Your Website Could Be Making Money With Empowerism

By , February 17, 2018 2:51 am

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Empowerism is one of the newest buzz words involved with internet marketing and to some it offers another piece of the confusion in working from a home based business in marketing online. There are also companies out there that offer training courses to help you not only understand empowerism, but also how to use it to your advantage in making money with empowerism.

Empowerism is another piece of the multi level marketing puzzle, which helps companies give the members of t…

Empowerism is one of the newest buzz words involved with internet marketing and to some it offers another piece of the confusion in working from a home based business in marketing online. There are also companies out there that offer training courses to help you not only understand empowerism, but also how to use it to your advantage in making money with empowerism.

Empowerism is another piece of the multi level marketing puzzle, which helps companies give the members of their downline, the power to control their own business. Referred to as downline members, they are essentially distributors of a product or service working under the direction of the person who recruited them into the multi level marketing position. Many companies have developed self-replicating web sites that, when instructed to do so, will automatically develop a new website for the newest member of a person’s downline.

This then empowers that new distributor, or sales associate, to recruit additional members and build their own downline from which to reap the financial rewards of their sales commissions. By using empowerism the line can continue to be recreated and duplicated to ensure that every offering is exactly the same regardless of whose name is on it, what web site sponsors it or which distributor promotes it.

Seemingly it will take time to fully understand the effects of empowerism, but once to proverbial light bulb comes on, you will then be able to share your knowledge with others, earning a percentage of their educational fee for offering your knowledge. Much the same way you earn their enrollment fee for joining your multi level marketing plan. This typically small fee is to help offset the costs of establishing the web site for the new person and supplying the training they need to become successful.

Time was, when the owner of a business wanted to spend more time spending all the money he was making, he would empower his management staff to make all the critical day-to-day business decisions and with that extra responsibility they were rewarded for their success. They had to operate the business on guidelines developed and mandated by the owner to be successful. Many managers can earn bonuses based on the quarterly or annual profits of the business they are empowered to operate.

Empowerism in a multi level marketing business operates on much the same principal as you are given the power to operate the business model you were handed and taught to operate. Your success and monetary rewards are based on how well you can operate that business under the founded principals of the company giving you the offer. You also have the power to recruit new members into the multi level marketing program, offering the same training and support to help them achieve success.

Your Home Business- Internet Start Ups

By , February 12, 2018 10:24 am

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You’ve heard all the hype about making money while you sleep, and having thousands of dollars pour in by simply opening up shop online, and maybe you’ve even spent some of your hard-earned money on a handful of empty promises. Before you give up on the hope of starting a home business on the internet, here are a few things you should consider.

Business on the internet has become a reality for all of us. Whether you are running one, or making online purchases, it is a viabl…

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You’ve heard all the hype about making money while you sleep, and having thousands of dollars pour in by simply opening up shop online, and maybe you’ve even spent some of your hard-earned money on a handful of empty promises. Before you give up on the hope of starting a home business on the internet, here are a few things you should consider.

Business on the internet has become a reality for all of us. Whether you are running one, or making online purchases, it is a viable business model. One of the problems you encounter when you think about starting an online business is finding a realistic business model that provides both income and stability. There are so many unreliable schemes offered, that is it difficult to determine what is legitimate, and what is a money grab.

When you are considering starting an online business, one of the first things to determine is how much time you have, and how much money you can invest. Is this something you want to do part time around your job and family? Or do you have the time, and self-discipline to devote eight or more hours each day to it? You will hear stories of people who are making thousands of dollars while they sit on the beach, but when you investigate further, you will find that in the beginning, these same people invested thousands of hours, and dollars, to get to that point.

Another consideration is how adept are you online? Do you have the technical skills to build a website, manage an autoresponder, and manage payments online? These are all skills that can be easily mastered, but you need to remember there is a learning curve to any new skill. Allow yourself the necessary time to develop the skills you need to be successful. Even if you plan to outsource some of the technical work for your internet business, you will still need to understand the basic workings of your website.

Once you’ve determined how much time, money and technical skill you have, then it is time to decide on what type of home business you want. The choices for internet start-ups are endless. You can sell a physical product, information, advertising, you can even create and sell websites. Let your imagination loose and you can find a business that fits your dreams. Many people fail at online businesses because they are trying to build their own business by following someone else’s dream. True online success will come from learning the skills you need, and applying them to your own passions.

