Do I Feel Lucky? Well Do Ya?

Clint Eastwood made it very clear, way back in 1971, that Learn And Earn is the best competition EVER! Just hear what he has to say:

I know what you’re thinking. Did he host six webinars or only five? Well, to tell you the truth… in all this excitement I’ve kinda lost track myself. But seeing this is Learn And Earn – the most powerful Internet Marketing Competition in the world and would blow your competitors clean away, you’ve got to ask yourself one question:

“Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya punk!”

Nicely put, Clint. Thanks for sharing that quote from the 1971 blockbuster movie: Dirty Harry πŸ™‚

Clint Eastwood clearly understood the power of marketing, as you can see in his quote above. Make sure you are at the next webinar in the Learn And Earn Internet Marketing Competition:

Do You Feel Lucky? For A Few Dollars More. You can register here.

I’ll see you there.

Sean Rasmussen
Success Communicator
Aussie Internet Marketer Β© 2004 – 2010

About Sean Rasmussen

Sean Rasmussen is a passionate blogger and has been a full time internet marketer since 2005. When he's not with his family, or dog Buddy, Sean is usually blogging or doing something related to the internet.


  1. Hi Sean,

    I’m really looking forward to another great webinar in the Learn and Earn competition. I’m sure we’ll all be hanging out for this one tomorrow. πŸ™‚
    .-= Jazz Salinger´s last blog ..Learn and Earn – It’s a Marathon Not a Sprint =-.

  2. All registered for the next Webinar but I doubt I’ll be dragging these old bones out of bed for the live version seeing as I have to drive to Perth (Ontario) tonight for a Grateful We’re Not Dead performance for the seniors at Lanark Lodge. And on Thursday the band is playing a 4hr evening Canada Day gig at North Gower. I do need my beauty sleep before these events. The single malt can only do so much to preserve me.
    .-= Don White´s last blog ..You Cant Throw That Out- =-.

  3. Enjoyed the Webinar and would love to take up the offer only have my own but…
    Have registered for Wednesday Webinar which will reveal many more wonderful tips that will eventually see become a SUCCESSFUL internet marketer. There is only one way forward and that is all up!
    .-= Isa´s last blog ..Get Your Life Back- =-.

  4. Registered and ready to go. Looking forward to gleaning some more tips. I feel lucky alright!

  5. I’m registered and can’t wait for more of your clear and concise advise. I’m feeling lucky. Thanks for being so committed to us all Sean and taking a lot of time out of your busy schedule to do these webinars for us.
    .-= Jackie Stenhouse´s last blog ..What to Look For in a Child With Anxiety =-.

  6. Do You Feel Lucky? Yes defiantly!!!
    At the end of this competition I could could be celebrating big time For A Few Dollars More has been trickling into my adsense account. Its only small but hay its coming.
    .-= Rita pepper´s last blog ..Learn Affiliate Marketing- For A Few Dollars more =-.

  7. Gooooooood morning Sean & everyone – just got myself registered for today’s webinar & scored myself a Bon Jovi concert ticket too – it’s going to be a great day!! πŸ˜€

    • You’re winning already Mel. Fancy winning a Bon Jovi ticket from registering for my webinar… Cool!
      I went to a KISS concert in Gothenburg 1985 where an unknown band was the warm up act: Bon Jovi. They only had one album at the time. Good show!

      • I DO feel lucky – hehehe – I’ll bet you didn’t even know you were giving away Bon Jovi tickets with webinar rego’s! πŸ˜€
        Yes, some poor grammar on my part – I was just excited as I typed!…
        I’ve got tickets for their Sydney show now too – your webinars ROCK Sean!! πŸ˜€
        .-= Mel Smith´s last blog ..3 Ways Article Marketing Can Work for You =-.

  8. Thanks so much for making this later in the day. I am now able to get back to the computer in time to add to my overcrowded brain yet again.

    Look forward to it!!


  9. Yes i do feel lucky thanks Sean! Ive been playing with my new UWC blog and am very excited! Can wait for webinar – won’t be able to in live but will listen to it later tonight when kidlets in bed – that’sif its available then i hope!!!!!
    CHEERS & CS!
    Sue πŸ˜‰
    .-= Sue Brown´s last undefined ..If you register your site for free at =-.

  10. Registered for the webinar for the Learn and Earn competition and so looking forward to it. Gosh I wonder what could be in store for us all …. cant wait πŸ™‚

  11. Just registered..and yeah feeling lucky already…Well done Sean for your time & effort!!
    You are a champ!!!
    .-= Rose Kawe´s last blog ..Do I Feel Lucky Well Do Ya =-.

