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Dissidia Final Fantasy ARCADE ANNOUNCED!

Dissidia Final Fantasy ARCADE ANNOUNCED!

There is a new reboot of Dissidia. Details are scheduled to be announced in a press conference on April 10, 2015. That the 2008 combat game for the Playstation Portable was getting an arcade reboot was announced by Square Enix at the just past Japanese Amusement Expo.

Dissidia Final Fantasy was launched in the West in 2009. There is no current news as to whether this latest incarnation will be released in the West yet.

It is using all in-game assets in the trailer, no CG. This is to be a brand new story line, not based on previous ones.

It is said to be for Arcade by some sources and will include a FF14 character. There is a lot of speculation on whether FF15 will be represented as well and how soon, or even if, it will hit consoles or Vita.

While this is seen as a complete surprise, most are glad to see 3 vs 3 combat has been confirmed in the reboot.

The Price of Tea In China

What does this have to do with the price of tea in China? Not much, I am just curious as to whether a technique I read about ranking for keywords in the 10,000 searches range with very low competition will indeed work.

It is, I think, what you would call a Hail Mary, a ‘let’s see what happens,’ an ‘I got ten minutes’ moment so why not?

How To Rank For A Keyword

If you really want to rank for a keyword, though, I suggest you check out two resources. Those two resources are MLSP, or My Lead System Pro Mastery and Predatory SEO.

My Lead System Pro Mastery

Simply put, this is the whole shebang, the entire kit, the best combination of training and tools available. If you are unsure how you want to promote your business or even where your particular talents lie, then MLSP Mastery is the route for you to take.

No, don’t not take my word for it. Check it out for yourself.

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Not even a complete list…

Go here for a free instructional video that will give you actionable items to improve your performance now. MLSP Mastery might not be for you but you won’t know unless you check it out here.

What are some of the many benefits?

  1. Instantly makes you VALUABLE
  2. Build YOU, INC
  3. MLSP is NOT a biz opp, and NEVER will be
  4. Does NOT compete with your MLM (it fuels it)
  5. Allows you to Make Money off the 90%+ who will say NO to your opp

Many folks are told, “Just send folks to your capture page and it will explain the business.”

…and they close exactly squat. Nor does your cloned company page get any love whatsoever from Google. Google hates these cloned pages. umpteen thousand pages, all saying the same thing. They get de-indexed and you wind up with no results.

MLSP teaches you how to make you the brand to which people flock for advice and often, advice on which business opportunity to join.

Predatory SEO

Developed by a master of SEO, Predatory SEO gives you what might be considered an unfair advantage in business. Unfair, that is, if all were not fair in love and war, and business is a war. It is a war against your own poverty or entrapment in a situation you want to change.

This SEO course has been developed by a fellow who has built six(6) different businesses all of which have resulted in a six figure income.

Learn more about Predatory SEO here.

Best Regards,

TimSingleton

 

 

 

 

Tim Singleton

How To Actually Begin To Move Forward In Your Business

Paralyzing Fear

One of the things that severely hampers those who want to succeed in building a successful online business for themselves is fear.

Fear, especially for those who have failed over and over, can become a paralyzing force. Procrastination because you would rather have some modest hope than to be confronted with certain failure is the most potent and virulent one. It renders you inert until it is too late to act. When you are finally in panic mode and all of a sudden doing what you needed to do it is only because you finally feel the furies of your past mistakes coming up on you.

What is the cure?

What do you do?

The cure is to understand the importance of daily action and to banish the idea of doing something tomorrow from your mind.

What you do is start right now doing today what you had planned to do all those days, weeks or months ago.

Understand that you are at war with your poverty. Understand that this is not a game. You do whatever is necessary even if it makes some things harder for a bit.

You do whatever it takes!

You Can Do Those Things Which Will Build Your Business!

If there are people critical of you, well, let that go. You can spend time with them trying to get their approval doing what they think you should do or you can do those things which will build your business.

If there are financial problems eating at you, you can worry about them, possibly apply a temporary patch of some form or other or you can do those things which will build your business.

