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WARNING: This Video Will NOT Change Your Life

by PotPieGirl on January 19, 2010 · 56 comments

…Not Even A Little Bit



So, I got a video camera for Christmas. My hubby got me one of those snazzy Flip HD cameras….and it’s awesome! Today I got to use it to catch a totally spontaneous moment at my house. Naturally, if you know me at all, you know it’s not the best video in the world – BUT, it really got me thinking about something that applies to all of us when we work online. Shiny Things.


Oh, Look! A Shiny Thing!



Before I get to this video, let me tell the story behind it.

The day was…. today. Hubby was home, I was cooking in the kitchen (yes, I cook….at least once a year….lol). The sun was coming through our windows at just the right angle to cast a reflection off the face of my hubbys watch. That reflection made this shiny spot on the wall and the ceiling as he moved.

This Shiny Thing drove my cat INSANE!

She started running around, making this chattering sound….and we couldn’t figure out WHAT was wrong with her.

Suddenly, my hubby figured it out – so, we teased her some more with the Shiny Thing making it go all over the room, the ceiling, the walls – and I whipped out my handy-dandy Flip Camera =)



Oh, Look ANOTHER Shiny Thing!


As I am watching this cat of mine freak out over this little reflection of sunshine, I got to thinking about how I was when I first started working online. I was just like Bailey (our cat)…. chattering, running in all directions….. basically trying to catch something that can’t be caught.

Sound familiar? Anyone? A quiet nod will suffice to let me know that I’m not alone here….lol!

Also, am I the ONLY one who has many normal, day-to-day things happen that make you think of internet marketing? I mean, seriously, I can be washing the dishes and start thinking about how simple repetitive tasks get the big job done. That even tho the dishwasher is a VERY cool invention, it still doesn’t load itself so it can then work for ME.

But that’s a story for another day… Let’s get back to Bailey the cat.



I’m Gonna Catch Me One Of Those Shiny Things!


I can’t believe how possessed she was over chasing the shiny things. Her eyes were glazed over – you couldn’t distract her – nothing. All she wanted to do was catch that shiny thing. Even if it meant hurting herself in the process.

Meanwhile, our other cat (actually both cats are my older kids cats, but if you have older kids, you know that they don’t tend to take the pets with them as they grow up. Hence, reality is – they’re MY cats now)….. our other cat just sat there staring out the window or at the wall or something. She’s really not the brightest light on the Christmas tree, but she wasn’t the one chasing a reflection of light, now was she?

{perhaps she is smarter than I give her credit for…..nahhhhhh}

You’ll catch a glimpse of the other cat during this quick video. She’s the big black cat sitting in the shadows watching Bailey jump the walls like a fool….lol.

Again, I warn you…



This Video Will NOT Change Your Life!






Are You Hurting Yourself Trying To Catch Shiny Things?


It’s so easy to get distracted by the “latest and greatest” Shiny Thing being sold online. And they all look and sound SO great, don’t they? Simple systems… effortless….hands off….even a three-year-old could make millions…

We all know the drill.

What’s worse is that for many, many people I talk to online, they are not simply distracted by the Shiny Things – they are STUCK on the Shiny Things.

One new “latest and greatest” product after another and they still have yet to get anything real online that will get to work FOR THEM.

When you’re trying to build a real online business, trying to catch the Shiny Things can make you look and act like my cat. And, as Bailey can’t seem to figure out – you can’t CATCH Shiny Things. All you do is run around TRYING to catch the all-illusive “prize”.



What DOES Work?


Wanna know what really works when building an online business?

  • Snowballs
  • Shortcuts
  • Resources
  • Assets
  • These are four things that I believe in firmly…..and the four things that have enabled me to get to this point of success I’ve had online so far.

    They are also the same 4 things that can get YOU ahead online, too.



    PotPieGirls Personal Under The Radar Notes


    I do a lot more online that just “be” PotPieGirl. In fact, my preferred online business model is very “under the radar”. It’s something I deliberately worked towards and something I still deliberately work ON.

    Just like my dishwasher, it’s something you load…and then let it work for you. No, it’s not “effortless”. And to be honest, if you’re still looking for that all-illusive “effortless” system to make money online, you’re reading the wrong blog ;)

    Also, unlike One Week Marketing, it’s not free to implement so I had to work with free techniques until I got to the point where I could get to my “under the radar” ways.

    No, it’s not PPC or CPA offers or whatever the latest and greatest is…. It’s just good old-fashioned web real estate.

    Yes, websites.

    No, it’s not “sexy” and it’s sure not Shiny…but it works.

    I’ve learned a lot about creating these little sites….and learned a lot of shortcuts, too.

    I’ll be sharing these things with all you great folks that are on one of my lists in the upcoming days.

    No, it’s not gonna cost anything….Just little ol’ me sharing some things I’ve learned – and things I am currently learning to make it even better.

    While my silly video up there won’t change your life, I’d like to think that some of the info and insight I have to share might have some impact.

    Even if all it does is help ONE person focus, get to taking real consistent action, and stop chasing Shiny Things, I will be super excited!



    Do You Want My Under The Radar Notes?


    If you’d like to read along as I send out my Under The Radar notes – great! I’m happy to have you with us!

    If you’re already on one of my lists (ie, you get occasional emails from me now and then already) then you don’t need to do a thing. You’re all set!

    If you are NOT currently on a list of mine, all ya gotta do is sign up here at PotPieGirl.com

    OR at OneWeekMarketing

    OR at 6StepNicheSites.com

    OR get my free Squidoo 101 Guide.

    OR, just follow me on Twitter (twitter.com/potpiegirl). As the emails go out, I will link to them in a Twitter Tweet post thingy.

    All there is to it =)

    That’s it from me for now. I’m thinking I might go get a flashlight and turn off the lights to see what Bailey does with THAT Shiny Thing!

    Hope my Flip camera is all charged up!

    Have a great day!

    Jennifer
    ~PotPieGirl




    { 55 comments }

    Brian January 19, 2010 at 6:32 am

    I have (and am working on) OWM, so I’ll be waiting with bated breath for your emails.

    For real fun, though, get a cheap laser pointer. Entertainment for you and the cat for hours! :)

    Brian

    PotPieGirl January 19, 2010 at 6:52 am

    Oh, Brian… a laser pointer! What a GREAT idea!!!!!!

    (do I sound like someone who has too much time on her hands? hahahahahaha!)

    Heather Villa January 19, 2010 at 11:24 am

    I love it when everyday tasks and events turn into ideas and lessons learned.

    I’m going to second the laser pointer. My daughter kept the neighbor’s cat busy for half a day. lol

    Julie January 19, 2010 at 4:24 pm

    I absolutely LOVED this post! Your cat had me rolling – we had a dog that would do the same thing. She’d turn in circles on the ground chasing the light from a flashlight. PRICELESS!

    Seriously though…I am easily distracted by shiny things *raises hand* Is there a group for us like Shiny-things Anonomyous? :)

    Your blog has inspired me to take action today and to work on my niche blog. Thanks again for everything you do!

    Julie

    Art January 19, 2010 at 4:34 pm

    This is hilarious!

    We have a chocolate lab, Bodie, who goes nuts for a laser pointer! We can’t use it with him any more, though, because he “does number 2″ from being so excited. Obviously no youtube videos of that…
    Seriously, thanks for a clever and impactful post. You’re the best, PPG!

    Kathy January 19, 2010 at 5:06 pm

    Oh Jennifer, this is just what we needed today to “lighten the load” of life. Especially after hearing of serious conditions that our friend Deb Williams is dealing with. The moral of the story is: don’t spend your life chasing the things you will totally never have. Life is too short, so make the best of what you can grasp now, then reach higher.

    That’s all I have for now!
    Kathy

    Roseanne January 19, 2010 at 5:59 pm

    Hi
    Love reading your emails I stopped running after the shinny things ages ago, just set up a site and left it alone, now I get paid without having to do a thing!

