January 30th, 2018 | By Tom Woods
When you’re a dad of five girls, you wind up watching a lot of animation.
And man, have I seen Finding Nemo a lot.
Nemo’s father, Marlin, has to be the worst Pixar character — and possibly the worst any kind of character — of all time.
Marlin has the personality of your bathroom doorknob. He has zero sense of humor. Zero charm. Yet he thinks so highly of himself that he wants to name half his children Marlin Jr.
They made a sequel: Finding Dory.
They couldn’t make Finding Marlin, because if he ever got lost, no one would notice.
Savage? Maybe. But after so many viewings, you’re driven to extremes.
Sometimes, though, boring is good.
Like in eCommerce.
With everyone wanting to push fun, interesting products, there’s a huge gap in boring products. And that’s where you quietly swoop in.
Tonight my eCommerce friends — some of the best in the world — are going to show us ten examples of boring products that earn small fortunes.
Naturally, you never have to handle these products or hold inventory (I wouldn’t make you do that).
And you can know precisely how well they’re selling and what your prospects with them will be before you even get involved.
That’s why Steve and Aidan — who are completely trustworthy, and real-live friends of mine who have done wonders for many of my listeners — are offering a double-your-money-back guarantee. That’s how sure they are that this will work for you.
Best thing I’ve ever promoted, by far.
Sign up to join us tonight:
January 29th, 2018 | By Tom Woods
Essie Grundy, a black woman who lives in southern California, is suing Walmart for “racial discrimination” because at her local store the hair products pitched to black people like her are locked away in glass cases.
This is because of “racism,” she says.
In other words, she thinks Walmart — which in any other situation is demonized for being obsessed with profits — is willing to sacrifice its profits by inconveniencing people for no good reason, just so it can indulge its “racism.”
It couldn’t be that Walmart puts frequently shoplifted items in locked cases.
It has to be “racism.”
Yet another advantage to selling online: no glass cases that can get you accused of racism.
Tomorrow (Tuesday) night is the last chance we’ll get a private session with Steve Clayton and his colleagues in eCommerce.
In this presentation we’ll look at 10 boring products that almost nobody would notice, but which earn a fortune online.
And we’ll also get a glimpse of their software that automates the process of finding products that can be sold profitably.
I’ve been doing this for a while, and I’ve never seen anything like that.
Plus, these guys — who are the cream of the crop, have excellent reputations, and have made numerous Tom Woods Show listeners small fortunes — are so certain you’ll be successful following their eCommerce system that they’re offering a double-your-money-back guarantee.
Sign up to join us, so you won’t spend the rest of your days roaming the earth, wondering what might have been:
January 24th, 2018 | By Tom Woods
A lot of you have seen the Channel 4 interview of psychology professor Jordan Peterson by British journalist and broadcaster Cathy Newman.
Peterson holds “controversial” views (non-leftist, in other words), and Newman was ready for a fight.
But as memes all over the Internet later reflected, whenever Newman would summarize what Peterson had just said, she did so tendentiously and dishonestly.
“Whoever she was talking to bore very little resemblance to me,” Peterson recalls.
Peterson remained cool and collected throughout the interview, which has now been viewed on YouTube millions of times.
“Her claims became so preposterous and so self-contradictory that it was difficult to remain completely detached.”
But he managed it.
Peterson became as huge as he is — his book is flying off the shelves at the moment, I might add — because of the Internet. People found out about his battles with the p.c. crowd and wanted to find out more.
Online they found countless lectures and interviews that showed him to be brilliant — and decent.
His presence in the mainstream media wouldn’t have sufficed to convey these things about him. The gatekeepers make sure of that.
How is this relevant to you?
The Internet has the potential to liberate all of us.
If you were able to join us last night, you saw what that means for your livelihood and your prosperity.
Most people around you are still working like it’s 1958.
You should work like it’s 2018 — because it is.
The guys on this training have done amazing things for my listeners.
Are you afraid you’ll be the exception?
Then they’re offering a double-your-money-back guarantee.
Watch before this gets taken down:
January 22nd, 2018 | By Tom Woods
A video viewed three million times on ApexTV online shows a man claiming to be a whistleblower, part of an alleged government program to send people into the future.
He claims to have visited the year 6000.
He says in the future we’re no longer governed by human beings, but by artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence and human beings “are in the process of merging into one,” he says.
He speaks in extremely vague and general terms about life in the year 6000. You’d think he’d be full of details, but all he can come up with are “we’ve cured a lot of diseases” and “solved a lot of global problems.”
I’m not completely sure I believe the guy.
But forget the year 6000.
I’d be happy just to drag some people into 2018.
In 2018, you can start an online business without the zillions of dollars and the innumerable headaches of yesteryear, and you can work on it from anywhere in the world.
It can be your full-time living, or just a side hustle to make your life more comfortable.
Tomorrow night, Tom Woods Show friend and eCommerce expert Steve Clayton is going to walk you through it.
I am shaking you by the collar: be there.
January 18th, 2018 | By Tom Woods
I’ll bet a lot of less wealthy people think: man, that guy works for a Fortune 500 company. He’s living the dream!
Well, not always.
“I was so, so miserable,” recalls Steve Clayton, former VP of LabCorp. “After five years of being vice president of a Fortune 500 company, I just said, ‘I need to be happy. It’s not enough just to make money. I’ve got to find a way to have some happiness and some freedom, and to be able to travel, and all that good stuff.'”
Leaving the security of that job was scary, he said. “I was supporting two kids, and my wife hadn’t worked since the kids arrived.”
But his father asked him: is that security real? Which is really more risky? Working for a faceless corporation, where your fate is decided in some boardroom somewhere, or working for yourself?
So Steve made the decision to go out on his own.
He says, “I didn’t realize how incredibly miserable I was until I quit, and didn’t have to do it anymore.”
He went on to be even more successful in eCommerce, to the point that he’s now laid out arguably the most newbie-friendly online business model out there.
Steve has an excellent reputation as an eCommerce specialist and a teacher.
If you’re looking to make a change, or at least build in some insurance against the unforeseen, I cannot recommend strongly enough that you sign up for Steve’s presentation. Steve will run you through a newbie-friendly approach to eCommerce that doesn’t require a website, or handling merchandise, or even the need to drive traffic.
Sure beats digging ditches.
I’ll be there, too, because if you decide to do this, we’ll do it together.
Reserve your seat:
P.S. Should you have any trouble with my redirect link, the direct link is http://tomwoods14.7figurec.hop.clickbank.net/?x=twwebinar<< Older Posts Newer Posts >>