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Review Living A Laptop Lifestyle Book

I recently came across the book, ‘Living A Laptop Lifestyle’ and had the pleasure of meeting the authors, Greg and Fiona Scott. They gave a presentation, at an event put on by the Six Figure Mentors for its members, about how to write your own book. So who better to show what works in internet marketing, than someone who has already been there.

‘Living a Laptop Lifestyle’ is their story into how they found their feet in marketing on the internet. Like many people in today’s economic climate, their circumstances forced them to make changes to the way they earned an income. After Fiona was made redundant, from a high paying job, they had to re-think how to reclaim their lives. Determined to never trade their time for money again, Fiona and Greg decided to start their own business… but they had no idea where to start and what business to go into.

They attended what they call a ‘pitch fest’. This is a conference where other internet marketers talk about their products and have a platform to sell their ‘time limited offers’ or ‘money off for first 50 to sign up today’. If you have never been to one of these, count your self lucky, it is not a pleasant sight. Go to one to learn, but beware that you could end up buying products you may never need especially if you are new to internet marketing because you will not know what works and what doesn’t.

If you are thinking of starting out online, books written by entrepreneurs, like Greg and Fiona, can give you many tips and resources to get you started in the right direction to set up and run an online business.

Some of the points that are raised in the book, ‘Living a Laptop Lifestyle’,

1. Initial Investment

If you are starting out online, then don’t expect to invest zero. Many people think that they can start out online with nothing and earn millions. They may well have their bubble burst. Greg and Fiona talk about the reality of starting out online. Just as you can’t start an offline business with no money, so it follows that you will need to have some money to invest into your internet business.

2. The Pitfalls of Working for Yourself

If you are just starting out to build an online business, then you will need to be disciplined. The importance of time management and keeping to schedules is crucial when you are working for yourself. This book gives some useful tips and offers some tools that the couple use to help them schedule their time.

3. Mindset

The book does have a large section on mindset and you might wonder why. When starting out online you will realize that you will be working in isolation, so keeping a positive mindset is essential to your success.

4. Fear of Technology

Greg and Fiona break down this topic and show how the internet is accessible to everyone, no matter what your level of computer knowledge. There is no need to be afraid of the internet and to let this stop you from taking action to start out online. They give lots of advice about outsourcing and how to gain the skills you need to be successful online.

5. Keeping Focused

One of the reasons that stop many newcomers from succeeding in an online business, is that they keep chasing ‘shiny objects’. This means that they start one system, then a new one comes their way, so they drop everything to start something new and never complete any! They give up believing that building a business online doesn’t work. Greg and Fiona talk about how they avoided these ‘shiny objects’ and stayed focused on their goals and how you can too.

You will find links to Greg and Fiona’s businesses and this part of the reason for any one with a business to write a book. Whilst giving lots of advice and information about your own story, a book will also provide the opportunity for lead generation. So if you are starting out online then you will want to read this book. Similarly if you have been online for a while, then this book will help you to outline what you need to consider when writing your own story to build your own online business.

Body Art Modification Make a Style Statement With Body Piercing and Tattoo

Body Art: Is It Risky?

Body art has always been a topic of controversy. According to many people, it is a little risky and one may also get injured. There is a lot of controversy involved with body art but the fact is that it is becoming more and more popular among the young generation.

Though the purpose of body art was to scare the enemies in the ancient times but it is now a mere style statement. It is your personal choice to get your body pierced the way you want but you should always protect yourself from any infection or injury.

Educate Yourself

Remember, it’s very important to educate yourself about tattoos and piercings. Firstly, you should learn about the tattoo process. Ask the professional about the different risks involved with the tattoo process. The very first question you should ask yourself is whether you actually want a tattoo or perhaps trying to imitate someone.

