Sunday, August 5, 2012

USD1Million Marketing Tool


I came across a unique marketing tool that uses a fake USD 1 Million dollar notes as flyers or name cards.

I got these images many years ago from a website of a company that would print them for you with the marketing slogan of your choice or even made them blank so that you could use your own printer to print them yourself. 

At that time, the printing company would print and ship them out to you at 50 cents a piece and they'd only take minimum orders of 250 pieces. 

So, what I did was I took the 2 images I got from their website and erase the words out so that I get the picture below. 

Than I use Microsoft word to paste 4 of the images on one page, and type the words that I wanted on the back of the fake notes and used a good color laserjet printer to print them on an A4 sized paper on the front and on the back.

You can do the same for yourself with the pictures that I have provided here.


Alief Hamdani

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

The Pipeline Story


Here is an interesting story called The Pipeline Story.

Do you want to know how to build your own Pipeline?

Contact me soon: 

- A!

Sunday, March 4, 2012

20 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Every Sunday

Sometimes, we need to reflect in order for us to know whether we are moving closer to our goals.

It is what a pilot of a ship would do as he steers his ship towards his objective.

Reflections is like the pilot looking at his compass and make small changes or 'trims' so that he does not go off course.

Here is a list of 20 questions that everyone interested in personal development should ask oneself every Sunday so that he knows that he is moving towards his goals and not away from it and does some trimmings in order to steer his energies and focus towards his outcome.

20 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Every Sunday
At the cusp of new beginnings many of us take time to reflect on our lives by looking back over the past and ahead into the future.  We ponder the successes, failures and standout events that are slowly scripting our life’s story.  This process of self reflection helps maintain a conscious awareness of where we’ve been and where we intend to go.  It is pertinent to the organization and preservation of our dreams, goals and desires.
If you would like to maximize the benefits of self reflection, I have 20 questions for you.  These questions should be reviewed every Sunday morning or sometime during the weekend when you have some quiet time to think.  Remember, reflection is the key to progression.
1.       What did I learn last week? – If you have trouble answering this question, it’s time for a change.  It doesn’t matter how old you are, you should learn something new every week.

2.       What was my greatest accomplishment over the past week? – Reflecting on your accomplishments is a healthy way to raise self confidence and contentment.  It’s also an effective way to track your progress.

3.       Which moment from last week was the most memorable and why? – It may open up your mind to new passions and goals, or simple pastimes worth revisiting.

4.      What’s the #1 thing I need to accomplish this week? – Everything else is secondary, and should be treated as such.  Nevertheless, this question will also shine light on other noteworthy tasks.

5.       What can I do right now to make the week less stressful? – Set reminders in your calendar, get your laundry done, fill the car with gas… organize yourself.

6.       What have I struggled with in the past that might also affect the upcoming week? – The idea here is to learn from your struggles and better equip yourself for future encounters.

7.       What was last week’s biggest time sink? – Steer clear of this in the future.  Setup physical barriers against distractions if you have to.

8.       Am I carrying any excess baggage into the week that can be dropped? – Physical clutter, mental clutter… eliminate the unnecessary so the necessary may shine bright.

9.       What have I been avoiding that needs to get done? – Pencil in a time to get these things done.  For any 2-minute or less tasks, consider scheduling them first thing Monday morning.

10.   What opportunities are still on the table? – If it’s still available and you want it, make a concrete plan to go after it this week.

11.    Is there anyone I’ve been meaning to talk to? – Regular communication can solve problems before they fester.  Always keep an open line of communication to those around you.

12.   Is there anyone that deserves a big ‘Thank You’? – Take time each week to thank the people who have helped you.  Your kind gesture will not go unnoticed.

13.   How can I help someone else this coming week? – The easiest way to get what you want is to help others get what they want.  If you help them, they will remember you when you need help.

14.   What are my top 3 goals for the next 3 years? – You’ll never make any progress in life if you don’t setup realistic goals for yourself.

15.   Have any of my recent actions moved me closer to my goals? – If the answer is no, something needs to change.

16.   What’s the next step for each goal? – Knowing the next step is the key to accomplishing the whole.

17.   What am I looking forward to during the upcoming week? – The answer can act as a great source of motivation.  If nothing exists, schedule something to look forward to.

18.   What are my fears? – Consciously address your fears each week and slowly work on resolving them.  It’s all about taking baby steps.

19.   What am I most grateful for? – It’s a smart way to keep things in perspective, and something you should never lose sight of.

20.  If I knew I only had one week to live, who would I spend my time with? – Another helpful reminder… Life is short.  Spend more time with the people you care about.

Take 30 minutes every Sunday and give yourself the gift of self reflection.  It has worked wonders for me, and I am confident it will do the same for you.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

SGD3,070.00 per Month.

Dear Readers,

I found out that I seem to update my Facebook more than I update my Blog.

So, go to my Facebook: for near daily updates.

This blog will still record my Journal of Earning Consistent 4 Figure Income per Month from the Internet.

I found out this year that the average income of Singaporeans is $3,070.00 per month or $36,840.00 per year.

It appears that I am earning below this; thus I am a below average earner.

By, God! May I find "hidaya" that it is not the money that I earn that will sustain me; but Allah (swt).

I once heard that Allah does not care if a man is rich or poor in material wealth but He raise the man's status because of his knowledge and his "eeman".

May Allah shows us The Guidance to the Way.


Saturday, January 7, 2012

Stupid vs Blessed

Will you look at that! One whole year of not posting anything on my Blog!

Well, 1 year and 6 days... But who is REALLY counting, eh?

Actually, it was my goal of 2011 of not posting anything on my Blog. Just to see if I could do it.

I guess that it is possible. Ha ha ha...

Funny that if it was a goal like this, I can do it; but if it was a goal of making a five figure income doing something I love, I bet I'd fail!

Imagine that I set a goal that is like this one - not posting anything on the Internet - and it is to earn five figure income every month for the rest of my life, wouldn't that be peachy, eh?

I tested something out this morning as I performed some prayers and I told myself that this is a stupid life, over and over again, and that I was feeling stupid, breathing in the stupid air, listening to the stupid noise of the MRT, etc etc... Basically saying to myself that everything that I am experiencing is stupid, therefore, I am having a stupid life.

Then, I switched the word stupid with blessed, and something something strange started to happen.

I started feeling blessed.

I was beaming!

A smile developed on my face.

Everything looked clear as if a fog has been lifted.

Is this THE secret?

THen one thing leads to another and then I remembered the story of The Blessed Tree.

It is on my Facebook( and Please go there to read more about it.

Ironically, the pictures that I posted on Facebook is a tree that if full of green leaves. The video on YouTube with the imminent Islamic Scholars and Thinkers shows a tree with just a few leaves.

I wonder if this means something?

This tree out in the middle of a God forsaken desert symbolizes a witness to the existence of The Seal of The Prophets.

That this tree once took over the task of the cloud that was providing shade to someone of great importance.

That this tree once feared is now reveared and God let it lived until this day to provide a witness to His Grace and Mercy.

May we, ourselves, be like this tree: Responsible, Resilient, Rare.

Welcome, 2012! I await the date, December 12th!

May God have mercy on our souls!

- A's!