Dustin Johnson

Increase you wealth today.

image

March 3, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Android 4.0 Tablet PC “Xinc” – 7 Inch Capacitive Touch Screen, 1.2Ghz CPU, 4GB (White) – http://pinterest.com/pin/390616967650215064/

February 20, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | | Leave a comment

MOVED!

This blog has been moved to http://dustinljohnson.blogspot.com/ come check out the changes I’ve made.

June 3, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The 5 Best Self Help Books By Matt Maresca

I am an avid reader of self help books. I love to get inspired and then make some changes to my life. Each day of my life I try to grow in one area. Self help books give me ideas of new ways to keep myself in constant growth.

Having read a large number of great self help books, it was difficult to narrow my list down to the five best. I feel that this list here should be required reading for anyone, no matter what you do for a living.

In fact, I would recommend you read each book multiple times and take copious notes as you do. The small details that you miss could be the golden nuggets that you need to take your life to the next level.

What is great about this list is that each book covers a different aspect of personal growth. One book is about creating positive habits for success. The second book is about appreciating the difficulties of life. The third is about improving your relationships with those you come in contact with. The fourth deals with wealth and happiness. And the fifth deals with becoming a master in one area of life.

So without further delay, here is my list of the five best self help books.

1) 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven Covey

This is simply a tremendous book on creating positive habits that promote productivity. Covey teaches you how to clear the clutter out of your life and mind and just get things done. The teachings in this book have inspired many of the top personal development gurus in the world. It is truly a modern classic.

2) The Dip by Seth Godin

This little book does not get the credit it deserves. It is short and to the point. It is an easy read, which allows for immediate action. This book will change the way you view life’s problems. All of life’s challenges are in place for a reason and Godin explains why you should learn to love these challenges. Seth Godin is a tremendous self help educator and this is, by far, his most underrated work.

3) How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

This book is a timeless classic. It was written many years ago, but the teachings are still very much valid today. When I first read it, I was skeptical being that it was such an old book. Yet, when I began reading, I immediately saw the power it holds. If you ever come in contact with another human being in life, this book can help you. It teaches you not only how to make friends, but how to get people to listen to you and respect you. After reading this book, you will get more out of all your relationships in life…if you apply the principles.

4) 7 Strategies for Wealth and Happiness by Jim Rohn

Jim Rohn is my favorite motivational guru of all time. He was a great speaker and had a great mind. He knew exactly what to say to get things to make sense to people. This is also clear in his writing. This book will teach you how to change your life by putting yourself in a position for success. Your attitude about wealth and happiness will change after reading this book. You will go from blaming the world to challenging yourself to rise above it.

5) Mastery: The Keys to Success and Long-Term Fulfillment by George Leonard

This book is unique to anything I have ever read. It teaches you how to take one area of your life and become a complete master of it. Mastery is really only possible in one thing at a time, yet so many of us try to be good at everything. By focusing on one thing to master, we can create something of high value for the world that will surpass anything else we could have otherwise done. This is definitely a must read to get you thinking about where you are headed in your life’s journey.

These five best self help books can change your life. In fact, if you allow them to they will change your life. They will change the way you view everything and will help you improve your attitude and habits. Each day of your life is special. These books will help you grow to make the most of every moment from this day forward.

Matt Maresca is an author and lover of life. His passion is in self growth, and he has read many of the best self help books as seen in this article. His goal is to get the most out of life and help anyone he can reach do the same. Matt created a website with a blog centering around taking your life to new, powerful heights. The address is http://www.mylifemotivation.com so check it out for more great stuff from Matt.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Matt_Maresca

May 18, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | , | Leave a comment

Giveaways

I’m going to start weekly giveaways for gift cards and electronics all you have to do to enter these is leave me a comment each week and subscribe to get blog updates. You will only be entered to win if you are a subscriber. I will be adding a giveaways section to this blog where you can see what is being given away this week.

May 17, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , | 1 Comment

3 Tasks That Every Home-Based Business Owner Must Do Daily By Hamish Jones

If you want to be a successful home-based business owner then you need to emulate what other successful work from home entrepreneurs are doing. You need to do what they do every day, without fail. If you want to be a successful home based business owner then there are a variety of things that you have to do. There are three things that are more important than all of the others and I have outlined them below.

As a successful home-based business owner you must:

Have a to-do list – You need to have a daily to-do list. At the end of each day you should sit down for five or ten minutes to map out all of the things that you need to do the next day. At the end of each week, I do it on Sunday evening. You should also set up a weekly to do list with mini goals.

Prioritize the most important tasks – I’ve recently reread a book by Brian Tracy called “Eat That Frog.” It is a book about setting tasks and prioritizing so you are more successful in life and you get more done. One of the most important arguments in this book is that you will not get everything done that you want to get done. There are some things in your list that just aren’t that important. You need to prioritize your tasks and scrap those things that just aren’t that important. There are four levels of priority for tasks; urgent and important, important but not urgent, urgent but not important and not urgent and not important. Obviously the urgent and important tasks are those tasks that need to be completed first. This is followed by the important but not urgent tasks. If possible you should try and outsource all of your other tasks.

Make sure everything you do supports your goals – The most important thing that you need to do each day is make sure that all of your tasks are geared towards achieving your goals. If a task on your list is not geared towards achieving your goal then you shouldn’t be doing it. Everything that you do should be geared towards achieving your goals.

If you want to be successful in home-based business then you need to do what those who have come before you do. You need to have a daily to do list with the important tasks prioritized. You need to make sure that all that you do is geared towards achieving your goals.

Hamish Jones is the founder of Best Business Deals.

Check out the blog for more great advice home based business advice.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Hamish_Jones

May 17, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , | Leave a comment

Iron Man 2

Win 2 FREE tickets for Iron man 2! Just leave me a comment and the person with the most interesting comment get the tickets. Also include your email so I can contact you to send the tickets.

May 10, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | 2 Comments

What do you want to know?

I’ve been really busy with other projects and haven’t devoted much time into this blog in awhile. So What I want is for you guys to post me some comments on what you want to see on this blog in the near future and I will get to work on showing you guys what you want to see.

So in the mean time I’m going to tell you that I just watched Iron Man 2. I really enjoyed the 2nd one as much as the first. Plenty of action, humor, and of course cool gadgets.

May 10, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , | Leave a comment

Wow Finally able to post again.

Hey everyone I know it’s been awhile, but I’m finally able to post on here again. I had a problem when I deleted my email and all my info and couldn’t remember my password or anything for this blog. Sometimes I am a real genius.

January 5, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

How to use WordPress to get more traffic to your site.

By Moshe Morris on updating

Something interesting that I noticed about WordPress blogs – it seems that the category pages rank well in the search engines. I couldn’t quite figure out why this was at first, but then it dawned on me. The category pages are pages that are constantly being updated. That is to say, each and every time that there is a new post in a particular category, the category page changes. This means that that page has constantly updating, relevant content – something that the search engines like!

Assuming that my understanding of why these pages do well is true, the question now is what can we do to capitalize on that fact. Well, I have a simple idea – get a free WordPress plug-in called Ultimate Tag Warrior and start tagging your posts with relevant tags. These tags essentially function like category pages, since each tag has it’s own page. That means that each and every time you add a new post to a particular tag you are changing the content for that tag page. Again, this is exactly the type of page that Google likes.

It’s certainly worth a try.

P.S. I’ll try and write a follow-up post showing you step-by-step how to use the Ultimate Tag Warrior.

August 11, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment