The basis of most Internet businesses is that the creator or entrepreneur wants people to give them money. That’s it.
So most people should just be honest with themselves and say, “I want people to give me money.“
Telling the truth, at least to yourself, is quite liberating. You stop worrying about whether stuff is any good or if it helps or if it actually works.
Born thieves don’t care. By virtue of their name, born thieves, they start with this idea. That they want people to give them money.
And we do of course see businesses like this that actually work. This is often with folks who are naturally charismatic or attractive or are very good at telling sociopathic lies.
For the rest of us even if we accept the truth of what we actually want, we have to come up with something credible enough for people to actually give us the money. That is, we have to demonstrate value. Most people will not let go of money unless they get something in exchange.
As a member you know there’s plenty of valuable information inside our little walled garden.
If you want to know how to design $1 million product there is an 11 hour program for that. (How to Create Million Dollar Products!)
If you want to understand the emotional drivers that make people buy there is a six hour program for that. (MANIPULATION.)
If you want to understand the mindset necessary to be a successful entrepreneur there is an hour and a half program for that. (The Entrepreneur’s Secret Code.)
We even have a program on how to write a book in just five minutes today. (How to Write a Best Selling Book in Just Five Minutes a Day!.)
And of course there are these daily emails they keep you thinking about your primary purpose which is the getting of money.
My point is to lighten things up a little bit. It doesn’t have to be grim.
If you have something wonderful that is a real value to people they will give you money.
But even creating something valuable has at the back of it the pure motivation of simply wanting people to give you money.
Until tomorrow, FG
P.S.: The Olympic Gold Medal Standard of the funniest business model in the world is where the creator is transparently convincing people to give them money – and at the same time transferring the believe to the audience that they can do it too. This is often what happens in MLM programs and the absolute champ of all of them was Glenn Turner, founder of Koscot Interplanetary.