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Whale Shark PLR Ebook

"A childrens story about Datiz a fisherman's son and Splash the talking Whale Shark!"

Reprogramming For Success MRR Ebook

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Success is a habit, sure. But to pick up this habit, you have to have the right mindset. You can force things and hang on to your old mindset while adopting new habits, but these eventually wear off.

Successful people do certain things consistently, and that's why they achieve a higher degree of success than most other people. But there's more to it than that. It's not just a matter of doing certain things over and over again given certain circumstances.

When you adopt these success habits without changing your mindset, you eventually end up where you began. How come? You built your new habits on a faulty mental foundation.

You had the wrong mindset. Your success habits eventually fall apart. You have to make sure that you adopt the right mental foundation from the onset. Your mindset is a combination of your assumptions, expectations and definitions.

Most successful people share a range of mindsets that enable them to maintain their success habits. In fact, they scale these up over time.

Don't for a second think that these people were somehow born with these mindsets. They weren't. In fact, many did not even have a clue when they began. Through trial and error and the hard knocks of life, many arrived at their winning mindset.

Thankfully, you don't have to go through those heartbreaks and frustrations. You don't have to go through trial and error. You can get a head start by identifying and adopting the mindsets that can lead you to consistent victory.

This training teaches you to reprogram yourself for success by adopting 8 key mindsets. Each of these mindsets have their own subset of beliefs. You need to go through these and incorporate them into your life for them to change your results.

How Does This All Work?

Mindset changes your beliefs. If you don't have the right mindset, you're going to have certain beliefs that are not going to help you all that much on your road to success. In fact, in many cases, certain limiting beliefs can hold you back and drag you down from the success that you could have otherwise achieved.

Your mindset has to lead to the right belief. These beliefs shape your emotional response to the things that are happening around you, your priorities, your values, and your life's direction. That's how important they are. Be mindful of what you choose to believe.

The good news? Belief is always a choice.

It may seem like people were just born believers in the right things. It may appear that some people just have the right belief system as far as success is concerned. These have to come from somewhere. They were chosen.

In this training, I'm going to step you through the process of clearing your mind of toxic beliefs and helping you identify and adopt the right mindsets which can lead you to greater personal success.

These mindsets lay the foundation for the success habits you're going to have to adopt to achieve consistent victory in all areas of your life.

I know you're excited. If you're going through this training, you are looking to achieve greater success in at least one part of your life. You can't wait to adopt the right mindset, so you can get better results. I understand that.

The problem is, you're having a tough time achieving the kind of success you want because you are probably hanging on to a few "toxic" mindsets that undermine you.

You have to clear these out first before you adopt positive mindsets.

Otherwise, these toxic mindsets will degrade, impede, or otherwise negatively affect the new mindset that you're trying to adopt, and you end up nowhere. Get rid of these toxic mindsets so you can be in a better position to reprogram yourself for better success. I call these mental roadblocks.

Ai For Productivity MRR Ebook

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Artificial intelligence (AI) may seem like something out of a science fiction movie. Yet, it has become somewhat of a reality in the thick of the Digital Age. Needless to say, AI hasn’t conquered the world as many people are fearing.

The good news is that it most likely won’t take over everything under the sun. Here’s the good news: AI can help conquer your procrastination and make time management look seamless and effortless. This book will show you how to completely transform your productivity with the help of AI tools.

Embracing AI in the Digital Age

We know that AI (as of 2023) can write content, create art, and converse with people. But it can also help make the automation of seemingly mundane tasks a lot easier. We all have certain priorities to tackle - so it would make sense to have AI help us in areas where it would otherwise seem tedious.

Thankfully, with the right AI tools (plenty of them we’ll share throughout this book), we can be able to utilize them in an effort to prioritize our daily tasks, delegate and schedule the things that AI can do for us, and so on. By the time you finish reading this book, you should be able to have a good sketch of what life will be like for you with the help of AI.

You’ll see AI as a tool for good, not one for nefarious purposes (as some would say). AI will be useful in many ways. It won’t replace everything humans can do - but it can be useful for many purposes that would otherwise take plenty of time to do.

How This Book Can Transform Your Workflow

Now, we’re going to provide you with an overview of what you’ll learn in this book. Here’s a chapter-by-chapter synopsis so you’ll know what to expect and get out from it:

? Chapter 1: The Basics of Productivity AI - Before we dive into using the tools themselves, it’s important to discuss the basics. We’ll discuss how to understand AI in everyday tools.

This chapter will also help you identify what your challenges are when it comes to productivity and time management.

? Chapter 2: AI Tools for Efficient Time Management - Now, we dive into the tools that will make time management much easier. We will be discussing tools like Google Calendar and how you can incorporate it with AI. We’ll also show you how to iron out any wrinkles that may form because of conflicting events. You’ll also learn how to forge the power of AI with task management.