If you are tired, so tired. I mean the kind of tired where your bones ache and your muscles seem to be spasming and pulling against your joints unbearably. If your worries over your situation have you in actual physical pain you can take your rest upon your bed, escaping your worries for a small moment in the numbness of sleep or you can do those things which will build your business.

I know it may sound like an obvious thing to say, but the cure for all your ills is to simply do what you need to do and do those things which will build your business.

How To Start

First, understand that you are where you are because of decisions you have made.

Please understand. This is not my way of saying your current temporary state of failure is your fault. You may have made bad decisions based on bad information. Ceasing to make bad decisions on bad information is job one, okay? Deciding to get good information so you can make good decisions is job one right this minute. You cannot take good effective steps until you have good effective information. Resolve, right now, that you are going to get good information.

Now, once you have made this decision, act on it. Here are a set of books you should read.

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.

Actually, now that I think about it. Just start with that book. It will not even cost you any money. Here is the link to download a FREE copy in PDF form.

You will need to download Adobe Acrobat in order to open it. You can get Adobe Acrobat here. Don’t forget to uncheck install Google Chrome and install Google Toolbar unless you want them.

Once you have done that, come back here and we will get your further down the road. Do I have confidence that I can help you get further down the road? I do, I surely do. I have failed in the past in agonizing ways and to heart wrenching total loss extents.

I know very intimately what it is to fail. You need to learn from my mistakes. My training comes from fellows who have built multiple six and seven figure incomes online and from home.

Things You Do Not Want To Do

  1. Develop a television addiction.
  2. Sleep too long.
  3. Spend too much time with friends of low ambition or bad character.
  4. Allow drug or alcohol addictions to numb you to the pain or severity of your situation.

Avoid Addiction to Television

Do not allow yourself to get addicted to more than one television series.

My friend, I love certain television series. They include

  • The Walking Dead
  • Supernatural
  • Breaking Bad
  • The Sara Conner Chronicles
  • Beauty and the Beast on the CW
  • Serenity
  • The Flash

How many is that? Let’s see… That is seven(7) shows.

That is seven hours of time, time that can never be regained.

What is the value of seven hours a week invested in your business? It is incalculable.

Make your money first. Better yet, make your residual income first, then you can watch TV series whenever you feel like it.

Sleep Is Needed For Health, Energy and Strength, Not Escape

Sleep is needed, for sure, but if you cannot sleep well because of your situation, get up! Do something!

If you can’t sleep, then get up and do something instead of lying there worrying. It’s the worry that gets you, not the lack of sleep. ~Dale Carnegie

Friendships

They say you will become like your five closest friends. If your five closest friends are all the same boat, you might want to try to inspire them to run with you towards success rather than doing the same old thing you all have been doing.

If they are not game, you need to develop some friendships with folks who can help you succeed. I am not saying abandon your friends. I am saying improve your associations so you can prosper in life and perhaps help you old friends do the same.

Drugs and Alcohol

If you allow drugs and alcohol to blunt the pain of your situation too much, you will dampen the fire of the fears that can be turned into energy and motivation to do the things needed for success.

In Conclusion

Whatever needs to be learned, learn it now. The point of this blog is to teach you thing things I have learned from my mentors and from my mistakes, mistakes you don’t need to repeat in order to learn.

Whatever needs to be done, do it now. Do it now so that you can profit sooner rather than later and that horrible, burning stone in your gut that prevents you from real sleep can be extinguished and disposed of.

Best Regards,

TimSingleton

 

 

 

 

Tim Singleton

This post was written to help those who are wanting to work from home, be a work at home mom or a work at home dad, and those who want a better life but somehow find themselves constantly in the same place of failure. I believe together we can change your results.

Email me if you want to talk. I will respond with my cell phone number. I am up usually until midnight Central time.

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My Favorite 5 Books – Fiction

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Important Books To Read

How does one choose? There are lots of books to read and picking the top five for me would be a hard task indeed. I love to read and in point of fact cannot fathom the mind that does not read.

Kanye West reportedly said he was a proud non-reader of books. He did not like to read and would not read. Well, okay, I reckon that is one life choice. For me? I am a bibliophile of the first order.

My great disappointment in my younger life was the knowledge that working as a clerk in a book store would not pay the bills. The work was awesome and I loved the environment. Sadly, you cannot feed yourself very well on minimum wage.

Again, how do you choose? How do you choose five(5)? I really don’t think I can, not without whittling it down a bit.

You see you can pick top five novels. For me that would be, in no particular order:

  1. IT, by Stephen King
  2. The Stand, by Stephen King
  3. Freckles, by Gene Stratton-Porter
  4. The Santaroga Barrier, by Frank Herbert
  5. The Wolf and the Dove, by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss

I almost included George Orwell’s 1984 but in my mind that would be filed under prophecy and economic literary docudrama books.

IT, by Stephen King

ITWhy IT? Because my childhood, like Ben Hanscomb’s, was filled with bullies and a heart wrenching crush on a girl I would never dare to talk to, too much anyway. I remember walking into my 4th grade class at A.H. Watwood and there she sat. She glowed, she shined, if a 4th grader could die from a vision on that day I was in mortal peril. When I read Freckles guess who was the Limberlost Angel? You got it, her name was…

Anyways, getting back to IT, when I was in the lower grades, before I shot up, my grandmother had to buy me what were called ‘husky’ size pants. Yes, I was a bit heavy.

When I read about Ben’s crush on Beverly, I immediately identified with the kid. Also, the idea of a bunch of innocents taking on some devil spider that was the embodiment of one of what I guess was one of the old god’s of Chaos kept my eyes bolted to the pages.

Childhood is often filled with well defined terrors. I like the way Stephen King defined it. Childhood is filled with well-defined terrors and passionate, inflamed dreams and loves that give way to the grinding reality of adulthood, where the fears are diffuse and heavy and completely unable to be appropriately grappled with and stabbed to death like St. George killing the dragon.

Yeah, there was a lot of paraphrasing there, but I am reasonable sure Stephen King would be at least to some degree okay with it.

If I told you how many times I have read IT you would be certain I would be in dire need of drug therapy for a horrible case of OCD. I don’t know but what you would be right in that assessment, but that is the way I read. If I love a book I tend to want to read it repeatedly. I suppose I have read it more than 20 times over the years and I no doubt will read it again when I retire.

The Stand, by Stephen King

TheStandA world ravaged by a super influenza strain that wipes out 95% of humanity and leaves the 5% trying to survive while the forces of good and evil make them pawns in a game of life and death.

A loner from Arnette, Texas named Stu Redman winds up more or less in charge of a group of good folks who have been called by God to stand as His proxies in a battle against evil, controlled by a devil prince called Flagg.

You know, I hate to admit it, but I think I liked the book because it was about a world that was emptied out. Naturally, I would be one of the survivors and so it was just a given that I would consider the consequences of no government left, anywhere, and that you could do as you liked as long as you exercised some human decency.

Of course, there is that little inconvenient truth of 95% of the people dying would completely and forever suck.

Freckles

FrecklesThis book by Gene Stratton-Porter is classed as a children’s classic. For me, it is a good read about the good guy coming out on top. Besides, I read the book not too long after I found out my biological father abandoned me and my mom shortly before my birth.

Never giving up, never backing down, always being there putting it all on the line for those who have faith in you, this is what Freckles is all about.

The Santaroga Barrier

TheSantarogaBarrierWe are all asleep, wrapped in a cocoon of advertising, prescription drugs and political lies that keep us with our faces firmly under the boot of those who think themselves superior to us by birth and education.

Again, calling on George Orwell’s 1984 I am reminded of something that was said towards the end of the book:

What does the future look like in our Utopia? Imagine a human face, looking up in abject misery. Now imagine a big cleated boot, driving that face into the dirt.

This book was really remarkable because it showed what people could be like, if they wished. Or if, as in the case of this story, they had the right pharmaceutical to help them free their consciousness.

