Answering Emails (Part 3)
I get emails often from people interested in learning more about some of the great opportunities to making money online. It’s funny, I almost feel like I’m sharing the gospel of online businesses because so many people don’t know what real potential there is to making a substantial amount of money online.
Sadly, most people who come to me with questions are asking because they have been derailed in the past by other opportunities, or rather, scams. I’m not one to throw that word around, because I believe there are a lot of very good and legitimate opportunities out there. However, one gets scammed when they come across a sponsor who’s one interest is milking money out of people. In fact, people aren’t people to them, they’re “marks”. If they can’t get money out of you, they’ll move on to someone else.
I don’t operate that way.
What’s important when it comes to building an online business is in the follow-up, that is, making sure you keep up with your followers to make sure they’re doing well and seeing results! If they’re not or they’re stuck, do whatever you can to help them out – even if it doesn’t benefit your wallet!
That’s where I throw in the “scam” word: People get burned by bad sponsors and thus, naturally assume any online opportunity works the same way – by breeding money hungry and horrible leaders.
I don’t know why I went on that mini-rant there, but I feel it needed to be said to set the stage for this next installment in my “Answering Emails” video series. No, neither of them have been burned by a bad sponsor… In fact, I believe they’re totally new to online marketing. I suppose I brought up the whole bad sponsor thing because of recent conversations I’ve had with others who have had little to no help from their sponsors… and that really bunches my shorts!
Anyway, that’s a discussion for another day, for now, let’s get to the emails!
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What To Take From This Video…
Many fall prey to the traditional “real job” model, where you get paid for the time you put in somewhere. You punch a clock or you log your hours and at the end of the week, you get compensation for it.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not anti-job. The 9-5 certainly has its place and can most assuredly be a blessing. If all you gotta do is be somewhere and get paid for some tasks, then you can look forward to a [small & limited] but steady stream of money that will help you with the bills.
The downside to the 9-5 “real job” model is, you’re extremely limited on how much you can make. In exchange for time, you agree to accept a certain level of pay and the only way you can get higher pay is by devoting more time and spending at least 6-12 months at that establishment before you can get a raise of a few nickels.
That’s my problem right there.
I don’t like limitations. I don’t like someone telling me what the most money I can make would be. I like being in charge of my own will and destiny and I like saying, “I’ve made $1,000 in ONE day!” How many people can say that?
Anyway, if there’s anything you can take from this video, understand that you most certainly can be successful online, and truth be told, it’s really NOT that hard… At least, no harder than any other job you may have.
The only difference is you don’t get paid on the time you put in…. You get paid on the results of how much action you take.
So what’s stopping you?
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