? Chapter 3: Streamlining Communication and Collaboration - Whether it’s firing off an email to a client or an instant message to team mates during a project, AI can make communication and collaboration a lot easier. We’ll go over a few tools that will make productivity a lot better. Like the previous chapter, we’ll show you how to integrate AI with existing apps that have proven itself to be useful in their capacity such as Slack for team-based projects.

? Chapter 4: Project Management and Workflow Optimization - This chapter will show you how to choose the best AI-enabled project management software. You’ll also learn how to find the right workflow automation tools to make sure everything is streamlined from start to finish.

Optimization is worth every bit of time and effort - especially in the digital age.

? Chapter 5: Content Creation and Management with AI - Earlier, we mentioned about AI creating content. We will look at a few AI writing assistants that will make the content production process a lot easier. This chapter will also mention graphic design tools that have AI capabilities as well.

? Chapter 6: Enhancing Personal Productivity - In the final chapter, we will discuss how AI can be beneficial for your own personal productivity. This will include taking a look at learning platforms for those who want to learn new skills. You’ll also learn about different health and wellness apps that utilize AI to ensure you are living your healthiest lifestyle.

Who is this book for?

You’re reading this because you are someone who might have a hard time with time management and productivity. Or you may be someone who wants to make life easier both at home and at work. Either way, this book was written for you.

This book is in your hand because you are serious about making some kind of kind. In this case, you want to make improvements on how you manage your time. You want to make the tedious tasks automated with the help of AI.

If you are willing to learn and take the necessary actions, this book is for you. It’s designed to drive you to perform certain tasks. That’s how books like this work.

Keep in mind that this book is also designed to be a reference guide. Even after you finish reading this, it can still be used as something to look at whenever you’re stuck with something. After all, this isn’t the kind of book you should read once and forget about after all is said and done.

Not everything will be perfect whenever you put together your productivity plan using AI. So, if you’re stuck on something, odds are there’s a chapter that you can refer to in order to work out the kinks. Treat this book not just as a learning tool, but also an owner’s manual of sorts.

This book isn’t for those who want to skim through it and not take action. Doing this defeats the entire purpose of the book. If you want to stick to the same old and continue to struggle with time management, you may want to put this book down (and pick it back up when you’re actually ready).

Live Purposefully MRR Ebook

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Have you ever wondered whether finding meaning in life is actually important? Or is it just something made up by people? May be you get the sense that you should be further along in life.

Yet experience an overwhelming sense that you?ll never get anywhere from where you are now.

If you?ve ever wondered whether personal development works, it does. To lead a content and successful life, it?s imperative to find meaning in your life.

This is something that distinguishes you from others. The meaning you find in your life may not be the same as those around you. But that?s fine. Your distinct meaning is what sets you apart. Once you find the meaning in your life, you can become the best of your being. In addition to that, you will be able to polish your personality.

Chapter 1: What Is Life Purpose?

Most people have no idea what they?d like to pursue or do with their lives. And this is not just high school graduates full of aspiring, wonderful dreams. In fact, it?s most adults; even after finishing school, getting a job and making steady money. There?s still room for clearly defining what their life purpose is.

In fact, it?s a conflict that often begins in adult life. Seemingly simple questions like “What do I want to do with my life?”, “What am I passionate about?” and “How can I make my life better?”

are all questions that pop into adult minds looking for ways to identify what they would like to do with their lives.

In other words, they still haven?t been able to identify their life purpose. But is this really as complicated as it seems? Well, yes and no.

To put it simply, everyone exists on earth for an unspecified duration of time. People do different things during that time with some being important and others not so much. Among these things, it?s the important things which give life its meaning and a sense of fulfilment. The unimportant ones are just a way to kill time.

To make matters a little more complicated, ignorance towards their true selves is something that most people live with for a long time.

They set up their lives based on others? expectations and norms and in doing so may never be able to discover their true selves.

Others who set out on the path to self-discovery find out that the journey is neither easy nor pleasant. In fact, there are plenty of hurdles along the way. When you set out to find your life purpose, it means that you hold yourself, your set of beliefs and values and your likes and interests as top priority.

You look for things that make you truly happy, or rather fulfilled. This also means that on the way, you are going to displease others since you no longer want to live your life by their dictates.

Yes, this journey can include confusion, conflict, some fear, quite a bit of misunderstanding and a lot of doubt along the way. And last but not least, it?ll also involve re-visiting many choices that you have made in life earlier. Think of it as spring cleaning of the mind that will ultimately lead you to your life?s true purpose.

So What Is Life Purpose Really?

