[Free Kindle eBook] Internet Lifestyle Productivity: Master Time. Increase Profits. Enjoy LIFE!

Internet Lifestyle Productivity - Free eBookIt’s time to offer another free Kindle eBook.

This one is titled:

Internet Lifestyle Productivity: Master Time. Increase Profits. Enjoy LIFE!

As always, I’m launching it for free through Amazon’s KDP Select program.  It will be available to download for the next four days.

Starting today (December 9th) to the end of Wednesday (December 12th); you can grab a free copy directly from Amazon.

Here’s more information about this freebie…

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This is the book I’ve wanted to write for three years!

In numerous blog posts, I’ve talked about productivity and time management.  But I’ve never had the opportunity to explain everything I do in a step-by-step system.

“Internet Lifestyle Productivity” provides a time management framework that can be applied to any online-based business: Blogging, affiliate marketing and eBook authorship.  It shows how to manage your daily activities where you’re laser-focused on the tasks that get results.  The end result is you’ll only worry about the important things, ignore everything else, and get more out of life.

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Once again, I’m offering free copies (per Amazon’s KDP system) till midnight Pacific time on the 12th.  So grab your copy while it’s still available.


I need your help!!  In order to keep offering these free eBooks on a bi-weekly basis, I need reviews on Amazon.  So I ask that you download this freebie and submit a review if you find this information to be useful. (Here is the link to the book in the Amazon marketplace.) Plus, I’d be a big help if you ‘like’ the eBook and ‘agree’ with the tags at the bottom of the page.

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I know some people have had trouble accessing my books in the past. The truth is you don’t need a Kindle! There are a variety of free ways you can read a Kindle eBook:

In short, it’s really simple to read Amazon Kindle books – No matter what type of device you use to access the Internet.

If you still have trouble accessing this Kindle book, please send me an email: stevescottsite[at]gmail[dot]com before the end of Wednesday the 12th and I’ll sort you out.


Here is the download link to my free book ==> http://www.stevescottsite.com/internet-lifestyle-productivity

And here’s the link to the UK Version ==> http://www.amazon.co.uk/Internet-Lifestyle-Productivity-Increase-ebook/dp/B00AJLPM58/

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34 thoughts on “[Free Kindle eBook] Internet Lifestyle Productivity: Master Time. Increase Profits. Enjoy LIFE!”

  1. I just downloaded the Free kindle eBook Steve. Very excited to read it.. And i am very much thank full for your free download facility. The previous book on YouTube has really changed the perspective of YouTube marketing.. Expecting this eBook to be a cracker again 😀 Keep going 🙂

  2. Hey Steve,
    I absolutely loved the book and I consider it the most important piece of IM content I have read so far and I’ll tell you why. Information Overload is a very real problem for me but also life is full with full-time day job, 3 kids a wife and numerous other distractions.

    This was truly an over-the-shoulder view of how you stay so laser focused on content creation and producing results while controlling the distractions. Good luck with the book, we are all very lucky to be able to read it.
    Best Regards,

  3. Hey Steve,

    This looks like the perfect book for me. I’m constantly struggling with time management and focus to get everything done. I can’t wait to read it.

    Thank you so much for the free version.

  4. Hi Steve,

    I just down loaded you book I like your ideas on productivity. Breaking up your week into modules or time periods makes sense. Now I will have to see if it works for me.

    Many times I have resisted planing out a week ahead as I tend toward the spontaneous. I guess that is the point to do things on purpose rather than being distracted by many things and wonder what you got done.

    Thanks for putting together a well organized and easy to read book with real live examples of how you approach work. Now are you really that organized 😉 …..I’m sure you are with all you get done!

    My Best,

    • Thanks Stephen! The week-based approach really has worked for me. It helps me stay focused on the important stuff and keep forward momentum.

      Let me know how you apply the material. I’d be interested to see if it helps you become more productive.

  5. Thanks for making this available for free, Scott, and thanks for pointing out that I don’t need a Kindle to read it! I guess I’ve been skipping over all sorts of ebooks thinking I couldn’t access them.

    Duh. I’m reading yours right now on my iPad 🙂

    • I did the same thing Karen. I broke two different Kindles and decided that these eBooks weren’t worth the hassle until I realized I could read them on the phone. Hope you enjoy the material.

  6. Shame on me for not getting by here sooner Steve. You are the powerhouse of awesome content and now you’re bringing it to Kindle. We should all be so darn lucky to be able to get our hands on your awesomeness.

    I’ve read the book from top to bottom and it’s gold. I only thought I was being productive yet a little part of me saw that slacker side too. Thanks for putting me in my place all while helping me with your cool example sheets.

    If anyone can help us get to where we want to be it’s you. I’ll be sure to get that review to you quick.

    Thanks Steve for all that you do for us.


    • No problem Adrienne. You helped out a bunch with the post on your site.

