How To Sell More On Amazon!

Amazon can be an enormous market place and chance for each affiliates and sellers to earn dollars. Of course if you are thinking about just how to offer more about Amazon and therefore are seriously searching for chances, utilize these four hints and you’re going to observe a radical advancement.

In case you are a Joint Venture Partner:

Hint no1): Attempt and sell what’s attempting to sell on Amazon. In the event you execute a Google search for “Amazon top seller list”, then you are going to discover a connection near the cover of the web page which may reveal to you a set of probably the absolute most widely used and best-selling goods on Amazon in an existing moment. Whatever you need to do is make websites and blogs and market all these sexy products. This really is fairly straightforward. Even though most Amazon commissions are not so substantial, target to boosting highpriced items to get a far better commission or even when there are no, attempting to sell more economical services and products will not accumulate to major dollars amazon selling tips blog.

If you are a seller:

Hint no1): This idea is all but indistinguishable to this affiliate hint previously, however, pertains to sellers and certainly will yield more earnings. Determine which goods are attempting to sell on amazon working with the aforementioned trick, acquire those objects wholesale, and also put them up for sale. When there’s just a favorite DVD or publication available on Amazon, you certainly can certainly do an internet lookup on Google to get “ebook identify wholesale” in order to find lots of distributors attempting to sell lots of the exact same novels to get a lower price tag. Here is the way many high sellers that earn an income doing businesses and this sell on Amazon.

Hint no2: Cost your things less compared to contest. In the event you promote Amazon, notably hot objects, you probably’ll be competing from other sellers at a bidding war, and also usually the person who deals their item/s significantly less will likely arrive high to the listing and also be far beneficial to promote. So so as to win against the very best seller, you’ve got to cost your item/s significantly less. However, just how much do you go until you get too modest? The reply will be inch Penny. Contrary to popular belief, inch cent less may create 9 from 10 persons start looking over your thing longer. What sounds more economical? £299.99 £300.00? I believe most of us understand the reply!

Hint no3: Utilize an automobile re-pricing instrument. In the event you create it enormous onto Amazon and also start off to market 10, then fifty or even more goods at an identical period, you are going to get it is extremely difficult to keep an eye on each and every merchandise and that bidding significantly less than you personally or even longer. In-fact think of any of it for one 2nd: Picture you might have 10 goods getting recorded on Amazon and you also can’t keep tabs on most 10. The moment you buy inch thing, you can strike the following thing that you posted has out bid with somebody else, so that because you correct there, the next individual outbids just another merchandise.

The further you must sell to Amazon, the far more challenging it gets. What exactly is the option? An auto-repricing instrument that ostensibly an application program which accumulates each one your goods and mechanically takes less every and every time somebody attempts to out bid you.

Here is a good illustration: You’ve 100 goods getting recorded on Amazon. The automobile re-pricing tool may simply take your high opponents cost and bid less-than him to seem bigger on the listing (you may fix how less you would like to buy to become costly) therefore even when a brand new competitor looks, your car reprice instrument will correct it has price always leaving each of the worries of frequent tracking futile!

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The Behavioral Characteristics of an Adult Child

Immune to distance, geography, language, and culture, adult children, who have been raised in dysfunctional, alcoholic, and/or abusive homes, uncannily share fourteen behavioral characteristics stitched together by fear and adopted because of the brain’s rewiring in order to foster the perception of increased safety.

Collectively referred to as “the laundry list,” a term designated by an adult child after Tony A., cofounder of the Adult Children of Alcoholics fellowship, read them at the first meeting held in New York in 1978, “… it describes the thinking and personality of an adult reared in a dysfunctional family,” according to the “Adult Children of Alcoholics” textbook (World Service Organization, 2006, p. 3).

“As children, we were affected in body, mind, and spirit by alcoholism or other family dysfunction,” it also states (p. xxvi). “Our bodies stored the trauma, neglect, and rejection in the form of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The mind developed the laundry list traits or the false self to survive. The inner child, the true connection to our Higher Power, went into hiding.”

