Daniel Levis

Archive for August, 2011

Story of a True American Hero …

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

I usually don’t watch the news. I don’t have to. When I see my gold shares shooting for the moon I know that calamity is ripping through the financial markets… …And a whole new wave of economic paranoia is setting in, causing the timid to pull in their horns and batten down the hatches. Just […]

How Do You Like to Consume Information?

Friday, August 12th, 2011

Earlier this week in one of my mastermind groups the discussion turned to the different ways of delivering information products. Since I’m finalizing the availability of a new course myself over the next couple of weeks I’m particularly interested in the subject right now. And I was hoping I could call on your opinion. Please […]

The Consumer’s Silent Plea …

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Let’s face it. People just don’t need what you’re selling. Who really needs another personal communication device? … Satellite radio? … Bluetooth? … Bottled water from the mountains of Fiji? … A fourth car? Or yet another e-book on how to “manifest” the perfect life? Don’t need ’em. They’ve already got it ALL – out […]