  12. Like you I’ve lost count. Not sure which number this webinar is. But what’s it matter, they’re all good. Look forward to seeing you tonight.

  13. They call me Lucky Cade.
    There have been that many webinars lately, one is running into other at moment.
    Its like drinking through a fire hose, keep that information coming Sean!!
    .-= Cade´s last blog ..Learn -amp Earn from Aussie Internet Marketer Sean Rasmussen for free =-.

  14. Thanks for the link to the next Learn and Earn webinar Sean,

    Feeling very lucky and a bit excited too, I’m just about to register so I will see you there later! : )

  15. Hi Sean

    I won’t be able to make the webinar but will catch the recording.

    Such as life (JOB)
    .-= Gee Hollings´s last blog ..Are Keyword Research Services Really Worth It =-.

  16. Feelin luckier every day!

    Clint Eastwood was way ahead of his time. Understanding internet marketing way back in 1971, awesome!
    .-= David Pearse´s last blog ..Targeted Internet Marketing-Market Samurai =-.

  17. Willem Broekers says:

    We are all lucky to have met you Sean!

  18. Elizabeth says:

    Do I feel lucky? Yes! I feel VERY lucky! I’m attending a webinar by Sean Rasmussen and I am going to be wealthy, successful, and a very happy woman. πŸ˜€

    • Here’s a tip that moves forward into creating your own ‘luck’. I’ve found this little change in thinking has made a big difference.

      Instead of thinking or saying “I am going to …” try “I am …” or “I have …”. Think as though you have already done or already in possession of.

      • And that Bernadette… is the law of attraction πŸ™‚ Well done!

        • It took the second time watching through The Secret to actually take note of the guy who talked about always getting a car park where and when he wanted.

          I put that visualisation of seeing it into practice and, hey what do you know, there was ALWAYS a park.

          When I added abundance to my general thoughts using the law of attraction, guess what, it started happening with the car parks as well.

          Some people thought I was nuts but when you take a look at where they’re at, well, that says it all.

          • I’m told quite frequently by my in laws that I’m nuts in knowing this will work. Last year I had planned a day at the zoo and it was raining all week and the weather forecast called for severe thundershowers. I kept planning and seeing myself spending the afternoon at the zoo.

            Lo and behold – the sun came out about an hour before we arrived and stayed out the entire time. The poor people who were at work, canceling their day off because of the weatherman were unlucky. I created my own “car park” and the requests started coming in for me to control the weather on everyone else’s day off.

            I love the Law of Attraction!
            .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..Asking the Universe =-.

          • Way to go Sarah. Here’s a real cool line I heard in a movie forever ago.

            A guy was trying to be cool and wearing sunglasses when getting his photo taken at the police station after being arrested. The cop told him to take him sunglasses off and he said “When you’re cool the sun shines on you 24 hours a day!”

      • I like that Bernadette – thanks

  19. Whos’ a punk – just make my day!

  20. Jude Walton says:


    Being a late starter, I’m trying desperately to catch up, so watched this one in two halves as I had to stop to watch today’s Webinar, another 1st class one.

    My mind is quite boggled.

    Only last week I was bemoaning the fact that I did not understand blogging and PTL here I am; determined to catch up.

    It’s all so exciting.

    So much brilliant information and so much help from other people on the sites.

    My day has been made.

    • That’s the beauty of this comp – it’s not too late to start as everything is recorded and anyone can catch up failry quickly.

      The webinars have the virtue of not being overly long, yet they are complete so it is all time well spent.

      And, there is always that teaser – there is more to come!

  21. Jayne Pleysier says:

    I’ve got to the end! Yeah!! If you read my post on the prvious page – still looking for my wordpress theme πŸ™‚ hahahaha

    Cant wait to watch this recording tonight – I’m going to be lucky in a different way that hubby probably thinks he is going to be πŸ™‚ hehehehehehe

    What are you thinking !! πŸ™‚

  22. Jacqui Emery says:

    I think this the right place to leave my comment(sorry for the double up).

    Tonight I have joined LinkedIn and sent an invite to you, also I have joined Alexia.

    Also because I was on a bit of a roll, I joined Digg and YouTube as well.

    Thanks for an excellent webinar – Yes I’m feeling lucky after watching it!

