Thanks for dropping by and checking out one of my little corners of the internet. For the past 20 years I’ve enjoyed running internet business projects from various locations around the world. My favourite location is always close to family & friends wherever that may be.
This blog is dedicated to helping you start an online business so you can work from home and enjoy the many benefits it brings. I’m yet to find anything that beats rolling out of bed, taking a walk, a play with the kids in the park and then settling into helping solve some problems for the day.
Before you go spending crazy bucks on courses, coaches and all other manner of cool & fancy things, I highly recommend that you take my free online eCourse, “How To Start An Online Business”. This fun training program will help you get crystal clear about what it is you want to achieve, and importantly not waste valuable time & money on stuff you may not even need!
Okay, if you’re interested here’s my “official” bio…
James Brown has emerged onto the scene as one of the ultimate marketing and business strategy guru’s. A graduate and former lecturer of the Australian College of Natural Medicine and College of Traditional Healing Arts, specializing in the arts of Traditional Chinese Medicine. James has spent the better part of 20 years helping individuals find better personal and financial health.
James became familiar with Jay Abraham’s philosophy of “how to maximize results with minimum effort” during a seminar of Jay’s in 1994. James notes that it was this seminar that became his stepping stone for his own ventures in the world of internet and business marketing.
In 1997 James took the ultimate plunge and started a home-based business in the bedroom of his small apartment. Since then he’s traveled, lived & worked on various kitchen & coffee tables around the world.
During that time James has consulted in many varied industries & companies. He loves helping business owners & entrepreneurs to maximize their profits with all their online endeavors.
For the past 13 years he’s called Japan his home base with his family. When he’s not at his laptop you’ll find him sampling local sake or relaxing in a secret onsen (“hitou”).