What is perhaps even more important than the traits themselves is how and why they facilitate a person’s perception of safety.

The first, “We became isolated and afraid of people and authority figures,” arises because the adult child unknowingly believes that those he interacts with later in life wear the displaced faces of his or her parental abusers, especially if the person possesses similar physical or personality traits and holds a higher, more powerful position, relegating him to the lesser, weaker, or disadvantaged “victim” stance. It was, after all, his very parent who transcended the boundaries he never knew he had until they were crossed, betrayed his trust, subjected him to a hopelessly uneven power play, and infracted or abused him.

Introduced to such a dynamic at a most likely early age, he fully expects similar detrimental interactions with those he encounters later in life and from whom, because they neither know him nor owe him very much, he anticipates even less consideration and regard than his parent gave him. Indeed, children brought up in such homes do not question if others will harm them. Instead, they ask when they will harm them. Of this, they are sure.

The second characteristic, “We became approval seekers and lost our own identity in the process,” emanates from the hole in the adult child’s soul, or the one dug when his parents failed to fill it with developmentally nurturing praise, support, confidence, acknowledgment, validation, and love. The very need for approval implies the existence of a fundamental flaw and its pursuit tries to restore value, replace a praise deficit, and prove that he has, like others, the right to feel equal to them.

So accustomed to the emptiness he felt when his parent failed to nurture him is he, that he neither feels he deserves nor can he accept and internalize such validation even if it is offered, reducing him to a mirror off of which it immediately bounces.

Having been continually subjected to harm and abuse during his upbringing when the person’s parent became agitated and unstable, and failing to understand what his actions-or, indeed, his lack of them-did to cause the potentially traumatizing interactions he was subjected to, the adult child remains mostly helpless to the dynamics of the third trait, which states “We are frightened by angry people and any personal criticism.”

Emotionally regressed to an age which may have been the equivalent of his tender two (years or even months), he once again becomes powerless and primed to endure what his brain signals will be a repeat of a diminishing, demoralizing, or altogether dangerous parental interplay.

So adept can adult children become at detecting the characteristics that others share with them, that they have adopted a sixth sense when it comes to identifying them, even if they are in a room with 25 or more people and they have not even met them. This is embodied by the fourth trait, which states, “We either became alcoholics or marry them or both or find another compulsive personality, such as a workaholic, to fulfill our sick abandonment needs.”

Although these traits are mostly unknown by those who experienced stable, secure, nurturing, and loving upbringings, they are considered “normal” to adult children. In effect, they are all he knows. While others would consider relationships or marriages with unrecovered people challenging, if not altogether impossible, obstacle courses, adult children had first hand experiences with them during their upbringings and have unknowingly amassed tolerances and tactics beyond the comprehension of others.

Indeed, without sufficient understanding and corrective recovery, interactions with these people may be considered nothing out of the ordinary, since their home-of-origins were venues in which they survived, not thrived. Noted author John Bradshaw wrote, “When you don’t know your history, you’re doomed to repeat it.”

Some of these dynamics are integral to the fifth characteristic-namely, “We live life from the viewpoint of victims and we are attracted by that weakness in our love and friendship relationships.”

Although there may appear to be two concepts in this trait-that is, the first concerning victimization and the second about the attraction to those reduced to such a role-they actually constitute two, but opposing sides of the same seesaw.

On the one, or the victim side, the person sits on the lower end and has been cultivated by his infracting, authority figure-representing parent, while on the other, he is poised on the higher level, drawn to those over whom he subconsciously believes he can exert a certain amount of influence or power, thereby reducing the thick wall of distrust that otherwise impedes relationships. The difference between the two sides is the difference between controlling or being controlled.

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What Causes an Adult Child’s Need for Isolation?

Connecting with others-or at least attempting to do so-after emerging from a dysfunctional, alcoholic, and/or abusive upbringing that subtly taught you to distrust and maintain what you considered a “safe distance” was sometimes the equivalent of grabbing a live wire. That may at least have explained the explosively electrocuting sensation that was generated in your brain when you tried to do so. The reach, because of traumatic replay, did not achieve the anticipated comfort, but instead an emotional crumble, transforming you into an adult child.