Starting an internet business is really no different than starting any other type of business. You need a set of skills, you need time, money and determination to get it going, and you need a sense of commitment to keep it going. You need to have a plan to follow, to stay on track. You also need to have financial goals for your business, at the very minimum, a monthly income goal, so you know if you are spending your time on the right tasks.

Invest some time before you rush into any home business to determine what outcome you want, whether it’s extra income to pay off the mortgage, or outrageous money to chase all your desires. Decide if you can commit to the investment of time and money, then promise yourself to never quit.

Getting hits to your Site the Right Way

By , February 7, 2018 4:52 pm

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Web masters… you have spent time, effort and probably money designing your web site, but yet it receives few or no hits. What can you do to make sure that your site receives the publicity it deserves?

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One tried and proven solution is by writing a small article about your site and submitting it to an S.E.O. and content provider site. People visit these sites every day to discover articles which they can include in their own site. These articles, which can cover all sorts of topics from angling to zoo-keeping, are designed to provide a taste of what your own site contains.

They would usually be about one small part of your own site, but are sufficiently interesting to make a reader click on the link to your site so that they can find out more information, thus leading to a greater number of hits.

They should be relatively short, say 400 to 500 words, so that a reader will not become bored by them. Research has shown that if a visitor to a web site does not have their attention grabbed within about 5 seconds, or less, they will move on.

Some article submission sites will offer, in addition to hosting your article writing service. You provide them with an idea of the style you want, a description of your site and they will provide you with an article.

Some sites will expect you to submit the article to them for hosting, while others will give you the article so that you choose where to submit it. Whatever you choose, copyright of the article always remains with you, and this is acknowledged by a small statement that the content was provided by whoever. There is also usually a link to the article writer, thus ensuring that your site receives a measure of promotion.

Submitting an article is generally a straightforward procedure. You choose the content provider you wish to submit your article to, register with them, and you are then able to submit your article.

Building Solid Traffic With Backlinks

By , February 3, 2018 12:03 am

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A web site isn’t an ad. No one “peruses?web sites in some “web site newspaper.?In fact, no one will go to your site unless you specifically invite them. A web site actually needs advertising. You need to build traffic to your site. There are a lot of great ways to do this and one terrific way is with backlinks.

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Many coaches put up web sites with the hope of getting clients from the Web. What usually happens is they get nothing.

Here’s the reason.

A web site isn’t an ad. No one “peruses?web sites in some “web site newspaper.?In fact, no one will go to your site unless you specifically invite them. A web site actually needs advertising.

You need to build traffic to your site.

There are a lot of great ways to do this and one terrific way is with backlinks.

What is a backlink?

A backlink is a link FROM another site TO your site.

For example, if you are a member of Coachville, and someone is looking for a coach, then it is possible that this person sees your listing in the “Find a Coach?section and clicks a link to your web site.

This is a backlink from Coachville to your site.

Backlinks are also referred to as “in-bound links?and sometimes can be called “reciprocal links.?
Many of the links that coaches have on their web site are designed to take visitors from the coach’s web site to other web sites. These are usually located in a link section or a resources section. These are also called “forward links?or “outbound links.?
The important thing to note is that a backlinks bring visitors TO your site. Once visitors come to your web site, you can turn them into clients, product sales, newsletter subscribers, commissions and more.

So why are backlinks totally awesome?

Firstly, the obvious, is direct traffic to your site. This traffic can be cashed in for clients or sales.

Secondly, when done right, “backlinking?can sky-rocket your search engine rankings and thus result in even more traffic.

How?

From the eyes of search engines, your “site’s worth?increases when the number of backlinks increases. Each backlink raises the popularity of your web site.

It’s like being the popular kid in school. The more kids who know you, the more popular you are.

What does this lead to?

When people put the phrase “life coach?into a search engine, for the most part, the sites with higher popularity will come up first.

Thirdly, backlinks can create consistent traffic.

Sending out newsletters and giving talks often bring you immediate “bursts?of traffic.
Bursts of traffic are great, but require you to make those additional efforts in order to continue to get that traffic.

Backlinking builds a steady, consistent, and predictable stream of traffic that keeps coming without additional work. You can confidently expect the same number of visitors each month.

Fourthly is the snowball-effect.

Creative backlinking strategies can create a situation where your web site is attracting backlinks without you doing any work at all. It’s like a snowball going down-hill that continues to grow.

You’ve Got Mail.. Or Spam

By , January 29, 2018 7:21 am

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You’ve got mail!!!

For far too many people this little canned voice is nothing but a harbinger of bad things to come. If your system has been targeted by one of the hundreds of email scammers proliferating the Internet, your headaches have just begun.

Should a hacker invade your inbox with a virulent email, you will have to take immediate and aggressive action. Often this results in ultimate frustration, not to mention time gobbling effort.

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You’ve got mail!!!

For far too many people this little canned voice is nothing but a harbinger of bad things to come. If your system has been targeted by one of the hundreds of email scammers proliferating the Internet, your headaches have just begun.

Should a hacker invade your inbox with a virulent email, you will have to take immediate and aggressive action. Often this results in ultimate frustration, not to mention time gobbling effort.

The wisest thing one can do to protect their email from malicious attack is to install email filters that work tirelessly in the background to protect your system and its content.

In addition to installing email filters, you can give yourself a modicum of security by adhering to the following:

Spammers like to send innocent looking emails with “Remove?in the subject line. Unless you are confident of whom the email is from, you should NEVER reply to its sender by clicking on the “remove?link. Even though the body of this mail may contain detailed instructions outlining the procedure to remove your address from their mailing list, don’t be fooled. Spammers like to include these links so users will think the offer is legitimate. Most of the time, they are nothing more than a fishing expedition to see if your email is working and legitimate. Once they get this information, look out ?life as you know it will not be the same. Word to the wise: Delete, delete, delete!!!

Turn the tables on spammer spiders by altering your email address on line. Spiders harvest email addresses by crawling the net, surreptitiously capturing email address from guest books, registration services and white page directories. Instead of posting your address as: “person@thisplace.com? type in: “person at http://thisplace.com? Spiders will skim their sneaky little legs right on past and you will never feel their sting.

You should guard your email as diligently as you do your personal address and home phone number. Use a primary email address for contact with friends, family and business connections, and set up a secondary email address for all online forms. Free email accounts are available on the web from providers such as yahoo and hotmail ?these companies spend astounding amounts to protect their servers from malicious content, so most spamming attacks are blocked at the outset.

Installing and maintaining email filters can effectively snatch the welcome mat out from under the feet of spammers lurking in the doorway of your operating system. You can program them to automatically delete any unauthorized email before it can be opened, but most users like to retain the option of either white listing or black listing senders. Email filters allow all white listed (wanted) email to reach your inbox, while blacklisted addresses (those you have not authorized) will be spiraled into the refuse bin.

This can sometimes lead to a catch-22 situation. Your email filtering program must be set up so it does not inadvertently block legitimate email. In these days of world wide commerce, even one mistakenly blocked email can have a detrimental impact on our business. So, when installing an email filtering program, make sure it is equipped with the technology that can combine variables including specific criteria, real time research and intelligence data in order to ensure you are not throwing the baby out with the bath water.

2 Keys To “Manual Surf Traffic Exchange” Success

By , January 24, 2018 2:23 pm

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This article exposes two most important keys about how to profit from manual surf traffic exchanges.

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Do you use Manual Surf Traffic Exchanges to drive traffic to your websites or affiliate links?

In case if you are a new internet marketer and do not know what is a Manual Surf Traffic Exchange, here is a short explanation:

“Manual Surf Traffic Exchange is a online service, where members can show their websites to other members, by viewing (surfing) other members websites.”

This is a very easy way to receive traffic, especially if you have limited budget, but have time to view other websites. And if you don’t want to pay your time, you can purchase traffic directly from traffic exchange programs.

However, you should know that these type of traffic is “ineffective” traffic. Ineffective means the conversion rate of your product or service from traffic exchanges will be lower than other highly targeted traffic sources like PPC visitors.

Note, this does not mean using traffic exchange is not profitable. This is because the cost of each traffic exchange hit is greatly cheaper than other traffic sources.
And if you do it right, the ROI (Return On Investment) will be positive.

Many marketers claim that Manual Surf Traffic Exchange is not useful. They are completely wrong because they missed some very important keys when using traffic exchanges.

Now let me expose two of the secret keys that will turn your traffic exchange failure to success:

1. Method – Capture Leads And Do Not Sell Directly

Every traffic exchange user is busy at surfing. They do not have time and intention to read your long webpage. So NEVER put your sales page. Instead, put a lead capturing page with a “Attention Grabbing Headline”, “Amazing Benefits” and a “Opt In Form”. Remember, your purpose is to capture email addresses and then follow up with additional sales materials.

