendors. It's more than just a rolodex of names - you find out what information helps you be strategic in working with others to grow your business. 

Work-Life Bonus Lessons

The above lessons are all about improving your processes as a business owner. But the bonus lessons below are based on using this tool or similar concept to streamline your personal life as well. 

 Bonus Day 1: Organize Your Household Cleaning Tasks

In this lesson, we go over the management of a household in terms of maintenance and cleaning tasks. As a business owner, you'll work harder for yourself than you ever did for others, so you don't want your passion to detract from your responsibilities and satisfaction with your home. 

 Bonus Day 2: Organize Your Finances

In this lesson, we cover an easy way to organize your financial information. There is NO financial advice in this section - merely a way to organize the data for things like a household budget, savings, bills, taxes and more. 

 Bonus Day 3: Organize Your Family Schedule

In this lesson, we go over a method for handling your entire family's schedule - whether it's just you or a family of five. You'll get a handle on knowing exactly when everyone's working, at school, at appointments, and more. 

 Bonus Day 4: Organize Your Meal Plans

In this lesson, we cover an easy way to handle meal planning by just being more organized. You'll learn how to manage it by delegation, recipe access, dining out and more!

 Bonus Day 5: Organize Your Self Care

In this lesson, we go over something many business owners fail to do - take care of themselves. I don't teach you self care, but I show you how to organize it so that it makes it easy for you to work into your schedule regardless of what you're dealing with. We cover things like scheduling, budgeting, ideas, goals for improvement and more!

Once you learn how to get yourself organized, you'll feel much better about the direction each day is heading. No more frazzled nerves at the end of the day or stressing about everything you have to do tomorrow.

Major Mindset Shift Challenge (Value $17)

You know what the saddest thing is about entrepreneurs? They can't get out of their own way. And when everyone else can see it's a mindset issue, they can't - they double down on the belief that there's some missing formula being kept from them.

You can't work for yourself if your mind is in such a state of disarray that it never settles down - it keeps sucker punching you whenever you get up and try to make something of yourself.

I went through so many emotional rollercoasters early on in my career - and I found ways to power through and dominate OVER my hysterical mindset so that I'm in control and it's not.

Now it's time for me to share these lessons with you.

It's Time for a Major Shift!

You're so ready for this.

But you've been reading tons of self help books and kumbaya blog posts and none of it has worked, has it? Well, maybe a little helped.

But none of those lessons were specific to the kind of like you, as a self-employed man or woman face. 

They presented a different set of problems - or ones that didn't take into account the special circumstances you face in running your own business. 

You need someone who has been there, done that - and succeeded with having a major mindset shift of their own.

You may get frustrated when successful people say these things to you:

Just take action.

Get over it.

Don't let it bother you.

You'll figure it out.

It's no big deal.

It is a big deal to you - all of it, and when others make light of what you're going through, it piles the pain on that much heavier - because you start blaming yourself, thinking everyone else has it all together but you.

You're Wrong About That.

It's not that they have it all together - it's that they simply learned how to succeed in spite of what's going on - they learned to fix certain things and manage life with those they have no control over.

And maybe they're simply in a hurry or not very adept at sharing tips. But just because they say it doesn't mean it's true. 

I want you to sit there for a minute - no, really - do this. After reading this paragraph I want you to close your eyes and think about your emotional reaction to everything going on with you right now - your success, your failure, your relationships, your self care - all of it. Are you proud? Ashamed? Hopeless? Scared?

That feeling you experienced right in your gut? That's the result of your outdated, terrified, untrained mindset.

And I'm about to fix it with you. 

Here's what you'll get in this 7-Day Challenge when you sign up:

Day 1: Time for a Clean Slate

We can't do anything when there's a big hoarder's mess of misinformation and negative thoughts cluttering up the space. So we'll begin by clearing up some of the major thoughts and issues keeping you down.

Day 2: You're Stressed, So Let's Address That Second

High or chronic stress used to wreak such havoc in my life that three doctors thought I had cancer. Even as a child, I had to be tested for ulcers due to stressful conditions. So it's my belief that the stress issue must be dealt with or you can't move on.

Day 3: What Are You Afraid Of?

Fear is like a silent stalker keeping tabs on every move you make. You're terrified of choosing the wrong path or encountering something that could destroy your confidence (what little you have left). Time to suit up for battle because we're DONE with fear.

Day 4: You're So Overwhelmed, You Don't Know How to Get Back on Track

Right now, you may feel like even if Marie Kondō herself waltzed into your life and organized it, you still wouldn't be able to function properly. That's a common problem when you let your suffering go on for a long time. But don't worry - I have a method for un-overwhelming myself that I'm going to share with you.

Day 5: You Can't Manage Your Time Well Enough to Succeed

Not only do you work for yourself, but you have that other full-time job as just a human, who may or may not have kids and a spouse and other commitments. And yet you're beating yourself up because you don't have a skill that no one ever taught you. I'll help you with this.