If your inner voice says you really want a tattoo then your next task is to look for a professional artist. A tattoo or any other form of body art says everything about your personality. So it’s very important to choose the right spot and design. Look at some of the different piercings offered by the body art parlours:-

Different Types Of Piercings

  • Lip piercing
  • Tongue piercing
  • Tragus piercing
  • Surface piercing
  • Corset piercing
  • Smiley piercing
  • Nape piercing
  • Hip piercing
  • Collarbone piercing

Look For A Reputed Tattoo Parlour

Presently there are many body art shops in existence. However, it is a difficult task to choose the best body art shop. It is very important to find how long the art shop has been in business. This will help you to know how much experience they have.

When you have decided to get a tattoo you should now look for a professional artist/body art parlour. It is very important to choose a good parlour. Your chosen parlour can either design a great tattoo or ruin it completely. Therefore you should always make sure that the artists you have chosen are professionally trained and experienced.

Conclusion

One of the best ways to find a shop locally is always by utilizing the online medium. Always choose a parlour which has a lot of positive reviews from happy and satisfied customers. Take some time to discuss about the safety rules with the professional artist. When you have made a list of the best tattoo shops in your area, visit the parlours to get an idea about their services.

The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Are you in need of quality ideas to spice up your marriage? Is the relationship with your spouse dwindling by the day? Do you dream of building healthy long lasting relationships? If you answered in the affirmative to any of these questions then you are reading the right resource at the moment.

In this piece I am going to be giving insights from a book that I believe possesses the answers to the above questions and more. Considering the high divorce rate in today’s society, and the increasing inability for lovebirds to keep the ‘love flame’ burning, I have often wondered, just what happened to the ‘butterfly in the stomach’ feelings that once existed between spouses. In my quest for answers, I stumbled upon Gary Chapman’s ‘The Five Love Languages’. Of course this is not the first book I have come across on the topic of building quality relationships, but this one stands out to me for two reasons.

1. The depth of insight displayed by the Author of the book. This I expected though, considering the fact that Dr Gary Chapman is an internationally respected marriage, relationship and family life expert.

2. The simplicity with which the author of the book attempted to convey the message to his audience and of course its quick read nature; the book is just about 208 pages.

My little insight into this book without giving up too much details starts with the definition of ‘your love language’. In simple terms, your love language is the way in which you appreciate being treated the most.

Dr Chapman placed love languages in five categories;

• Words of affirmation

• Acts of service

• Quality time

• Gifts

• Physical touch

If you are the kind of person that feels special and loved when your partner tells you things like “how you mean the world to them”, “how you keep the sun shinning in their lives”… then you speak the love language “Words of Affirmation”.

If what you enjoy is watching your partner do some bit of the things you ought to have done, without exploitation of course, then “Acts of service” is your language.

If what is required to make you feel loved is a warm kiss, a hug, some bit of cuddling… then ‘Physical Touch” is really important to you and that’s your language.

If you feel special by just being together with your spouse, doing little and big things together then you value quality time as the Arthur suggests and that is your love language.

The last, but not least; if the thought of your spouse taking out time to get you gifts, irrespective of how little, gets you going, then that is your love language.

Everyone responds to some of these languages in some way but we all have our primary love languages. The author of ‘The Five Love Languages’ is of the opinion, and I agree with him, that if individuals in a relationship focus on “speaking” their partners love language, then supposedly dwindling relationships, including marital relationships, could be revived.

The logic behind this opinion can best be described, by considering two people trying so hard to communicate to one another, but one speaks and understands only French while the other understands only English. Won’t work right?

That said; I think this book by Dr Gary Chapman delivers on its claims and makes a good read for all who dream of blissful relationships.

Do You Know Cartooning Can Be a Great Career

Cartoon drawing is an amazing hobby. You can spend many beautiful hours by engaging in cartoon making. But it is not just that, it can also be a very lucrative career if you are good. So if you are in cartoon drawing but have never thought it to be anything more than just a pastime now is time to take fresh looks. Because you already have the skill that can make a very good career.

By just being a bit more serious, by polishing and enhancing your skills you can have a career that can get you enough money and a lot of fun from your work itself.

Assuming you are serious or would be so in near future, I will give some tips here in this article that will positively help you to be a highly paid cartoonist.