      I honestly think productivity is a skill we all have to work at on a regular basis. There are still little tidbits that I’m picking up to get better at this. Maybe one day I’ll be truly happy with how I manage my day 🙂

  7. Got to read the book two nights ago and wrote the review last night. (The joys of downtime on night shifts!) I have already made some changes (most notably clearing off my very VERY cluttered desktop.

    I’ve got one more night of work (tonight) this week so today and tomorrow I will focus on doing the less creative tasks (because I simply don’t have the brain power for them after a 12-1/2 hour night shift with a 90 minute drive each way). Your action lists still give me plenty to work on despite my brain-dead state!

    (My husband keeps giving me funny looks when Amazon emails him that “he” wrote a review… LOL!)

    • Hey Elisabeth,

      Thanks for the 2nd review. They do help a bunch and hope your husband doesn’t get too annoyed by the emails 🙂

      Anyway, great to hear you’re applying the information. I imagine you have a pretty busy day. So hopefully the strategies will help you become a little more productive.

      • Nah, he just laughs. He is hugely supportive of what I am trying to accomplish. This book has made me think SO MUCH… I am so grateful. It isn’t really anything I didn’t know before, but it puts it all together in a way that makes sense to me and seems to clarify so many “little things” that have been holding me back.

        I hope that you and yours have a wonderful holiday season. Finding your blog and your books has helped snap me back to the goals I was starting to lose focus on… so it has definitely improved the mood with which I enter the holiday season!

        • That means a lot 🙂 Trust me…I understand what it’s like to have sort through a ton of information and know what to do first. Sometimes you need a ‘do this, do that’ solution.

          Hope you and your family have a pleasant holiday season as well!

  8. Steve,
    Thank you for making this book. I already had all the pieces. for instance i use the paredo technique but you pulled it together nicely with how to break up my time into blocks and divy up daily tasks with project tasks and how to combine them.

    I added my family life to the equation and it turns out i was trying to over-schedule myself. I’m putting together my worksheets today but keeping them on my tablette vs a clipboard. Logistically it’s just easier for me since it’s always with me and i can synch with drop box to access from any device.

    Au-revoir for now. waiting for you next book.

      • Hey Annie,

        Great to hear you’re applying this stuff. Honestly, having a system like this has really helped me get a sh*t ton of things done in a day. The tablette idea is a good one…for me, I just prefer pen-and-paper. As long as it works for you, then it’s useful.

        Both Paredo and Pomodoro are things I use and believe in 🙂

        • Steve,
          No sense in just reading without applying the knowledge right.

          I am using the Kanban method integrated with the Pomodero method in a chrome browser app called the Kanban flow. http://www.kanbanflow.com . I cannot tell you how much i have gotten done over and above my normal dilly dallying. I have turned into a productivity machine. It is great.. It is kind of hard to train myself to take those five minute breaks. Sometimes i get caught up in the work but i force myself to do it and you get used to it. short bursts of energy are like little marathons of productivity..

          • That’s awesome. I have to check out this app….looks pretty cool.

            I understand about the 5 minute breaks. Sometimes I’ll fudge it a bit when I’m doing something that doesn’t require a ton of brain power… Like answering emails. I’ll immediately restart the Pomodoro and continue with what I’m doing. But I always follow the rule with writing because the break is necessary for staying focused.

  9. Dears,
    How can I download the book?
    I’ve been trying with no result 🙁

    Please Help me as I’m subscribed on SteveScottSite and used to receive regular mails on weekly basis, and I’m feeling bad for not downloading e-Books

    Really I was waiting for your books, Kindly help


    • Hey Amir…Sorry, the book was only free for four days. Unfortunately, I can no longer give it away because that would be unfair to anyone else who has asked.

      With that said, I do have more free books coming soon. The next one should be available within the next two weeks. Just check back here for more details.

  10. Hey Steve,

    another great Kindle book, congrats. I’m about to publish my first story and I wonder if you could help me and answer the following questions:

    1. What’s the best size of cover? I’ve read that probably the best choice is 800×1066, any thoughts?
    2. Can I include in my Kindle book affiliate links to my other books? I’ve seen on the net feedback from both KDP and Amazon Associates support and it was confusing. KDP says you can, when Amazon A. says you can’t (you can put only affiliate links on a website)…


  11. Hey Marcin,

    Saw your post on Pat’s FB group.

    1) The size I prefer is 1880 * 2500 in the TIFF format. It’s been my experience that this is the best format for the Amazon platform.

    2) There is definitely some difference of opinion on Amazon links. Both programs give conflicting messages. Personally, I would avoid the Amazon affiliate links because who knows what Amazon will do in the future. I’d rather not get my account deleted over a few links within my eBooks.

    Hope this helps!

  12. Uh-Oh I missed the “free” time! Anyways I’ll surely check out the book Steve. You absolutely provide value – no doubt on that. And seems your Kindle store is expanding! Great going!

  13. Productivity and time management are the keys to success when it comes to running a business and I think this eBook with help other understand the importance and even give them pointers. Thank you for writing these eBooks they are extremely helpful.

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