I Don't Want To Read Anything! I Don't Need Information - I Just Want To Make Money

Written by Hal Archer

I Don't Want To Read Anything! I Don't Need Information - I Just Want To Make Money!

Does this sound familiar to you? It does to me. Unfortunately, there seems to be an attitude of - "Just give merepparttar stuff to make money with. I don't need to know all that stuff about building an opt-in list. Creating my own product etc. Forget all that crap, just let me start making money."

OK, so I give you a web site, a product and a killer sales letter -- and you fail.

Now, you say it wasn't your fault. The web site, product and sales letter wasn't any good. If they would have been any good, you wouldn't have failed. Right?

It doesn't matter that you didn't know anything aboutrepparttar 117483 product I gave you. You didn't care, you just wanted to sell it and pocketrepparttar 117484 money.

It doesn't matter that you didn't know what market should be targeted.

It doesn't matter that you didn't have an opt-in list.

It didn't matter that you didn't try to learn about marketing a product.

No, none of this mattered.

The Internet is at fault. You can't make money onrepparttar 117485 Internet.

Don't pay any attention torepparttar 117486 fact that several Internet marketers became wealthy because of Internet marketing before they were 30.

No, none of that matters.

You Need A Miracle? Build One, Everyday!

Written by Richard Vegas

Henry Ford, after he had achieved great success, wasrepparttar subject of much public criticism. Many people thought that he was very lucky, some thought he was a genius, some thought he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, some thought that powerful friends and influential people wererepparttar 117482 "secret" of his great success. Why some people even thought he was so mean, that once he found out there would not be any chocolate in heaven, he would decide not to go.

It's probably true some of these things were involved. Exceptrepparttar 117483 last one. But, there was something more about Henry Ford that only very few close friends and family knew. And, those few people didn't speak much about it because it was so embarrassing.

You want to know what it is? I thought you did. Read on. Henry Ford had a dream to build a gasoline engine with 8 cylinders in one block. His engineers told him it was impossible. He told them, build it anyway. They said, no way. He said, find a way.

After a full yearrepparttar 117484 engineers still had not developedrepparttar 117485 V-8 engine. Ford told them, I want it, and I'll have it…..Build it. Think about that.. A year. Some of us feel we just swamrepparttar 117486 English Channel if we spend fifteen minutes learning how to build a website. And then we walk around letting everyone know not to treat us any differently than they wouldrepparttar 117487 king. Yeah, right, you're hind……..ous!

Well, everyone knows what happened. The engine was built and became a very successful motor for Henry Ford. He had a goal and determination. Nothing was going to stop him; not even twelve months of all his engineers telling him it couldn't be done.


If you use it? If you have a simple goal and plan to get there you will achieve it. Some people have a goal and plan for awhile and when they encounter a setback, they lose faith in it.. They start out right, but some "bad" break comes and they start acting like they're a travel agent for guilt trips.

Don't let your attitude turn you into a has-been. If you allow set-backs to dampen your spirit it can cause you to put forth only half-hearted and very weak efforts in future endeavors. You just won't have that fire to try with a can-do attitude.

Learn or Burn!!

Some people just seem to have this Henry Ford type of mind-set allrepparttar 117488 time. Other people start off with a burst and then fizzle. The vast majority of people have never really learned what this kind of mind-set can do for them. Can it be learned? You bet!! It can be learned just like any other skill.

OH………It hurts so good!!

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