tl;dr: To take an “Amish Hour” just don’t use technology 1 hour before bed.
Benefits you get from doing a daily Amish Hour:
I’m posting this guest post because I LOVE IT when people get their hands dirty in order to make money.
I think there’s more lessons to be learned by getting out there and doing small jobs than any amount of reading blog posts.
This is James Clear:
This is a quick Copywriting Teardown of a post of his:
Know who Andrew Warner from Mixergy.com is?
Well he’s a super hardworking dude/husband/father/entrepreneur that’s not only built several of his OWN companies, but also put out 1,146+ interviews with entrepreneurs…literally for free.
(Best to watch in High Def on Fullscreen)
The two times I was on his show both interviews blew up (and subsequently made me a lot of money). … Continue Reading
Watch as we teardown this landing page step-by-step:
This is a quick teardown of a site called YalaMarketing.
Poor guy running it is trying to sell consulting services from this, but this page is terrible at conveying WHAT THE HELL IS BEING SOLD!
Step 1.) What is the goal of the page?… Continue Reading
Brian Schmitt from CROmetrics does split-tests on websites all day long, and this is one simple change anyone with an eCommerce website can do today:
Brian here. I’m going to show you how acting like Elliot from ET can immediately get more people to buy from your site (technically this is called “reducing cart abandonment”).
I know you’ve been on … Continue Reading
Lazy Person Summary:
I wanna learn how to program in Ruby on Rails, using the self-study program One Month Rails, and I’m lazy, so I want to invite others to join me so we all stay on track. Start April 1st. Finish April 30th.
Costs $100 to join the group + $75 to buy One Month Rails. Signup for both … Continue Reading
It’s Neville here, and I’m about to let my friend Sam Parr take over for a second to show you how to contact anybody….BUT….the reason Sam is such an interesting example is cause he’s a nobody.
You see, my Jew-friend Noah Kagan is great at cold emailing also, but he’s like a mini-celebrity in the tech community, having been employee … Continue Reading
What if you got a text message like this:
It almost seems unnecessary for the person typing AND the person reading.
Why can’t this be shortened down to something nice and sweet like this:
Now all the Grammar Nazi’s in the world will revolt at the literary atrocity above……but isn’t this just WAY MORE DAMN EFFICIENT?