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Happy Anniversary

February 23rd, 2010

Today is my Wedding Anniversary. My wife and I have been married for 19 years.

I would like to say that they have all been happy, but there were a couple of years there that we didn’t think we would make it. But love, dedication and persistence saw us through.

This day 19 years ago, was quite a memorable day, not only because it is the day I got married, but it was also the hotest day on record here in Perth, Western Australia.

The Mercury that day reached 46.7 degrees Celsius, which I believe is about 116.06 Fahrenheit.

Of course I was wearing a black tails suit, and got married in an old pre-war church (so of course there was no air conditioning), but other than the temperature, the day went without a hitch.

Nineteen years later, we have both grown in different ways. The girl I married way back then is not the same girl I am with today, and of course the boy she married then has changed in so many ways also.

Change is a good thing. If we always stayed the same, we would soon get bored of each other. Not to mention we would probably get bored of ourselves also.

Fortunately, we have both grown in the same general direction. My wife is very supportive of the ventures I have undertaken over the years, as I have been of here change of career recently. My wife recently left Nursing to become a drafts-person.

Through thick & thin, we have raise 3 wonderful boys, which of course present their own challenges.

Our Oldest Son, Jordan, is now 16 & believes the world revolves around him. (Pretty much the same as I did when I was about that age). However, he still gives my wife and I a hug & kiss when he goes to bed at night. He is a great kid & I look forward to taking him to the pub for a beer when he is old enough.

My second oldest son, Jacob, is turning 14 soon. He is our sports man. He loves his Australian Rules football, and he is very good at it. Of course as parents we tend to be bias, but I believe he could go all the way to the national league.

My Youngest Son, Isaac, has recently turned 10. He is our inquisitive one. He asks questions about everything. He is always keeping us on our toes.

All three of our boys are very polite, and generally do not go about killing each other. They really are great kids. I am very proud of them all.

So after 19 years of marrage, I think my wife & I are getting it together. After all it is a journey, and one I am enjoying and constantly growing in.

I am looking forward to spending the rest of my life with this wonderful lady.

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25 Things You May Not Know About Me

September 2nd, 2009

Rob WillisLike many others I have been tagged! I have been given the challenge to write a list of things that people do not know about me.

This challenge was originally thrown down by Gary Simpson (Gazz-man), and as a result I was tagged by Petra Weiss.

Always up for the challenge, I decide to add my list.

1. I have a real passion for personal development

Ever since reading the book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad, I have been deeply committed to improving myself & helping those around me. Since that time I have become a student of Jim Rohn, Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, Mark Victor Hansen, just to name a few.

My Mission Statement reads: ” To assist and encourage others to achieve their full potential in life”.

I have recently been approached by the Brian Tracy Group to join the to achieve this goal.

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2. I am Self Employed as an IT Consultant

I have been working in the IT industry for over 20 years now. In that time I have paid my dues & now work as an IT Consultant.

(Yeah, I know this sounds boring, and at times it is) I am currently working towards a full time Internet Marketer.

Arc de Triomphe

3. I once took a photo of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris with no Cars in view

For those of you who don’t know, the Arc de Triomphe stands in the centre of one of the busiest round-a-bouts on the world.

It was by sheer luck that I happened to take a photo with no cars to be seen.

4. I have scuba dived in the Great Barrier Reef

While on holidays in Cairnes,  Queensland Australia, I had the opportunity to go diving on the Great Barrier Reef.

Although I had never been diving before, I had the chance to do an introductory dive. From that time onwards I have been hooked.

5. I have Sky Dived from 14,000 feet (Free Fall)

For my 40th Birthday, my wife bought me a skydive.

Not being one to do things by halves, I didn’t want to do a tandem dive, but a free fall.

Loved the experience & would recommend it to anyone that gets the opportunity.

6. I have performed on stage at the London Palladium in front of 2,000 people (Singing & Dancing)

While living in England between 2001 & 2003, I sat down & watched Moulin Rouge one day.

After watching I thought, “I could do that”, & then jumped on the Internet and looked for auditions.

Sure enough I found one & ended up singing & dancing on stage at the London Palladium.

7. I have a strong Christian background. Although I no longer practice (ie go to Church), I still believe

It is a funny thing faith. You either believe in the existence of God or you don’t.

