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Good Things Come To Those Who… WORK

People recognize that in order to become a doctor, they need to attend medical school, show up for class, study, pass the exams and graduate. Those who drop out along the way, don’t call medical school a scam…

They recognize that they failed to put in the work required to achieve their goal.

It’s the same no matter what you are pursuing…

For example… You’re not going to achieve your desired weight loss goals by simply joining a gym. You need to actually show up, work out, learn about your body, gain an education in healthy eating, find your balance and develop a lifestyle that you can maintain consistently.

…There’s no magic shake, pill or diet plan… It’s a life commitment to yourself to get in shape and be your most healthy self.

You have to invest in yourself and your education and take action BEFORE you get the desired results. I think in most areas of life, people generally understand this.

Yet, for some reason when it comes to starting a business, especially in the internet marketing arena, the majority of people have it completely backwards…

They expect to get great results before they invest in their education, before they have a real clue as to what they are doing… and they literally sabotage their own success.

In internet marketing it’s all too common for someone to make statements like…

“I’ll give this a shot for 3 months, and if I see success, I’ll invest in more training.”

or… “I’ll give it try and see if it works, and if it does… I’m going to really go for it.”

Now, how would that sound coming from med student just starting their studies? Pretty ridiculous right?

There’s a term that we’re all familiar with… “Put some skin in the game.”

Those that are successful at anything do exactly that.

They understand that their “ODDS” of success are actually 100% as long as they just do what those getting the results they want are doing.

Why would you ever expect to get any results if you’re just “dipping your toe”, or “testing it out”?

Show me one single successful person doing that?

So… those that know me, know that I tell it like is. Here’s what you can expect when you first get started in internet marketing:

You will be required to learn new skills.

In the beginning you will suck at it (we all do).

You’ll get it wrong more than you get it right.

You’ll face challenges and get extremely frustrated at times.

You’ll feel like quitting at times in the beginning.

Most people will never understand what it is that you do, yet they will try to discourage you.

The thing is… there’s nothing here that is even remotely as difficult as continuing to live an unfulfilled life, working for someone else, and always having to make your life decisions based on whether or not you have enough money.

The real truth is that creating a large income online is incredibly simple for those that can get their mindset right and stop focusing on the fast money and putting an expiration on their efforts.

It’s not about the money, it’s about creating the lifestyle that you really want… and that requires a journey.

If you’re reading this and it strikes a nerve with you… perhaps you’re ready to start your journey?

My journey took me from losing my income and facing bankruptcy, to an internet lifestyle in about 8 months.

What I’m doing is very simple and can be very part time once you get good at just a couple very simple skills.

If you’ll watch the below free video and take it seriously (as if it’s a class you paid for), your journey can start today.

Check it out here – Watch this Video and Take Action!

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  • Spot on, Jon!

    I see it all the time online.

    People advertise “done-for-you” systems, “no recruiting necessary” ads…

    In the end, they’re all doing the exact same thing as what they’re saying that doesn’t need to be done to succeed.

    It takes work and perseverance to get where we are in our lives and businesses.

    “Everyone is self-made, but only the successful will admit it” – Earl Nightingale

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