Make figure drawing your focus area. No matter how efficient you are in drawing landscapes and props to be a professional cartoonist you will require high level of figure drawing skills. What follows is a list of five elements that are most crucial for a professional cartoonist who want to make it really big.

Start studying human anatomy:

There is little chance of being a good figure artist without being aware of human anatomy. True, cartoon figures are hardly prepared following true human proportions and structure. But before breaking a rule you must know the rule very well. So before creating figured that is really cartoony you have to be aware of realistic human figure details. It is not actually that difficult as it may sound just grab a school level anatomy book and give a thorough reading don’t concentrate on small details. If required read it second or third time and know that in course of time you will form a quite clear idea of human anatomical details just by doing this.

Learn to draw kids:

kids are most voracious consumers of cartoon stuffs. And no wonder there are kids everywhere in cartoon world. So as an aspiring professional cartoonist you should be devoting enough time to pick up kid drawing skills. People all over the world love kids and their representation in cartoon forms, so you’re certainly going to get lot of fun and amusement by concentrating on this work.

Be efficient in drawing in action figures:

Almost always you will be drawing cartoons to tell an enticing story. As you can imagine in a story the protagonists hardly sit idle, so in your composition you will be required to present motion and action. Be sure you practice a lot to be proficient in this essential area that is creating the sense of motion. The use of motion lines, the typical postures of action –everything is important to tell an engaging story. So be sure to sharpen your skill set in this area.

Master the Art of expressing emotions:

Like the previous step, your character should also express emotion congruent to the storyline. In a humanoid form the face is the most important part of the body that expresses emotion. But hardly that is the only part that is involved. Actually you should be able to use your characters’ whole body to express emotion. Keep in mind that this is very critical and can make the difference between an amateur and a professional artist.

Don’t ignore animals:

In our world we are not alone, we are always surrounded by our lovely pets who are essential and inseparable part of our lives. And the cartoon world that you create should not be any different. To that end in your composition you would require to have animal characters and it is evident that you have to create them. Therefore, never ignore this area, be skillful in animal drawing. Get a good book of animal anatomy and do a thorough study.

Choosing the Best 4×4 Vehicles for Families

There are many places that warrant having a 4×4, or four-wheel drive, at your disposal. You might live in an area such as Scotland or Canada that can see a lot of snow every year. When the roads get slippy or icy then normal cars sometimes just don’t have enough grip or power to safely get you to your destination. What’s more, there are many rear-wheel drive cars (particularly BMW’s) that are truly awful when it comes to traveling on snowy covered roads. As soon as the car starts to slip it will want to zig-zag its way across the road unless you have a four wheel drive such as the BMW X5 for example.

When choosing the perfect 4×4 for your family there are many aspects to consider. Obviously price will be a factor, as will be the ongoing running costs and fuel economy. The older more traditional off-road vehicles will be quite heavy when it comes to fuel consumption, with the Land Rover Discovery you’ll be lucky to reach 32 mpg, whereas the recently released Mazda CX-5 will give you a generous 54mpg! As you can see there are big disparities in fuel consumption, and the newer cars offer just as good a fuel economy as their smaller non-4×4 counterparts.

Safety is another factor, although due to the nature of many large off-road cars, they are big, bulky and generally quite safe. The modern varieties incorporate all of the latest technological advancements when it comes to safety, such as automatic braking systems, driver fatigue sensors, rear parking cameras, many side impact airbags and much more. Some have even scored 5 stars in the Euro NCAP safety ratings.

If you are looking to buy a 4WD then it might be off-road performance that interests you. Hitting the tracks and muddy trails can be great fun and give you a sense of adventure and achievement when you successfully manage to traverse difficult areas of terrain. This does come with a high degree of cost and can sometimes damage your car, and definitely cover it in a lot of mud. You wouldn’t want to take many current 4×4′s off-road, as you’ll probably end up damaging it, however they are designed to give you that extra bit of versatility for driving in adverse weather conditions or when you need to get out of a slippy field for example after a concert.

