September Monthly Mentor Club

September 7, 2007

Are you a member of my “Monthly Mentor Club” print newsletter yet?

If not, you should be. Each month I publish 11 pages of step-by-step info to increasing your online profits in any business.

This month I’m covering my cheat sheet of ten key strategies to boost the profits of any business instantly. It’s the same information I refer back to when looking for “quick cash” in any business I’m in. It includes the strategies I’ve proven to increase conversions and sales on my web pages and those of my clients.

Need a higher conversion? Look at the sheet and pick #1, #4, or #8. Put in place and watch your conversion rate soar. For a different project, #2 may be just what the doctored ordered. It really is as simple as that.

And As a special gift to subscribers this month, I’m giving everyone a copy of my special report, “The Thousand Dollar Marketing Makeover Guide.”

This 58 page PDF report contains the exact assessment I use for my $495 and $1,000 makeover consultations. My clients go through this extensive assessment for their business before they ever get on the phone with me.

The majority of clients say this assessment alone is worth more than what they paid for their consultation before we even get on the phone together.

Every single $19.95 a month subscriber gets this report this month…including the assessment and the 5 ways to grow any business step-by-step plan. If you decide the newsletter isn’t right for you, simply cancel and you’ll owe nothing more ever.

If you do decide it’s the more detailed and simple to follow step-by-step plan for increasing your profits, it will only cost you $19.95 a month…with no long-term committments or contracts.

You have till Sepetember 10th at 9 AM Eastern time to be a member of the club to get this month’s issue…and the special PDF report not currently available in any other way (except to one-on-one coaching clients).

Creativity in Business

July 30, 2007

Terry SimpsonBe creative if you want to succeed in business. So many companies just try to copy others in their industries. All that creates is a me-too business that never advances. If you’ve ever wondered why you always find it such a struggle, it’s often because you’re doing things the same old way everybody else is. You have to set yourself apart from the competition and be a little different. You have to be creative.

Here three quick tips for becoming more creative in your business and your life.

1. Ask Questions.

The only reason you haven’t found the right answer yet is because you haven’t asked the right question. What are your customers currently buying from the competition? What is the perfect solution they’re looking for? Where do your target customers hang out at online? The right questions will bring you to the right answer.

Too often we allow our minds to ask the wrong questions.

Refer back to 5 Coaching Questions that will change your life for several more questions to ask yourself.

2. Use Mind Mapping.

You can mind map using computer programs or on paper. If you use paper, make sure it’s a plain white sheet with no lines. You can also use a dry erase board like I have in my office. If you would prefer a software program, you can try one such as Freemind for free.

Start in the center of the piece of paper with the basic concept…and then brainstorm outwards with every idea that comes to mind. For now, don’t even judge the ideas. Put everything down no matter how unusual. Free associate into multiple branches as you expand outward.

Think quickly and keep writing. For a period of 5 to 10 minutes keep it moving. If no ideas are coming, simply write additional lines for ideas when they come. Don’t allow yourself to stop. If ideas about other subjects pop into your head during this mind mapping session, mark them off to the side. The key is to keep it moving!

Once you’re finished mind mapping, then you can go back and organize your ideas.

3. Have Fun.

I remember the seminar where Marlon Sanders had the audience blow bubbles to relax and enjoy themselves. If you want to be creative, have FUN! I keep several joke books on my desk. Laugh! Have fun.

Don’t be too serious about yourself and what you’re doing. When I find myself thinking too hard on a subject, it’s time to ride the ATV or go watch a comedy. Do something to entertain and relax yourself for the best ideas to flow.

And yes, that is a picture of me as a Simpson.

Information Overload and You

July 11, 2007

Yesterday I was speaking to one of my coaching clients on the phone. We discussed her projects and we also discussed a friend she had that kept asking her about different products he could buy to succeed online.

Her friend kept wondering about every new product that came down the pike. When something new came out, he asked if that was his “solution” to marketing online. I’ve seen and dealt with this problem for years online. You can’t build a business when you’re being pulled in a dozen different directions at once.

You pick a system…and you work it. You test it. You improve it. You make it work for you. Once you’re successful, then you add in other techniques to the mix.

I’ve now been online for over 11 years. The people who succeed are those who know they’re going to work…and they put effort into making a system work for them. They don’t jump all over and buy everything new they hear about.

And this isn’t to scold anyone. I am successful. Yet I still catch myself buying something I don’t need at times. By this, I mean I already have a collection of books to read or manuals to study which I haven’t caught up on yet. Until I finish the stack, NOTHING else should be added. At the moment there are 8 books on my shelf in a row that will be the next 8 books I’ll read…nothing new gets purchased until those are finished.

