Why You Should Create Your Own Website

Why you should create your own website..


This is the first article in a series on starting your own website and why you should sell online.  In this article I will by discussing why you need to create your own website. In future posts I will be discussing further topics related to building a website, including but not limited to:

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The great thing about this, is as I will be writing this I will be practicing it alongside you. I’ve been blogging for a little while now, and practicing some minor money making strategies, made a bit of cash. But I’ve made the conscious decision that I am ready to take things to the next level.

I will be outlining the actual steps I am taking while I build a few new websites. Implementing various different online money making strategies. One’s that you can use yourself, on your own website.

Before we get into it, let me serenade you with some facts and realities of modern life, and why you should create your own website.

Can I make money online?

The world is changing. Business and life is moving online. In reality I’m pretty late to the party with stating this. For years now people have been making money, making a name for themselves, creating, collaborating and sharing in a much more effective way.


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How To Go With The flow and Make The Best Of The Situation

Life flows how it wants..

The worst part about vacations – aside from the tedious relaxation, and the horrid, utter lack of commitment or responsibility leaning on you – is coming back to real life and going back to work.  I experienced this again first hand this past week.  I had a bunch of days off last week and went to Busan.  South Korea’s second largest city on the coast.  Sexy beach city.  Think Miami.  Maybe at least.. I’ve never been to Miami.


It was a real eye opener and reminded to focus on building my own future and working for myself.  Both the time off in the beach town and some occurrences in the week following.

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You Need Discipline. You Don’t Need Motivation

A lack of motivation, or discipline?..

Thoughts on discipline

A few weekends ago I ditched the city and headed to one of the most southern points of the Korean peninsula, to a secluded beach with some friends.  It was the first swim and beach day of the year for most of us.  Needless to say we may have overdone it a little.  Drinks were had.



This following week was real slow for me.  I can’t pinpoint whether it was a multi-day hangover that I haven’t had in awhile or just one of those off-times that come now and again.  One of those periods where you just don’t have any motivation,  aren’t overly positive, and feel overall lazy, careless and indifferent.


I’ve lived long enough to know this low points do come – and they soon leave.  They usually follow periods of high performance or productivity, so I don’t overly mind the lack of output that comes with these low points.

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