You could also look to choose a pickup style of four wheel drive. These have a large area in the rear ‘pickup bay’ that you can either use to transport lots of luggage, tools or even your pets if you cover it with a canopy. Keeping your pets in a completely separate area of your car has a lot of advantages, including less smells, less barking noise and more, something which the Discovery isn’t able to do. They aren’t as unwieldy as they once were, and have now become pickup / family car hybrid type vehicles. The L200 is a good choice as it has quite a luxurious interior, yet has an enormous carrying and towing capacity thanks to its powerful engine and sturdy leaf-spring suspension.


Critical Book Review _ Drawing Attention by Stu Heinecke

Within the sales process, the first roadblock or obstacle is marketing that being attracting attention and then beginning to build a relationship. If you successfully overcome this challenge, you should have made a friend and have been asked for that essential first face to face meeting. Yet with all the noise and chaos in the marketplace, attracting attention is becoming harder and harder.

Imagine for a moment that by investing a little more up front in your marketing, you could stand out way from all those other gray suits and truly be the Red Jacket? What would that mean for your business?

Stu Heinecke in Drawing Attention demonstrates a rather “next generation way” to secure those coveted first time face to face meetings with your ideal customers in a way you and your small business do stand out. Yes there are endless books on marketing that promise to deliver results. Stu reveals in his book the data to show his unique marketing approach does deliver the results.

Since your ideal customers are human beings who hear words and think in pictures that are embedded with a plethora of emotions, does it not make sense to leverage what already exists? Stu shows you how to have more control over the picture in your prospect’s mind’s eye. By using a cartoon tailored to your target market, he can capture with a few words (caption) those already existing emotions that your prospect may be experiencing.

Thinking upon this “next generation approach,” do you think you would be considerably closer to that coveted first sales meeting?

As an artist, Stu shared a written portfolio using his various clients’ engagements. He connected the use of cartoons to what is known about effective marketing and selling through his 10 rules. Many of these rules apply even if you are not using cartoons.

In his book, Drawing Attention, Stu presented a sequential and logical argument for the use of cartoons within marketing especially those hard to reach decision makers. Also it was good to learn more about some of the cartoonists’ names that I recognized.

For those out of ideas of how to reach those key and critical decision makers or centers of influence, then maybe it may make sense to read this book to better understand how this somewhat unconventional marketing action works. One reason for its success is it is both strategic and tactical where many other marketing actions fail to embrace both strategy and tactics.

New Book Advocates Leadership Through Serve_Build_Inspire Model

A lot of books on leadership exist, and so do a lot of books about how to run a business or organization. Cory Bouck’s new book The Lens of Leadership stands out because it uses a “Serve-Build-Inspire” model that is really not about the leader but his or her followers. In fact, Cory begins by stressing that people who want to be leaders have to start by learning how to be followers, and from there, he goes on to discuss how leaders should lead and treat their followers.

Cory, who coined the term, defines The Lens of Leadership as “an accountability mindset. I believe all successes and failures have their roots in leadership, and that people in positions of leadership bear responsibility for those successes and failures. Great leaders are not afraid to have their results examined through The Lens of Leadership.”

Another leadership aspect that I appreciated Cory writing about is how leading is about serving. People should not become leaders because they are proud. Cory focuses on the importance of humility for leaders, but also the nobility of being a leader, stating, “all leadership is noble. The act of leading, done well, improves the material and emotional welfare of others. It is a noble act, worthy of pride and respect.”

While many managers and business leaders will talk about setting boundaries with employees in the workplace, Cory believes in taking care of your employees, which means getting to know them as “whole people.” Doing so will result in your team members respecting you, and they will then be more highly engaged and unleash their creativity to deliver better results in the workplace.

I especially appreciated Cory’s use of the term “servant leader” because it’s really what he describes throughout the book. But serving does not mean spoon-feeding or taking care of employees. It means helping them to help themselves, teaching them how to grow as individuals and as professionals so they will be “healthier, wiser, freer, more autonomous, and more likely themselves to become servant-leaders.”