Life purpose is a lot of things, but foremost, it?s the first step to living your life the most conscious way.

Here?s one way to look at it- you may be very busy with a lot of chores and tasks every day. But if you don?t have a purpose intended for those tasks, then every effort you make will mean very little in the end. So basically, the end goal may have nothing to do with your purpose.

This means that you could pursue you current goals for the next so many years and then come to realize that this wasn?t what you wanted in the first place.

On the contrary, if you have a life purpose, then that?s how you learn to lead a conscious life. Your efforts get directed towards something and you enjoy every minute of it. And although this doesn?t imply that your problems disappear, at least now you know why you?re trying to find a way around those problems.

You also know that you?ve discovered your life purpose when you feel energized in all your endeavors. You no longer dread the daily grind, but are eager to get your day started and get as much done as you possibly can.

How Do You Measure Life Purpose?

There can be a few determinants in this regard. For starters, there?s making sacrifices.

Achieving anything that?s worth achieving involves sacrifices. Everything comes at a cost and very few things are uplifting or pleasurable all the time.

The question that arises here is what sacrifice or struggle are you ready to make or tolerate? If you find yourself giving in at the slightest chance of pressure, then obviously this choice isn?t your life purpose.

But if you?re willing to ride through the rough patches and stick with it no matter what, then you may be on to something. This is because what ultimately determines your ability to commit to something shows how much you care about that thing and how much it means to you.

The Cryptic Discovery Tree Root Cavern PLR Ebook


“That’s it!” Mr. Smith boomed, his throaty Middle Eastern accent echoing heavy throughout the small jalopy as it skidded to a halt. A look of grim satisfaction crossed his tawny, leathered face as he compared a worn-out picture to the scene outside. “After thirty long years,” he trumpeted, “I finally found it!” He planted a big fat kiss upon the photo.

“Let me see, Boss,” Bubba said, leaning over from the passenger seat, his rotund belly pressing firmly into his boss’s rib cage.

“Ugh!” Mr. Smith groaned, plowing his pointy elbow into his hefty henchman. “Get off me, you big oaf!”

Just then, from behind, a horn blasted and a delivery truck swerved, just missing the back left corner of the clunker’s bumper. The trucker shook his fist, screaming, “You idiot! Get that rust bucket off the road!”

“Well, don’t just sit there,” Mr. Smith barked, after maneuvering his mechanical menace onto the soft dirt shoulder. “Give me those binoculars and help me out of this thing!”

Ignoring his overbearing employer, Bubba shoved his shoulder against the sticking passenger door, forcing it open, and stepped out into the arid San Joaquin valley air. A blistering wave of heat and dry, dirty air blew harshly into him.

Breathing hard, he pushed forward into what felt like a blast furnace.

Perturbed at Bubba’s disrespect for his authority, Mr. Smith angrily snatched his walking stick from the back seat and thrust his own door open, all the while muttering disapprovingly under his breath. Then, grimacing from the pain in his bad hip, he struggled his way out and stood beside the car, coughing and hacking from the plumes of dust wafting past his face. Spitting dryly, he cursed the heat and aridity of this infernal place.

Peering over the top of the car, Bubba’s large frame cast a shadow on a California King snake as it slithered underneath their automobile. Across the street, a barbed wired fence marked and outlined a large country property. Beyond the fence and across a dry meadow, a blunt terrace called God’s Thumb jutted out from the bottom of a hillside. Upon the terrace sat a house and other structures. Visible above and beyond the roof of the house was the landmark that initially caught Mr. Smith’s attention: an African Baobab tree; a tall, foreign, strange looking, largediameter tree with leafless branches that protruded from its top only, appearing more like roots than the crown of a tree.

“Hey, Boss,” Bubba said. “Now that you found the place, are you going to fill me in on what we’re looking for?”

“No!” Mr. Smith barked. “Your job is to be my muscle. That’s all you need to know.”

“Well,” Bubba pressed, “thirty years is a long time. How can you be sure the item is still there?”

Through dark sunglasses Mr. Smith silently surveyed the property as best he could from this distance. “It doesn’t matter,” he replied in a thoughtful manner.

“That house,” he said, using his walking stick to point toward God’s Thumb, “was its last known location. So that is where we’ll begin our search.”

At that very moment, about a quarter mile down the road, two occupants in a royal blue SUV also had a reason for going to God’s thumb, and were on their way there now.

I don’t rightly know what she expects me to do for them, twelve-year-old Ryan pondered sulkily as he stared out the window while fidgeting anxiously in the passenger seat. Their family died; they’re supposed to be bummed out.

The sound of their car passing the seemingly endless rows of grape vines reminded Ryan of the sound playing cards make when slapping against bicycle spokes.

