Rainy Sunday Morning

The day before Labor Day is Sunday and it’s a rainy morning. Do you ever wake up and say what am I going to do today? I get up early enough to ask that question every day. I answer the question by doing a daily review of my projects, calendar, tasklist and what’s on my mind. It’s a ritual to open the apps on an android as I have my black coffee and figure out […]

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Ten Gigs

I registered the domain name MJCollinsCo.com yesterday. Today I setup a blog and did some updates here on this blog. I’m currently running two gigs. A gig is a small shoestring business capable of producing immediate income with little or no investment. Russell Brunson has me all fired up on blogging as a vehicle to find my voice. The first couple of gigs need to generate immediate income. Not a lot but enough to cover […]

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I Quit Selling Cars

I was asked in a Facebook group why I quit my job. I’d say it was because I was spinning my wheels. Quitting is not ideal but I am no longer constrained by lack of time. The job produced a lot of frustration and boredom. All of the effort I was putting into achieving mastery of my craft can now be directed toward getting a gig that clicks. Then another, and another. If I have […]

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Track Time and Money

Yesterday I started tracking time and money. Darren Hardy recommends it in his book The Compound Effect. Looking back on my time yesterday I don’t see much of it logged in evaluating and discovering my new business opportunity. Today I’m going to look at what I did with my time yesterday and think about how I can use my time more effectively today, now. Time now. That’s what’s on my mind. The time is now.

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Strengths Finder

I want to create an online business. After reading stuff by Rich Schefren I did an online personality profiling questionnaire at freestrengthsfinder.com. The main results: 1.Focus 2.Belief 3.Activator 4.Discipline 5.Communication The test identified me as a Myers-Briggs INTP. Actually, I believe I am an INTJ.

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