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What Can Be the Best Online Business Ideas for 2018?


2017 is coming to an end.

I’ll be glad to share some ideas about online business in 2018.

What Can Be the Best Online Business Ideas for 2018?
1. Blogging (I prefer, cause I’m a blogger )
2. Affiliate Marketing
3. E-Commerce
4. T-Shirt Selling
5. Graphic Design, Sell Services on Fiverr, UpWork etc.
6. SEO Consultant
7. PPC Expert
8. Content Writer
9. Social Media Marketer
10. Web Design Services
11. Web or WordPress Developing
12. Start Web Hosting Business
13. Online Tutor – like Khan Academy

These are my most favorite options, what are your options?

Thanks. To your success,


Top 10 Ways to Reduce Your Work Week!

Even though our modern lives have an incredible number of time-saving devices, we seem to end up working more and more all the time. From time-saving devices in the home (microwave, the robot vacuum, and dishwasher, to name three), to time-saving devices at work (spreadsheets, email, Internet, etc.), we don’t seem to be able to take advantage of the time saved and claim it for ourselves.

Let’s claim that time and decide, from this day on, to work less.

Here’s how:

  1. Reduce your work hours. Give yourself a set amount of time to work each day and each week, and stick to it. You’ll find yourself becoming more productive during the time you actually work, because you have to get your stuff done faster. To help you stick with your new work hours, set appointments for 30 minutes after you’re supposed to get off work. So if you tell yourself you’re absolutely going to leave work at 5 p.m. (or even better, at 3 p.m.), set an appointment for 5:30 p.m. and stick to it. Make it a doctor’s appointment, or a barber or beauty shop, or an appointment with your spouse or kids or workout partner. Whatever you do, stick to it.Best tip yet: cut your work week down to 4 days (or even 3). You’ll find that you can do all you need to do within that time period.
  2. Work from home. More and more people are finding ways to work from home, to either do their current job by telecommuting or to find a new career that doesn’t require them to work at the office. Consider this for yourself — write up a proposal to your boss, telling her how this will make you more productive and save money for the company. Or think of other job options that are more flexible. This step alone won’t save you work hours, because you can end up working even more, but you have to combine it with step 1 above — limit your work hours in the home, and set very strict boundaries for yourself.
  3. Have set email or RSS times. Don’t allow yourself to be available to the world every minute of the day. Set times when you will check and respond to email, or read your feed reader, or check your voicemail, and stick to them. You really don’t need to be connected all the time — people were somehow able to survive without it before. Now take that time that you save from responding to email, and claim it by reducing your work hours as in step 1 above. Also, now that you’re not being interrupted all the time, focus more, as in step 4 below.
  4. Become focused. If you want to work less, then become better at getting tasks done. That means you need to stop multi-tasking and focus on doing the task before you. Shut off all distractions, reduce distracting clutter, and focus on the one task before you. Get into a state of “flow” and really pour yourself into your task. This will make you more productive, meaning you can get more done in the smaller amount of time you set for yourself, instead of constantly becoming distracted, interrupted, and switching from task to task.
  5. Set time boxes. Parkinson’s Law says that a task will expand to fill the time available for it. So only give yourself a limited amount of time to complete a task, and you’ll do it. It may seem paradoxical, but it works. Give yourself 30 minutes to complete something, or an hour. If the task is too large to complete in an hour, break it into smaller tasks, and time box those smaller tasks.
  6. Do only the big tasks with big returns. Of all the tasks on your to-do list, which is the most important? Not the one that will take the most time, or that you want to do least. The most important task is the one that will give you the biggest return, however you measure that in your job. In freelance writing, that’s the article that will pay the most for the least amount of time spent on it. In programming, that might be the program that will become a giant killer, that will get you a million downloads, that will make a name for you in the programming world. All the rest is just busy-work — focus only on the key tasks with the most value.
  7. Outsource the rest. If a task or project doesn’t give you a huge amount of value, you shouldn’t be doing it. Give it to someone who needs the work. Find the repetitive tasks, the ones that need to be done but that aren’t worth your time, and hire someone else to do it for less. If it’s something that doesn’t really need to be done, eliminate it. Be ruthless with your time — you don’t need to be spending a million hours working.
  8. Reduce your commitments. You probably have too much on your plate. If you edit your commitments, you can reduce your workload and the amount of time you need to work.
  9. Shut off the computer. The biggest distraction ever invented. I know, you need the computer to work. But if you set limits for how long you’re on the computer, and shut it off the rest of the time, you’ll find that you get everything you need done within those limits. Don’t allow yourself to be on the computer all the time, or you’ll never be done. There’s always something else to do, something interesting to read.
  10. Change jobs. Does your current job not give you the flexibility to implement these tips? Then start looking for a new job. There are a million of them out there. Look online. If you’ve got skills (and you may have more skills than you think if you give it some thought), you can market them and find a job that fits your needs. Be confident in your skills, and ask for enough pay that you don’t need to work 40 hours a week or more to make ends meet. If you work 60 hours now, and double your pay, you only need to work 30 hours. If you don’t have the skills you need now, start learning them while working your current job. Important: don’t quit your job until you have another lined up.

Bonus tip: Find ways to make passive income. This is income that you don’t need to do much to earn every week. Investments, a web site that is self-sustaining, a business that doesn’t require your active management … these are just a few ideas for passive income. This will require an initial investment of capital or time, but once it’s going, you’ll be making money without having to work.

Reclaim your time and suddenly you’ll have a whole bunch of extra time to work on your life goals, to relax and de-stress yourself, to spend time with family and friends, to read, to educate yourself, to work on a hobby, to exercise. It’ll be one of the most important things you do.

To your success:)

Happy New Year 2017

“May the New Year give you the strength to face the challenges of life and courage to adjust the sail so as to take every situation to your stride.”

“The New Year gives you fresh 365 days to play with – fill them up with whatever your heart desires so that you have no regrets at the end of the annual cycle.”

New Year is not about changing the dates but direction; it’s not about changing the calendar but commitment; it’s not about changing the actions but attitude.

You’re supposed to let go of the past and start off new. You’re supposed to forgive all those who have hurt you, and be open to new relationships, with open arms. That is why it is called the ‘New’ Year.

May you have a Happy New Year 2017

cheers Bob


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Who’s Playing Pokemon Go?


The Streets And Parks Are Full Of Them

Pokemon Go players staring at their screens…Big screen small screen…

Joining in with the 100 million others on Google Play alone who have downloaded the game…

In 30 countries worldwide…

Soon to be 200 countries…

With more time spent on the app than any popular social media!

You see, this is not just about Pokemon Go.

This is about feeding nostalgia.

Take a look at the graphic above and you’ll see that the majority of Pokemon Go players are in their twenties and that’s no accident.

These are the original Pokemon players and collectors, the adults who were kids back then and are totally addicted.

Even better, they are sharing their addiction with their own kids which means the demand just grows and grows.

You’ll also notice that these people have plenty of disposable income.

And the majority of them are women.   Play with care! Be considerate to others:)

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5 Top Tips For Celebrating Valentine’s Day On A Budget


Nobody wants to scrimp on Valentine’s day and give their partner less than they deserve, but when you just don’t have the money you really don’t have a choice. Many of us are currently experiencing the effects of the poor economy, and even if we have jobs most of us are still keeping our costs down to the bare minimum. But that doesn’t mean Valentine’s day has to be a disappointment. Here are some great tips for ways to celebrate Valentine’s day on a budget.

Make Something: This isn’t just for the creative types, anyone can go for a home made gift – and it doesn’t have to be a load of rubbish! The time and effort that you put into a truly heartfelt homemade gift will definitely go down a storm.

