Last week I announced that, after a lot of frustration, I was starting the book over anew. I hated the writing and didn’t think I put my point across well. As mentioned, this website is largely a passion project.
The last 2 years have changed my life. I went from being an overworked personal trainer without any real direction to an internet entrepreneur specializing in viral marketing. None of this was planned. I became obsessed with online networking, social media, blogging, and developing a web presence.
What struck me most was how many people were following blindly systems that no longer work. I decided to research psychology and behavioral economics hours a day and develop my own systems. This worked for me, and the book I was writing was where I wanted to share them.
This past two weeks I have done a lot of reflecting. One of my favorite things to do is to go to the beach outside my back door with a notebook and my favorite pen and write. I won’t ever publish the writing; it’s a private notebook, but I write whatever comes to my mind. The sentences are jumbled and I write whatever comes to mind.
Over and over again I wrote the words, “you gotta know when you hold em’, no when to fold em’, when the dealings done.” I have taken a full 2 weeks to mentally disengage from this project in the hopes I would come back with a renewed energy. In the end I couldn’t bring myself to start on reorganizing the chapters. After some thought I’ve decided that the time isn’t right for another full-fledged book.
Viralnomics is becoming a viral marketing blog
In the coming week(s) this website is going to undergo a facelift. Most of the tabs are going to be taken away and it’s going to be a minimalist blog; it will only highlight what you need to know and every post will be actionable. Instead of the content published as chapters, they will be individual blogposts meaning:
As always, I’ll do my best to keep it fun and entertaining.
As much as I do view this as a small defeat, the decision to turn this site into a blog did not come lightly. It was a decision that I contemplated for a long time and truly think it’s for the best.
Viralnomics is my breed of social media. It helped take me from relative obscurity to a beachfront home in Hawaii working remotely in under two years. I want to share what I learned with you because, by following the information I’ll write here, you can create financial freedom in your life as well — no matter your industry.
As always, thanks for joining me here.
P.S. The old content will still be on the site just not available through navigation. So you can always access it if you have the link.
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