Overcoming Fear and Anxiety The George Costanza Lifehack

George Costanza

Sometimes it pays to take a break and regroup. So you can go forward in life, sometimes it actually pays to completely make a Life change or LifeHack which is where this originaly came from.

It has been said, and I firmly believe this, If you always do what you did?

You’ll always get what you got!

Despite what you may think, there are lifehacks to be learned from the television show Seinfeld. Take for example the episode “The Opposite”- George Costanza decides that every decision that he has ever made has been wrong, and that his life is the exact opposite of what it should be. George decides to do the opposite of everything he has done before, and great things begin to happen to him:

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Frank Kern_Lazy Ultra Underachiever or Genious Internet Marketer

Lead In: I’ve been chatting on and off with Jason for a while since he re-lauched his
EasyVideoSales.com site. Since then I have been on a masters of marketing kick.
Studying the greats. And I’m having great success modeling the Under, or should I say
Over-UnderAchievers in the IM world.

I’m an Email marketer, for Goldbar.net. “who have disclaimed anything I ever say in public ;-)

You may not know this but, I have a reach as deep into the hudreds of thousands.
Not to mention our Affiliates and JV Partners. So I really have to be on point when we
send something out. Its also the reason why this blog has such an unrefined design.

Jason may be one of the wakiest nuts in the bunch, but in his
own light Jason is also one of the most ingenious marketers today.

And I give him great honor and respect for that.

And so, I wanted to share an article I found, that he wrote sometime back.

Its just good stuff.
So, without further ado, I give you Jason “Profit” Moffatt;


Frank Kern and Ed Dale have coined the term “Underachiever” very
effectively during the last year. What is a Underachiever many ask?

This can be best described by saying this: “A Underachiever is one
who does the least amount of work, yet reaps the most amount of
benefits for that lack of work”.

It doesn’t get any better then that, don’t you agree? However,
nobody is fooled into thinking that the Underachiever method
allows you to push 2 or 3 buttons and head off to the local
Saloon while the email you sent out is making you millions.

I’ll admit, the Underachiever process does take a bit of work.
But the second you compare it to slaving away on a construction
site, it seems like effortless child’s play.

Frank Kern has definitely taken Underachieving to a whole new
level. His approach to niche marketing has been aped by too
many to mention in the internet marketing community, and
wisely so. This Underachiever process really works. People
would not be jocking his style so hard if it were not effective.

Good old Frank “Superbad” Kern has taught me a insanely valuable
lesson in the last few days. That lesson has been about
prioritizing my time. Read more

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