Why not buy a nice book of paper, get some photos printed and make a little picture album? Or you could write a poem on some high quality card and decorate it, or simply draw a picture. Some dismiss ideas like these as stupid, but if you put a bit of time into making the gift, you’ll get good results. Don’t rush it, give yourself a couple of weeks to finish and you’ll have a gift worth giving – and sure to warm your partners heart.


Take A Romantic Walk: Romantic walks are great – they can take you to some nice scenic places, give you a chance to have some meaningful conversation and spend some quality time together – all for free! If you can’t think of a romantic walk to take in your area then ask around and see if anyone can suggest a place that you don’t know about.

Of course, taking a romantic walk is just a stand in for doing anything that’s free. You could visit a local village, fly a kite, go hiking, have a picnic in the park and many other things besides. Any of these things can make for a great romantic Valentine’s date – just use your imagination.

Prepare A Special Home Cooked Meal: Save yourself on the expense of dining out by preparing an extra special home cooked meal. Ditch those ready meals and regular easy dishes that you make all the time and do some research.

Either pick a recipe from a book that you own, or do a bit of research on the internet – there’s a whole world of great recipes out there waiting to be found. Many of them are even reviewed by people who’ve tested them out for themselves. Not only is this cheaper than eating out, but it’s more meaningful to your partner who will see that you care about them and want to do something nice for them yourself.

Look Out For Deals: Many places offer Valentine’s dining deals. However, sometimes these are more costly than a regular meal. But if you have vouchers for a particular restaurant, or find a 2 for 1 coupon at a nice eatery near you then you can cut your costs significantly. Just keep your eyes open, or even search the web for coupon deals valid at restaurants in your area.

Get Them A Gift You Know They Want: Not all gifts of equal price are of equal value. This means that spending a lot of money on something doesn’t always make it a better gift. Go and buy your partner something they want – it doesn’t have to be useful or boring like a pair of socks, although it can be. But pay attention to what your partner says they need, and buy one of those things if it doesn’t cost too much money. That way you’re guaranteed to please your partner with their present, and you can make the day extra special with a home cooked meal and a nice box of chocolates.

Happy Valentine!




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a35e5d43111e9bcc89294e60c7bb8441Christmas is the one time of year when we all get to slow down – even if just for a moment – to spend time with loved ones, cook and share delicious food and reflect on the year.

However you like to spend the festive period, we think that the spirit of Christmas is all about sharing – whether that’s delicious dig-in food, a thoughtful gift or simply time together. Here’s seven ways to get into the sharing spirit this Christmas.

1. Watch: The Christmas truce

In 2014, Sainsbury’s partnered with The Royal British Legion to commemorate an extraordinary even which took place during the First World War one hundred years ago: the Christmas Truce. Watch the moving story here:

2. Serve up some party sharing plates

An informal Christmas bash calls for some good, honest and sharable grub. No faffing around with individual canapés and fussy vol-au-vents – these party-friendly dishes are all about guests getting stuck in and helping themselves.


3. Make Christmas cooking a family affair

Getting the kids involved in cooking is a great way to share some quality time together over Christmas and it’s also a good opportunity to teach them some basic skills. Make Christmas cooking a family affair this year with our handy guide.


4. Perform a Random act of kindness

Spread the Christmas joy with encourage random acts of kindness on friends, family, and complete strangers because… well, why not? Here are some ideas to get the creative juices flowing.


5. Make and share some edible gifts

A homemade gift can be such pleasure to make and share with friends and family. Give a gift with a personal touch this year with one of these super creative (not to mention delicious) ideas.


6. Have a Christmas crafting session with the family

Get stuck into a bit of crafting with the family and adorn the house with your festive creations. It’s a really rewarding way to spend time with the kids and great fun to show-off the fruits of their labour.


7. Organize some not-so-serious Christmas party games

Share fun and laughter with friends and family this year with a few silly party games  – they’re a great way to bring everyone together and break the ice.


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