    Kevin Opdekamp January 19, 2010 at 8:00 pm

    Hi Jen

    Great post again.
    I’ve been overloaded by information and “shiny things” in the past and it’s true,you should focus on the stuff that really DOES work like you say in your post.
    I still love learning from you and keep up the good work.

    Steve G. January 19, 2010 at 8:12 pm

    Jennifer,

    That was a great video. I also second the suggestion for the laser pointer. My cat loves to chase the little red dot all over the house. Since she is an indoor kitty it also gives her the exercise she needs.

    That new video cam works great. I have a Squidoo lens about it I put up for Xmas, so I am glad to actually see it in action and how well it works.

    I know what you mean about the shiny things. I still spend way to much time chasing those. As a matter of fact that is one of my new years resolutions and I was doing pretty good until you sent this email about your new video (just kidding, I love to keep up with your stuff).

    Keep up the good work and here’s to your continued success online.

    Steve G.

    nic January 19, 2010 at 8:15 pm

    Pot pie girl,
    You are one of the best “con artists” on the Net, you know why I say this and so do I, but your followers don’t, I blew your cover in an email before Xmas , you didn’t reply, which means you scuttled down an alley with your tail between your legs.
    Bet you don’t publish this!!!!
    Kind regards
    Nic

    bj January 19, 2010 at 8:20 pm

    You should have seen my two cats sitting on my lap avidly watching Bailey on the video! Should I admit here that we’re all LOLCat fans?

    As I get ready to start my very first HELL DAY (okay, so I’m a little slow, it took me over five days to do the first dang two!) I look forward to seeing how this all pulls together, and I’ve already got my ideas and a product for my next campaign for next “week” (which should be about two weeks from now at the rate I’m going!)

    Bailey did make me laugh. I’ve spent a fair bit of time the last few days UNSUBSCRIBING to shiny things opt in lists! I’m putting my money on you, Jen! (actually, I did already, LOL!)

    Okay, back to work. Word for the day– FOCUS!

    Jonathan January 19, 2010 at 8:25 pm

    Hi Jennifer

    I … will … not … be …. distracted … by … shiny things

    :)

    But …. no matter how much I tell myself this I still do get distracted often. So thanks for the reminder!

    The item in your post I entirely agree with is small websites that make money – it is simply a no brainer, especially with a trainer like you making it so easy Jennifer.

    Jonathan

    Jackie Lee January 19, 2010 at 8:26 pm

    Jen ~

    Fantastic analogy. It’s really the ONE thing that can make all the difference ~ choose one thing and then stick with it. Choose something that fits in with where you are in your IM career and then stick to it. (I personally say for 6 months at least) before you move on to anything else. Each thing you do will teach you things that will enable you to move up to something a little more difficult (and/or expensive to implement). But if you never stick to one thing you don’t learn how to do what needs to be done, nor do you make any money. Eventually you’ll throw your hands up and say this whole internet marketing thing just doesn’t work ~ but it does if you can stay focused. :) It’s a hard lesson to learn, but once you get it you start going places.

    Jay January 19, 2010 at 8:28 pm

    Funny you should mention the video camera (I, too, am getting one this week–for online purposes) and “shiny things” as I am debating several “shiny” products for my internet marketing addiction. Dave Ramsey says to keep your credit card in the deep freeze—can’t use it till it thaws so I have my thinking to do.
    Kudos from Alpharetta,
    Jay

    Arlene Chase January 19, 2010 at 9:52 pm

    Good post and good advice. Thanks to you and Jackie I am starting to get some sales

    Adrienne Jenkins January 19, 2010 at 10:44 pm

    Jennifer…

    Thanks for the post and super analogy. A great knock in the noggin’. While I think it’s tempting in the name of educating yourself to look at videos and read blog posts, it can get easy to look for the next shiny thing that will make things go faster when I really should be spending time on just the basics of implementing what you’re telling me to do in the One Week Marketing Plan before moving on. It seems so simple and yet, I still haven’t fully implemented the whole program all the way through but pine for something new. So thanks for the nudge….