Day 6: You Are Desperate for Success

When I say desperate, I mean end of your rope, panic mode, worried desperate. Guess what? It causes massive problems when you approach anything in a state of desperation. So we're going to discuss how you can put the brakes on your frantic state of mind and calmly and coolly figure out a plan.

Day 7: You've Been a Quitter This Entire Time and You're Sick of Yourself

Call it quitting or call it long-term procrastination - it's all the same - you're not moving forward and crossing the finish line. I'm going to help you develop a mindset that shifts from wishy washy to go getter.

Writing Productivity Challenge (Value $67)

As an online marketer, regardless of which niche you're in, there's one common task you have to keep up with - content creation.

Unless you have deep pockets for tons of outsourcing, it's a skill you need to learn to master - one that can pay for itself time and time again over the years as you launch products, promote for other people, recommend items and build a connection with your followers on social media and your email list.

Do You Struggle with Writing Enough Content to Stay Competitive?

There are people like myself who are capable of writing up to 40 pages a day. I can write about 5 pages an hour. Now I'm not saying you have to do that much, but if you're having a hard time even getting 5 pages a day done, then you need help.  

Here's the problem with writing at a snail's pace in the world of online marketing...

If you can't keep up with your blog, with relationship building, with new product creation or product recommendations - well, your audience will go to someone who can.

Running even one site requires a lot of content - for your blog, emails, product creation, and promos for others. Add on even more time if you have a Facebook group, fan page, profile, or other social media accounts like Twitter. 

Most marketers want to own and operate more than one niche site. It's much harder if you can't write quickly - while maintaining quality.

It can get overwhelming finding time or pushing through other obstacles to see yourself as productive each day - especially when you're already dealing with other Internet Marketing issues like technical things, networking, and more. 

Some of the most common roadblocks to content creation include:

Writer's Block - not knowing what to say or where to begin

Distractions - kids, spouses, Facebook streams - they all vie for your attention

Uninformed - never having been taught speedy research and writing methods

Fear - feeling awkward putting a piece of "you" out there as content representing your ideas and opinions

You Have Two Choices - Now's the Time to Make Your Decision

Some marketers don't care what gets put up online representing their business. They churn out any crappy content just to slap something up and cross their fingers hoping it will make a sale.

I don't believe that's you. You wouldn't be here if you didn't care about quality and leveling up.

So that's your other choice - spend a little time investing in your skills so that you can deliver for your audience ahead of the curve. 

I want to share my own personal writing hacks with you - the way I do things - so that you can pick and tweak what works for you and apply it to your own content efforts.

There's a reason I was known as the "ghostwriter to the gurus" when I got started online. It's because they could rely on me to research, create unique, well-written content - and do it FAST.

Here's what you'll get in this 20-Day Challenge when you sign up:

Week 1: Techniques and Tips

I start by sharing the skills I use in my own toolbox to research, organize and write faster without fail every day. Here's what we learn and do this week:

Day 1: Identify and Eliminate Distractions

Day 2: Pushing Past Writer's Block

Day 3: Quick Research for Content Ideas

Day 4: Outlining for Faster Content Creation

Day 5: Adding Depth to Your Writing

Week 2: Writing eBooks and Sales Copy

By the end of this week, you should have a 20-page eBook and a 5-page sales copy. Of course, you'll go at your own pace if you need to work slower - so don't panic. The first time, you'll be slower - but then as you repeat the lessons, you'll pick up speed.

Each day this week, we work on the eBook and sales copy combined. Here's what we do in addition to writing the eBook:

Day 6: Conducting a Competitive Copy Analysis

Day 7: Niche Stats Research

Day 8: Learning Common Copy Elements that Speed Up Output

Day 9: Crafting the Right Storyline (Yours and Theirs)

Day 10: Editing and Matching Images with Your Content

Week 3: Generating Email Autoresponder Campaigns

This is the week when we do one of the most important aspects of online marketing - create the content that helps us build a list, presell our products, and connect to our audience.

During this week, we create a 5-page report and 5-day email series doing the following:

Day 11: Write a Presell Freebie for the eBook You Wrote (or Opt in Report - Your Choice)

Day 12: Learn How to Create Tip and Tease Emails

Day 13: Practice the Art of Built in Value Lesson Emails

Day 14: See What Short Sharing Emails Are All About

Day 15: Choose Between Solo or Multi Topic Emails

Week 4: Blog and Social Network Content Sharing

When you have social media accounts, it's a bad idea to just spam them with links every day. You need content that makes people want to stay connected to you on these sites. So during this week, here's what we cover:

Day 16: Creating a List of Weekly Go To Topics for Your Niche

Day 17: Writing Quick Review Blog Posts

Day 18: Crafting a Fast How To or Tip Tutorial

Day 19: Whipping Up Some Motivating Content to Wow Your Audience

Day 20: Direct Content Creation for Facebook

By the end of this challenge, my goal is to help you feel more confident that every day, you have the ability to sit down and write enough good content that at the end of the day, you're content with your level of productivity.

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#1 - Don't use my name on it.

#2 - Don't pass along the rights to others.

Tiff 😉