Income Producing Activities – IPA Activities That Make You Productive In Your Business


Are you focusing on activities that make you money? Or you just being “busy”, versus being productive?


Most people if they are not careful, they can be running in 50 different directions like a chicken with it's head cut off. If you're trying to build a home business, the picture isn’t really clear as to how you should go about producing income.Inside this video, I will go in exact detail on how you should be focusing on your business!


It's your turn!


Are you doing the IPA's required for your business?  What are your thoughts on this video? I would love to hear them!


To your Success,

Nate Leung

Red arrowDid you get value from this blog post? If so, I would greatly appreciate it if you commented below and shared via Social Media.

Click Here to Comment On This Post!

Nate Leung

Nate Leung

CEO & Founder - Automated Profit Method
Hi, I'm Nate! I am the CEO and Founder of, and Automated Profit Method, Author of "Virtual Entrepreneur: Live Free With the Business of Your Dreams". I help ambitious online entrepreneurs build wildly successful businesses that they are most passionate about. Step by step I show you how to package up your passion, knowledge, and expertise, by working with your dream clients and implement systems so you can get paid what you’re worth and do what you love doing without hustling and grinding 24/7. With the right strategies and systems in place, you can earn the income you know you deserve and have the kind of life you have always dreamed about. Ready for your business to support the kind of life you want to have? Contact Nate here.
Nate Leung
Nate Leung

Add a Comment

One Response to “Income Producing Activities – IPA Activities That Make You Productive In Your Business”

  1. Ryan


    You nailed it! I agree…You need to have daily activities everyday that give you the chance to make money that same day or as soon as possible. Many people get caught up in the wrong parts of their business that should be given only a small amount of attention. Thanks Nate!