    Blondmoo January 19, 2010 at 11:14 pm

    Shortcuts…ahhh that makes my heart go pitter patter….

    Just to let you know I have upgraded to owning my own Real Estate…..now every bit of effort is for me and me alone…..a $60 day on my first niche site…my better half said it looked like I was praying to the Gods (maybe I was thanking the Google Gods, LOL)…..I will be making one or more a week until I reach my goal, actually your Old goal.

    Ron January 20, 2010 at 12:07 am

    Hi Jennifer

    Thanks for the story and video. It made me smile.
    You gotta love cats.

    Kirsten@ Iron Water Filter January 20, 2010 at 12:09 am

    HI Jen
    You were the person who always encouraged me to build my own websites so i progressed from free one week marketing campaigns, over the wordpress goldmine and learned how to build sites. it took me a week to build a site at first and i very nearly gave up because there were a lot of new techy things to learn but now i can set up a site after i have written my content in less than three hours and its keeps getting easier. not fancy sites at all – but they make money!
    so while i am not making heaps a day, i can see that i will be. thanks always for being real and for keeping us all on track.
    regards
    kirsten

    Dee January 20, 2010 at 12:18 am

    Now Bailey is a real “cool cat.” I can dig it:)

    Mike @ Farmville Player Secrets January 20, 2010 at 12:19 am

    Jen,
    Thank you for posting your video, I did definitely learned something from watching it.

    We can learn a lot from our pets… ;o)

    Mike @ Farmville Player Secrets January 20, 2010 at 12:20 am

    bad grammar…opps…

    Barb January 20, 2010 at 12:20 am

    Hi Jen, Thanks so much for the great video. I so needed it. While it is very funny, it relates to me a whole lot. I keep saying I need to focus on just one thing, but I do tend to be scattered and go after the shiny things too, not unlike Bailey.
    What a great reminded to get back on track and follow the steps that work.
    Much appreciated
    Warm regards
    Barb

    Debbie January 20, 2010 at 12:51 am

    I appreciate your wise advise. I fell for a shiny thing last week. I was having a bad newbie day trying to figure out how to get a plug in link cloaker on my blog. The hype for the wonderful new product said “So easy your dog could do it”. I would like to see the dog that could. After watching 4 videos on how to install it that my dog said he did not understand at all, I sent it back unopened for a refund. I learned once again that the promised shortcuts are not really that, and sadly, sometimes out right lies.
    I am glad I found OWM and a handful of real people like you that I can actually trust to help me along.

    wow leveling guides January 20, 2010 at 3:42 am

    This article hits me hard. I so guilty of chasing the shinny things. But I am glad though that I have learned to skip them for later.

    Thanks for this post

    Tom @ Office Password Pros January 20, 2010 at 5:18 am

    I join all the others in admitting to chasing the next shiny thing. My thoughts were that I would try to learn everything about every type of internet marketing. Ha-ha. Little did I know how foolish that is. The result is not being a master of any of them.

    So trying to focus more now and not spread myself too thin (but those shiny new objects sure look pretty enticing, sometimes!)

    By the way, beautiful cats, Jennifer! And as so many suggested, a laser pointer is the best. And my cat makes that “chattering” sound too, when he’s sitting in the window and sees birds outside! Interesting parallel with the shiny thing flying around the room.

    How To Build a List January 20, 2010 at 11:03 am

    Bailey has one more fan here – I look forward to a cat-a-log (sorry!) of his/her exploits.

    I think that was one of the best videos on Internet Marketing I’ve ever seen, we’re all a bunch of Baileys!

    I am looking forward to the small sites info Jen – that is very much where the action is.

    Ammie January 20, 2010 at 1:07 pm

    Oh that elusive Shiny Thing! :-)

    Unfortunately I am a bit familiar with the “Shiny Thing Syndrome” and I agree completely when you say “Be Careful Who You Learn From.”