I Do!

8. I am married and have 3 wonderful boys.

I got married back in 1993 on the hottest day ever recorded in Perth, Western Australia (46.7 degrees Celcius/116.06F)

Although we have had our moments, we are still happy together & have three wonderful boys, aged 16, 13 & 10

9. I am quite disorganized

I know I shouldn’t be quite this honest, but I am a little disorganised.

My desk is covered in paperwork, and I have many an unopened letter scattered about my office.

It is one of those things that I am working on.

10. I tend to be quite opinionated

This is a sticking point between my wife & myself.

If I believe in something strongly enough, I simply will not back down.

Here I am talking about core beliefs, not just a simple difference of opinion.

Things like moral conduct, sexual orientation, personal beliefs, etc.

11. I lived in England (Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire) for two years & worked at Tesco’s

Back at the start of 2001, one of my brothers died while riding his motor bike.

I decided shortly afterwards, that life was too short & you needed to live life to the fullest. (This is something I need to remind myself from time to time)

It was then that we decided to pack our bags & see the world from a different perspective.

So with 3 children in tow (aged 8, 5 & 1) we flew 24 hours to England.

This was a fantastic experience, that I would love to repeat one day.

(I will  have to blog about some of the stories I have)

12. I am not a pet lover

I can just here the backlash on this one.

I grew up with many pets as a child, but for some unknown reason I simply have no time for pets now.

About 20 month ago, I gave into my wife & boys and allowed them to get a pet dog. A Maltese Shiatsu.

I have still not warmed to the dog, although I have tried to get used to it.

13. I once helped demolish a house

Many years ago, as a fund raiser I had the chance to help demolish a house.

One of the people at out church, owned a demolition company & donated a job to the youth group, to demolish this house.

Now that is an experience to remember.

14. I have ridden shotgun in a demolition derby

Years ago, one of my friends decided to enter a car in a demotion derby at our local speedway.

His co-driver at the time had to pull out at the last minute (His parents did not want him to enter), so I ended up in the car.

Great fun!! Not something you get to do every day.

15. Favourite Book – Wuthering Heights

As I was growing up, I hated reading.

However, an old girlfriend of mine, introduced me to some of the classics & one of my all time favorites is Wuthering Heights.

16. Favourite Music – Don Henley

I have a very broad taste in music from Classical to Heavy metal (depending on the mood).

But one artist that I do not get sick of is Don Henley of the Eagles.

I have had the opportunity of seeing the Eagles live in concert twice now. Once at Earls Court in London & one at Subiaco Oval in Perth.

My favourite song by Don Henley is “Boys of Summer”

17. Favourite Movie – Lord of The Rings Trilogy

These movies are some of the most loyal to the book movies produced.

I would also have to add Silence of the Lambs to that list also.

18 . I leave things until the last minute

Probably one of my worst habits is leaving things until that last minute.

I am sure this is simply a case a getting organised and prioritising, but I often don’t get things done until I absolutely have to.

19. I work better from a list

Following on from the previous point, I find that I work far better if I have a list.

Give me a list of things to do & I will sweep through them very quickly.

The trouble is I do not often make my own lists….

20. I was once an Avon “lady” (representative) for a week

I don’t know if I have even told my wife about this one….

Back in about 1982, I traveled around Australia by bus.

I stayed with various friends I have made & needed to be able to pay my way.

One family I stayed with, the mother was an Avon representative, so being the young entrepreneur at heart I thought I would give it a go….

Needless to say, I was not very successful.

21. As a Child I had a Kangaroo as a pet

Contrary to popular belief, not every Australian child has a pet Kangaroo.

I however was one of the lucky children that did have one. (Actually I had 3 at one stage).

My parents applied & got a permit to get a kangaroo. Two of them escaped to the bush & one we ended up giving to the zoo.

22. I have sat in the Jump Seat of an airplane on landing (twice)

Long before September 11, I was flying on a business trip with my boss. He asked the air steward, if he could sit in the Jump Seat for take off. The steward said that it was too late, but suggested that he could have it for landing.

As my boss had “been there done that” he suggested that I take the jump seat.

That was an experience, unfortunately, unless you know someone now days, it is an experience not many people will get to have.

(The jumpseat is located just behind the pilots in the cockpit of an airplane)

23. I once saw someone jump to their death from the Eiffel Tower

Not the best of experiences I have ever had, but back in 2003, I was in Paris with a mate of mine who had come to visit while I was living in England.

We had a few hours to fill as we waited for your flight, so we decided to take a bit of a walk.

We walked under the Eiffel tower (which we climbed the day before) and started walking towards the Military Academy.

All of a sudden we heard all of these birds take off at once & the someone started to scream. Next thing we heard was what I thought to be a gun shot.

We turned around, and not 50 meters from where we stood, was what was left of someone splattered on the pavement.

The sad thing as this was probably 2 meters from a souvenir stand.

Not knowing how to process what had happened, my friend (who happened to be an Australian Police man) & I looked on and tried to work out the trajectory of the fall.

24. If I ever get stressed out, I love to take long walks along the beach

Like many people, I get a little stressed out from time to time & need some time out.

The best place for me to do this, is taking a long walk along a secluded beach and listen to music.

I find that after a two hour walk, I can start getting my head together again.

25. I can be a little lazy at times

I suppose further to point 18, unless I absolutely have to do something, I can tend to let it slide & not do it at all.

Although I am working on this, I still find it a little difficult get get the motivation to make some things happen.

So that is my list. There are many more things I could add, and perhaps I will add some more in further posts.

Feel free to post comments, ask questions and make a link to your own list.

To your Success


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Where Do We Go From Here?

August 13th, 2009

It has been a week since my last post, which is not a good thing, considering regular blog updates bring in the traffic.

Knowing what to write is usually the biggest hurdle most newbies face. But as I have found that as you start to write about anything, the subject ideas will start to flow.

In saying this, I have been very busy with the old 9 to 5 JOB thing that most of us want to escape, plus my obligations to the government (ie Getting some Tax stuff done). That is one of the downsides to working for yourself.

But that is enough of excuses…

I have also been struggling with a couple of mental demons that have been haunting me… It is so easy to look at how well someone else is going, and then start thinking, “Why is my list not growing?” or “Why am I not making a few sales?”

Welcome to the world of Internet Marketing!!!

Much of the time, it comes down to the amount of work you put in. How much time are you spending in the forums? When did you post your last blog post? or write an article?

I know first hand the balancing act we have with our full time jobs, then coming home to spend time with our families and loved ones. And of course after a hard day we simply want to chill out. I suppose that is why someone invented the Television…. (I have also heard this called the Electronic Income Reducer.)

I am also guilty of sitting in front of the Idiot box, but we need to extract ourselves from our habits and sit down instead, in front of our computers and write a few thoughts in our blogs, or start interacting with others in the forums, Twitter, or Facebook. (Trust me your family who is sitting in front of the TV will not miss you…)

You could say, much of what we are trying to achieve comes down to a matter of priorities. Don’t get me wrong, your family is your highest priority, however, if they simply want to chill out in front of the idiot box, then take some time out and start composing an article, or do some keyword research. Simply put, just do something that will help move you forward.

This would suggest that you know where you want to be in 5 years time…. Have you set your long term goals? Do you know what it is that you want to achieve with all of this Internet marketing stuff??

A clear, well defined goal, should be your primary focus! You need to know where you are going before you can get there. Once you have your goal, you can focus on this and be able to ignore the distractions that inevitably come our way.

I would like to spend a lot more time on Goal setting, and over the course of the next couple of weeks I am going to put together a Goals Program that I would like to share with you. This program will be derived from things I have learnt from the likes of Jim Rohn, Earl Nightingale, Brian Tracy, and Zig Ziglar, to mention a few.

This post has deviated a little from when I started it, but I hope you have been able to keep up with my train of thought as I write this.

To Your Success….

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Get Over It

August 6th, 2009

footballHave you ever noticed that everyday events can inspire you, or perhaps reveal to you a life lesson?

I had one of these moments the other day at my son’s football game.

I had volunteered as the water boy during the game, which is a great opportunity to be part of the game, without all of the bumps and bruises.

One of the great advantages of being on the field during the game is that you can hear the players, umpires and spectators (ie both groups of supporters) comments, and it is amazing at how differently each group views each decision.

As the water boy I am doing a job and do not get drawn into the comments that are flying around. (It is a good thing that everyone does not hear the comments that the players are constantly throwing at each other).

Although I have always tried to instil into my boys that you should never boo or criticise an umpire, as they have to make quick decisions, based on the way that they see a particular passage of play, being on the field, does give you a different perspective to what is going on out there.

On this particular day, I must say that some of the decisions that the umpires made were not the way I viewed the situation, and I am not being biased, there were decisions that went against the opposition that I thought could have gone the other way.

But no matter how you look at it, the umpire’s decision is the umpire’s decision and there is no negotiation into the matter. Whether we think that is it right or wrong is irrelevant.

In saying this, both teams have the same umpire during the game, and it may seem that the umpire is biased in a particular direction, but if you ask the opposition what they thought of the umpiring, they would most likely agree that it was not favourable towards their team. (This obviously explains why both teams boo the umpires off the field).

But it occurred to me while I was out there that no matter what the umpire’s decision is, you must get on and continue playing the game to the best of your ability. Can you imagine if a player sat down in the middle of the ground, crossed his arms and refused to continue playing, because he didn’t like the umpire’s decision? He would soon be dragged of the field.

Don’t stress that a decision has not gone your way. It is not something you can control. Simply step up and make the next passage of play work to your advantage.

Again this week I was in the office and overheard someone complaining about something that had happened, and they continued to bitch and moan about it. I was immediately reminded about my son’s football game and thought, “if you are unable to directly control the situation, move on and work around it.”

There are so many things that come our way that we have no control of, and we must recognise these and re-devise our plans and goals. Although we do have a great influence on our futures, we cannot control every variable, and as such we need to adjust our course to work around each obstacle.

This of course is the main premise of the serenity prayer. “Lord grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference.” – Reinhold Niebuhr.

There is a great book I read recently called “The Last Lecture” by Randy Pausch. Randy died recently of Pancreatic cancer. I highly recommend that you get a copy of this book as well as watch the lecture at his website, or at youtube.

One of the great quotes that Randy makes during The Last Lecture is “The brick walls are there for a reason. They’re not there to keep us out. The brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want something.”

Most people are dealt the same cards in life, however it is not the circumstances that dictate the result it is our reactions to them. In life we can choose to respond or react. We can choose to complain about the weather, or we can pick up an umbrella on the way out.

I like the quote from Billy Connoly, “There is no such thing as bad weather, only a bad choice in clothing.”

And that is so true. We so often grumble about things we have no control over, rather than being grateful for what we have and work with the things that we can control.

There is a line in the song My Thanksgiving by Don Henley, which goes “Have you noticed that an angry man, can only get so far. Until he reconciles the way he thinks things ought to be, with the way things are.”

So rather than complain, act! Take action to turn the situation around to something that you can control.

At the end of the day it is all a matter of attitude, as has been said by many people before me. But that is a subject for another day.

Circumstances happen to all of us. But we need to learn to respond and not react, if we wish to succeed.


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Time Management

July 21st, 2009

There are so many posts that I would like to share with you, and in saying that there is so much I want to do in regards to traffic generation for my other sites & developing my online income, not to mention spending time on my ‘real job’ and with my family.

You see many of us face the same issue from day to day. We often hear people saying that ‘I just don’t have enough time’, or “Life just got in the way”.

So we must stop and think of Time management more than just a skill, we must take a step back and look at time management from the bigger picture of ‘Life Management’.

After all what is our time, but our life!

You see if you are  like me, many of you will have the greatest intentions. We sit down behind our computer, looking to add some content to our blog, or perhaps, compose a new follow up email for our opt-in list, or perhaps compose a new article to publish on a few article sites….

But then we sit down & click the Send/Receive Button on our email and then stuff just starts to get in the way…..

I for one am guilty of this. So easily the distractions of other things get in the way, and without a plan, they will continue to stop us doing the things that we originally set out to accomplish.

This is where we need to sit down and start planning our day.

This is usually best done the night before.