While I am ambivalent about that, Frank Herbert does a good job of leading you into the world where what the Santarogans are doing to their children and to outsiders who come and pass the test of whether they are awake is perfectly acceptable and honorable.

It may be time for me to read this one again.

The Wolf and The Dove

thewolfandthedoveThis was a straight up heaving bosom and bare chested hero along with the dusky hued bad guy, but it was a great read.

I don’t currently have it in my library and frankly, I may never make the effort to re-acquire it but it was a great read. It made an impression because I have never forgotten it. Every time someone brings up the issue of what books did or do you love the most, The Wolf and The Done is on the short list.

Other Books

Want some ideas? The BBC’s Big Read is a good place to start. Go through the list; you might be surprised at how many you have already read.

Best Regards,

Tim and MJ

 

 

 

Tim Singleton

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Benefits of Baroque and Classical Music

Baroque Music Make You Smarter

Baroque music makes you smarter, healthier, more mentally well-adjusted and athletic. How’s that for a laundry list of good things to be had?

Baroque music is said to have a positive effect on the brain in terms of learning and retaining information. Whether that is actually true or not, I can attest to the idea that I get more work done when listening to Baroque.

Something about alpha wave stimulation increases one’s retention while relieving stress from your brain. The other thing that just occurred to me was whether it worked because it works or if it works because I believe it works.

Just be aware that there are folks out there who strongly disagree with the idea that Baroque or Classical music can improve your mental function. While they are certainly entitle to have and to hold their opinion on the matter, I take the position that it helps me. If you want to see if it will help you, then trying it out is in order.

Some of you young folks who feel classical is not cool, or boring or whatever need to remember that Baroque was the rock music of its era.  Try it out for yourself and see if you receive any of the benefits listed here.

Effects of Baroque and Classical Music

The story is that Baroque and Classical music in general can:

  1. Lift your spirits and improve your outlook
  2. Relieve anxiety and lower stress levels
  3. Helps relieve Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
  4. Boosts your creativity because the music helps you see things in different ways.
  5. It can help you raise your test scores.
  6. Study for school.
  7. Improves performance in general.

Knowledge, Understanding, Wisdom, Correct and Clear Thinking.

Senbonzakura – Lindsey Stirling – Baroque or Classical?

Is this Baroque music? I honestly don’t know, but it sounds like it to my ear.  Violin music, especially that which seems to have Irish influence, appeals to my ear and calms me down at the same time it inspires me to action.

Baroque and Classical Music’s Effects on Health

Some of the positive effects of this type of music include

  • Blood pressure reduction
  • Stroke recovery
  • Post partum symptom relief
  • Reduces feelings of fatigue
  • Alleviates depression
  • Improves athletic performance

Blood pressure can be lowered in many cases by listening to 30 minutes of Baroque or Classical music.  In addition to general recover in the stroke patient’s ability to function,  fine-grained neuroanatomical modifications have been shown to be present after a time in the brain.

This is worth quoting and referencing for folks with epilepsy affecting their families:

Anti-seizure effect: The latest 2014 study revealed that listening to Mozart K 448 (Sonata for Two Pianos in D major) reduced the seizure recurrence and epileptiform discharges in children epilepsy. The antiepileptic effect of Mozart’s sonata has been earlier demonstrated by Taiwanese scientists.1

Truthfully, when I started researching for this post I was not expecting the range of positive effects to be so broad. It makes you smarter, healthier and more athletic.

The litany of benefits is so long as to be astonishing to me, even today, when I had long thought I knew the benefits to be had. I am even more inclined now to make sure my future kids get a good daily dose of Baroque and Classical music.

Benefits To the Home Based Business Owner

Whether you are a member of the growing community of work at home moms, work at home dads, or the other folks who have made the transition from the cubicle to the kitchen, maximizing your energy levels and recuperative capabilities is critical.  These musical styles can help.

The aid in migraine headaches, energy levels and recuperation from stress levels are things to which I can personally attest. It simply works wonders for me.

Best Regards,

TimSingleton

 

 

 

Tim Singleton
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