Webinar Feedback Page

This is the feedback page for tonights webinar (30 November 2009). You will find resources below as well. I’ll keep it short and sweet today as all my energy will be in the webinar. The registration link is on the My Story Page.


Year Of The Affilate 2.0 >> Free Version of Sean’s Internet Marketing eBook (opt in form)

Law Of Attraction Fanpage >> Free download of eBook & MP3


Sean on FaceBook | Sean On Twitter

Internet Marketing Forum Fanpage >> Please support the page by joining and leaving feedback.

Grand Piano Article (refer to the webinar content)

Tribute to my Dad >> Please read and leave a comment if you can


This is the video of the Law Of Attraction release back in September 2008

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Below is the launch video for my Year Of The Affiliate eBook

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Below is the video of my 2 sons making their commercial debut as internet marketing kids.

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And that is about all for today. Please leave a comment after this article as feedback for the webinar.

Sean Rasmussen
Success Communicator
Aussie Internet Marketer © 2004 – 2009

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 loved to learn more about you at todays webinar – and I even managed to squeeze in some dinner while you were going overtime 😉

    .-= Renee´s last blog ..Healthy Food Pyramid and what to eat =-.

  2. Hi Sean, thank you so much for My Story. Love the “24 minutes over time must be a world record”. And I wrote only 6 pages of notes!!

    Your such an inspiring leader, I’m looking forward to staying in touch.

    Best regards, Ian.
    .-= Ian Ballantine´s last blog ..ianballantine: just been updating my profile in http://www.oldfriends.co.nz, an amazing website which lets me keep up to date with my old school friends/workmates =-.

  3. Thanks Sean, I’m always inspired when I hear your story, no matter how many times I hear it. 🙂
    .-= Ange Recchia´s last blog ..Sean Rasmussen Shows His True Colours =-.

  4. Thanks for another fantastic webinar. I just loved the 18 inches to the dinner table bit. I do exactly the same in Hamilton – my setup is geared for exactly the same actions. I am also really grateful for your 7pm webinars so I have enough time to make it home from work (2 hrs ahead of Sydney). Being an ex-SA, I can only admire your 2010 plans… You just kick it into touch…

  5. Hi Sean ,
    You are a true inspiration. Thank you for sharing your incredible story.
    I am proud to be associated with you and your amazing team in the YOTA Forum.

  6. Dean REARDON says:

    Interesting story. It left me in awe and yet still wanting more. Certainly eye opening to hear about lifes journey and the family pictures presented during the webinar were teriffic.

    And mystery to boot regarding business stolen from you. What the??

    Thank-you for the invitation to attend, Sean.

    Dean REARDON
    Monday, 30 November 2009 AEST 9:32 PM

  7. Sean
    I always learn something every time I attend your webinars. Tomorrow never does come so it’s time to do it now. Thanks for sharing your story with us. It still continues to be the smartest thing I did for my personal development when I joined the YOTA forum.
    .-= Tania Shipman´s last blog ..Solar Power Hot Water =-.

  8. its a few minutes since i turned off the webinar connection, and i have to be totally honest with you, sean… I am Inspired.. i heard a saying once that you know you have mastered life when you are an example to another human… I am inspired.
    George Washington is remembered for the actions he took because only he could, because he had passion for his cause, and not because he plannned it that way… methinks i will be able to say i had the privilege to have benefitted from Mr Sean Rasmussen’s life. Thank you. jo

  9. 24 minutes over, at about $20K a week … that’s about $50. Generous. My wallet gets a bit bulky with all those $50 notes in it. Do you reckon the Government will issue $1000 notes so we can carry around more what we are worth without it overfilling our wallets?

  10. Keith Hancock says:

    Thanks for sharing your story and painting a picture that we can all make our lives better with a plan and effort. Like Ange`s comment you continue to inspire.

  11. Hi Sean , sorry I missed the webinar ,7pm est is 4pm perth time so by time I got near the pc it was all over ,hopefully next time



  12. Thank you Sean for the invitation to Webinar today.
    I liked the philoshopical advice of human values.
    That is to be truthful and do the right thing, money will follow.
    Your talk about passion and to be non competitive also inspired me.
    All the best in 2010.

