“There’s no middle-class in internet marketing.”
Why doesn’t everyone make a lot of money online?
I mean there really is a drastic difference between earning a “job replacement” online income, and making a few bucks.
There are people that occasionally earn a few bucks here and there, and then there are people that have completely replaced their regular “job income” (and sometimes a lot more) with what they earn online.
Why is that?
What is stopping EVERYBODY from making a lot money online, and not just a select few?
Well, here’s how I see it..
At one end of the spectrum you have the people that will never make any considerable amount of money, and at the other end are the people that will make as much as they want, whenever they want.
The difference is not how skilled they are at marketing, or even their amount of experience.
The difference (that I can tell) is that the big money earners have absolutely NO FEAR when it comes to building a business, making sales, getting new business, and making as much money as they want. They just go and do it, no questions asked.
.. while the rest are content to just talk about success, think about success, dream about success, but not REALLY want to have that success – or have to deal with that success.
“What if I actually make some sales?”
“What if I have to communicate with more people?”
“What do I do with the money I earn?”
.. and then if they do see some kind of success they shy away from it and lose that success to their own fear of owning it.
Which one are you?
Which one do you WANT to be?
.. really, think about it.
Which one do you think you CAN be?
What are you going to do about it?
Sometimes you have to leave your fears behind and jump in head first.
Set a goal, then go accomplish it.
Put your blinders on and don’t stop until you do.
Make some enemies along the way (it’s okay).
In fact it’s good to piss some people off while on the journey because it means you’re focused on what you want, and you’re willing to push the negativity out of the way and not dwell on it.
Just DECIDE to do it.
.. or stay where you are.
Up to you what you want.
— Geoff Stephen