2. Target – Webmasters Who Want Traffic

Do you notice the common purpose of the traffic exchange users? Yes they are webmasters or affiliates who want to promote their own websites. Remember, these people is your target market, not kids, not elders. If you are promoting high quality advertising related product or service, then I can guarantee you will convert them to sales very well!

Now it is your time to make money by using traffic exchanges! Here is the number one manual surf traffic exchange that I would like to recommend – TopSurfer.

TopSurfer not just provides real and steady traffic, and its wholesale membership is also the best among all traffic exchanges. You not just receive traffic, and you can also make 100% profit by reselling the membership! Visit this link to join:

http://www.marktse.com/topsurfer/

To your online success,
Mark Tse

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You Can Find A Stay At Home Business That Suits You With Three Simple Questions

By , January 19, 2018 8:40 pm

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The ability to stay at home is increasing rapidly as new opportunities appear constantly with positions from sales representative opportunities to customer service and more. Finding the stay at home career that suits you can be as easy as asking yourself three simple questions. What do I truly enjoy doing? What amount of money or what is my budget for this business? What resources and tools do I have at hand that can be applied toward the business? Asking these three question…

The ability to stay at home is increasing rapidly as new opportunities appear constantly with positions from sales representative opportunities to customer service and more. Finding the stay at home career that suits you can be as easy as asking yourself three simple questions. What do I truly enjoy doing? What amount of money or what is my budget for this business? What resources and tools do I have at hand that can be applied toward the business? Asking these three questions will allow you to narrow down which field or areas of home business would best suit your interests as well as your personal needs.

Job Enjoyment

If you do not enjoy the job field you are in, over time you will begin to regret your job choice. It will become displeasure to go to work each day. The dissatisfaction of your job will lead to a decline in attitude and personal happiness, which can affect your relationships with family and friends as well as co-workers. Your job performance will also lack due to this feeling of dissatisfaction. Allowing yourself to understand what areas of work or business you enjoy will allow you to enter a job position knowing that this is a career you can perform every day and it will not lead to total dissatisfaction. There are always days where we do not feel like going to work even if we are in a dream job, but an enjoyable position is a must for job longevity.

Business Budget and Income Levels

When entering into a home business you have to take the necessary time required to thoroughly study your budget and income needs. You need to have enough savings to live within the means required to pay your bills, purchase personal items such as food and any other needed items for a minimum of three months. This allows enough time for your business to become established and to provide a flow of income. You also have to understand the required amount of funds needed to begin your business. What is the cost of materials, advertising, web hosting and so on? You want to provide an adequate amount of funding for each area of your business thus allowing a sturdy base for your business to be built upon. The majority of home businesses fail within the first year often due to lack of budgeting.

Resources and Tools

You also have to take the time to consider what tools or resources that you may possibly already have on hand. Consider computers, Internet access and a home phone line. These items are generally already on hand and in use daily. With these three tools you can begin the home businesses building process.

Once you have the answer to each of these questions you will be able to make the most knowledgeable choice for your home business. This will allow you to begin your business by putting your best foot forward on solid ground. Taking the necessary time to prepare for your stay at home job will ensure that your business will thrive and succeed.

Exposing the Hyperlink

By , January 15, 2018 4:02 am

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Explains the basics of the hyperlink

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A hyperlink, also called simply “a link”, is a reference in a hypertext document to another document or other resource. It is an integral part of the hypertext transfer protocol (http) for World Wide Web, but it is used also in offline documents, such as .pdf (portable document file, Adobe Acrobat native format) and in .XML (extended markup language). Hyperlink can be used to fetch content and save it, view it as a separate document or display as a part of the reference document.

The history of the hyperlink

The history of the hyperlink began in 1965. Theodore Nelson in “the Xanadu Project” transposed the idea from fictional microfilm cross-referencing system into the computer world. In a series of books and articles published from 1964 through 1980 the general concept was changed from linking whole microfilm pages to connecting specific lines of computer text. Primary concept was intended to use on single computer machine, however introduction of DARPA network boosted the idea into creating links between documents and files stored on several networked machines. The idea of connecting parts of a single document via hyperlink arose independently, but was quickly merged to the hyperlink system. Both concepts combined together were fundamental for creating World Wide Web.

How does a hyperlink work?