  13. robert peel says:

    Sean,found tonights webinar very inspiring on your life story,your dad was a very important part of your life and know he would be very proud of the way you are bringing up your children,was a very gutsy effort on your part to get where you are now and to share some of the ups and downs you had along that journey, well done!

  14. Adrian Kenyon says:

    Stirring stuff, Sean, as always, from someone who epitomises ethics and integrity (two words you referred to in your talk). Thank goodness that piece of scaffolding landed where it did on its journey earthwards, otherwise we may all have been doing something different this afternoon. And it made me wonder about the nature of “luck”. I note that you have eliminated this from your life (eg no longer buy lotto tickets, as I don’t), but I couldn’t help wondering if there was just perhaps a smidgin of luck involved here, or do you think you “created” your own luck … in the sense that had you made the choice to stand two or three inches to the left or right (can’t remember which), the outcome may have been different?

  15. Hi Sean
    Both Axel and I listen to your story last night and talked about how interesting your life has been with all the things you have experienced in your life and where it has got you today. You are such an inspiration to us all and we admire you so much for the effort you have put into following your dreams and set good attainable goals for yourself and your family. I’m sure that your boys will benefit immensely from the experiences that you have provided for them.
    .-= Hanne Klein´s last blog ..How To Get Your Boyfriend Back? =-.

  16. Hi Sean,
    Thanks for an informative insight into your journey to success. We gained a lot of practical advice last night, which I believe will help us be successful, so thank you for being so generous for sharing your story.
    I like your tip on prioritizing you values and what is important in getting you to reach your goals, as it is easy to get distracted.

    .-= Cade Arnel´s last blog ..Trading Plan – Why you need one! =-.

  17. We heard all about Sean Rasmussen and his life Journey on his Webinar on the 30th November.
    He is one person I trust to teach me, and help me to achieve the independence I am going to have.
    He is an inspiration to all.
    Thank you Sean for being YOU

  18. Hi Sean,

    Your story has spurred me on to make my dreams a reality. I know what you mean about having a business stolen from you. I was fortunate to experience something similar. It took me several months to get over the emotional side of it and several years (and still working on it) to get over the financial side.

    At that time gratitude was far from mind, not even part of my vocabulary, however I am now grateful and believe I was fortunate to experience this as it taught me so much about others and myself. I am stronger for it and increased my own resilience many times over.

    Thanks for sharing your story with everyone, it takes courage to speak from the heart.
    .-= Bev Langford´s last blog ..Ethically Promoting Your Website ~ Part 4 ~ Free Advertising =-.

  19. I remember listening to that webinar. I was a YOTA member back then, but very quiet, on the sidelines. Rest assured, that I was listening and learning the whole time. And every new lesson I learned and piece of information I came across – I was soaking in like an infant re-entering the world . Your story inspired me and gave me the courage to follow my own dreams. And to not be afraid of hard work. It’s easy to under-estimate how hard you’ve worked Sean. Glad that you shared a story to give people some insight into the hard yards you’ve put in.
    .-= Lina Nguyen´s last blog ..How to make comments online and build your online persona =-.

  20. I wasn’t a YOTA member back then and I hadn’t yet worked out (what I already knew) what my true path in this life is.

    But when my bestest friend in the whole world said… “Sam, you love blogging and I know how much you enjoy writing comedy – have a look at this… and if this grabs you then I will buy the YOTA e-book for you as my gift to you.”

    And it bloody well did grab me – you should have seen my eyes light up!! I was out of “work” at the time & didn’t have much money (but I live in abundance). It was THE greatest gift…
    .-= Samantha Banfield´s last blog ..Sean Rasmussen and his crazy talk! =-.

  21. Jazz Salinger says:

    Hi Sean,

    I don’t know how I missed commenting on this page the first time around. I’m really sorry. I remember that webinar. You have such an amazing story that will inspire everyone who hears it.

    There are so many parts of your story that I loved. Your life growing up was great. I loved hearing about you and your parents and your life as a child. I loved hearing about working as an adult and how you would only sleep four hours a night. I can’t imagine how tired you must have been or how you managed to have the discipline to keep going. I’m guessing Cherie had a lot to do with that by taking as much of the load at home from you as she could.

    I really appreciate that you were willing to share your personal story to give other people hope that they too can succeed. 🙂

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