Shocked by this young entrepreneur

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I’ve seen a lot of tweets like this:

By age 30, you should have friends who talk about:

  • Books
  • Stocks
  • Podcasts
  • Parenting


  • Netflix
  • Politics
  • Celebrities
  • Video Games

In my interpretation that means:

If you are serious about running a business, you don’t play games.

Then I’m not serious.

But then I’m not going to burn out either.

Back when I started and we had moved to France, we never had enough money. We made a lot, but the government took even more from us. And then there were the checks that got lost in the mail. Especially from Denmark.

Large checks.

So I worked 7 days a week. From I woke up and until around 2 or later a.m.

No vacations, no weekends, no gaming… Just work.

When we decided to stop working on Saturdays, I was scared. I wanted it… but…

We already struggled making ends meet.

We already had more work than time.

Now with one day less to work, how would that go?


MORE productivity.

Who would have thought? Certainly not me.

In 2016 I got sick. Twice in two months. Angioedema.

Not a pretty sight, I can assure you. And scary, too, especially when my tongue swelled up.

I read about it. If your chest swells, you can die.

So I took it seriously and decided to stop working 5 pm every day instead of maybe 10 pm, 11 pm or whenever I deemed myself to be "done" for that day.

And yes, to relax, I play video games. World of Warcraft.

Today, I had to tell an acquaintance that I didn’t have time to hear his gossip about other marketers, he said:

"to be honest i thought you had mroe free time than me as you used to play games"

I didn’t want to lecture him, because that would be more waste of my time, but I am taking the time to tell you.

Because it’s important to relax.

It’s important to not just work, work, work.

Your work will be better if you give yourself some free time, too.

And that leads me directly into today’s pitch. Ha, you saw that coming, right? Clever you.

Now that we’ve established that you shouldn’t work all the time but prioritize some you-time (me-time?), then why not get:

  • A domain name which is perfect for a PLR vendor
  • A full bundle that has already proven to sell
  • A sales page that converts at 12%
  • An extra domain name, not used that matches the PLR bundle

Highest bidder right now is $20. That would almost cover half of the price of the bundle alone for a user (not PLR vendor).

If anyone is willing to reach my minimum, you have a business-in-a-box there.

Want and all the goodies? Come and get it!

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