  23. Lucky indeed – to have a great mentor, a great online community behind me and an exciting future in front of me.

    I also feel lucky that my brain hasn’t gone on strike yet, with all the overtime it has been doing over the last few month …
    .-= Renee´s last blog ..Self Improvement Books – What Are Your Favourites =-.

  24. Its seems no matter how determined, persistent and talented we are luck does come in to play but only in the matter of “how soon”. We all become successful, if that’s what we’re meant to be no matter how lucky or unlucky we are.

    If you are lucky – just make sure it’s the good luck kind πŸ™‚
    .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..Asking the Universe =-.

  25. For new guys on the block like myself, this webinar was both excellent and timely.
    It was a real eye-opener to what we are trying to achieve in this industry.

    The concept of returning keywords in a comment, layout of the comment, and all the points Sean took time to explain here, had until now meant nothing to me. I wasn’t even aware of these concepts, let alone their importance.

    So, once again Sean… thankyou for a great webinar.

    I attended live and then decided I needed to catch up on sleep, which I have now done. Today, it is catch up on some work. Tonight will be devoted to reviewing the recording and carrying out the tasks.
    In other words… “Back Into It!!!”

    PS… have polished up my avatar.

    • Hi Geoff,

      I fully agree with you that Sean describes everything in an easy, down-to-earth manner that takes the scare out of “online marketing”. And he shows a lot of tips and tricks that make the difference between being average and great.

      I am following his advice since not even a year now and it has made a great difference to my online presence. And I am so glad that I watch this webinars as well, as they are great to refocus on the basics.
      .-= Renee´s last blog ..Self Improvement Books – What Are Your Favourites =-.

  26. I don’t as much feel lucky as grateful that I’ve had the privilege to be taught and inspired by some amazing people, some of which have really impacted my life, my thinking and therefore the wonderful opportunities I’ve had.

    Things don’t just happen, you make them happen. Therefore the more you make them happen the ‘luckier’ you’ll be.

  27. Do I feel Lucky? Well do Ya? I feel so lucky that I have in my enthusiasm subscribed to AussieSEO twice.

    Well, that might be great but, unless I want to flood my reader I guess I will just have to decrease my RSS to one from Aussie Internet Marketing Program.

    One is not quite sure just how to go about this. But I am sure I will find the answer somewhere in Sean Rasmussen’s blogs. If at first I don’t succeed I will just try and try again.
    .-= Isa´s last blog ..Get Your Life Back- =-.

    • If you are using Google Reader for RSS, you will notice a “manage subscriptions” link at the bottom left of the screen. Click that and it will take you to a page where you can delete any feeds you no longer wish to subscribe to Isa πŸ˜‰

    • I love your try and try again attitude. That is the foundation of success.

      Jim Rohn says “How many times do you try? ….. Until.”

      How many times does a baby try to walk? Until. The baby does not think I’m going to stop trying and give up because it’s too hard. His/her mind has not yet confined itself to the limited thinking. It’s only as we get older that we adapt the quit when the going gets tough.

      • Love it, Bernadette. As a first time mom to a now 7 month old I admire his persistence and determination. He’s so trusting that we won’t let him fall that he will try everything – again and again and again. (Good thing he has a padded diaper πŸ™‚ )

        I take him to a kids gym and it’s great to see him brave everything while I see older kids already taking the easy road and giving up – going back to their parents and the safety of their arms.

        We can learn a lot from our children and I love waking up (after a full nights sleep) to see what he’s going to be teaching me.
        .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..Asking the Universe =-.

        • It truly does Sarah. As my two boys (now 6 and 9) have been growing up I have been feeding their minds with personal development and positive thinking.

          I have a lot of joy in return when they have used that knowledge, in particular my 9 year old, and how it has positively impacted the outcome of what he has wanted.

          I teach them to do things with an end goal in mind and how to focus on it to make it happen.

          Can’t say it is 100% but them am I? But they are right up there and I’m very proud of their mature ‘thinking’ when it really counts.

          • That’s excellent. I was trying to figure out how to pass on the knowledge of attraction to my son and it suddenly dawned on me – if I’m using it to my benefit he’ll know how to in no time. Lead by example by becoming a success on my own while still spending quality time with him.

            The next generation is surely going to be in a great place with us rooting for them.
            .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..Asking the Universe =-.

          • It’s great to start making the difference at home.

            They are never too young to start feeding their minds. Initially it may be on are more subconscious level until they get more of a grasp but believe me, in it going in. It’s when it is ‘regurgitated’ some months or even more down the track you know it’s worked.

