Do Something Every Day to Increase Your Income

Advice for Beginners, Priorities November 17th, 2014

Do something every day to increase your income

By Wael Abdelgawad | DomainerPro.com

If you want to be successfully self-employed, it comes down to this: Every day you must work on something that will increase your income or diversify your income sources.

There’s no such thing as stability. Suppliers go out of business or raise prices. Buyers switch suppliers or cut budgets. Over-reliance one any one entity is doom.

If your income is not going up, count on it going down.

Yes, it’s important to learn new skills, keep up with trends and innovate. But have you done something today to increase your income? That’s the bottom line.

As someone said, do something every day that your future self will thank you for.

Are There Still Opportunities in Domain Names?

Advice for Beginners, Life Issues, Opportunities, Priorities October 31st, 2007

opportunities in domain names?

Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.
Thomas A. Edison (1847 – 1931)

Many new domainers feel that the domain name train has left the station. They look at the pioneers like Rick Schwartz, Frank Schilling and Kevin Ham and think, “Those guys took all the good names. There’s nothing left. It was a one-time deal.” Is that true? Can you still get rich with domain names, or is it too late?

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What Makes Your Children Happy?

Life Issues, Priorities August 20th, 2007

Every domain name professional fantasizes about living and working on a tropical beach, right?

Hint: It’s Not the Number of Domain Names in Your Portfolio

An article on MSNBC describes the surprising findings of a study conducted by The Associated Press and MTV on the nature of happiness among America’s young people. This extensive survey presented more than 100 questions to 1,280 people ages 13-24.

What single thing do you think makes these young people the most happy? Cool clothes? A new bike or car? Music? An iPod? Being popular?

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