In August 2010, I was one of the lucky few chosen to attend an epic bash at the Playboy Mansion. The two day event was put on by the ad network Epic Direct, which was then known as Azoogle Ads.
This party was to reward their top earners for the past year – 50 of them to be exact – and to also recognize their ad partners.
I wish I could say I was one of the top earners, but I would probably be writing this from my yacht somewhere off the coast, instead I’m sitting on my couch at home. 🙂
Luckily, for the lower tier earners like myself there was an essay contest. The instructions were simple: in 250 words or less, describe why you should join the biggest party of the year at the Playboy mansion.
Simple enough, but I never win anything so I quickly decided against it.
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It’s no secret that I try to get as much done with as little effort as possible (some call it laziness)…
But, that doesn’t mean I don’t work my ass off, it just means I spend little to no time doing meaningless work and instead focus all my energy on tasks that count (or at least I try, I still have those not-so-productive days at times…Damn You YouTube!).
Simply put, I strive to get the most bang for the buck, in terms of my work output.
This is extremely important for obvious reasons:
- Wasting time on fruitless tasks doesn’t pay.
- Spending time on menial jobs that are better off delegated just doesn’t make sense – You NEED to value your time.
- By performing ONLY the tasks that are necessary, you are less likely to get burnt out.
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Running an online business has it’s perks…
Working whenever you feel like it, nobody telling you what to do, and…
I would like to thank the fine folks at Ocean Vodka and Partida Tequila for these tasty gifts!
They really know the way to a man’s heart!
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Happiness can only be found if you can free yourself of all other distractions.
Everyday we face a lot of distractions. A LOT!
And it’s how we deal with these distractions that determines how successful we are.
So, before creating your daily to-do list (which I ALWAYS do), lets take a look at 5 things not-to-do. This will free up the time necessary to get those important things done and enjoy life.
Do NOT Constantly Check Your Email
Nothing kills productivity like constantly checking your email and responding to messages. Have you ever emailed somebody and waited at least a day to get a response? Good. We all have and it’s OK. So, don’t feel like you have some sort of obligation to respond to emails asap.
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