Beyond his concepts of what leaders are, Cory also offers practical advice and examples. As a former manager myself, I know two of the most difficult parts of being a leader are finding the right employees and also having to fire the wrong employees. Cory offers helpful hiring and interviewing tips, but I was most impressed with how he handled the issue of firing people, asking leaders to ask themselves what role they have played in an employee’s public failure. I agree with him that rarely should an employee need to be fired. Leaders simply need to communicate properly with employees. I believe that following Cory’s advice throughout this book can lead any leader to creating the kind of a team where firing people will be a rare-if ever-experience.

I also appreciated how Cory quoted other great leaders. If it’s true that we are the sum of the five people we most associate with, Cory has been very lucky to have worked with and followed some great leaders in the past who have been great role models to him in becoming a leader. Just one example is Ralph Stayer, president of Johnsonville Sausage, who tells employees, “I can’t promise you that Johnsonville will be here tomorrow. Who knows what might happen? But I will promise you that I will invest in programs that help you increase your skills so that you can provide for your family if you no longer worked for Johnsonville. No one can take those skills away from you, ever. Most companies use people to build their business. We are going to use our business to build people.”

Cory’s own diverse background has allowed him to meet many amazing leaders. He has attended the naval academy, been a naval flight officer, and later he taught at the naval academy before he entered the corporate world, leading marketing teams at General Mills, Newell-Rubbermaid, and Johnsonville Sausage. This mixture of military and corporate worlds, combined with Cory’s common sense, his care for his employees, and his efforts throughout his life to learn from whatever role or situation he has faced makes The Lens of Leadership a powerful book, for both aspiring leaders, those who feel they need help in their leadership roles, and even those who are already excellent leaders but always open, like Cory, to improving and inspiring even more.

Can Carbon Dioxide Be Cheaply Removed From Our Atmosphere

I recall a hare-brained experiment discussed on the news some years ago that proposed using cryonics to separate moisture and carbon dioxide from the Earth’s atmosphere. The experiment relied on the fact that both water and carbon dioxide liquefy and solidify at much higher temperatures than oxygen and nitrogen, the primary components of the air we breathe, so that by cooling air sufficiently one could extract both water and CO2 and send the pure nitrogen and oxygen back out into the world. The fresh water, of course, could be used for any of multiple useful purposes, especially in desert countries, and the CO2 could also be put to industrial uses in various existing businesses.

It turns out that this experiment may not be so outlandish after all, though the energy requirements of cooling vast quantities of air would be prodigious. These and other technologies are discussed at length in a new ebook, Suck It Up, by Marc Gunther, who has previously written about the environment. The ebook takes a look at technologies, existing and developing, to extract carbon dioxide from the air to, in effect, undo two centuries of carbon pollution by the Industrial Revolution. Some of these are called “direct air capture” of carbon dioxide, technologies that remove CO2 directly from the atmosphere by solidifying it or converting it into a non-gaseous compound.

Gunther begins his narrative by assessing how well governments have done in achieving reductions in carbon dioxide. As we know from reading news reports, little has been accomoplished so far. Reducing carbon emissions requires reliance on non-fossil fuel energy alternatives, and no serious efforts have yet been made to actually extract carbon dioxide artificially from the air. This leads him into the grand subject of “geo-engineering” which is the term used by scientists to describe methods available on a colossal, planetary scale to create significant atmospheric change worldwide. The Industrial Revolution itself is an example of geo-engineering, albeit a project that has had consequences we now need to try to reverse, namely the accumulation of greenhouse gases in concentrations not seen in the our atmosphere for tens of millions of years.

Taken as a matter of high school science, removing CO2 from breathable air is easily accomplished. Navies manage it all the time in submarines with relatively simple chemical technology. The problem is one of scale and cost. An accepted way to accomplish CO2 removal is to run air through giant tanks filled with algae. The carbon dioxide dissolves in the water where it is sucked up by the algae to make sugars and other carbohydrates that confine the CO2 in solid molecules. But this, too, cannot be done cheaply enough and on scales large enough to offset the tens of millions of tons of new CO2 we add to the air annually through burning coal and gasoline in our cars.

