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Jun 14

Six steps to change

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

It doesn’t matter which niche you’re in: The six steps to change a low income to a higher are the same.

I work in different niches, very different niches, and I’ve used these six steps to improve my situation in all of them.

Can you follow in my footsteps?

Of course you can. It doesn’t take super-powers or anything special.

Click here to read more

Jun 13

Banana killer

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

Did you know that I once worked in a supermarket? For ten years, actually. I’d been studying all my life. I mean, all 20 years of it, and I wanted new challenges.

It was common in the supermarket I worked in to move the employees around so that they didn’t always work in the same department. So during one horrible period of my life, they’d planted me in the fruit and vegetable department.

Why the horror?

Because of two things:

  • Having to get up at 5am.
  • Poisonous spiders.

Back then, I was definitely a B-type personality. I could stay awake for long, and preferred to sleep until 10 or so in the morning. But while I worked with the green stuff, I had to be at work at 6am. Horrible!

As if that wasn’t enough, I heard stories about how spiders would be packed with the bananas and kill employees who unpacked them. I can tell you that sticking my hands inside those boxes… I hated it. Every single day.

I was so scared… and yet, I had to do it.

Same thing about online business, isn’t it?

It takes overcoming the fear… Or at least feeling it and doing it anyway.

I’m happy to tell you that I’ve found six steps that helped me in my business. I went from $10 per day to $146.17 on average, and step #1 will get you started today.

Good news: No fear to overcome.

As soon as you know what to do, there’s nothing to be afraid of.

And like I said, you can do step #1 already today, and it’s simple, fun… and works like magic.

Click here to get my brand new product

Jun 12

First lady murderer

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

One of the things that really left its mark on me in the series “24” was when the former first lady, Sherry Palmer, stood by and let a man die from a heart attack.

Admittedly, he was mean and nasty, but that’s still close to murder, isn’t it?

And what did she say when her ex, president Palmer, accused her of doing it?

“Complex problems sometimes have the simplest solutions.”

She’s right.

Take making money online for example. Complex problem, right?

I mean, there are so many ways to make money online. So many opportunities to get it right… and wrong.

Let me mention a few of the ways I’ve tried to make money, more or less successfully:

  • Selling on Fiverr.
  • Flipping homepages.
  • Creating PHP scripts for customers.
  • Writing Kindle books.
  • Setting up Squidoo lenses.
  • Creating Amazon review sites.
  • Selling affiliate products.
  • Making videos to send to CPA offers (Cost Per Action – small ads).
  • Making small sites about CPA offers.
  • Creating info products.
  • Writing nonfiction Kindle books.
  • Writing fiction Kindle books.
  • Sending emails.
  • Writing tons of articles, blog posts, forum posts…

Exhausting, right?

Actually, right now, when I’m writing this mail, it’s 10 am my time, and it’s fiction writing time. I just got inspired…

I’ll go back to writing fiction now, as a good girl, and tomorrow I’ll tell you more about the simplest solutions to that complex money-making problem.

Jun 09

11 seconds to brutal touchdown

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

Last week, I wrote about my second parachute jump in an ebook. I jumped from 600 meters up, and my proofreader changed it to 4,000 meters.

I asked him why.

He said that he thought 600 meters sounded a bit low, so he checked and found that the norm was 4,000 meters.

The thing is that I didn’t have a free fall first. My parachute had a string that was attached to the airplane, so that the parachute was automatically drawn out. But when I talked with my husband about it yesterday, he said, “600 meters is kind of low. What if something went wrong?”

I told him that we were trained in every possible situation.

“But still…”

He checked how long it would take a body to hit the ground from 600 meters. A little more than 11 seconds.

“And you use the first three waiting for the parachute to unfold, right?”


“Then you look up, and if something is wrong, you have… what? One or two seconds to react?”

True. It didn’t leave us many seconds to think about what to do. Kind of forced us to make snap decisions, right? Or we would end up becoming what was known at the club as “parachute pizza”.


Luckily, not every decision is about life and death, but the faster you can make them, the better your business will work.

Here’s how to make snap decisions

Jun 08

Are you wasting your time?

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

If you’d been Jeff Bezos would you have given up your dream, when Amazon’s result was still in the red?

Most people probably would. But Jeff Bezos must have believed so much in his project that he stayed put.

Luckily, we don’t have the same big problems. But small problems can drag you down and drain your energy as well.

Like that blog of yours… Will it take off one day, or is it a waste of time?

The product you’re planning… Will it make you money, or are you wasting your time?

There are no certain answers. There are proven roads to follow, but even that doesn’t mean 100% certainty.

Making faster and more confident decisions will not only save you time but also make you more money.

Why? Because you’ll get more things accomplished instead of leaving them unfinished or unstarted.

And you’ll get better at weeding out the timewasters before they drain you of energy and money.

Make your first snap-decision and learn more here

Jun 07

Your hand forced

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

Have you ever waited in line in a supermarket?

The line snakes towards the cashier, and you wonder if you should switch to the other line or stay.

You can’t decide… The other one seemed to have stopped, but this one approaches slowly.

Then, the moment you find out that five of the persons in the other line were together, and if you’d switched, it would have been your turn now, a woman with a cart filled with groceries steps up to the cashier.

Your hand is forced. You missed your chance to make a decision.

This is only an example where you could have saved time. But “in real life”, in your business, making faster and more confident decisions will not only save you time.

You could also be making more money, because you’ll get more things accomplished instead of leaving them unfinished.

Or not even started.

Make your first snap-decision and learn more here

Jun 06

What separates winners from losers?

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

Okay, to be honest, it’s not fair to call anyone a loser, but I couldn’t fit a whole psychological thesis into the subject line 😀

Somebody who loses is not a loser. He’s somebody who’s lost something.

Sometimes, a person loses so many times that he’ll begin to think of himself as a loser.

A lot of it is in the mind. Somebody who keeps losing will begin to expect his next attempt to fail.

What’s the solution to that?

Turn the wheel around. Drive in a different direction. Begin to experience wins instead of losses.

One thing that winning people do differently than losing people is taking fast decisions.

They don’t linger for days, weeks or months, waiting to get every last detail before they decide.

No, they look at what they know, they realize that they cannot know everything about a choice, and then they take a snap decision.

That’s something you can learn to do, actually.

Check out my “2 Minute Decisions” here

Jun 05

Friend got laid off – guess my reply

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

Yesterday, I received an email from an online friend, fellow marketer and writer Chris.

He told me among other things that he’d gotten laid off.

Can you guess what I told him? One word.



Who said, ‘because I’m a mean old witch?’

Yeah, that too, but no. Rather than seeing this as a disaster, I see it as a chance. A chance to get serious about business and work for himself instead of for some random man.

The same thing happened to another friend last year. He’d been trying (trying) to make money online since 2010, and only when he received that pink slip did he really do something and succeed.

(It surely helped that he got one of my courses, too, hehe, but I can only tell people what to do, I can’t force them to do it, so all honor for getting started goes to him.)

Why am I babbling about all this?

Because I want to know what you would do if you got fired. Do you have a plan?

Or is there anything I could help you with?

Jun 02

How little work can you get away with?

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

You know what?

I quit my day-job in 1995. While I had a job, I worked 5 hours per day, 4 days a week.

After I quit, I worked from early morning and until 2-3 am the following day. Seven days a week.

See something wrong with that picture?

It took me quite some time to figure it out, but the less I worked in my business, the more focused I got.

How little time can you put into your business and still make an income?

You need to spend at least 30 minutes per day. Five or six days a week. That’s my estimate. But you have to be focused and have a plan.

Don’t have a plan yet?

Listen to this interview of an Internet millionaire and find out

Jun 01

Would $100K per month change your life?

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

One of my Facebook friends asked a similar question:

What would you do different if you made $100,000 per month in your business?

My life wouldn’t change much. I would definitely get the house on the beach, and certainly hire someone to clean the house, but other than that?

Nothing really.

Both my husband and I make enough so we don’t have to worry about bills or paying the rent and stuff. We don’t have any financial worries. We’re free to do what we want and we can wake up by ourselves, not using an alarm, every morning.

That’s life, isn’t it?

To me it is, at least.

How do you get to that point?

You can follow a plan. Follow a guide from someone who’s done that. And to help you get there, I have an interview with an Internet millionaire that I can share.

His advice is sound, and I’ve listened to it several times already.

You can grab it here

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