    I purchased One Week Marketing a few months ago, started using your program and then was distracted by “Shiny Things.” Darn!!

    So when creating my business plan for 2010, I’m back to one new campaign per week, just like outlined in One Week Marketing. We live and we learn. :-)

    Thank you for an excellent, well thought out system.

    Best to everyone for healthy, happy and successful New Year.

    Gary January 20, 2010 at 1:44 pm

    Your new camera is a shiny thing you know….

    Jeremy's Mission Trips January 21, 2010 at 6:46 pm

    Ok thats funny. I’ve never been a cat person but they’re growing on me.

    Stacy January 22, 2010 at 2:37 am

    lol! I call that cat chattering thing “communicating with aliens”. My cats have done that when they spot birds, bugs, anything that turns on that “must hunt” instinct.

    And I love a pink-nosed kitty!

    Jay W Evenson January 22, 2010 at 2:53 am

    Hi Jennifer,
    I am just stuck. No money, credit cards maxed out as I had a shoulder accident. Don’t have time for the operation so am getting by. I signed up with you months ago but I don’t know how to build a web site , can not afford to hire some one to do it so I need some non shine advice on how, where, and what. I am 65 and I keep thinking kids do this why can’t I? I have joined so many so called experts on affiliate marketing etc only to find out after you sign up then they have a whole back room full of one time offers you need to make things work. It seems to me that most of them are just a scam. They don’t say this is a one time fee for the complete product. I maxed out the credit cards to find one that would really help only to find out that you have to pay for their coaching teem. I just got bummed out on the whole thing so I quit for a few months. Now I do realize that there is a way to make money but I am still in the dark corner. Is it possible to steer me like step 1. 2. etc your information is good for a technical person but to me it is a foreign language. Thank you Jennifer, Jay

    David Franklin January 22, 2010 at 9:12 pm

    Jennifer,

    Great post and fun video. Remember driving our cat nuts the same way years ago. Was I messing with the cat or was the cat messing with me by getting me to entertain her for hours? Somehow I think the cat got it’s way.

    As for the real message here… GUILTY. I have more windows open then bus on it’s way back from a chili feed.

    My wife Lori (a OWM devotee) sent me this and it was not without intent.

    Thanks for the kind and caring kick in the rear.
    David

    Penny Go @ Camper Values January 23, 2010 at 6:28 am

    Hi Jennifer,
    Just checking in to say thanks again, you did change my life for the better with 6 Step Websites. I made several blogs before learning your techniques, and they bellyflopped. My Camper website is doing quite well. Thanks again, and love to kitty!

    Tim Morton January 23, 2010 at 1:43 pm

    I was struck by Jay Evanson’s comment. It sounded so familiar (except I’m 68). I even wrote to you about at one time. Unfortunately, I didn’t hear anything back – I’m sure you were washing dishes at the time. I muddled through things and am “on the verge” of launching my on line career. I don’t know if it will work, but it didn’t cost me anything to start it. All I’m doing now is following your One Week Marketing Plan. I belonged to Wealthy Affiliates for ten months and just got thoroughly confused. Then I went with Bum Marketing… then 4-Day Money Making Blueprint… and finally I found you, Jennifer. I probably could have stayed with any one of these programs and gotten myself started in Internet marketing. But, I was always looking for that little something (that shiny thing) that would make it easy for me. I just want Jay to know that there is no “easy” answer – it just takes a couple of things: determination and consistency. If I don’t stick with it and do the work that’s required (and do it now and consistently) nobody else is going to do it for me. My realization is that this is another “job” albeit a good job. I can see the day, in the not so distant future, where I will be able to sit back and relax a little bit if I so choose. The only modification that I made to your plan, Jennifer, was to create my own website. I’ve been doing that for years for other people so that part isn’t such a stretch for me. Jenn, if you want to let Jay get in touch with me, I can help him with the web stuff. Things are so different today from the times when I started doing web work back in the late 80′s. Nowadays you can have a website up and running in a couple of hours at a cost of about $100 per year. With the advent of places like GoDaddy.com (and others) who have free programs like WordPress, Joomla! (and others), it really quite simple to have a nice website very quickly. I know this may sound horrible to Jay but if a person follows Jenn’s plan that hundred dollars will be in your PayPal account (or wherever) in no time at all. After all, that IS part of Jennifer’s plan – to take that initial revenue and reinvest it into your business focusing on the creation of websites. My first Internet marketing website is just in its infancy, but you can bet your ‘shiny things’ that it will grow and grow each day and within a few weeks it will be a real asset to my business.

