Would you ever consider eating a big thick juicy steak if you knew it came from a fat bloated decaying dead cow?
Well friends, that's exactly what you and I are being served every day on Internet.
Fat, stinky, bloated dead cow business opportunities (scams) that reek of foul smelling lies, exaggeration and destructive hype!
Anyone that has gone online searching for home-based business ideas knows unmistakable odor.
It's becoming more and more repulsive all time and it's pervasive on Internet. You see it everywhere.
"Make a million by Monday!"
"Five figure income guaranteed working only 2 hours a week"
"$25,000 a month from dining table with no previous experience"
"Get your own virtual money printing machine that never sleeps"
"I went from homeless shelter to Beverly Hills in three weeks!"
"The secret recipe I stumbled upon that shot $569,327.42 into my checking account last month alone!"
G-I-V-E M-E A B-R-E-A-K !!
You know what I am talking about. You've seen all come-ons for money making products, MLMs, wealth building courses and seminars, automatic pilot home businesses, super affiliate programs, etc. that supposedly anyone can start and profit wildly from immediately.
Good copywriters make these dead cows look so enticing.
I know . . . over past seven years I've purchased more than my share of seemingly exciting work-at-home systems and products only to recognize them for what they are later as stench became more obvious when promised wealth didn't materialize.
I hope you already know what I have come to learn, hard way. Internet biz-opp hype is relentless.
It's based on a very destructive lie that's being spread all over web. It's destructive because if you believe it, you will positively destroy your dreams, your ambition, and your drive to become successful at Internet business.
Here is THE BIG INTERNET LIE boiled down to its bare bones ugliness:
"Anyone can become wealthy on Internet, quickly and with little effort, by simply purchasing a product or system and following what you are told to do." You’ve heard it many times, haven’t you?
That's lie. Don't you believe it.
Over, and over, and over again you will see ads, and ebooks, and web sites, and banners proclaiming ease of quick and certain Internet wealth just waiting for anyone willing to buy it (as in, "purchase our product - it's all you need!").
This lie is sucking life and spirit out of aspiring and hopeful business creators right and left.
The lie is emptying wallets and purses and wasting months, even years, of time and effort from lives of hard working folks around globe.
For your sake: Don't listen to or believe anyone, regardless of claims, that tells you Internet business is easy, always profitable (because of a particular product or system), or that suggests wealth is just around corner for anyone and everyone that "purchases before midnight tonight."
How can anyone make such ridiculous claims? They lie! It's an ugly truth - but let's call it exactly what it is. It's a big fat lie!
No one can guarantee, or even truthfully suggest, that someone they don't know will become wealthy following a system, or buying a product, or joining an affiliate program.
The Internet landscape is littered with these business opportunity carcasses, bloated dead cows that never had a chance to come to life in first place.
Understand me here: there have been very rare and astute individuals that have found a business niche online that has given them wealth, extreme wealth by most standards; but these cases are exceptions!
These special folks have been pioneers; they have sacrificed, struggled, and endured to learn what works for them. The chance of John or Jane Doe quickly accomplishing what these talented people have done is about same as you or I winning lottery.
Why do all these dead and decaying business opportunities fail for vast majority of all of us? They are models destined to fail from Day One.
·They are designed to make money for their creator, first and foremost. He makes his money on every new customer that he sells his system to. But if you fail to make money, it's never system. It's your fault. He doesn't care about you.
·They don't take into account owner's knowledge, skills, or experience. You are trying to sell something in which you have no real interest, background, experience or passion.
·They are based on a replicated cookie cutter product that forces a "one size fits all" model on each owner.
·The market for product or service, if there ever was one, quickly becomes saturated. Product owners claim otherwise saying there are always new interested consumers coming online that will buy a product. That's pure baloney.