Building a Website on a Tight Budget

I’ve got the last two parts of my live presentation “How to Make a Living in the Natural Health Movement” here for you! I’m including: How to start a mail order business from anywhere, how to build a website on a tight budget, and more! If you missed the first parts, click here for part one, and here for part two.

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Update!

The course “How to Make a Living in the Natural Health Movement” is going to be released on Thursday! This is our 4th edition — most complete to date, featuring the detailed 10 modules PLUS hands-on webinars and exclusive bonuses for the first people who sign up. One bonus we’re all excited about is the DVD series by Terry Dean “Blogging for Fun and Profits” — which is already sold for $97 on this page.… Read More »

Video Presentation: How to Make a Living in the Natural Health Movement, Part 2

This is part 2  live conference I did last summer at the Vibrant Living Expo in Fort Bragg, California.  If you missed the first part, click here.

*Update*

My course “How to Make a Living in the Natural in Natural Health Movement” — the complete program I only offer twice a year —  is scheduled to be launched on Thursday!

This 4th edition includes a new feature: complete hands-on webinars where I’ll hold your hand and help you build your own website from scratch!

posted a quick video last week with more information about the bonuses we’re offering for this 4th edition.

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How to Get Your Website Done… in One Evening!

I found that the biggest problem people have to succeed with their online business is not being able to get a fully functional and monetizable website up and running. People spend months and often years to get it done!

In my upcoming webinars as part of “How to Make a Living in the Natural Health Movement“, I’ll show you how to do it in one evening. Even better: we’ll do it together. Check out this video:

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Is There Enough Room For Everybody?

Before I move to today’s Do What You Love Tip, I want to give you a heads up regarding the launch of our course “How to Make a Living in the Natural Health Movement”!

We’re about to release a revised 4th edition of the course, with some very exciting new features. This is our most complete program on earning a living doing what you love, and it’s only available once or twice a year. It’s set to be launched on January 14th, and will be available for about 2 days. Stay tuned for more details!

Are you afraid that if everybody were trying to do a living doing what they love, there would be too much competition and not enough space for everybody?… Read More »

Things I Hate About the Winter… and How to Move to the Tropics!

istock_000010053914xsmallI grew up in the cold and snow, but now I have decided I never wanted to experience another winter. This is my story.

In Quebec, the famous French poet Gilles Vignault wrote “My country is not a country, it’s winter” (Mon pays c’est pas un pays, c’est l’hiver). Although it doesn’t translate that well from the original French, I think it still summarizes well the love/hate relationship many Northerners have with the winter.

On the one hand, the winter defines who we are. On the other hand, we despise the hardships of the cold season.

Other satirical comments have been made about the winter in Canada or the Northern states, such as

“We have two seasons in Canada, cold and not as cold”

I was told that the best way to go through the winter is to embrace it.… Read More »

The Different Types of Information Products

A lot of people ask me: what kind of product can I sell on my website?

I personally have had the most success with information products. Here’s a list of possible types of information products you can release.

The following excerpt is taking from my Do What You Love newsletter, a monthly printed newsletter I send to members of my Do What You Love Success Group only.To learn more about this newsletter, click here.

There are many different types of products you can sell on the Internet. My only focus here is to show you how to create and sell information products (as opposed to consumable items such as food, cosmetics, or appliances). Let’s take a look at the different types of information products you can create and sell.… Read More »

Costa Rica: What’s the Cost of Living?

img_2507My main home at the moment is Costa Rica. I’ve been spending 3 to 5 months of the winter here for the last few years, and this year I’ll be here for over 6 months.

After that, I will be traveling around the world for around a year. Then, I’ll probably come back to Costa Rica to settle here semi-permanently, probably spending 6 to 8 months a year here, and traveling to other places or visiting North America the rest of the time.

A lot of people wonder what the cost of living is down here. They fancy a simple life in the tropics, and would like to be able to do this for a fraction of what it’d cost in North America or Europe or Australia.… Read More »

Why WordPress is the Best Website to Have

lastfmforwordpresslogoRecently someone asked me what I think of Joomla, a popular type of website software with lots frills. I responded roughly:

“I don’t like Joomla. It’s too complicated for the average user and most Joomla websites look terrible. The most “civilized” and best website you can have is a WordPress website.”

People ask me all the time:

  • What kind of website should I have?
  • Do I need a blog?
  • Is wordpress a blog?
  • Should you have a blog AND a website?

I think these questions show that there’s still a lot of confusion when it comes to building a website. I see it all the time not just with people who are getting started, but often with those who have established website.… Read More »

Why I Rent — Discussion on Renting Vs. Buying

I admit it, I’m a renter.

At least a few times a year, I get told by my parents that I should buy a house, or put some money down on a condo.

“When you rent, you throw away your money”, they told me many times. “You want to end up with something in the future, like a house”.

In spite of hearing this advice many times, I still rent, and intend on doing so for a long time. Here’s why:

My Philosophy on Debt

The borrower is servant to the lender” — Proverbs, 22:7

The modern tool for enslavement is debt. In fact, there’s never been a better tool designed to restrict people’s freedom. The path has been clearly laid out when you were born.Read More »