    Yes, it’s very easy to get distracted in the beginning. I’m just going to say to Jay, “Get Jenn’s OWMP; study it; follow it and grow with it.” Jenn’s mantra has always been very similar to Nike’s “Just Do It!” I’m one of those people who gathers information until the cows come home – but there was no ACTION. This is called “Analysis Paralysis” – not a good thing. Jay, you may be like me – after all we are from the same era ;-( I’m going to encourage you to read Jenn’s program one more quick time, write up a plan of action and the Just Do It!

    Thanks, Jennifer, your videography career is waxing, like the on-coming full moon. And thanks to Bailey for pointing out to us that the IM life is full of ‘shiny things’. Just stay focused, do the work and your new career will open before you. BUT, it is “work”, there is no free lunch. It reminds me of a cartoon I saw about half a century ago: a guy comes to the end of the lunch counter and spots a tray of lunch with a sign on it that said, “FREE LUNCH, $1.95″. I’m sure that’s what you’ve been running up against… me too. Every shiny thing that comes along has a price tag attached to it.

    I’m sorry to ramble on like this, but I think I’m beginning to get this IM stuff. It really is about helping other people along their path. The bank account will begin growing, but not unless I start DOING something. Geez, I sound so pushy, like I know it all. Well, I don’t. But Jenn can help us out.

    Pheromone January 24, 2010 at 8:04 am

    PPG,

    I am so thankful for finding you. Read OWM and only did some things for a couple weeks instead of everything. Had some confusion and instead of staying focused I did my own thing. Past several days I made myself do everything and the light bulb started turning on and getting rid a most of the confusion.

    Just by staying on track.

    I love that you have specific tasks for 7 days and then it’s just rinse and repeat. Yes, even I can do it, and will do it better most every week.

    Love what you say about not trying to be perfect and just do it.

    You have no idea how much respect and admiration I have for you. I’m a total believer in your system and your sincerity.

    Blessings

    victoria January 24, 2010 at 2:19 pm

    We’re all a little guilty of this but thats western consumerism for you the entire system is set up to give you an attitude of “if i just buy this then i can…” when the truth is you can do it anyway without that latest shiney thing.

    Oh and definately get a laser pointer (a low power red one otherwise it’s a tad dangerous) they are great for driving pets nuts!

    Scott January 24, 2010 at 8:40 pm

    Hi Everyone (and Jennifer!)

    If you’re reading this (24/01/10) now can you confirm if feedest.com is down? Tried to access in every browser and nothing happens!

    PS. If you have any other RSS directories that are worthy of mention please let me know.

    Thanks

    Scott

    Brookelorren January 25, 2010 at 10:31 am

    Thank you for posting your new under the radar series. You inspired me to get my first income-targeted domain, which is on a subject that I’ve written quite a lot about already and had plenty of resources, but my new domain is now an asset. I’m looking forward to building up my new domain!

    Lupu Vasi January 25, 2010 at 3:58 pm

    Hi,

    Yes, I 100% agree. This is why the real products can’t be market anymore. Too much scam products.
    Google tried to take them out. Bravo!

    I’m wondering if the market is not saturated?

    Thanks.

