Improve Your Life With Productivity Courses From Top Online Entrepreneurs

by Silicon Valley Blogger on 2011-06-207

Update: This offer is not available at this time, but new courses may be presented in the future.

I’ve been following a business that a fellow financial blogger is running, called Only72 and I’ve signed up to be one of their partners. That financial blogger is the fellow behind, Adam Baker, whom I had the pleasure to meet not long ago. He has partnered with Karl Gajda, the owner of Ridiculously Their business has a pretty interesting concept — they hold very short term sales of product packages that are offered by many known names in different online niches. The “72” in Only72 stands for the length of availability of the product set they are selling, which happens to be a mere 72 hours. These sales don’t occur very often (they must take some effort to coordinate) — maybe a couple of times a year — but they cover quite a lot of product and material.

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What you’ll get during each sale: Best-selling products by the most popular names in a particular niche. You’ll get them at a 90% discount from their regular prices. You’ll also get them as a downloadable collection.

Current Sale: Productivity Courses From Top Online Entrepreneurs

Personal Loans, Investment, Lending The good news is that there’s a sale slated to run from June 20, 2011 at 12 PM EST through June 23, 2011 at 12 PM EST. This particular event will offer 23 Top Personal Development Products which altogether comes up to a retail price of $1,087, but will now be available for just $97.

You can order through the link below and review particulars of the sale:

Check out for productivity courses from top online entrepreneurs, selling for only $97.

Here are the details of what you’ll be able to download once you place your order:

1. Reclaim Your Dreams by Jonathan Mead ($47)
2. Momentum Kickstarter Kit by Charlie Gilkey ($47)
3. Learn More, Study Less by Scott Young ($67)
4. Focus by Leo Babauta ($35)
5. 52 Weeks to Awesome by Pace & Kyeli ($52)
6. The Language Hacking Guide by Benny Lewis ($67)
7. Rebel Fitness Guide by Steve Kamb ($37)
8. 5 Ingredients | 10 Minutes by Jules Clancy ($77)
9. Fear-Crushing Travel Guide by Farnoosh Brock ($57)
10. Overcoming the Fear of Uncertainty by Sean Ogle ($47)
11. Make Sh*t Happen by Jenny Blake ($47)
12. Sex, Love, Liberation by Ev’Yan Nasman ($47)
13. A Daring Adventure collection by Tim Brownson ($47)
14. The Creativity Toolbox by Ali Luke & Thursday Bram ($47)
15. Brilliantly Better Collection by Dragos Roua ($43)
16. The Less Work, More Harmony Relationship Guide by Cara Stein ($47)
17. Cheap Family Fun by Kim & Jason ($52)
18. How to Become an Advanced Early Riser by Steve Aitchison ($37)
19. Discover Package by Barrie Davenport ($59)
20. Sell Your Crap by Adam Baker ($47)
21. The Art of Relaxed Productivity + The Power of Positivity by Henrik Edberg ($44)
22. Mind Control Method: How to Get What You Want by Karol Gajda ($47)

One last thing, $5 per sale will be donated directly towards a worthwhile cause: research on kidney disease. For more information on the folks behind Only72, check out Adam’s site at Man Vs Debt and Karl’s site at Ridiculously Extraordinary.

Past Offers By Focus on Business Courses

On December 1, 2010, Only72 offered a fantastic package from well known entrepreneurs in the business niche. Here’s a description of how that went.

This epic sale was a great success, with close to 2,000 people choosing to make a purchase. The sale was geared towards entrepreneurs and small business owners, particularly those with an online bent. Customers received the package called 23 Business Courses From 23 Successful Entrepreneurs, which, as a whole, normally cost $1,052, but was made available for $97. Here was what was sold during that first event:

1. Unconventional Guide to Working For Yourself by Chris Guillebeau ($79)
2. The Essential Motivation Handbook by Leo Babauta & Eric Hamm ($15) (PDF)
3. True Strengths + The Metrics of Ease by Danielle LaPorte ($20)
4. Upsell 101 by Naomi Dunford & Dave Navarro ($77)
5. Websites That Sell Webinar by Laura Roeder ($47)
6. Guest Posting Guide by Chris Garrett ($17)
7. 3-Day Money by David Risley ($47)
8. Email Triage + 2011 Premium Planners by Charlie Gilkey ($32)
9. Location Independent Lifestyle Guide by Lea Woodward ($37)
10. Zero to Business by Johnny B. Truant
11. Write for the Web + Beyond Bricks and Mortar by James Chartrand ($54)
12. Reclaim Your Dreams by Jonathan Mead ($47)
13. How to Live Anywhere by Karol Gajda ($97)
14. Minimalist Business by Everett Bogue ($47)
15. Affiliate Marketing for Beginners by Corbett Barr ($77)
16. Beyond Blogging by Nathan Hangen ($47)
17. Smalltopia by Tammy Strobel ($27)
18. Guest Post Secrets by Erica Douglass ($77)
19. How to Network Fast by Jade Craven ($44)
20. Networking Awesomely by Colin Wright ($20)
21. Article Marketing Traffic Booster by Henri Junttila ($47)

As you can see, these are helpful resources that can teach us about entrepreneurship on the web!

Created December 1, 2010. Updated June 20, 2011. Copyright © 2011 The Digerati Life. All Rights Reserved.

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Consumermiser December 2, 2010 at 12:28 pm

Hmmm. 23 Business Courses that normally costs $1,052, and now it’s at a discount for $97??? That’s 92% discount! It makes me wonder if it was really worth $1,052 to begin with?

Silicon Valley Blogger December 2, 2010 at 4:04 pm

Good question! 🙂 The value is something that is set by demand/supply factors I would believe. The online business niche works to publish and develop their own products and I’m sure they figure out the optimal pricing for their products. It just depends on the audience.

But that’s a good point to make. If the sale is long term then you are right, it’s probably not a true discount.

Kosmo @ The Soap Boxers June 20, 2011 at 2:20 pm

Could also mean that a lot of people would have a serious interest in 5-8 of the courses (different courses based on the person), meaning that it’s $12-$18 for each of those course, with $0 value for the others.

Baker’s an interesting case study in blogging success. He and I got started at about the same time, and I was among his first wave of followers. In fact, I wrote a fiction story about his fight against debt that you can find on his site. (Yeah, it’s a slightly weird story, of course).

Silicon Valley Blogger June 20, 2011 at 3:18 pm

Leave it up to you to come up with something really cool and quirky like a fictional story on someone’s fight against debt ;-D . I still have that guest post on the Digerati story you came up with a while back and will have to put it on the site sometime (I’m trying to figure out where it will be best placed and appreciated)! Thanks for the comment, man!

On the topic of courses, I am the type who likes to check these things out as they are a great way to “pick the brains” of others. Self-help and business books are some of my favorite picks when I hole up at book stores and libraries (along with crime, mystery and science).

Stepehen Jack June 22, 2011 at 1:23 am

I think that course number 15 (business set) will be in high demand. I spend one to two hours daily on forums and there are many people who visit these forums to learn affiliate marketing. Most of the people who are facing financial problems or people who want to become rich are in the affiliate marketing business and are always looking for the secret to make huge sales.

Kosmo @ The Soap Boxers June 22, 2011 at 5:36 am

“Leave it up to you to come up with something really cool and quirky like a fictional story on someone’s fight against debt ;-D”

If there’s one thing you can expect from me, it’s the unexpected 🙂

Bowen Agency June 23, 2011 at 9:02 pm

I love how they priced these products plus the fact that they will be sharing $5 for charity. Buying these means learning and helping. 🙂

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