          • 100%? – kids don’t need perfect parents – just ones who love them and help them grow healthy, well and positively.
            You are right on.

          • They are privileged rather than lucky to have parents that are not 100% perfect. If we 100% how can they see it’s okay to make mistakes and that mistakes or failures can be good because we find another way or better way to achieve. My teaching to them is ‘How can I …’

          • I love that teaching, Bernadette, and plan to use it starting immediately but more so when my son understands.

            Just the other day I realized why “no” is such a quickly learned word and used word of young children as I continuously said no to my 7 month old. (With our house under renovations we’re a long way from childproof). I mentioned this to my husband who has started to help me teach my son no in other ways ie “ouch”, “Gross” “Yuck” “Danger” etc. Even though he doesn’t know the meaning of these words yet I’d rather him learn a variety than just one.

            And can’t and impossible are not on our list of much teach words whereas Can and Possible will be one of the firsts.
            .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..So Absolutely Thrilled I’m Shaking- =-.

          • You can start that now Sarah. Maybe it isn’t something he can physically respond to know but there is no reason why you shouldn’t start feeding it isn’t his mind so by the time he is a bit older it will be more automatic.

            For example if he is struggling to separate pages in a card book and turn them and looks like he’s getting a bit frazzled with trying just say to him “It looks a challenge to turn those pages. How can we/you find a way to turn them?”

            Doing that regularly you may notice he gets less frazzled trying to do something. That may be his might looking for a solution even if he doesn’t totally realise it. How lucky is he going to feel as he gets older?

            Other than the word No, babies and toddlers do not understand the word don’t. It is a nothing word to them. I learned that from parents as first teachers.

            If you say don’t climb on the chair, they just hear climb on the chair. It took a bit of work to eliminate the don’t word from my vocabulary but it did start making a difference. Tell him what you want him to do, not what you don’t want him to do. Let them know there is value or benefit from their actions but watch the bribing.

            For example, change ‘Don’t throw that food (off the highchair) onto the floor’ to ‘Keep your food on the highchair and you’ll have more to eat’

      • Impossible as possible. Try & try again until you reach you goal!
        Think of a tiny ant carrying its prey, drops it a million times on the way but picks it up everytime he does that and finally takes it to its desired destination (home).
        A really touchy qoute here Bernadette.
        .-= Rose Kawe´s last blog ..Do I Feel Lucky Well Do Ya =-.

        • Try and try again was quoted by P. Shaw!!…I have a poster on my wall!!
          .-= Rose Kawe´s last blog ..Do I Feel Lucky Well Do Ya =-.

        • The tiny ant carries eggs, prey etc which are much larger than it’s on size and weight. It’s amazing how they do that. Do they struggle? Well I’ve looked at them with a magnifying glass and they don’t seem to.

          They just get on with the job and don’t dally round so it’s probably safe to say they don’t procrastinate. They’re like Nike – Just do it!

  28. I feel lucky. These live webinars are great and it is very heartening that they can be revisited. I have done that more than once.

    I have joined Alexa and was surprised at how easy that was.

    I had previously joined LinkedIn and connected with Sean but only since this competition began. That was a little more complicated. Gladly success was mine.
    .-= Isa´s last blog ..Get Your Life Back- =-.

  29. Fantastic webinar Sean and I love that you were blessed my someone on the other side of the world. I think a lot of people forget to feel grateful at times and take things for granted. We musn’t lose site of the big picture and why we are doing this. My own mission is to be able to earn enough to help abused animals.
    Also great tips for leaving comments. I have already joined linked in and alexa. (not sure this is where I tell you)
    .-= Jackie Stenhouse´s last blog ..What to Look For in a Child With Anxiety =-.

    • It was a good news story – and if the man had to get any book, Napoleon Hill’s isn’t a bad place to start! It also reveals how universally applicable his points are.
      Like Jackie, I one day want to pay it forward – and sucsess for me means being able to share it – in practical ways.

      • Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill is an excellent place to start. I recently got it in audio form so I could download to my ipod.

        Interesting that I heard things I didn’t read. I was talking to a friend and commented about a part on the audio that wasn’t in the book. “Oh yes it is” she said.

    • Giving goals are very admirable to have. A lot of people have goals/wants that are more about themselves.

  30. I can’t believe that I missed another Webinar. That seems to be what happens when you are off the net for a few days.

    Hope that everyone that attend got some great news πŸ™‚
    .-= Cemil´s last blog ..Scribe SEO Plugin – Making SEO Easy =-.

