About a month ago I had a friend of mine ask me, "What would you do if you had to start over?"
I said, "What do you mean?"
He said, "Like if you lost everything. What would you do to start over?"
Without hesitation, I told him, "I'd start a home-based Internet business from scratch. The way I know how to do it, it would cost me $0 in start-up cost. I'd be up around $50,000 a month within 3 months."
Then I started to think about it. It really is that easy because I've done it and, many of you don't know, but I still make a fortune on the Internet. Most of you know me as a "real estate guru" (I hate that title, by the way). But I know probably more about other money-making strategies (including the Internet and direct mail marketing) than what I know about real estate investing.
I don't think so. I've been doing a variety of different entrepreneurial pursuits for 20 years and I've found that it takes more "mastery" to understand the success mechanics of mail order and Internet marketing than it does with real estate investing. Real estate is cut and dry. Find a property, buy it, manage it, and get a cash flow. And that's basically it.
However, other means of making money...well, that's an art form. And I'm really good at it.
The good news is that you can be good at it too because it's not hard AT ALL to get a low-cost, low-overhead, high profit business off the ground and profiting within a super short period of time.
In fact, many of you know that I've been thinking of making some changes with my business because of some of the stresses that I've taken on when getting an office/warehouse and a staff to go along with it. Many days I can deal with it. Some days, I feel like locking the front doors with a chain and lock, leaving a Post-It Note on the front door for my staff saying, "It's Over! Find Another Gig Elsewhere!!"
But I stick with it because I feel a level of commitment to both my students and my staff so I keep trucking.
I keep my options open. I refuse to buy a commercial building for this business because that means I'm committing...forever. And I won't do that. I refuse to sign another lease on my office/warehouse unit. I just bargained with my landlord last week for him to accept a 6-month cash payment to just "add" 6 more months onto my lease because -- between you and me -- I'd love to shut this bitch down and I'm keeping that open as a possible option come January 31st, 2016 (when my "extended" lease expires).
Why don't I just do it already?
I explained a couple of reasons already. Personally, I think I'd go bonkers being at home all day without going "somewhere" each day. My fear of going mentally insane is probably the key factor in why I don't just give it up and take this home.
But if I did, I'd make so much more money cutting out all this overhead.
This is something YOU can do from the ground up. Keep it home based, keep it low cost, keep employees (on paper) out of the equation...and profit like a MAD DOG from the get-go!
And why do you need all this money?
Well, first, I'm assuming that you're not independently wealthy to the point where you don't need a job or business to pay your bills. So, you want to start bringing in this cash to quit whatever soul-sucking job is driving the very life out of you.
But even more importantly, you want this cash to start injecting it into long-term passive income real estate assets so that you can reach the goal of financial freedom in 3 years or less.
For you to do all this, I have an amazing offer for you. But first, I want you to listen to this audio seminar I've created for you by clicking on this link: http://www.monicamain.com/icf_deal
In the meantime, like me, maybe now is the time you can start evaluating what is and isn't working in your life. Now that you have a kick-ass and viable option presented to you to finally do something about it...my question to you would be: WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR??
See you at the top!