A Kick In The Wallet and a Thornhill rant!

 

ship discount prom dresses 2016 at groupdress.comThe following is the guest blog post which I submitted to be published on John Thornhill`s blog. I talked about this in my previous post called “Overcoming Procrastination”

————

I have been meaning to write this blog post on procrastination to submit To John Thornhill`s blog ever since the end of March when I bought a product through his affiliate link and was given this opportunity as one of his bonuses. But guess what?…I`ve been putting it off all these months!

I regret to admit that I am one of those people that need a kick up the backside to get moving and will always find a thousand excuses to do something tomorrow (or never!) rather than today. In this particular case, the combination of a realization that my bonuses would soon expire and re-visting a video of one of John Thornhill`s epic rants were the spurs to jump start me into action!

I am actually improving… things were worse before because as I realise now, I was wallowing in complacency. You see, I had my own small business (a driving school) and also work in a hotel, here on the beautiful mediterranean island of Cyprus. Although not exactly rich, my combined incomes were enough for me and my wife to live on.

I had been dabbling in internet marketing for a few years but not really taking it very seriously. Like most newbies, I have purchased a lot of products, filling up several hard drives in the process, but have rarely completed or mastered any of the courses that seemed so promising at the time I was clicking the buy button!

In 2013, the bottom fell out of our world! Suddenly, to our horror, we discovered that the Cypriot economy was collapsing. My bank, after years of throwing credit at me, suddenly froze my credit card and told me I had to pay them back what I owed them! Yikes! Worse was to come. After 15 years of having two jobs, I was told by the authorities that I could not renew my driving instructors licence because I earned more from my hotel job than my driving school. They were suddenly implementing a law dating from 1968, which had previously been ignored!

To cut a long story short, I have now had to close my driving school and that was the kick in the wallet that has motivated me to take the internet stuff more seriously. I have started a blog, after buying the domain name 5 or 6 years ago but never using it (no surprises there!) and have decided to partner with a marketer whose progress I have been following for a number of years. Dean Holland is one of the most well respected internet marketers around and I am very pleased to now be involved in his iPro membership program. Dean has an excellent team around him and the support & encouragement provided by them and the other partners through weekly webinars and a lively Facebook group is outstanding. It`s early days yet, but I have already made some sales and there are many success stories amongst the more established partners.

If you are interested in learning more about Dean Holland & how you might benefit from his vast online experience, I suggest you watch this free video where he explains his flagship product, The Big Commission Blueprint. Hopefully, watching that video will be able to motivate you, even if you too are a chronic procrastinator!

——————-

Unfortunately, John Thornhill felt unable to publish my above post with the promotion of BCB, as he is promoting Dean`s product in other ways and felt it would be in conflict. So what I did is edit it slightly, removing all mention of BCB & Dean Holland and just leaving a link to this blog. I am happy with that, as any extra traffic to my blog is welcome and there are plenty of opportunities once here, for a reader to click through to BCB 🙂

John has just informed me that the post is live and can be found here.


4 thoughts on “A Kick In The Wallet and a Thornhill rant!

  1. Hi Anthony. Ahh! the dreaded procrastination. Thanks for sharing this post with another sufferer…lol.

    It often takes something like job loss to give us the kick start we need. We have so many other things influencing us everyday that can sap our energy, stop us in out tracks and give us the thousands of excuses not to do something.

    Glad you are on track now and wish you all the success you deserve.

    Thanks again for sharing Anthony,

    Regards
    Gill
    Gill Watkins recently posted…Fear – Show It The DoorMy Profile

    1. Hi Gill!
      Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog. Yes, I am an expert at making excuses not to take action. I am finding that making written action tasks is helping me, otherwise it is easy to slip back in to old habits.Knowing that others have also gone through the same struggles & have reached success, is also encouraging.
      We will get there too!
      Kind Regards,
      Anthony

    1. Hi Peter,
      I am glad you enjoyed reading my post and that it resonated with you.
      The dreaded shiny object syndrome is a problem for most of us. I still yield to it on occasions but not as much as before. I try not to open emails that are going to tempt me to buy something else!:)
      Take Care,
      Anthony

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

13 − ten =

CommentLuv badge