One surprising result of all these efforts to a non-scientist like myself is that, while CO2 removal is not cheap, it is comparatively less expensive than the alternatives, which involve cutting CO2 emissions by switching to energy systems that don’t release carbon dioxide at all. There are also clever technologies that would tackle global warming indirectly, not by reducing greenhouse gases but rather by reflecting back out into space more solar energy. If there is less heat coming into the atmosphere from sunlight, the earth’s average temperature would tend to rise more slowly or not rise at all. This would save the poles and keep the oceans from rising, two of the potentially catastrophic outcomes of global warming most feared by environmentalists.

I also learned that there is a tradeable market for carbon dioxide, beyond the folks at Omaha Steaks who use it to keep your steaks frozen on the way to your house. Carbon dioxide can fetch prices of $50 or more per ton in the oil and gas industry, where it is injected by oil companies into oil reservoirs to displace fluids from permeable rock and up to the surface where these hydrocarbons can be collected and sold. This use of carbon dioxide has the added benefit that once injected into the ground, it tends to stay there, safely out of the atmosphere for a long time.

Gunther then goes on to look at the small spectrum of startup ventures, including at least one that has earned the backing of Bill Gates, which are just now building feasibility plants. There are no clear front-runners — and all of them suffer from a possibly insurmountable problem, namely energy use. It clearly makes no sense at all to use dirty energy (and thus release more carbon) to remove existing carbon from the atmosphere. This is one of those fields where some sort of exogenous technology or new discovery would be most welcome.

Gunther’s book is the length of a long Atlantic Monthly article, and for the interested layperson like myself, it is an excellent introduction to the subject.

The BMW I8 Concept A Luxury Hybrid

For those familiar with the global automotive scene, then you will most likely know what a concept car is like. If not, then for your information, concept cars are essentially designs from the different car manufacturing companies that give us an idea on what to expect from cars in the future. Usually, the most intriguing concept cars come from the German and the Japanese car companies. This is because they are the ones who usually come up with the most realistic and the most captivating designs in the industry. One concept car that stands out from the rest is the BMW i8, also known as the BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics. It is part of BMW’s “Project i” and was initially unveiled in 2011 at the Frankfurt Auto Show. Project i is what BMW deems to be the next prominent hallmark in the company’s already illustrious history. Its main objective is to introduce the new type of car, intent on revolutionizing the whole industry. The BMW i8, identified as new luxury car by many critics is expected to go into production by this year.

Exterior

Its exterior makes it one of the most dynamic looking concept cars. This futuristic looking car is made with the most advanced materials available. For instance, its chassis is made from super lightweight aluminum. Its sunroof, windows, as well as the windshield, is made from polycarbonate glass. The doors are totally transparent. This provides you with a clear view of the car’s interior.

Interior

The BMW i8 is a coupe, and it can accommodate up to four people. There are two pairs of leather seats at the front and back. The control panels are arranged in such a way that it enables you to enjoy the power this sports car has while still remaining in complete control.

Features and Performance

The BMW i8 is an ecofriendly car that does not sacrifice practicality with performance. However, unlike the i3, the i8 concept was designed specifically for the sports car fanatic. Its performance is reminiscent of the top of the line sports car, yet it is still extremely fuel efficient. It can go from 0-60 in under 5 seconds (4.8 seconds to be exact). It has a top speed of 160 miles per hour. It also emits tremendously low amounts at 99 grams per kilometer. It has a fuel consumption rating of 70 mpg. This means that it consumes only 3 liters of fuel for every 100 kilometer. This is the most salient feature of this new breed of luxury car.

The i8 is a plug-in hybrid that comes equipped with a high performance 1.5 liter, 3 cylinder combustion engine. This engine packs 220 horsepower and 221 lb-ft torque. This monster of a machine works in perfect unison with the other two electric engines. The lithium ion battery can be charged using a power supply. This battery is what enables the car to travel up to 20 miles without any fuel on its tank. The complementary design between sports car elements and ecofriendly environmentalism is what defines the i8.

This high tech and ecofriendly luxury car will be made available for purchase by 2014.

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