  1. Sit down and write down at least the top six things you plan to accomplish the following day.
  2. Prioritize these tasks from 1 – 6
  3. The following day, start with task 1 & continue with this until it is either finished, or until you get to a point with the task, that you can no longer move forward due to the requirement of addition resource or perhaps you need more information.
  4. When you have completed task 1, move on to Task 2 and complete in the same manner as described above.
  5. Move on down through the list, until you run out of time.
  6. Anything that is left over at the end of the day from your first list, move to the top of the following days list, and start again.

An alternative to this method is to plan your day, hour by hour, or even in 15 minute blocks.

Still plan your day the night before, but plan your day in increments.

For example:

8:00 – 8:15 –  read & follow-up your email.

8:15 – 8:45 – Reply to Blog Comments

8:45 – 10:00 – Add new Blog Content

10:00 – 12:00 – Write article for article directories.


I understand that most of us have real jobs, and we cannot plan our days as described above, but we can work the plan and come up with our own schedule.

*** However, keep in mind,  when scheduling your time, be sure to schedule personal time for exercise, family & “me” time. ***

Also, when you are planing & scheduling your time, remember to be flexible.

Sometimes life does get in the way… You or a loved one may get sick, or some other unexpected situation may occur.

But is saying this, we can also come up with so many excuses as to why we are unable to complete our task list.

Only you can determine what is & isn’t important!

Keeping with this, I am sure many of you have heard before, start analysing your time. Keep a daily journal with you, and keep notes on exactly how you use your time. (Especially the time you spend on the Internet)

You may be surpised to see that even though you may have been busy all day, you were not particularly productive…….

And that is the crux of the matter. Many of us do not want to be held accountable for all of the time that we waste each day. And I, as much as anyone else, need to start being held accountable. Because if you do not hold yourself accountable, who else will????

“If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they may have planned for you? Not much.” – Jim Rohn


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The Story Of The Wooden Bowl – Author Unknown

July 20th, 2009

A frail old man went to live with his son, daughter-in-law, and four-year-old grandson.
The old man’s hands trembled, his eyesight was blurred, and his step faltered.

The family ate together at the table. But the elderly grandfather’s shaky hands and failing sight made eating difficult. Peas rolled off his spoon onto the floor. When he grasped the glass, milk spilled on the tablecloth.

The son and daughter-in-law became irritated with the mess.
“We must do something about father” said the son.
“I’ve had enough of his spilled milk, noisy eating, and food on the floor”.

So the husband and wife set a small table in the corner.
There, Grandfather ate alone while the rest of the family enjoyed dinner without him.
Since Grandfather had broken a dish or two, his food was now served in a wooden bowl.

When the family glanced in Grandfather’s direction, sometimes he had a tear in his eye as he sat alone.
Still, the only words the couple had for him were sharp admonitions when he dropped a fork or spilled food.

The four-year-old grandson watched it all in silence.

One evening before supper, the father noticed his son playing with scrap pieces of wood on the floor.
He asked the child sweetly, “What are you making?” Just as sweetly, the boy responded,
“Oh, I am making a little bowl for you and Mama to eat your food in when I grow up.”
The four-year-old then smiled and went back to work.

The words so struck the parents that they were speechless. Then tears started to stream down their cheeks. Though no word was spoken, both knew what must be done.

That evening the husband took Grandfather’s hand and gently led him back to the family table.
For the remainder of his days he ate every meal with the family. And for some reason, neither the husband or the wife seemed to care any longer when a fork was dropped, milk spilled, or the tablecloth soiled.

On a positive note, I’ve learned from this story that, no matter what happens, how bad it seems today, life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow.

I’ve learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way he/she handles four things:
A rainy day, the elderly, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights.

I’ve learned that making a “living” is not the same thing as making a “life.”

I’ve learned that life sometimes gives you a second chance.

I’ve learned that you shouldn’t go through life with a catcher’s mitt on both hands. You need to be able to throw something back sometimes.

I’ve learned that if you pursue happiness, it will elude you.
But, if you focus on your family, your friends, the needs of others,
your work and doing the very best you can, happiness will find you.

I’ve learned that whenever I decide something with an open heart, I usually make the right decision.

I’ve learned that even when I have pains, I don’t have to be one.

I’ve learned that every day, you should reach out and touch someone.

People love that human touch – holding hands, a warm hug, or just a friendly pat on the back.

I’ve also learned that I still have a lot to learn.


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