“When children have been injured by alcoholism and cannot find relief from their pain,” according to the “Adult Children of Alcoholics” textbook (World Service Organization, 2006, p. 357), “they are forced to deny their reality and to withdraw into isolation. The experience of being powerless to control the events that damage us as children leaves us with a deep feeling of alienation, not only from others, but from our own openness and vulnerability.”

Isolating is one of the numerous dichotomies associated with the disease of dysfunction: it is painful to be alone, but it can be even more painful to be in close proximity to others when you do not entirely trust them and they inadvertently generate feelings that may progress from uneasiness to anxiety to out-and-out fear, initially causing you to ward them off and finally forcing you to leave to turn them off.

One of the strategies employed to avoid those feelings is attaining a significant degree of independence. The more you know and can autonomously do, the less you need to rely on others, thus avoiding potentially unpleasant interactions.

Despite what may be perceived as admired capabilities of those in high, leadership and management positions, for example, may actually be deficits resulting from the skills honed and knowledge amassed so that such people are able to reduce their reliance on others.

“Many of us exposed our facades of self-sufficiency for what it was,” again according to the “Adult Children of Alcoholics” textbook (p. 219): “a camouflaged isolation in which we were terrified of asking for help. We were hiding in plain sight from ourselves and others.”

So self-reliant and distrusting of others can a person become, in fact, that if a lightning bolt-like pain struck his heart, he may elect to take his chances for survival with it than risk the danger of reaching out to someone to help him out of it.

In certain ways an adult child was created by the fact that he could not seek aid from those who should most have rendered it-his parents. Ironically, they were the primary reasons he needed it in the first place. Why then, he assumed, would those in the outside world, who neither knew him nor particularly owed him anything, serve as substitute parents and supply the help his real ones were obviously not able to give?

Indeed, he may well believe that they would only deliver additional damage over and above that which sparked the need for that help. His definition of “parent” quickly became different from those who emerged from safe and loving childhoods.

“(We may) have spent a great amount of time avoiding others,” according to the “Adult Children of Alcoholics” textbook (p. 342). “We have isolated and run from ourselves and from life. We always took time to isolate.”

Isolation, which cannot be restricted to the traditional realm of the word’s definition, is not dependent upon the number of people currently in your circle, but the number with whom you can connect. Because of the negative circumstances associated with your upbringing, that may constitute a low to zero figure. You could, for example, stand in Time Square on New Year’s Eve, awaiting the annual descent of the lighted obelisk; yet theoretically feel as if you were alone. Isolation therefore results from a lack of an emotional and spiritual link, not necessarily a physical one.

Attachment disorders were bred by your unstable and sometimes detrimental upbringing. It was your parents who pulled the plug on you, despite all your attempts to have inserted yours into them. Indeed, every time you tried to do so, you most likely found their sockets empty and rejecting. Even if they did not meet you with danger, they certainly did with abandonment, leaving you to conclude that you were an unwanted burden who was not important or valuable enough to whom to devote their time and attention.

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Your Mind Simulates External Reality

Your mind simulates external reality even if external reality isn’t in and of itself a simulation. Even if you are convinced that your external reality is THE reality, you’d be wrong. So why is your version of reality any more real or accurate than that of any other species? You may think you know reality but from the point of view of every other species your reality is NOT their reality. Anyone who doubts that should read the famous philosophical essay “What is it like to be a bat?” (In “The Philosophical Review”, October 1974) by American philosopher Thomas Nagel. Other species aside, and by the way their version of external reality isn’t any more correct than yours is, why is your reality (and their reality) still a simulated reality?

Watching the monitor on your desktop PC / tablet / smart-phone, or a show on your TV, or a movie on the silver screen, you are viewing a simulation. Even in a real-time live-action event, say a news broadcast or a sporting contest, you’re not actually seeing the real reality or the real people up-close-and-personal, just a simulation composed of electrically-generated images.

