Monday, 9 December 2013

Lesson #3 - The Easy Way To Find Money

I'm not much of a fan of working hard. I'll do it, but only if I
don't have a choice. That being said, I find myself working
surprisingly hard trying to find the easiest ways to do things
and that's the reason I put this report together.

To save you some of the time and effort I've put into working
hard to be lazy and still make money online.

What I've found is that even though you may know at least as
much as some of your biggest competitors about making money, the
reason you may not bank the kind of sales figures they do has a
lot to do with a massive amount of leverage.

Leverage is when you can put the efforts of 100's or even
1,000's of other people behind you so they can help push you
forward to do things you couldn't do on your own.

Think about it.

When was the last time you got an email from a "guru" about his
latest product and didn't get at least ten other messages from
that "guru's" affiliates telling you about the exact same

Am I telling you to create your own product and start an
affiliate program?


That's too much work.

What I want you to understand is that many of your more
successful competitors understand something that guides most of
the actions they take in business.

What's that?

Why work hard by yourself when you can get other people to work
hard for you as well?

How does that mindset apply to you?


You should never do anything online that doesn't multiply your
efforts on a project even after you stop putting any of your
time and energy into it. Your time is limited to 24 hours in a
day but 100's of people can put thousands of combined hours into
promoting you.

The basic idea...

If someone is running full speed at you, is it easier to stand
your ground and try to stop them when they run into you or get
behind them and push them forward?

Since they're already moving forward, it only makes sense that
you'd have an easier and less painful time pushing them in the
direction they're already headed in.


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