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Day 16: Jonathan Cronstedt Blogging Challenge

Cronstedt and Twain help you lead a purposeful life

We are now past the two-week mark of the Empower Network Blogging Challenge and I don’t know about you, but I am now even more psyched about the possibilities that can result from daily blogging than I was when we started.

That’s why I’m so jazzed to share with you a great quote by the incomparable author and consummate thinker Mark Twain, who said, “The two most important days in your life are the day you were born and the day you find out why.” This is just one of the quotes that make me tick. You can hear more about these quotes and habits from my YouTube video at http://youtu.be/kfwTpblxkuQ.

I hope you’re living your own purpose every day. If not, it’s like an itch you can’t scratch; it will bug you constantly and prevent you from living the exciting life that you’re meant to live. If you’re not living your purpose, you will find yourself unhappily making compromises.

Steve Jobs used to say, “Always remain curious.” Well, Jonathan Cronstedt says, “Don’t stop searching.” Discovering your purpose is a magical occurrence that gives meaning to your journey.

I am fortunate enough to be surrounded by my “why” every day. Additionally, I get to help people, through my work with Empower Network, who are looking to lead more engaged lives. My goal is to help others never accept the status quo. Part of that is helping you to be the best affiliate marketer possible, providing you the tools and tips you need to live that reality.

One other piece of advice I will share is the importance of blogging every day, and I encourage you to make use of Kalatu, designed for the home-based business professional. Get a $7-for-7-days trial including beta access to the Kalatu blog here: https://www.empowernetwork.com/kickstart-cart-special/beach

I hope the Mark Twain quote has the same profound effect on you as it did on me. What are some of the quotes you use to keep yourself going?

Best,

Jonathan Cronstedt

 

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