Here’s a picture of my vision board. For those who don’t know, a vision board is a collage of ideas and goals you have set out for yourself to accomplish in the near future. I got inspired quite some time ago after reading a post about vision boards on Justin Goff’s blog.
As I am a very materialistic guy (I really can care less about the environment, I just want to ride the biggest car possible), you see all kind of grownup toys that I am determined to buy in 2010. Just have a look at the BMW GT5, isn’t she adorable? My goal is to make at least $15,000 net profit half way through May, owning a vacation home on Mallorca is definitely a dream, and I want to be traveling up and forth to New York for shopping, eating out and making life less boring.
OK, to be honest, I don’t like the idea of owning an Infinity FX anymore. I would rather own a Audi Q7, or at least an Audi Q5. Rest me to update my vision board and making things happen!
Last week, I finally started working with the guys from Stickyeyes. Stickyeyes is a leading SEO agency from the UK with a multi million dollar yearly turnover and loads of experience in the online gaming industry. I’ve met Lee and Paul at their booth at the Budapest Affiliate Conference, past September, where I had a free consultation of 30 minutes for Max Poker Bonus based on what they call a SEO surgery report. I applied for this free consultation ahead to see if I could learn something from it.
The free consultation exceeded all my expectations. They really did their homework well, and because of that (yes I know, that’s of course the whole idea behind it), they’re now hired to do SEO to take Poker For Free to the next level.
As I’m sick of the permanent struggle, I’ve set a goal to become a super affiliate withing 5 months. Of course I have a really nice income, in fact I doubt that any of my former school peers make even half of what I do, but after years of consistently working 60+ hours per week, it’s time for a change! And I promised Kurt.
Anyway, I won’t disclose all the details of the deal, but I will post about the progress frequently.
I won my last game Hattrick game of the season with 5 – 3, hence I promoted to the 6th division! It was a crazy game (dang that match engine). First I trailed by 2, but managed to get back before half time, leading 3-2. The second half was all for me and I won the game fairly easy.
Because of this win, I finished the season in 2nd position, but with exact the same amount of points as #1. Unfortunately, he had better stats and finished 1st because of that. Two of my players ended being top scorers, both with 15 goals, resulting in two extra prizes of $10.000.
If you play Hattrick, feel free to challenge me for a friendly match any time. My team ID is 1004624.
While installing WordPress for my personal business and life blog, I’m watching the live match engine in Hattrick. Hattrick is an online football manager game which I’ve been playing since 2006. Tonight is the last game of the season, and all I need is a tie to promote to the next level. It looks like ages since I’ve been in level 7, and am really looking forward to go up and play in a new competition, on a higher level. As we speak, I’m 3-2 ahead and the game has just started again after the half time break.
This is exactly what it’s all about though, my blog. All the things that keep me busy. First and foremost comes my family; my girlfriend Lydia, and our two boys, Mauro and Dante. Then comes my business. I’m a true workaholic and consider online marketing to be my greatest hobby. Then comes the mere rest; basketball, poker, traveling the world, and anything else that I feel writing about.
To be honest, I have been debating about the idea to start a blog for more than a year. Will I have the time to write, and isn’t my blog yet another one? Only time will tell, but I can say that at least I’m very excited!