Do you want to work less and earn more? I know, that sounds like a fairly stupid question, but I recently read a book that teaches you exactly how to do that. This book is what I would call ’simple genius’.
Every now and then a book is written which changes the game. And for me, this one does. The author of the book in question, Sam Carpenter, charts the precise journey he took to go from working 80-100 work weeks (for 15 years) down to just 2 hours.
That may be interesting and inspiring but how does it affect YOU?
The breakthrough with this particular book is that it details a step-by-step, universally applicable blueprint which any business owner, running any type of business, can implement.
It sounds like a bold claim and you’d be forgiven for being skeptical. I was!
However, he has amassed literally hundreds of profoundly enticing and eminently credible case studies and testimonials spanning all manner of businesses from real estate management companies to retailers and frommarketing agencies to landscape designers…
In other words, finally, someone appears to have come up with a blueprint which ANY business owner can implement to radically change the way they work (and live).
His solution is elegant and simple, requires a little ‘heavy-lifting’ for a short period of time and is being hailed by business leaders and entrepreneurs from around the world as the ‘holy grail formula for working less and earning more’.
I have teamed up with the author to offer you a complimentary copy of his remarkable book as part of the launch of the 3rd edition. Share it with your friends and you’ll also get the Audiobook gratis.
Get the Work the System book by Sam Carpenter for free today.
The author sent me a hardback copy and when it arrived in the mail, I deliberately took a weekend to read and absorb it. As a self-avowed “high-functioning work-a-holic” this book has become VERY important to me. It is changing how I view my work week, and that of my team and employees.
If you do nothing else this year, read this. It’s a game-changer.
Let me know what you think of it!
LinkedIn was hacked, confirmed by LinkedIn on 6/6/2012
LinkedIn has updated their blog indicating that there was a breach, and several LastPass staff members who used unique passwords for LinkedIn only, as well as numerous individuals not associated with LastPass, have confirmed that LinkedIn’s database has indeed been hacked.
Was your LinkedIn password hacked?
As LinkedIn is not telling us whether our passwords are at risk, it is incumbent upon us to be proactive, and quickly! First things first. Go immediately to LinkedIn and change your password. And if you are using the same password across multiple sites, stop what you are doing right now and go change them as well. Let’s face it, when it comes to password management, we tend to do what is easiest, and cyber thieves count on that! Even presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been a recent victim.
The same hackers responsible for the theft of over 6.4 million LinkedIn passwords also acquired passwords from the popular dating site eHarmony.
Check to see if your password was hacked
Here is how to check if your LinkedIn password was among the hacked accounts that are already being used to generate phishing attacks. Go to LastPass.com/linkedin and check your current password. Even if it has not been hacked, as you can see mine has not, change it anyway!
How you can secure your passwords
- Get a password manager like Power LogOn so you don’t have to remember or type passwords.
- Use very secure , complex, long passwords that can’t be broken using brute force or social engineering methods.
- Just because a question is asked doesn’t mean you have to give the correct answer. For example, if they ask for your favorite pet, type in your first car. If they ask for your first car, type in your favorite teacher. Remember, computers are stupid and will give back what you gave it. So lie.
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