  31. Cathy and Trevor Howitt says:

    Hi Sean,
    I watched your webinar and did indeed feel “lucky”.
    Lucky that everything is so simple and easy to understand.
    Lucky that if I miss a webinar, it gets recorded in a timely manner.
    Lucky that I chose to follow my instinct and leave the “other” internet program I was doing for the time being and start following yours with a passion!
    Lucky I make the time to follow your advice (have just joined Linkedin and Alexa).
    Lucky that there is such an amazing team of moderators and users in this program.
    Lucky that the support extends far beyond the immediate moderators.
    Lucky that I can be a stay-at-home Mum and blog about what I am passionate about.

    So….do I feel lucky?
    You betcha!

    Kindest regards,

  32. We are indeed lucky that you are generous enough to record the webinars and make them available for us! I can’t wait to catch up on the recording.

  33. Hi Sean
    I am really enjoying this – great to see someone else has technical difficulties πŸ™‚ – it is all a part of the challenge.
    I have started 3 blogs in the past week and am looking forward to the webinar I missed that you are still working on.
    Making great progress and feeling that I am getting on top of it all.

  34. Looking forward to todays webinar – I’d better register! I need to know more about tweeting tactics as I have built a reasonable following and it seems silly to waste that.

  35. Somewhere here (my mind’s gone!) there were points made about importance of meta tags etc.

    I have proof. I put an article on my new garden blog called “the Elusive Garden Blues” and then checked to see if that phrase came up on Google – it does – the first 4 spots on page one. Not just my 2 entries in my Ezine and garden website – but two others (a Twitterer and another garden site) had commented and linked to the Ezine version!
    Neat eh?

    BTW – if you want blues flowers you can read about it here at

    • Hi Peter,

      That’s a fantastic result. It’s not easy getting on page one of Google. I had a look at your site and it’s really good. You can clearly feel your passion for gardening and flowers.

      Your Angel Face rose is simply beautiful. I’d love to grow one. I wanted to leave you a comment but it says that the comments are closed. I’ll try again later.
      .-= Jazz Salinger´s last blog ..Finding Your Passion =-.

      • It’s really only good on the face of it I think. After all it is pretty esoteric – and such or unusual titles can easily get on page 1 – there is little competition. I think it would be a better rank if it was on page 1 competing with say “blue Flowers” – the more generic or broader category.

        But what it has shown me is that, for more competitive sites or KWs, titles, description PLUS top KWs can get you there.

        • There’s definite value in having the right words. If you have more obscure words and people still get there then it is a bonus.

          There is one keyword that a lot of people used to (don’t know if they still do) use that was totally unrelated to their topic/wares that would rank them up on pages.

          • Now you have me curious. What was it?

          • I wonder why it didn’t have a reply heading under your last post?

            Anyway it’s a three letter word that starts with ‘s’ and ends with ‘x’. I’m sure you can put in the missing piece.

          • I have to reply here as there is no reply button.
            So what is it? S ….?…X Oh I know it’s six – well that’s how New Zealanders pronounce it!!!!

          • Now you taking the mickey LOL and we’ve got right off track.

            Seriously a person we knew who did websites said it was widely used as a keyword. The powers that be may have cottoned on to what everyone was doing and had some kind of filter or whatever those technos use.

          • I think I missed the reply button as well, but Peter and Bernadette surely you are aware that the way a hillbilly spells and says s…..x is sox and I sometimes even wear em

          • By joves Dobbs, old chap, I think you cracked it!

        • Hi Peter,

          I understand what you’re saying and you’re right. You start with long-tail keywords and over time you’ll start ranking for the short tail keyword within the long tail.

          Maybe if you make it more niche. For instance, the phrase ‘growing blue blowers’ has around 104 000 competing pages but ‘growing blue roses’ only has around 13 400. And, ‘blue perennials’ has around 6330 competing pages.

          So maybe you will have trouble ranking for ‘blue flowers’ right now. But if you start writing posts around other varieties of blue flowers in time you’ll be able to because Google knows that a blue rose is a blue flower.

          I hope that makes some kind of sense. Hopefully Sean or someone else will be able to give you some better advice. πŸ™‚
          .-= Jazz Salinger´s last blog ..Finding Your Passion =-.

          • Makes sense to me. I just find it difficult to figure out what keywords I should focus on for my own site. Although it’s not being used to directly sell there is many ways for me to make money through it. We’ll see..
            .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..Asking the Universe =-.

