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Steve’s Sunday Selections – March 21st, 2010

by Steve Scott | Join Him On Facebook

Here’s your weekly edition of Steve’s Sunday Selections! This week primarily focus on Internet Marketing principles and personal development. All of the following posts can be found on sites that I suggest you check out on a regular basis…

Let me start with some straight talk… Lee has a post that has a few choice words about the Internet Lifestyle. Now if you’re a regular reader of this site, you know I’m all about the benefits of harnessing an online business to fuel your perfect life. But I definitely agree with many of Lee’s comments about how you need to do a little bit of work to get where you’re going.

At Patrick’s site, he talks about the value of the Mini-Site. In the last week, I had a pretty long series of articles about information products. And the one thing I recommended was to tightly focus your product on solving a single problem. I think Patrick is absolutely right about how creating a small mini-site can be an excellent source of income.

The warm weather the last couple of days is filling my head with expectations for the summer. While I’ll be doing a lot of traveling, others will be heading to the beach. If that sounds like you, then read Rusty’s content-filled post about how to develop six-pack abs.

For you bloggers out there, here’s a great post about why you should write your headline last. I know you’re supposed to do this first, but I’ve always found that I create much better headlines after completing the entire post (or article).

Tom has a great post about the value of investing in your online education. To be honest, I spend a good amount of my money on learning little “online business hacks” which help my business. I agree with him that to grow your business, you need to spend time (and money) learning fundamental Internet Marketing principles.

I really liked David’s article about effortless living. This is a topic that I’m currently really interesting in learning. I agree with his idea to be little aimless with your life. I’m all for goal setting and maximum effort, but sometimes it’s nice to disconnect and live for the moment.

As always, Steve Pavlina has a very long and detailed post about creating your vision. This is an extremely informative read about how to manifest whatever you want in life. While I’m still trying to figure out my own belief about the “Law of Attraction” I think you can definitely benefit by taking a look at Steve’s post.

Well that’s it for this week! I definitely recommend you check all these articles and support these sites through Tweets, blog comments, and submitting to sites like Digg. They work hard to provide content…so show them some love!

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{ 4 comments }

Ralph

Looks like some good reading there. Thanks for the suggestions. My first pick is headlines because I think I don’t do those well. Next will be education.

Steve Scott

Absolutely the headline stuff is really critical. It’s a skill I’m still trying to develop. Honestly you can skyrocket the number of page views you get, simply by tweaking your headlines.

Onibalusi Bamidele

Yes, this are really great sites and as @Ralph said, my first pick is the headline while i will then move over to steve pavlina and then others.
Thanks for the post.

Steve Scott

Hey, I’m sorry it took so long to respond. For some reason, all your comments end up in my “Spam” folder. Don’t know why that’s happening.

Anyway, I agree that the headline stuff is gold. And Steve P’s site is incredible. I have wasted many an afternoon, just reading through a lot of what he writes.

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