A hyperlink has two ends, called anchors, and a direction. The link starts at the source anchor and points to the destination anchor. However, the name hyperlink is often used for the source anchor, while the destination anchor is called the hyperlink target. Every browser shows text hyperlinks somewhat exposed (they usually mark it with a different color). Clicking on the hyperlink activates it and displays target document.

Hyperlink – measuring the Net

But hyperlinks are not only the way we surf the Net. Life on the Web without search engines is almost impossible today, because of unbelievable amount of networked information. Most search engines use so-called “page ranking” to measure which site may contain useful information. This mechanism is mostly based on hyperlink popularity. Although whole idea of “page rank” mechanism is more complicated, its general concept is based on a simple rule: the more pages have a hyperlink pointing to the ranked page, the higher rank that page gets. Of course, each hyperlink has different value, based on the popularity of the “source” site (This means simply that if your website is a target for hyperlink placed on the big site like CNet of Microsoft, it has much higher page rank than a site with several hyperlink connections from private sites). This mechanism is based on measuring of hyperlink’s quality. Although not perfect, both mechanisms usually works well enough to determine which website has got good content and which hasn’t.

Your Rockin’ Red Hot Online Media Room

By , January 10, 2018 11:20 am

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Did you know that second only to your blog, the media room should be the most updated page on your website? When was the last time you updated your media room? For most of us, it’s probably been a while. We tend to put up media rooms and then forget about them. But more and more, a good, informative media room should be consistently updated.

We’ve found through research, reading, and our own experiences that often it’s not just the media that visits this page, that’s why t…

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Did you know that second only to your blog, the media room should be the most updated page on your website? When was the last time you updated your media room? For most of us, it’s probably been a while. We tend to put up media rooms and then forget about them. But more and more, a good, informative media room should be consistently updated.

We’ve found through research, reading, and our own experiences that often it’s not just the media that visits this page, that’s why the term “media room” is a bit misleading. It’s actually a great place to inform, entertain, and educate your reader on you, your books, your message or product, and the things you’ve been up to, and often it’s the first place a prospective buyer will go to for more information on you and your work.

In order to compete in the digital age, more and more authors are turning to their media rooms to attract readers to their book. Why? Well it’s a great one-stop-shop place to get all the latest data on your books, new editions, new products and new speaking events (should you decide to list them).

The old way of doing media rooms was to have a list of your press releases, maybe a link or two to media and that was that. Now media rooms are almost the nerve center of your entire website. Here’s a quick rundown of what should (and shouldn’t) be in your media room. Keep in mind that components of a media room will vary, depending on your topic, genre and focus, so if you can’t include all of these, that’s ok. Better to have only those components related to your book/product/topic than ones that don’t make any sense at all:

1) Downloadable picture of your book cover or covers, your photo and other related artwork you want to offer.

2) About You: people want to know who you are, so tell them! Make sure your bio is on the media room and ready to download. It’s especially helpful if a media person is trying to gather information for an article and wants some background on you.

3) Press releases with live links: a few issues back we wrote that live links in a press release are a great way to get traffic back to your site, but guess what? It works well in reverse, too. News posted to your site gets spidered very quickly, so including links and keywords will greatly enhance the visibility of both the media room and your press release. In fact another quick tip is this: instead of placing ads, issue a press release. No kidding. Press releases are a far better alternative than an ad on the Internet. You’ll get spidered, you’ll get ranking and best of all, you’ll get traffic.

4) New book/product information: this is the perfect place for sharing past, current, and future information on your book. Be boastful! This your chance!

5) Tip sheets: we all know that the media loves tip sheets, but guess what? Your readers/consumers do, too. Fill your press room with any that you’ve created.

6) Where you’ve been featured: be very generous with this. Don’t assume that if you have only been featured online that you should not list that. List everything! The more you can populate this room with links that make you look like the busy marketing person you are, the more attractive you’ll be to your buyer and to the media.

7) Ideas for stories: if a reporter is perusing your site looking for story ideas, why not give it to him? Creating a pop up box that says “Here’s how (insert your name) can help you with your story” is a great way to generate ideas for the media and get yourself a mention in an upcoming story or feature.

8) Bragging rights! If you have testimonials or reviews, place them here, too. While it’s always good to sprinkle testimonials/reviews throughout your site, this is another great place to list them. Regardless of whether the visitor to your media room is the media or a reader, people like what other people like!

