Less Fun to Myself?

If there’s any consolation to myself, I’ve already completed the revamp works to my current websites (at least, for now). Hoooray! πŸ™‚

Okay, there’s no money to be made in redecorating and merely ‘touching up’ websites. It may help make user experience better, your website looks nicer, and if you tweak your sales copy well enough the conversion rates can be optimized.

But the REAL bulk of the business profits are found in doing money-making activities: getting traffic, making new offers, doing Product Launches, networking with the right people…

Which is why I wanted to get over the ‘revamp’ phase as quickly as I could. Yet this was inevitable. I couldn’t do away with it because:

  • Some of my websites had obsolete information,
  • The current state of my websites are not intergrated well enough to adopt my latest business plans,
  • And well, the websites could use some touching up! (couldn’t resist)
  • Anyways…

    AMLOH Helpdesk

    Finally! Got around updating the knowledgebase and FAQs at the AMLOH Helpdesk. Didn’t realize a lot of information became outdated due to the changes I’ve made to my other websites! Glad I got around doing this. πŸ™‚

    I’ve also taken this opportunity to ‘formally’ introduce my network of websites through the AMLOH webpage, as well as my existing products and services. There!

    I’ve said this before but I’ll say it again: the newest layout makes me feel so proud, and my former helpdesk layout looked like a website for selling coffins. πŸ™‚

    The RRM Blog

    Thanks to Siah, The Resell Rights Mastery Blog now sports a brand new design too. πŸ™‚

    These are just some of the web pages and sites I’ve reworked for my lil Project: Total Revamp. I’ve also updated several sales letters and webpages to have up-to-date information.

    *PHEW* That’s truly one BIG itch off my mind! πŸ™‚

    I reflected on what 2008 is like so far to me, and I realized that I had been less fun to myself. I hardly post anything fun on my blog since the beginning of the year. I worked even on holidays (and a big bulk of the yearly holidays are at the beginning of the year, if you noticed). I rarely take any breaks.

    Sure, with my current level of income and the way business is moving for me, life can be comfortable. I can actually afford to peddle less faster than I did in the last 3 years.

    But why do I continue to work harder than before?

    I sincerely believe in making a living outside the comfort zone. It allows me to test the limits of my ability. Also, I am against having a complacent attitude. I don’t know about you but I can get dull very quickly when I’m not at my peak.

    Yes, I’ve been very accomplished and successful in my own rights. A lot of my former schoolmates have acknowledged that I am by far the most successful among my peers.

    Happy? Yes, but not quite (yet). I know I can do more, and I am still far away from seeing my full potential unleashed. I hope it will continue to be that way. πŸ™‚ But then, this year is more challenging than before. Not necessarily more difficult per se, since the situation is different from those I’ve encountered before.

    It involves greater skill in time management.

    More projects and business partners to work with.

    I foresee my personal and business commitments to grow along as well.

    And not to forget the resolutions and annual goals I’ve made for myself and my family.

    Well… I’ll still indulge in some fun, but sparingly. πŸ™‚ This is only temporary yet I have every reason to believe that the rewards to be reaped will be more than worthwhile.

    Hey, you don’t expect to gain something for nothing, do you? πŸ˜‰

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