Guess what: the old man has learned a thing or two after making a living almost entirely online for the past six years.
I know the good guys, the bad guys, and the outright shysters.
I know what you need to learn right away, and what can wait until later.
I know the resources you need.
Hence all my emails. (Hop on my list by clicking here.)
Sometimes they have tips from my own experience.
Sometimes I introduce you to reliable people and products that can get you from A to B.
Sometimes I throw out possible business or side-hustle ideas.
And I’m not shy about telling you, “This is something you should buy.”
I’m not a snowflake who tiptoes around selling something. I agree with Ben Settle: if I have or know of a product that can solve people’s problems, I have a duty to tell them about it.
I’d be doing you a disservice if all I did was email you “success quotes” and other waste-your-time crap.
If I start doing that, you have my permission to remove my limbs.
My recent kick has been creating websites for local businesses. It’s a great idea for virtually anyone, even teenagers.
Especially when you can use a website creation platform that does the hard work for you.
As people saw in our live workshop last week, the platform I found is incredible: easy, intuitive, and full of scores of website templates for all kinds of businesses.
Yes, you have to pay for it. But what they’re asking is a pittance, especially with the 60% discount they’re giving my readers.
But tomorrow night at midnight the replay comes down and the regular prices, without the 60% discount, will be restored.
Do not weep about what might have been.
No more living in fear of the pink slip.
No more envy of people with multiple income streams, or who work from the beach.
Let other people envy you for a change.
But it’s slipping away: