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jpI’m Jeremy. I show bloggers and MLM’ers a better way.

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Salt Lake Coffee Break. SLC, Utah. Wednesday, 1:13 AM

“Jam sesh?”, the text reads at 6:15 PM. It’s my buddy Dan (far left), and he’s also crazy like me.

There’s a reason why I drive my Tacoma 27 miles to a downtown Salt Lake coffee shop a few times a week. I know exactly what I am getting into every single time: 6-8 hours of uninterrupted output, hot yerba mate, a dose of Alpha Brain and the company of a co-schemer.

He’s my accountability partner, or partner-in-scheme.

And it’s time to do what I do: build digital assets.

Just me and my 3-year-old Macbook Air, mentally-enhanced brain and a coffee shop that reeks of a terrible, low-budget indie film.

And I wouldn’t wanna be anywhere else. It’s my time of peak performance, and it facilitates my 1k daily flow better than any other set of rituals.

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Somewhere in Japan, circa 1999. Californication era.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers are minutes from taking the stage.

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Living alpha is a good look.

There’s a reason why the alpha bighorn bangs all the hot sheep.

Superior provider? Peak performer? Stays ready? Check, check, check.

I don’t claim to have all the alpha answers, but my life is trending in an alpha-sorta-way.

I’m smarter, stronger and thinking bigger, attacking life in Westbrook fashion.

Between my digital assets and this shy-looking blog, my side money bullies my mid-level marketing salary by 300%.

A salary that I abandoned two weeks ago.

The result?

A life, where alpha happens:

  • attending the Pac-12 basketball tournament in Las Vegas
  • experiencing SXSW from a friend’s downtown condo in Austin
  • taking backpacking trips with my retired Dad
  • spending time with my sister’s family in Paradise, CA
  • attending a 3-day investment summit in Cancun, Mexico
  • mini-retiring in Brazil for sun, solitude and learning

When you create time wealth, you put yourself in a position to better your relationships, improve your fitness and live a more meaningful life.

Here’s the steps that’ll get you there:

Step 1: find mentors and coaches
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ramit-sethiDepressed, broke or frustrated? Go where the fish are.

I’ve followed Ramit Sethi ever since he was on the Tim Ferriss blog back in 2009.

Dude keeps it gangster.

I love his counter-intuitiveness. With his flow of unconventional advice that few have the cajones to deliver, all from 10 years of building and launching successful infoproducts and courses on the internet.

He dropped some gold nuggets to help the broke peeps out there.

His message was loud and clear: go where the fish are.

The analogy, of course, of someone fishing and not catching any fish, and remaining dumbfounded and perplexed until they switched up their location and started fishing in different spots…

…and then the fish coming, a plenty.

Sounds simple enough, right?

The translation, marketing-wise, for your product, brand or content:

Instead of doing the same damned thing, focus on finding out where the loyal, dedicated fans of your content are…

Like, if you had 1,000 perfect customers, where would they be?

You see the difference?
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mjImage source: ESPN

How does Multiple Streams do 1,000+ hits a day? Authority links play a huge part.

It’s true: links from Search Engine Journal, Forbes, Huffington Post, and Unbounce are signals that keep Google surrendering championship rings..

(and fadeaway money)

…to this innocent-looking blog.

Since Cutts layed down the law on guest blogging, people panicked.

“Guest blogging is dead”, the tabloids read.

Funny thing, Cutts was talking ’bout scaled-up, “excuse me sir I give you content that pass copyscape for 2 backlinks” whackness.

What people didn’t realize is that baller links from top sites will never be hated on by G.

I’ll leave the the dumbstruck SEO-world in their stricken state, while I continue to ball out on my high-authority guest blogging formula.
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Welcome to the blogging world, where 95% of bloggers are completely broke.

Empower Network bloggers, included.

It’s not a knock on Empower Network, it’s just that one of their eight core commitments says to ‘blog daily’…

…so people are immediately mislead, giving consideration to the ‘blogging daily’ part of blogging and nothing else.

I actually know this to be 100% true, because I was one of those people. Using textbook herd-mentality, I adhered to advice of the masses in Empower Network: “blog daily and get paid”.

Lemme explain using my first-hand example:
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So, if you’ve heard my story and still wondered what’s really up with this goofy-looking kid from Idaho…

…here is a more in-depth and uncensored look at my weirdness. I tried not to hold back too much.

Plus, I figure if we could be potential business partners (wink, wink), better to get some of the more intimate stuff out, right?

We all are weird and unique (and have issues). Here are 11 of mine:
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Looking to start a blog but not sure where to start?

No worries. Funny thing, that was me 3 years ago. Seriously, I had no idea what I was doing, and now this blog gets over 1,000 hits a day.

Ready to get yours going in 5 minutes?

It doesn’t matter what type of blogger you’ll be…food blogger, beauty blogger, etc…you can be going in 5 minutes.

Then I’ll hit you with some blogging secrets that will have you blogging better than 99% of other bloggers right outta the gate, including:

  • how to unearth blog topic “gold nuggets” in 45 minutes or less, and…
  • my single-best advice for getting significant amounts of traffic.

OK, on to step 1…
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