Alas, even up-close-and-personal reality is also a simulation. You’ve only ever experienced a simulation. That’s because each and every thing you have ever experienced has been experienced inside your mind even though the actual reality, the stimulus, was outside of your mind. So your mental experience is once, twice, thrice removed from the actual stimulus. You have to have absolute faith that the translations from external reality to internal reality is totally accurate, yet you know that isn’t always the case (advanced age, drugs, injury, disease) and in fact can’t be the case since your mind differs from every other mind that has been, is, or ever will be. No two minds and associated brain chemistries are ever 100% identical, therefore your reality is actually quite unique to you and you alone.

Let’s imagine a woman, let’s call her Jane. She’s been married to Clive for say 40 or so years. Jane obviously believes that she has experienced Clive, warts and all. Wrong! Jane has never seen or heard or touched or smelled or even tasted Clive. Take sight. Jane has never seen Clive, only the photons* that have reflected off of Clive. In fact Jane hasn’t even directly seen and experienced the photons since they cease to have impact once reaching the optic nerve. The translation continues now via electrical impulses.

Ultimately everything Jane has ever seen, heard, touched, smelled or tasted has only been in the form of an electrical impulse(s) that has travelled from Jane’s external surface or her internals via her sensory apparatus (eyes, ears, etc.) to her brain where those impulses are somehow via some sort of electro-chemical wizardry perceived as being something Jane identifies as, for example, Clive. Jane has seen (reality once removed) photons reflecting off of Clive that have entered her eye and (reality now twice removed) converted into electrical impulses which the brain (reality thrice removed) processes resulting in an image, sound or other experience that resides 100% inside, and only inside of Jane’s brain. What is perceived inside Jane’s brain is only a simulation of Jane’s external reality, part of which is Clive. By a similar form of reasoning, Jane has never ever seen the true really real version of her own self! As an aside, this might imply that distance or depth is really an illusion**.

Jane never experiences Clive directly, only indirectly. If Clive can only be perceived indirectly (reality several times removed), then maybe there is no Clive since Jane cannot prove even to herself that Clive really exists and thus Clive might be a total figment of Jane’s mind and imagination.

One other point needs noting here. If your brain accepted and processed all of the experiences you could be experiencing, you’d go nuts (that’s a medical term)! You are bombarded with way more stimuli than your brain can cope with. The brain has to filter out most of what it’s bombarded with, probably by eliminating much of the duplication. So for example, if one billion light photons reflect off of my cat and enter my eye every second, then my brain might process only one thousands of those photons, but that’s enough for me to ‘see’ my cat. At least I hope that’s what’s happening otherwise there might be aspects to my visual cat that I’ve never experienced.

It does seem a sort of paradox by the way that we ‘see’ what the brain / mind perceives after all of those photons, electrical impulses and electro-chemical wizardry have done their thing, even though the mind / brain is in total pitch-black inky darkness.

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The Top Three Goals of Spiritual Recovery

Numerous lights await the person who endured a dysfunctional or abusive upbringing, yet bores through the tunnel of recovery to reach them.

Powerless, devoid of understanding, and justifying his parent’s detrimental treatment of him because of his own alleged deficiencies, he reacted in ways that ensured his survival, causing his brain to rewire itself into survival tactic pathways so that he could negotiate an adult world he erroneously believed was the equivalent of his home-of-origin one.

Unable to function in such a debilitated state for long, however, but not entirely understanding his personal restrictions and fears, he may seek help and answers in a spiritual twelve-step program, enabling him to progressively regain what his upbringing forced him to lose, such as trust, a reconnection with positive, genuine feelings to enhance his life experiences, a re-established link with a Higher Power of his understanding, and, finally, a reknit with the rest of humanity, so that he no longer perceives himself to be on the outside, looking in.

Three aspects, all of which are interconnected, can be considered the goals of such a program.

The first of these is the determination of a person’s own interests, abilities, strengths, talents, and aspirations in life.

