personal development and self awareness

July 30th, 2019 Certainty Dynamic

by koku_jin
July 30th, 2019 Certainty Dynamic Sunday was a 5-star day. Monday was a 4-star day: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I exceeded my daily water goal again, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support. The past couple of days have been filled with getting some things done. I’ve decided I’ll be taking some much needed time off very soon. I don’t know what I’ll be doing with that time, but it’s mine to take, so I’ll take it and figure out the details later. My daily practice has been in a really […]

Funnel Hacking Live Attracts A Different Breed Of Entrepreneurs…

by koku_jin
Funnel Hacking Live 2019 was one of the best gatherings of “Funnelis Hackaformis” that we’ve had yet! We had entrepreneurs “migrate” from all over the world to be there because our community is the best! Don’t miss out on Funnel Hacking Live 2020 Subscribe: http://bit.ly/fnlhckr FUNNEL HACKING LIVE 2020: https://funnelhackinglive.com/fhl-2020-journey We are a special breed of entrepreneurs and we love our community. At ClickFunnels, every year, we anticipate this event and love putting it on for our fellow funnel hackers. This coming Funnel Hacking Live in 2020 is set to be the best year yet as we celebrate the journey […]

This Is You At Your Best Vs. You At Your Worst Based On Your Zodiac Sign

by koku_jin
Aries Best: You’re ready to take on the world around you with confidence and enthusiasm. You’re a compassionate leader who doesn’t hesitate to take the lead but is encouraging rather than demanding. You’re protective and loyal towards your loved ones, and you know how to get everyone excited about whatever new adventure is coming up. Worst: You’re possessive and territorial, particularly with those you have your eye on. You are domineering and inconsiderate, believing you know best how to handle things, even if you don’t. You let your anger take the driver’s seat and you bulldoze over anything in your path […]

10 Etsy Tips for Differentiating from Similar Sellers and Products

by koku_jin
With more than 2 million total active sellers as of 2019, Etsy has never been more crowded. No matter what niche you’re in, you’re likely to be competing with dozens of other active sellers offering similar products. Sellers need to stand out in order to make Etsy a viable business option. (Source) But even with fierce competition for shoppers’ attention, you can boost your listings and appeal to more customers without changing your inventory or overhauling your entire seller strategy. To stand out, you have to do everything well, and these 10 tips will cover common mistakes that can push […]

How to Put Together An Effective Remarketing Strategy

by koku_jin
How to Put Together An Effective Remarketing Strategy written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Remarketing is an incredible marketing tool. Before the days of the internet, if someone came into your store, browsed, even picked up and really considered a product, but then left without purchasing, there was no way to guarantee you’d ever see them again. However, remarketing allows you to reach out to those prospects who are on the fence. When someone browses your website but doesn’t convert, it’s now possible for you to pop up again in their field of vision through the […]

How to Boost Sales in Your Small Business

by koku_jin
Sales are the key to keeping your business alive. But do you have an organized sales process that consistently generates leads in your business? Or are you chasing anyone whom you think has money to pay you? A common mistake many businesses make is not working on business development daily. This leads to feast or famine cash flow, which is a great source of stress for any business owner. Selling is the most essential way to convince buyers of the value of your products and services. Too often, though, marketing and sales are confused. Marketing is getting the word out […]

5 Reasons Why You Should Commit Your Goals to Writing

by koku_jin
Around the first of every year, you’ll hear a lot of talk about New Year’s resolutions. Network television, radio shows, podcasts, and blogs all run features on the topic. Then around the start of summer, the subject comes up again as people realize the year is half gone. Often, they realize their resolutions have been long forgotten. The truth is, New Year’s resolutions don’t work. Get this: 25 percent of people abandon their New Year’s resolutions after one week. 60 percent of people abandon them within six months. (The average person makes the same New Year’s resolution ten separate times […]

Christmas in July! Create Smarter Ecomm Landing Pages for the Holidays

by koku_jin
Don’t let our header image fool you.  Christmas is not right around the corner. The holiday shopping season is not upon us. You’ve got oodles of sunny summer days ahead before you need to start worrying about untangling the lights, trimming the turkey, or leaving presents under the tree. (Thank goodness!) But if you’re in ecommerce, that’s a different story. It turns out that right now is the best time to start planning your next holiday campaign. In fact, most experienced ecomm marketers start prepping long before Thanksgiving and Black Friday roll around. There’s just too much at stake not to. […]

How a California Co-Op Yoga Studio Builds Community

by koku_jin
Through its co-op model and educational programs, Gather studio in San Diego aims to make yoga and wellness accessible to all. Gather studio in Encintas, CA.  Live Be Yoga ambassadors Lauren Cohen and Brandon Spratt are on a road trip across the country to sit down with master teachers, host free local classes, and so much more—all to illuminate the conversations pulsing through the yoga community today.  I could feel it the moment I stepped into Gather in Encinitas, California – the simplicity, the warmth, the humility, the devotion. It permeated the air and the architecture, creating a sense of […]

Do fitness trackers have an impact on eating disorders?

by koku_jin
Content warning: There are details and personal anecdotes about eating disorders in this article.  Tracking workouts, steps and calories with wearable devices and apps has become the new normal. Take a look around next time you’re at the gym or go for a jog around the park – most people working out have a wearable strapped to their wrist or a phone strapped to their arm.  The number of connected wearable devices worldwide will push 74 million this year and is expected to rise to more than 1 billion by 2022 – health-focused wearables will make up a large part […]