I don't know about you, but I'm sick of the “hustle culture”.
Don't get me wrong. I'm all for taking charge of your destiny, working hard to achieve your dreams, and putting in some elbow grease when needed.
But the “hustle culture” is ridiculous with its endless victim-blaming. Basically, whenever you fail with any of their mostly hare-brained schemes to make a quick buck online, it’s your fault, according to them.
“You didn’t take action!”
“You should’ve 10x’d your efforts, bro!”
“What did you expect, you got a whole 8 hours of sleep every night instead of working on your business!”
You know what’s even more ridiculous?
Most of them know you’ve been set up to fail.
It’s the worst best-kept-secret in the whole industry.
The truth is if you’re starting out from scratch - and even if you’re reasonably experienced - it’s not possible for you to set up a successful money-getting system online in a week or even a month, period.
It’s like… even if you are reasonably skilled at throwing the ball around, you have no business playing quarterback in an NFL game.
Hustle or not, you’re going to get crushed.
It’s no coincidence that I pick the super-competitive world of professional football as an example. Online money-getting these days is pretty much just as competitive.
So what do you do instead?
Up until this point, there was very little you could do.
One option was you just power through. You master one skill after another, until ultimately, you succeed… often, years later.
Another… well, you just give up.
But now, there’s a third option - all neatly explained in this short video here.
It’s by someone very much like you - not from some slick internet marketer who makes their living selling courses to you. This person makes money online doing exactly what they teach.
And it’s a claim those “hustlers” will never be able to match.
Because they’re ridiculous and they just don’t get it.
You don’t need to spend every waking hour working on something to succeed… if you do the smart play outlined here:
If you want to build a successful business online, you probably shouldn’t listen to people who have made millions online. At the very least, you need to be very careful about their advice.
Very few exceptions. We’ll get to that.
Most of the people who are already successful might even have your best interests at heart. Call me naive, but I believe people are inherently good and want to help each other out. If it also coincides with their self-interest, even better.
The problem, however, is that, for the most part, people who are already successful are far removed from the struggles you are experiencing in your journey.
They don’t need to get something going in the next few weeks or they’re gonna starve.
They don’t need to focus on getting their first sale, getting the first lead on their list, and things like that.
They, for the most part, don’t remember what it’s like to start completely from scratch, with no connections, no list, and not a whole ton of money to play with.
Which is why I’m always more interested in how someone made their first sale. Their first 3 sales. Or their first 10 sales.
Like this lady:
The best part is that while she has only made a handful sales so far online...
She did it in a surprisingly short amount of time - it took her just weeks to go from no list and no industry connections to making $1,000+ sales
She smartly outsourced the hard parts of the system (and not to just anybody with a Fiverr or Upwork account, but to people who routinely sell millions of dollars worth of products in affiliate promotions) - and she did it at a price that will make your head spin
Most importantly, she did it with future scalability in mind - meaning, the next time she decides she wants to make some money, she won’t have to start from scratch!
Here’s the twist.
In order to be able to do that, she did take advice from people who have already made 8 figures online. Which kind of goes against what I said at the beginning.
So what gives, you might ask?
It’s not the advice that she benefited from the most. Yes, it was valuable, and the people who worked with her were among the ones who totally get what it’s like to start over (having themselves done it in the past).
It’s the fact that they did most of the work for her… just like they will for you.
All the details are here:
If you’re truly ready to build a profitable online business, first, you need to let go of a few myths about what it takes to succeed.
Once you accept these for what they are - myths that bear no relation to reality - you’re going to be able to make decisions easier and faster. You’re going to be able to put your effort in where it matters. And most importantly, you’re going to be able to let go of the pressure… which, more often than not means you’re going to succeed faster than you thought possible.
#1 - Luck has nothing to do with success
FALSE. Sometimes the ball bounces your way and sometimes it doesn’t. For example, there’s this heart warming story of a couple who met because one of them dialled the wrong number, they started to talk, talked for hours, exchanged letters, became pen pals (yeah, it was like in the 60s), met in real life, and lived happily ever after.
So luck has a lot to do with success. As online opportunities go, I think you’re at the right place at the right time broadly speaking… meaning, this is the perfect moment for you to build an online business because of what’s happening in the world…
And in a more narrow sense, you’re at the right place at the right time because you’re reading this email and I have something for you at the end of it that I think is going to change your life.
#2 - The harder you work, the more successful you are
FALSE. Hard work has very little to do with success.
Let’s look at the following example. Let’s say your job is to sweep floors. Wouldn’t you agree that sweeping the floors harder for longer will produce only marginally better results as far as your financial well-being goes?
What do you do instead?
Most people would say that you leverage your skills. Like, find a bunch of other people to sweep the floors for you. Not a bad idea… but it assumes that you have the skill necessary to run a business, market your service, all that.
There’s another approach.
You leverage the skill of others.
Have people who already are successful do the work for you. And I’ll get to how you do that at the end of this email.
#3 - You can do anything you put your mind to
FALSE. I mean, you probably can, but will you be successful at doing it?
Some people aren’t cut out to be professional athletes. Others aren’t cut out to run businesses. Others aren’t very great at math. And so on.
It’s like, if you’re not 6 foot 5 and athletically gifted, you’re probably not going to play on an NBA team, doesn't matter if you put your mind to it or not.
And as for building an online business.. There’s good news and bad news.
Bad news: if you’re not cut out to build and run a business online, you won’t stand a chance on your own. There’s simply too much skill involved… and some luck, too.
Good news: I have something for you that will let you shortcut the most important part of the online money-getting process… and you won’t have to worry about any of the stuff I talked about in this email.
However, don’t take too long - this is going away soon. You’ll see why once you watch the short video.