“By moving beyond survival,” according to the Adult Children of Alcoholics textbook (World Service Organization, 2006, p. 429), “we realize that lost dreams or wishes can re-emerge. The return of dreams is a signal that we are continuing our separation-from-family work. We learned… that we had internalized many aspects of our parents’ thinking and behaving. We had no real identity or dreams separate from them. Even if we had moved far away, our parents and their dysfunction still lived inside us.”

Indeed, adopting his parents’ own derailed life plan can be considered an example of a parent-child boundary loss, but his motivation for doing so may have been an effort to please them and a last-ditch attempt to attain their love.

The second goal is to become his own autonomous person beyond the boundary-poor projections, which caused him to subconsciously adopt his parent’s image of him by means of their distorted mirrors.

“Often one or more (family) members are dysfunctional in some capacity so other members take on their roles,” according to Dr. Charles L. Whitfield in his book, Healing the Child Within (Health Communications, 1987, p. 48). “Everyone learns to mind everyone else’s business one way or another. What results is a group of family members who are enmeshed, fused, or have invaded or even overtaken one another’s boundaries.”

“These enmeshed or fused relationships are generally unhealthy, closed, rigid, and tend to discourage the fulfillment of one another’s needs and rights,” he continued (p. 49). “They tend not to support the mental, emotional, and spiritual growth of each person. Little or no ebb and flow of closeness and distance is allowed.”

One of the major manifestations of a dysfunctional, alcoholic, and/or abusive upbringing is codependence, which can be defined as “a disease of lost selfhood.”

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How To Have Positive And Interesting Dreams

In 1988 I had many positive dreams. I also had many dreams with predictions that became true into practice in my daily life. I was very impressed with dream interpretation based on Carl Jung’s method. I started writing a scientific book in February of this year in order to prove to the world that his method of dream interpretation is the right one for many reasons.

However in 1989 I discovered the existence of the anti-conscience and I had to deal with its absurdity.

Fortunately, I was very young and strong.

I had many interesting dreams with information about many things that I didn’t consider important, but had an important symbolic meaning. The symbolic meaning is the hidden meaning behind the apparent one, somehow similar to the meaning of a poem. This meaning gives you real information about your reality and the future.

I saw the depth of my ignorance. There were more than too many important things that I ignored.

When I changed my personality and I became a balanced person I verified that I was very lucky because God made me eliminate my dangerous anti-conscience.

I had to suffer, but who doesn’t suffer in life?

There are so many sad examples everywhere. People suffer for many reasons.

My positive dreams were showing me that I could become an extraordinary person. My suffering transformed me into a calm and sensitive person. Before this process of transformation I was aggressive, cruel, and impatient. I had to change.

You probably have to change too, since you have an anti-conscience like everyone else. You are not an exception, even if you believe that you are a good person.

You will have many interesting dreams that will help you become more intelligent, in combination with your life experiences. This is one of the most important aspects in your dreams. They are about your daily life. They are about your psychological system and what you have to do. Your life and your dreams are connected.

So, you don’t only have lessons that help you understand your psychological problems, you make predictions and you see the things that appeared in your dreams happening in your daily life, while you understand why they are happening this way, and many other truths that you cannot imagine now.

Your dreams give you practical lessons about what is happening in your daily life. The information you have in your dreams helps you become more intelligent and sensitive. It also helps you understand how the world works, and what determines the future development of your reality.

You understand the various reasons existent behind every main reason for the formation of a certain problem. This means that you have access to a higher level of consciousness. You stop thinking based on the narrow-minded concepts of your historical time.

At this point, you stop having nightmares. You have warnings when someone else has bad intentions, and not because of your own behavior. You have dreams that help you understand how to prepare the future you desire.

They are positive because they give you interesting lessons, but many times the knowledge you will acquire is sad because you are in a cruel world. For example, your dreams will help you stop being naïve and believing in unreal things.

You will see how mature you will become thanks to the information you will have in dream messages.

You will stop believing in lies and you will stop being manipulated by the commercial world. You will see the bad side of everything, which is hidden behind the apparent reality. This knowledge is not pleasant, but it is better to know the truth. This way you will avoid having many deceptions in life.

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