Treats, Kitty Pics & How To Get Lucky
Welcome to your Weekend Takeaways from a London where tans are fading and summer is already a distant memory…
Still, that means we have the fresh September air to galvanise us and lots of free resources here to help you out!
First of all, it seems many of you didn’t get your Birthday Treats email so here are the links to your gift downloads once more. These are for your personal use only, i.e. they don’t come with PLR or MRR rights and I’m sure you’ll find them valuable additions to your IM toolbox.
Click below to get an excellent guide to creating content fast – something I know many of you find difficult. This comprehensive book will remedy that with some terrific tips and techniques:
Next up is a handy collection of WordPress super-powered plugins that will help you make more moolah among other things:
Then there is a guide everyone should download and keep close to their computer on dealing with viruses and other emergencies:
Finally a nice collection of niche graphics to help brighten up your sites, products and anything else you care to use these for:
All of these come with my love and thanks for being such a great bunch of subscribers – I couldn’t share out my birthday cake so these are the next best thing!
On now to this week’s unmissable links and the first is to a nice graphic, page and logo creator – all free!
If you’re into Google Hangouts (and who isn’t – they’re the new buzz) then you’ll love this free graphics creator just for that:
And if you’re a newbie to Hangouts or just want to learn more there’s a great guide here:
I’ve mentioned before how much I love James Altucher’s writing and this is a particularly powerful piece on how to get lucky along with some wise words on getting focused and removing the negative elements that stand between you and success:
This week’s Kindle freebie is another great guide to coming up with content fast, this time aimed specifically at writing for the web:
And as for our TED talk, this week’s is one of my faves and it comes from Simon Sinek. Sinek believes true inspiration comes from believing in something strongly yourself, and communicating that belief to others — “People don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it.”
I also promised you pics of the kittens we adopted as my birthday present from me to our household…and, after a few shy days, here they are: