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The Art of Lifestyle Construction

Episode 3
Reblogged From Episode 3 – The Art Of Lifestyle Construction (part 2)

Welcome back to Episode 3, The Art Of Lifestyle Construction – part two.

If you watched part one, you’ll know that my goal for these 2 videos is to ‘re-frame’ your reality…

…enough to make you realize what it really takes to live the kind of lifestyle that you want to live when you decide to take action.

In this video I show you how to break down, re-construct and ‘instantly’ build an online income.

I talk about the exact sales numbers it really takes in an online business to get the results that you want.

I’ve always told people to just ‘get 2 a day’.

Because when you’re selling a low ticket product like a $25 blogging system, it’s extremely easy to make 2 sales a day…

…and with a system that has value-based upsells; making 6 figures isn’t all that hard to do from a base of 2 $25 customers/day.

What I want you to do after watching this video is ‘construct your income’.

Ask yourself how much does your dream lifestyle really cost?

Look online, search the Internet and find out how much it really costs to live that kind of lifestyle.

Next, break down the monetary fingure into daily earnings, how much do you really need to make per day?

Then ask yourself what it takes in daily production to create that income, yourself.

Here’s the the ‘art of income construction‘, in 5 easy steps.

1. What do you really want to make?

2. How much per day?

3. How many sales do you need to make in your business per day to generate that amount? 

4. How many upgrades do you need to get from those sales?

5. How many leads and visitors do you need to generate each day to create that many front-end sales?

Watch the video, construct your income and make a plan, because by now you know it’s easy to create the kind of lifestyle you want to live, when you decide to take action now and get to the events.

Love ya,

– David Wood

P.S. Leave me your thoughts and questions in the comments below. Re-blog this video and share it with your list – knowing affiliate commissions will be coming to you in your sleep when you do.

P.P.S. Killer things coming in Miami, if you haven’t got your ticket yet, login, get it now. I’ll see you there.

– The EN Team

Looking for Land… in all the wrong places

We have been looking for some land to buy for the past few weeks. Both my wife and I grew up in the country and have been raising the kids in the ‘burbs. Well not really the ‘burbs as they are known near the big cities but in a subdivision with neighbors in a decent sized town. We have driven a lot of miles and seen some great countryside we didn’t know existed in our area.

What we are starting to realize that in an effort to give the kids what we didn’t have we forgot to give them what we did have. So we have been looking for some property in the same school district that we can build on and plant some gardens, put up a greenhouse and the kids can learn about growing food and getting their hands dirty. And they are going to hate it.

What allows up to do this and have the time to do what we want? Working from home and having flexible hours.

Would you like to learn more?

CLICK HERE and let’s get started.

If you have ay comments please post them below.

Ken Barrett

P.S. If you have any questions CLICK HERE for the FAQ.

The Art Of Getting What You Want

Welcome back folks…

To episode 2 of the ‘show’ we’re starting here.

I want you to pay attention, because as you pay attention & watch closely you’re going to learn something powerful inside today’s episode – The Art Of Getting What You Want.

Now most people don’t know how to get what they want, probably because they haven’t gone through the $15k formula or attended an event.

In today’s episode I talk about ‘designing your life’ through goal setting. Goal setting using mypersonal 6 step formula, the same formula I’ve used countless times to explode my income & transform my business (like clockwork).

It starts with setting an intention and making a decision…

…just like making a decision to watch this video

I’ll see you in episode 3.

– David Wood

P.S. If you don’t have the Viral Blogging Academy, login – get it now and discover the in-depth version of my 6 step goal setting formula.

Now is the time to move your life forward.  Start Here

If you have any comments please post them below.

Ken Barrett


A Message From Dave’s New House

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Reblogged From The Majestic Creation Of My Unconscious Mind (message from Dave’s new house)

Badass, isn’t it?

This was my attempt at creating a kind of MTV cribs style video of my new headquarters (house) here in Escazu, Costa Rica.

Let me know what you think of the new place.

Starting now, I’m going to be running a kind of ‘show’ from my house here, indefinitely – with people inside of Empower Network.

I want to teach you guys, something of value – daily.

What I’m going to do, is teach you how (for free) to create the lifestyle that you want to live.

I’m going to be bringing people out from all over the world, and interviewing them on how they create magical results (inside & outside of Empower Network).

Now pay attention as this is important:

If you’re in Empower, I want you to:

  • Come to the blog every day (5 days/week) & watch the videos.
  • Re-blog the videos by hitting the re-blog button.
  • Leave me your thoughts & comments below.

Love ya, and see you in the next video.

David Wood

P.S. Pay close attention to the blog in the coming days and weeks – you’re going to learn something of value every day.

P.P.S. Got your event ticket yet? If not, make a decision– login to the members area, grab your ticket right now and come hang out with us in Miami, I’ll see you there.

-The EN Team


For The Ladies

Using Old School Network Marketing
Principles With 2013 Technical Leverage

Watch as stay at home mom Niahm breaks it down for you!
This is a great video for all you ladies out there trying to juggle family and
your network marketing business.

Once you get started I like to call it 
Sleep Money. You can earn money 
while you sleep. Not that you probably get 
much sleep.  

Check it out and let me know what you think.

If you have any comments please post them below.
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Ken Barrett

P.S.   I’m a full time entrepreneur, 
business owner, investor, network marketer  and dad with four kids that are 13, 14, 15 and 18. 
 Trust me, I know how crazy things can get – but you can still prosper if you watch this video.

Allergic To Average – Eric Thomas


Click here if you’re Allergic To Average!

Nobody delivers a Monday message like Eric Thomas!

Sure it’s Thursday but somedays feel like a Monday.

Even though he is talking about motivating a high school student to get better grades the formula for success is still the same. 

This message is powerful and if you still haven’t pushed play on the video above you are missing out!

Its funny because in our business we give an Income Disclaimer to keep things compliant and part of it goes, “Results Aren’t Typical.”

Typical and Average are one in the same and its funny because I always deliver the line that, “Results Aren’t Typical, Because Typical People Stay Broke.”

Success is allergic to average…plain and simple. 

Make it a great day!

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If you’re Allergic To Average click here and let’s see. =)

P.S. – Get on my email list and you’re ready to lock arms with a group of people that are Allergic To Average.

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Cooking Games For Girls- Day 2

Does anybody else find that thing are busy every night and on the nights that nobody is supposed to be anywhere you have that moment of panic that you forgot something?

Part of the reason that we started Cooking Games For Girls was to let them trade back some of the time we spend hauling them around. Now don’t get me wrong I don’t mind at all and thanks to the almighty Google we have a family calendar to keep track of where everybody should be. Add in the phones that also send you a text telling you when to leave and it all goes smooth. We haven’t forgot a kid anywhere in weeks.

Scheduling the days they cook may be somewhat fluid as well. Tonight is Day 2. A simple recipe made by Mom before that requires minimum cooking and some fridge time. This one comes courtesy of Pinterest. One of my favorite sites for food ideas.

Click Here For The Recipe

Soon the girls will find some Pinterest sites and then the dinners should get interesting.

We need to incorporate The Boy into the mix too but with Basketball practice, games and work he may need to learn the Quick and Easy Meals.   

Well, it’s supper time.

If you have any comments please post them below.


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Cooking Games For Girls

Our kids are all teenagers and it is our job to get them ready for the real world. Looking at Facebook, other social media and hearing conversations of teenagers it would seem that very few are ready for the world.

Back in the day I lived on a farm and didn’t realize initially that stuff I thought was fun as a kid like cutting grass, riding hay wagons and stacking hay was actually work. Then I started to get paid for it and thought ” This is a good deal.” I get to drive a tractor and get paid for it. It was cool that because the other guys were stronger and could stack hay better so I got to drive. That eventually changed but it was still ok. And yes I did have to walk a quarter of a mile to catch the bus and, as I showed my wife on our trip there last year, it was uphill both ways.

It’s time to introduce cooking games for girls which is our latest plan to help our “adults in kids bodies”. They each get a different day of the week to make supper. This includes making a shopping list on the weekend so they have what they need. We handed out the cookbooks on the weekend and said “Let’s go”. Tonight is the first meal. I was already asked “If it’s horrible do we still have to eat it?”. That would be a Yes, because that’s what’s for supper and they will have to eat yours too.

I will be providing support to make sure we still have a house to eat supper in and not spending time in the emergency room.

If you have any comments please post them below.


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BatKid saves transformed ‘Gotham City’


BatKid saves transformed ‘Gotham City’. Thousands of people turned out on Friday to turn San Francisco into Gotham City for BatKid aka Miles Scott, a 5-year-old leukemia patient

Batkid’s jam-packed day of fighting crime made him the hero of Gotham City and melted hearts around the world.

He spent the day rescuing a damsel in distress to getting praise from President Obama, and updates from the Chief of Police.

The Make-A-Wish Foundation put this togther and volunteers signed up by the thousands. Office buildings emptied out to see the Super Hero in action. As the day went on it got bigger and bigger and turned into a great positive news story that everybody needed.

Next time you are struggling with something just think of BatKid and what he can do in a day.

If you have any comments please post them below.

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What does dehydrated food look like?

You are probably wondering what does dehydrated food look like? In the jars in the picture is about 15 pounds of fruits and vegetables.

I have been using the Solar Dehydrator for a few weeks now and dehydrated a bunch of different fruits and vegetables. The list includes carrots, delicious apples, Granny Smith apples, onions, celery, bananas and my latest adventure, Red Hot Chili Peppers.

What once was a grocery bag full of peppers is now contained in 2 jars. I cut the stems off the peppers and sliced them in half so the seeds would stay inside while they were drying and put them in.

 The temperature for the past couple of days has been cool and dropped below freezing at night so I have been mostly running the backup heat. The dehydrator works on convection air flow so the cooler it is the less the air flows through. The temperature inside did hold at about 100F.

After about 24 hours I brought the screens in to see if they were dry. The ones near the front of the dehydrator were mostly done as that’s where the warm air enters the food area. The is where I forgot to use my Common Sense Superpower. The process involved picking up the pepper half, holding it over a Tupperware container to catch the seeds and snapping it in half. If it was rubbery in any way I would shake out what seeds I could and put it back on the screen. If it snapped in half I would shake out the seeds and put the pepper in a jar.

I worked though all of the peppers and put the screens back in the dehydrator, poured the seeds in another jar and put the lids on.

Most of the peppers still needed some dry time so I left them for the day.

That afternoon I went back at it and most of the peppers were dry so I went through the same steps. Then I washed my hands. It appeared that I had scuffed a few spots on my hands working on some washing machines during the day. They were easy to find after some water was mixed with the pepper dust. After washing a few times and putting on some lotion the burning subsided. But I was vary aware to be careful where I touched for a while. Rubbing my eyes was bad news.

After they were dried and bottled I noticed a bunch of seeds in the main bottle so I pulled out a cookie sheet and a stainless steel strainer and poured the dried peppers in. This time I was ready and my hands were not going anywhere near the peppers. I picked up a meat tenderizer (pretty much a steel hammer with teeth) and pushed on the peppers to break them down a little.

Everything was going well until a microscopic cloud of invisible Red Hot Chili Pepper Dust floated my way. It wasn’t something you noticed it just drifted past your lips, over your tongue and grabbed the back of your throat and held on. A few glasses of water and some sneezes and it was all good.

I did consider leaving some of the dust on the cookie sheet for the next time the kids made pizza. Does that make me a bad parent?

If you have any comments please post them below.

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