Ubermensch Day #57: Magic Bull ♥♥♥♥ (Saturday)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 163 minutes). I listened to the birds chirping outside and that's it. It feels genuinely nice because it reminds me of nice, breezy sunny summer days. Hnnng!
Exercise like a War God: [rest day]
Read a fascinating book: Read a fascinating book: Read 28 pages of Empire State of Mind: How Jay-Z Went from Street Corner to Corner Office by Zack Greenburg. (Progress: 56/196 - Physical hardcover page count: 240). Jayz negotiated his record deals (50/50 split, as oppose to 10 percent), and engineered his rival against Nas as a publicity stunt to generate more sales; the fans seem to eat it up like hot cake.
Watch something inspiration: n/a
Learn an awesome foreign language: n/a
Build passive income streams (Yeah!):
45 minutes SEO: n/a
45 minutes site construction: build banner for website, it almost looks professional.
45 minutes intelligence research / analysis:
HOLY COW. For the past 3 days, I have trouble sleeping because I'm concocting a master plan, and doing hardcore competition research.
This is what I discovered:
1. I should scale up my current $10 per day campaign to $100 per day (campaign made $13k USD so far) The market is HUGE, and the people are desperate. Like thristy joggers, they'll "buy" the product. I don't have to sell anything but just stand there and say "Here it is, go here". I'll slot this category as a "fast profit, long term project".
Plan tonight is to register for 3 domain names to scale this project.
2. My health niche website haven't made any sales yet - but that's OKAY. It may take months to get on the first SERP but I'll continue to build it into an authority website. I'll slot this category as a "slow profit, long term project"
Business thoughts #1: If I want to achieve $5K USD by March 31 2012, I need to put more time into the business. I think 6 hours per day, 7 days a week (42 hours) is better then 21 hours per week. This way, I can work on 2 website con-currently.
Business thoughts #2: Maybe I should go to the college library for a couple hours for a change of scenery. When I see students who are $30,000 USD in debt to obtain a degree just to get a job, this motivates me to work harder. (I know university is a breeding ground for higher learning, however the primarily source of motivation is "get a well paying job". Nothing wrong with that, of course)
Business thoughts #3: I tried to figure out what sort of font that conveys authority - to do this, I simply went to a government website and copy their font style. I also learn color psychology - the type of colors that conveys authority and trust.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Went to the mall today with my friend to shorten my watch, it cost $5. When the lady told the Indian man the cost, he exclaimd: "THAT COST TOO MUCH". I lol'd.
Then we went to the most balling mall in town and got stuck in the parking lot for 40 minutes because everyone do their last minute shopping there. I'll remind myself to never go shopping during the holiday again - for the rest of my life.
Also bought a $40 t-shirt from Zara, balla balla! However, had to wait in line for 20 minutes. Yes I mad! I learned my lesson, the next time I ever do shopping is on Monday morning, like I always do.
I'm going to let the cat out of the bag: "The Law Of Attraction" is a marketing scam. It appeals to the herd mindset, because:
1. Anyone can do it ("Think and let the universe help you!")
2. It requires no work ("Sit around ... and you'll generate $100k USD effortlessly")
3. It feels good (Whether it works or not)
Upon watching "The Law of Attraction", fat housewives will sit around, chanting affirmations "I will attract skinness to my body. I will get a sexy body by this summer".
Likewise, books will go un-read, places will go untraveled, because people "wish" instead of "do". It's easier to watch Oprah Winfrey then jog 5 KM, right Miss Brontosaurus?
(But "The Law Of Attraction" can be a good mental masturbation tool to start a habit)
It's time to shovel the horse ♥♥♥♥ away, because the waffling smell is obnoxious.
Sounds harsh - but it's tough love ...