  36. Been overseas the past few days, so can’t wait for the recording!! Sounds like it was a fantastic webinar.

  37. I am trying to find the link for the recorded session for this webinar – am I too late?
    .-= Nateele´s last blog ..Belly Laugh for the Day =-.

  38. I thought I posted this thought but not able to locate it. I did mean to post it on FB too. Maybe I’m losing my mind and a mind is a terrible thing to waste! If you’ve already seen it, apologies.

    First β€˜Chicken Shit’ replaced the word β€˜Money’, then the concept continues with β€˜Tweets’ replacing β€˜Dollars’. What about ‘Luck’? Should we akin it to the bird theme?

    Do You Feel Clucky? Do Ya?
    Do you Feel Feathers? Do Ya?

    Or …?

  39. Keep them coming!
    .-= Anthony The Travel Tart´s last blog ..Funny Drink Packaging – French Lemonade =-.

  40. hey sean… i couldn’t introduce myself to you before but i am a big fan of yours. i read the secret law of attraction and was deeply inspired by your story of transforming your life.
    i live in Pakistan probably the only guy from here registered to your webinar (and never showed up πŸ™‚
    i am on linkedin and have registered myself on alexa as well

  41. Hey Sean,

    I just wanted to say, KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! I myself have indulged in Internet Marketing Activities and am really looking forward for all your webinars but I’m in a bit of tough spot here as your webinars are scheduled when normally in my Office doing some pretty cool stuff as Brand Manager at a 24 Hour Satellite Food channel just like BBC Food πŸ™‚ ….

    So just wanted to humbly request the recordings of all your webinars for my knowledge as i really wanna learn EVERYTHING you teach!

    Farewell Sean, you’re the best!

    • Great stuff Muhammad. Have you been on Sean Rasmussen talks page on Facebook? If you are all you have to do is go to that page and down the bottom left hand corner their is a box called Links.

      In there you will probably have to go back 1 or 2 pages and you will come to the very first webinar. From there you can work your way through the recording for all the webinars and videos.

      Looks like you’ve shown up a lot more than some people. Keep going and you will find the knowledge you are looking for.

  42. Leigh Aubrey says:

    I am so sad to have missed the webinar but looking forward to catching up again. I hate school holidays and children wanting to do stuff!!!

    • Oh Leigh, don’t hate life – enjoy it while you can. Learning can wait for school to be in session but you’re children are growing up so fast, they need you. It doesn’t matter how rich you are, how successful you want to be – it’s the time you spend with your family that will be remembered.

      I say this as my son is sleeping and I’m in a good and relaxed mood. Sometime later I may not be so wise and instead be frustrated trying to write more comments while my little one wants to play.
      .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..So Absolutely Thrilled I’m Shaking- =-.

  43. I thought a number of things when I read your post. I wanted to reply but have had a think on it first. Also been spending the day with the boys so have just got on to posting now.

    Lots of things happen and change and that’s just life. Life happens. It’s how we handle it that matters.

    I have been doing some thinking, me, myself and I, over the last day and have come to the conclusion not everything is going to fit in my day as it did, while school holidays are on. Trying to has also impacted on me physically. So today I didn’t comment or read blogs etc but spent time with the boys.

    It felt good. Now I have been wading through the HUGE amount of emails and blog posts. Just taking one at a time. If they don’t get all done tonight I will continue with them tomorrow.

    I am human and have been thinking about my own advice and taking some of it. Maybe take just a little bit of time for yourself and it may just give you a different perspective.

    • Time off is needed but man, it is overwhelming when you go and check email isn’t it? You do have to take it one email / comment at a time but it’s easier typed then done. With a few days off I’ve finally been able to get some more comments on but am still not back in the top 10… I was there so long I thought I’d remain there (although still far from top 3).

      I’m slowly getting my bearings back, my email cleaned out and back up to date with Sean’s blogs. In connection with this, I just paused his Escape from Alexa video as I heard my son wake up and the last words I heard Sean say was it’s going to get busier….

      Hmm… Now I’m wondering if I’m still cut out for this but I think it’s the ultimate test as making money online is a lot of work in the beginning and, if done right, throughout.
      .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..A House of Straw =-.

  44. OF COURSE YOU ARE SARAH! You are a great person doing a great job!

    It doesn’t always happen quickly and can take a fair bit of effort to put it into place. This whole internet marketing is a mine field. I knew nothing about it so everything I learn is great.

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