Clutter Clearance

I once saw a TV programme about a guy who had simplified his life to the nth degree. His wardrobe consisted of a rail of identical jeans and T-shirts, some white and some black. I wouldn’t suggest being quite so radical, but there’s little doubt that clutter can often get in the way, and none more so than between your ears! 

How many half formed ideas have you had that you have written down somewhere, and ‘one day’ you’re going to do something about them? Guess what, if a year or more has gone by, you’re never going to do anything with them. So what’s the solution?

Well I’d suggest a bit of a de-clutter. Get your ideas out in the open and share them with the world. In any event, it’s not the idea that’s important, it’s the execution of the idea. There may be someone out there who can take your idea on, run with it, and take you along for the ride as a joint venture partner.

Motivational Quote Of The Day

“If you obey all the rules you miss all the fun.”


Katherine Hepburn

Alternative Quote Of The Day

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“The second day of a diet is always easier than the first. By the second day you’re off it.”

Buddy Hackett

Praying To Lose Weight

I recently read about a church in Los Angeles (where else) which is offering weight loss advice and support to it’s attendees alongside spiritual guidance. I’d imagine the rationale behind this is that converts are difficult to come by, and anything that gets people through the door has to be a good thing. 

Businesses face the same problem as churches – how do you attract more customers? Perhaps what this LA church teaches us is that it can be fruitful to look beyond our core offering, and find something else that we know our customers want. Give them that, and there’s a good chance that they’ll end up buying what we really want to sell.

So what could you offer prospective customers to get them in through the door?

Today’s National Day

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Dear streetwise Customer,

  If you were to design a money-making strategy from scratch to take advantage of the circumstances we’re currently experiencing, here is exactly what you’d come up with – a business where…

. You can work exclusively from home and never have to leave the house  

.  As long as you have a computer with internet access, you’re in business  

.  The method behind it doesn’t just cope with turmoil and uncertainty…it positively thrives on it. 

.  You can get started and be making money in days rather than weeks or months. 

.  Start-up costs are virtually zero. 

  How do I know this is perfect for now?

  Because the guy who developed it is something of a recluse. He started ‘self-isolating’ years ago before it became a thing, and has run this business from the top of a French mountain, from a remote Swedish farm and from the wilds of northern Scotland…

  He didn’t have to self-isolate…he just chose to!

  If you find yourself having to live and work a little more remotely in the coming weeks and months…or even if you just like the idea of doing that…then this is perfect for you.  

  Take a look now and respond today. In every crisis, there are opportunities. Even if you’ve looked at doing something like this before and decided against, think again. Now is the time.

Click HERE for more information

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 Kind Regards

  John Harrison

   P.S  Uncertain and volatile times are precisely when this works 
        best. What other opportunity can you say that about