|From The Desk of Laura Rodini||Volume 1 | Issue 11 | April 23, 2010|
Dear ETR Insider,
Ever wish there were 25 hours in a day?
With just a little more time, you could learn French, or take that scuba diving class, or spend more time with your family.
Yep... if only there was a way to bend time so you could do everything you need to do, as well as everything you want to do...
The encouraging news is, there is a way to fit all of those things into your day - without messing with the space-time continuum.
Success guru Bob Cox stumbled upon this secret, and has spent many years teaching it to some of the most influential people in the world.
He used to work from 4:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. every day, he says, and didn't get half as much done as he does now.Then he had the opportunity to work witha few remarkable men - men who became billionaires. They shared this secret with him. And he's used it to achieve dozens of personal goals, including:
Fortunately for Bob, he was able to recognize this secret for how powerful it truly is.
And now he's ready to share it with you. Through it, you can:
... and more.
"I can't tell you how important your program has been in the progress I have made in my life," Kristy Chou from Atlanta wrote."In the past two and half months, I have accomplished more than I have in the past 4 years," said Lucille Montgomery of Nova Scotia.
We've used Bob's goal setting program in our office – especially his thoughts about "peak hour" performance – which has enabled us to work more efficiently and leave at 5pm!
For all the details on Bob's program, click here. And as a bonus for signing up, ETR Insider readers will receive a copy of Michael Masterson's Personal Master Plan. This is a special report based on Michael's presentation at a high-level conference - where 27 CEOs paid up to $10,000 to hear what he had to say. But you can get it right here.
| The ABCs of Options Investing |
Think options investing is only for advanced traders? I used to - until Investor's Daily Edge's Investment Director Bob Irish taught me a simple lesson about the benefits of options... even for beginners:
"Let's say you want to invest in ABC Company," Bob told me. "It's selling for $10 a share. You buy 100 shares for a total investment of $1,000.
"Now let's assume the stock goes up - to $12 a share. You sell your 100 shares and realize a profit of $200. That's a 20% return.
"Celebrate! Go out to dinner and order a good bottle of wine," Bob said.
"But now let's say that, instead of buying the stock, you buy 10 call option contracts on ABC Company - betting that the price of the underlying stock will go up.
"Each contract controls 100 shares of stock at a cost of $100 per contract. So your total investment is the same as it was before: $1,000 ($100 x 10 contracts).
"But this time when the underlying stock rises to $12 per share, each one of your options contracts increases in value to $300. So you sell all 10 contracts, and you realize a profit of $2,000. That's a 200% return.
"Now you can really celebrate!" Bob said. "Go out to dinner and buy yourself a new plasma TV."
The point, as Bob explained, is that options limit your downside and can increase your upside. And the hottest options promotion we've seen in a long time is for our Options Power Trader Breakfast Club.
More than 500 people have joined the Breakfast Club in the past 3 months. They've seen how easy it is to get the recommendations and follow Ted's plays – all in the time it takes to eat breakfast!
| The Golden Ticket |
I had such a good time at our latest Golden Ticket Conference meeting. It's a quarterly "mastermind meeting" we have with a dozen Internet Money Club members at our offices in Delray Beach. There isn't a set formal agenda, which means the Internet Money Club members get hands-on consulting on their websites and businesses from IMC's guru Brian Edmondson and the rest of the ETR staff.
And the breakthroughs and "a ha" moments that come out of it are truly amazing.
Toni Chinoy traveled from Washington DC for the event:
Click the image below to hear about Toni's experience
"The thing that really fascinates me is that you have so many different people, with different backgrounds, in several stages of their life who all come together for a common goal; to learn how to build and grow their online business." Brian said.
"Every single Internet Money Club member who has made the trip down to Delray Beach for this full day meeting says it was well worth the time, travel, and investment many times over."
If you're serious about starting or growing an Internet business, this is just the ticket.
The Internet Money Club shows you
And more. Enrollment for the next class will begin in June. Stay tuned for more details.
| Somethin's Brewing |
Next week, we're going to send you something that may blow your mind.
It's an essay by Michael Masterson. But it speaks, and the words move in syncopated time.
We call it "video text." It's one of the newest technological breakthroughs to hit the Internet marketing industry. And, naturally, we're one of the first on board.
So look for it in your inbox next week. And let me know what you think!
| On the Road Again |
One more thing before I sign off this week...
"All God's children need traveling shoes," Maya Angelou once said. Mine are 3-inch platform sandals, but they've taken me up the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in Albuquerque, across a suspension bridge in Vancouver, through the sands of Martha's Vineyard, and down to the warm waters of Key West.
This weekend, I'm strapping on my sandals and heading over to the Bahamas. I'll be working on writing a travel guide to Nassau. And by "working," I mean sitting in the bow of a sailboat and watching the clouds before hitting up a nice seafood restaurant for dinner.
If you've been to Nassau recently, share with me your favorite places to see and restaurants to eat at! I'll check out as many as I can.
Until next week,
Ps: Want to be a travel writer? I recommend the travel writing course from my friends at AWAI.
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