9) No hunting allowed! Don’t make people hunt for information. The other day I was on a site looking for book pricing. I had to send an email to get a list of pricing, and why? Because it was confidential? Doubtful. But most people don’t think to remove the extra steps. Shorten the staircase. Meaning: remove needless steps to the close. Put pricing, information sheets, whatever you have up on your media room so folks don’t have to go on a hunting expedition for it.

10) Events: I took events off of my website a long time ago. Why? Because I do so much pop up stuff that I had a hard time keeping up with it. There’s nothing worse than an outdated events page, but if you can keep yours up, great! Keep it current, the activity will look great on your media room.

A few final tips: don’t even consider cramming all of this information onto your site if you’re not going to deliver this in pop-up form. Check out http://www.amarketingexpert.com/media.html for an example of this. Also, deliver your text content in both PDF format as well as in text format so the search engines can spider it.

Don’t limit yourself to the items mentioned above, experiment with other media room ideas that might not be listed here. Book videos, for example, might be another great addition to your media room. The key is, start thinking of your media room as a place to present yourself not just to the media, but to the world! This will change how you view this very important page on your site and help turn a ho-hum page into a rockin’ red hot media room!

You Must Work Hard To Be Rich-myth Or Truth?

By , January 5, 2018 5:53 pm

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‘One of the most common myths about getting rich or achieving financial success is that working hard is the key to create wealth,’ declared Jamie McIntyre. Jamie is a very much sought after personal development coach and has traveled all over the world meeting and learning from some of the best teachers in this world including the, Anthony Robbins, General Norman Schwarzkopf and Robert Kiyosaki.

He further insisted that, ‘working hard and making money have nothing in commo…

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‘One of the most common myths about getting rich or achieving financial success is that working hard is the key to create wealth,’ declared Jamie McIntyre. Jamie is a very much sought after personal development coach and has traveled all over the world meeting and learning from some of the best teachers in this world including the, Anthony Robbins, General Norman Schwarzkopf and Robert Kiyosaki.

He further insisted that, ‘working hard and making money have nothing in common, I repeat, nothing to do with each other in this modern time.’ Why is this man making such very powerful but controversial statements? Well, he backed up his statements with the following explanation. He uses his dad, a farmer as an example.

His father started off with nothing but is a millionaire now.This man, like most framers, believes that true hard work is the key to success and that was how he became a millionaire. He believed that this is the truth to wealth creation.

Jamie explained to his dad that hard work did not guarantee or actually play a major role in his dad’s wealth. In fact it is a myth. His dad is a wealthy today because of the appreciation of value on his farm land property. The farm is now worth more that a million bucks when his bought it decades ago at a mere $50,000 dollars. Despite the fact that his dad was truly working hard on the farm for many years, this did not make the farmer wealthy. Income from the farm has actually dipped badly and the man would never save a million dollars from his farm’s income even if he worked hard on it for several lifetimes.

His father’s wealth was created by buying the farmland property at a low price and the increasing value of the land over a period of time. Anyone who have read Robert Kiyosaki’s ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’book will find this theory familiar.

His father’s wealth was amassed even when he was sleeping and almost without any effort at all. It is true that good work ethic and some hard work in the beginning helped but the most important feature was the investing of his money on the property and letting his money work for him.

Then Jamie went on to use his mother as another example. His mother had always wanted to open a coffee shop. She did not realize that many years later, she was offered to buy the entire building in which the coffee shop was located.

However she did not buy it because she had already borrowed a lot of money for the coffee shop business and did not like the idea of borrowing anymore money. She was being mistakenly prudent.

She worked very hard for many many years, often not paying herself a salary (another big mistake, as another rule for wealth creation is to always pay yourself first). She often worked hard to pay the shop’s rental. She was working real hard but with a miserable return for the investment and labor.

You see,if she only she had borrowed another $100,000 for the building,she could have:-

a) Charged her coffee shop business a higher rent since the money still comes back to her. Even if her business only managed to pay the rent, it could be used to return the borrowed money.

b) The building would appreciate in value over time making her a lot of money without working and plus her charging a higher rental, it automatically make the building even more valuable.

c) She can sell away her coffee shop business and kept the building profiting from the sale of her business and then have the new tenants paying her rentals for the shop. Now she need not work to have a steady flow of passive income.

d) If she still wants to work, she could work part time for the new owner and then picking up another income stream. The truth is that so many streams of passive income now, his mother could be rich without working hard.

So,in order to be rich you must work hard,is a truth or a myth? Find out for yourself as Jamie is giving away his free financial wealth planning ebook at my blog below.

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