Ryan removed his cowboy hat and let his head drop back against the seat. Why do I have to be the one to pull them out of their slump? I should be riding horses and exploring the mountains behind Granny’s ranch right now.

Driving the car, sitting smartly dressed and characterized by her purposeful mannerisms, was Mary Whitmore, owner and C.E.O. of Over the Top Sporting Goods, a chain of stores spanning thirteen states. To Ryan however, she was just good ol’ Granny.

Ryan looked over. “Gran’,” he said. “Why can’t they get someone else play nursemaid to those youngins? I came out here to spend the summer with you.”

Granny kept her eyes on the road. “They don’t need a babysitter, Ryan.

They need a friend. And Lisa has already tried to motivate them,” she replied. “But Lisa doesn’t have your energy and charisma,” she added, with a flattering smile.

“But Gran, I don’t . . .”

“I need you to do me this favor, Ryan,” Granny interjected sternly. “It’s just for a few weeks.” She patted his knee. “Besides, I have a lot of work to do right now with the ranch, and the store, and I’m afraid I wouldn’t be much of a host at the moment, anyway.”

Pondering his predicament, Ryan gazed down absently at the prize belt buckle he won back home in Texas in this year’s junior rodeo. Finally, with as much feigned concern as he could muster, he looked up and said, “Gran, I really think I should stick around! You know you are . . .”

“I know, I know, older than a redwood!” she said with a laugh.

“Well—you are, and I think you need me around the ranch to help out,” he asserted.

As Ryan tried his darnedest to change Granny’s mind, their SUV approached a black sedan parked on the shoulder of the road. Ryan noticed two suspiciouslooking men standing by the clunker and staring out across a dry meadow, toward an oblong outcropping at the bottom of the hillside. The lanky foreigner leaned on a walking stick and Ryan noticed a scar on the man’s cheek as they drove past.

Noticing something vaguely familiar about the disfigured gentleman, something that conjured up memories from her past, Granny shifted her eyes surreptitiously in the rearview mirror for another peek at the stranger, before losing sight of him. After making a mental note to herself, she returned her eyes to the road ahead and her attention to her grandson. “You’re right about my getting old, Ryan,” she said in reply to his earlier comment. “But I can manage a while longer—don’t you worry. You, on the other hand, need room to run around, and good friends to run around with. It’ll do you no good being cramped up in town and meandering around with hooligans.”

Ryan furrowed his brow and shot a hard, fixed look at Granny. “Okay,” he said. “But two weeks only, deal?”

“Deal,” granny said with a nod. “Promise?”

Ryan said (just for reassurance). “I

promise—unless you change your mind.”

Ryan peered out his window. Rows and rows of green, broadleaf grape vines filled his view. He turned his head and looked to the other side of the road.

Nothing was visible but dry, dusty, uncultivated, tumbleweed-covered flatland, all the way to the hills in the distance.

Ryan looked at Granny. “I ain’t gonna change my mind.”

Moments later, Granny turned off the main two-lane thoroughfare and onto a private road. The mailbox near the open gate at the road’s entrance bore the painted name Walborg.

“Ah, here we are,” Granny said, “Stegosaurus Ridge, straight ahead.” She proceeded through the gate and up the long unpaved road toward the intriguing, rugged foothills that ran southwest, off of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Her tires made a crunching sound on the gravelly road as they forged along between the wide fields of tall dried grass. Large boulders dotted the landscape and became more frequent, the closer they got to the mountainside.

Ryan wondered about the uniqueness of this strange landmass. Something about it seemed mysterious; like it was hiding some deep, dark secret. “Gran, why do ya reckon they call it ‘Stegosaurus Ridge’?”

“If you were to see it from above,” she said, “you would notice that the mountain peaks look like the back plates of a Stegosaurus. Isn’t that fascinating?” While trying to imagine what this mountain range might look like from above, Ryan’s mind began to wander, and he started to long for the mountains back home and the camping and spelunking trips he’d used to take on horseback with his friends. Noticing Ryan’s gloomy disposition, Granny attempted to lighten his mood, “You know, Ryan,” she said, “I think once you get settled, you’re going to have a lot of fun out here.”

Gazing out at the acres of dried grass and tumbleweeds in front of him, Ryan frowned. “You’re sticking me out in the middle of nowhere, with no horses, none of my stuff, and nothing to do,” he muttered. “How much fun can I have?” A few minutes later, however, they passed a partially overgrown motocross track (woopty-doos and all). He raised an eyebrow. “That could have potential,” he said to himself.

Reaching the base of Stegosaurus Ridge, Granny swung the car to the left, up the long inclined road, until they finally arrived atop God’s Thumb. Sitting along this oblong terrace was a fairly large, two-story house with a steeple attic at its rear. The house resembled an old country church.