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Become A Millionaire in 365 days?

Aug 17, 2007
When anyone offers to show you how to make a lot of money in a relative short span of time, there are many questions you need to ask. Because there are no guarantees in life and whatever you create will be very much in your hands, it will be your business. Only you can guarantee how hard you will work and how determined you will be. That is why there are no guarantees.

You can gain considerably from other peoples online marketing experience and business experience.

That is what you are investing in, their knowledge, their experince. They have seen what works and what doesn't and now, after all this time, they should be able to predict, with reasonable accuracy, the future. That is what you should be building, a business for the future. So here are some of the questions you need to ask:

Q. Why are you doing this? Why not just do it yourself?

Q. Why are you charging what you charge for this course (or business plan)?

Q. How do you know this will work?

Q. What is the business all about?

Q. What experience do I need?

Q. What's my investment?

Q. Is this legitimate? Are the methods legal?

Q. How much will this cost me?

Q. When will I start to see some money coming in?

Q. What equipment will I need?

Q. Why this business model?

Q. What do I need to do now?

Whatever you do, before you make a commitment or final decision, go and seek some independent professional advice. Get them to ask some more of the difficult questions.

Importantly, you also need to decide whether this is for you. Think about the time every week. Think about the financial commitment. Do NOT proceed unless you are comfortable with both. If you choose not to proceed then that's okay too and I wish you well in whatever you choose to do instead. However, if you have decided to go ahead then there are certain things that you will need to do in preparation. They are as follows:

Believe and commit. No ifs, no buts. Believe and commit. Your life has now changed.

Go for a walk. I'm serious. Two hours please, on your own, in nature or in a park at the very least. You need to get in touch with the Earth. No children, no partner, just you and your thoughts.

On that walk, think about how your life has progressed so far, are you where you want to be? Can you change it? What are your dreams? Do you believe this is possible? Can YOU do it? Think how you are going to make the time and investment money available.

Think about what you are going to do when you have made your first million. Think about what you are going to buy. Think about the 10% you are going to give away to charity. Who to? What charity? Think about the difference YOU can make to your life and to the lives of others.

When you get back from your walk I want you to find a picture of the two things that you are going to buy when you have succeeded. For example, if you have decided that you want to buy a nice holiday cottage somewhere and a Mercedes Sports then please find pictures of both of these and stick them on the wall in front of your desk space or computer. I want you to look at these every day.

I also want you to think about donating some of your earnings to charity. Who are you going to donate to? More importantly, who are the PEOPLE that this is going to help? For example, if you decide to donate to an orphanage in Africa and also help the homeless in your hometown, I want you to find a picture of an orphan and a homeless person and I want those to go on the wall, next to the pictures of your house and car (or whatever). Again, this is not just about YOU, there are other lives at stake.

Last one. Go to a bric-a-brac or charity store and I want you to find a symbol for each of your pictures. For example, the cottage could be represented by a door knocker, the car by a driver's glove, the orphanage by a children's book, the homeless by a warm pair of socks. To be honest, I don't mind what the object is, it is the symbolism I'm after, as long as it makes sense to you, that is the important thing.

I want you to imagine that you will present or use the object when you have succeeded i.e. Dear Homeless Shelter, here is a pair of socks, in each of the socks you will find $25,000 I hope they can keep a few people warm this winter. I want you to imagine. By the way, as we go through the year we will be keeping to a pretty tight budget so let's start here. Each item should not cost more than $2.00.

Okay, that's about it, good luck with whatever you choose to do.
About the Author
Allen Jesson writes for several sites including one that specializes in internet marketing and one that helps you make a million in 365 days and then of course, Allen Jesson.com.
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