Hi there guys,

I’m experiencing something very strange right now…

I’m doing the same exact thing as I’ve been doing for the past few years professionally… that is, marketing stuff online and teaching others to do the same.

Basic stuff. The good stuff. Profitable stuff. Etc.

But now the difference is…

The course I’m launching this week feels oddly satisfying, and I haven’t even started yet!

The only major difference is, this time I’m doing it in my native Finnish language, for fellow Finns everywhere.

Suomen lippu

The difference is staggering, and frankly I couldn’t see it coming.

It felt different preparing the materials. It felt different to do the copy for it. EVERYTHING felt different.

In a good way, somehow.

And I think the different is something to do with the native tongue. How it’s structured in our consciousness.

Now, I’ve been speaking English since kindergarten (yes, literally). But I sucked in Finnish in mother’s milk (yes, again literally 🙂 )

There’s a definite air of satisfaction all around this project, so I think I’ll definitely follow the feeling and fill Finland with more books and products and whatnot.

Seriously, it’s well overdue. About time someone did something to educate us Finns about how to do stuff online effectively – so it might as well be me!

I may lead an international life of mystery 😉 But that shouldn’t make me forget my deepest roots…

So here goes – to the magnificent country I love and owe so much to:


PS. If you happen to know anyone who’d like to attend, there’s a referral fee in it for you. Check the page for details. Kiitos!

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  • February 20, 2008

    More power to the people of Funland!

    Yksikseskös itkeskelet, itsekseskös yskiskelet?



  • February 20, 2008

    Hahahah! Exactamondo….

    Where DO you find these things, I still don’t know…


  • February 21, 2008

    Dear Ad Min,

    That would be the same as telling my kids
    the truth about Santa.


    Saatana Suoro

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