    Kevin January 25, 2010 at 5:44 pm

    would like to thank u for sharing your knowledge on makeing money on the internet. iam just learning how to use the comeputer and it sure is a lot to learn. but with your easy to follow tuitorals im close to getting a squidoo lens .most people charge for there material and when u get it your just as lost and confused as before u sent fot it.just whant to thank you. Kevin

    SillyStats January 26, 2010 at 11:09 am

    Thanks Jeniffer for that awesome post and amazing video. Those where priceless shots indeed. I just love your Kitty. Though I am not really a Cat person but some Cat videos never fails to amaze me. That laser pointer is fun though, I might try using this on my dog, this will terribly drive him crazy as well.

    John January 26, 2010 at 7:17 pm

    With the limited time that I have I have read much of your information. There is a lot……..good stuff. I have only one question……how many lenses and other paying sites have you created to get to that magic number of $273.97 daily? I realize that some products will pay better than others, and I realize that I am asking a question that may violate your personal practice of making money on line. Perhaps a better way to ask is have others achieved or exceeded this daily income that you know of? Please don’t take offense but I am still skeptical. Thank you for accepting my comment.
    Best Wishes,
    John

    Cynthia January 28, 2010 at 2:40 pm

    Yes, I would love to hear more about your success story as John on 1-26th had asked. Or other success stories out there. I just created my first lens on Squidoo for affiliate marketing. No sales yet. I am wondering how many more affiliate sites I will need to make a meaningful income or if it is possible. I understand from the many posts I have read that creating your own website is where more money is made but how do you choose a business to market? I am sure I need more training to understand all of this…

    Magriet du Plessis January 31, 2010 at 9:49 am

    I only get to these now, but I love the video. We have just lost our cat that was 20 years old so this was also a little sad for me.

    As far as the shiny things to, I have stopped but now maybe I’m like your black cat giving too little attention to new things and getting behind!

    Jack Chase January 31, 2010 at 1:55 pm

    great post. I have a small yorkshire terrier and he is always doing crazy stuff – guess we should get a camera and film him sometimes. maybe even send them in to a funny videos tv show, you can get like £250 for good funny videos!

    Jessica February 5, 2010 at 5:23 pm

    Excellent post. Speaking of yorshire terrier, I have one too and they are very crazy most of the time. I have a lot of good stuff on tape too.

    Jewel@ Wealthy Affiliate Review February 7, 2010 at 3:16 am

    Your kitty is so precious. I have a pure black cat that does this when he sees a bird outside. He will sit by the open window and do this all day. I just got a video camera for Christmas, so I am hoping to video tape him this spring.

    Business Plan for Grants February 10, 2010 at 2:01 pm

    I think it’s tempting in the name of educating yourself to look at videos and read blog posts, it can get easy to look for the next shiny thing that will make things go faster when I really should be spending time on just the basics of implementing what you’re telling me to do in the One Week Marketing Plan before moving on.

    Lich King Gold February 16, 2010 at 6:04 am

    Jen, love your site and One Week Marketing. I bought your program a few months ago and its working.

    My lens is sitting on the first page of google for my keyword. First page first results.

    Pretty neat.

    made 188 from it. thats a start I am thrilled at that…
    Thanks for it Jennifer

    consumer credit counseling services February 16, 2010 at 3:09 pm

    Well, the moral of the story is: don’t spend your life chasing the things you will totally never have. Life is too short, so make the best of what you can grasp now, then reach higer.

    kpss forumu February 23, 2010 at 9:29 pm

    video very funny :)

    Maxwell Fequiere March 1, 2010 at 12:21 am

    My God, i thought you were going to chip in with some {decisive|important} {insight|perceptiveness} at the end there!

    Leather Recliner for The Win March 5, 2010 at 10:28 pm

    ..i’m also chasing that ‘efforless’ way to make money online. And it gets tiring sometimes when you can’t ‘catch’ it.

    Electrically Smoke the BBQ March 5, 2010 at 10:35 pm

    I don’t know how Snowballs made it into 4 of the things that work for you. I got a bit curious and i’m imagining how i can relate Snowballs ?= Money.

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