How many produts have you purchased that you haven’t read or studied yet?
How many products do you have that you haven’t APPLIED yet?

The second question is even more important than the first.

This is part of the reason I unsubscribed from almost every internet marketing newsletter. They cause information overload! I’ve had clients who were reading more than a dozen newsletters a day…not really finding a whole lot of information they could immediately apply. You can easily waste an hour or more per day reading newsletters if you’re not watching yourself.

Here’s the rule. Anything you allow in your email box…Anything you buy…should be immediately used and applied. If you’re not going to use it, don’t get it. When you read it, write down at least ONE step you’ll apply by tomorrow. If you can’t regularly write down that one step from an email newsletter, get rid of it. It’s a waste of time.

That’s the same rule I apply to the blogs in my Google reader…if I can’t regularly apply at least one step from their articles, they get removed from my feeds.

That’s the key…information must produce action. Whenever it doesn’t, you’ve allowed yourself into information overload and you’re destroying your productivity.

Two questions I now ask people starting out are:
1. How much time do you spend studying about marketing (products, newsletters, forums, blogs, etc.)?
2. How much time do you spend applying, testing, and tracking your marketing?

You should ask yourself those questions.

What Happens When Goal Setting Doesn’t Work?

June 6, 2007

The experts tell you to write down goals. Then they tell you how they will “magically” come about through the “Attraction Factor” or some other nonsense.

What about when it doesn’t work?

Very few people reach all their goals using the “normal” system. If you’re one of the .001% who always seems to hit all your goals, I’m not talking to you. You’re an amazing dedicated individual who has more motivation than I can even understand.

What about us normal mortals? Let’s cut to the chase. If you’re like me, setting and reaching goals doesn’t always work.

Here’s the problem. Most products that talk about how you can just attract your intentions are so superficial. They don’t discuss the whole subject…and it simply doesn’t work for most people.

If you want success and to reach your goals, you have to add additional steps and action to the plan.

And more than that…in my own life I’ve often much better success by taking the shortcut. Instead of just reaching for goals, I take a different route.

I decide the life I want. Then I figure out everything that’s in the way of that…and start removing each and every item out of the way to create the perfect life.

And I’ve found this much more successful for me since “goals” rarely motivate me. All people have two motivations: pleasure and pain. You want pleasure and you want to avoid pain. Goals are based on the pleasure motivation, but if you’ve done any copywriting you know that pain is often much more motivating.

Which one is easier to sell…prevention or a cure? The cure is. People who are in pain will pay anything to get out of pain.

So I put together a much more motivating way to reach my goals involving this shortcut. And no, it doesn’t cause any pain – it motivates you by removing the pain that’s in your life right now.

I shared my whole system in a teleconference with my coaching clients. Now I’m releasing the full audio of that teleconference along with the the transcript and action guides.

It’s called “Create a Life You Love” at:

This product includes Master Reprint Rights so you can sell it yourself and keep all the money…even using my entire sales letter. Or you can sell it through my affiliate program for 100% commissions at

Plug-In Profits

April 11, 2007

I coach business owners in all types of industries…including Internet based business, real estate agents, chiropractors, authors, speakers, etc. No one wants to believe it, but marketing is all these businesses is very similar.

My “lead” coaching offer is The online business assessment is included with this package, and business owners are often shocked just how much value they get out of the assessment even before they speak with me.

It asks them question after question that pinpoints mistakes and areas they can improve immediately for increased profits. Then, when we get on the phone together…we create a simple step-by-step plan for action and success.

During these calls…I often find a few very well placed questions to be the key…

One of these questions is two part, “Where and How do your perfect target customers make their buying decisions?”

Of course, this question means you have to know who your perfect target customer is, but that’s a subject for another post.

So let me ask you the questions…

Where does your perfect target customer make their buying decisions?

How do they make their buying decisions?

These are important questions. If 90% of your target market makes their buying decision based on referrals, quit wasting your time running Adwords advertising…or any type of other advertising. If 70% of their decisions are based on media reviews, you know it’s time to work harder on PR.

How are they currently buying from you?
How are they buying from your competitors?
What is the most influential key to their buying decision?

One of my absolute favorite questions is, “How can I cost effectively get my offer in front of a group of hungry customers?”

I call this “plug-in profits.” For example, my books are listed on Amazon…because that’s one of the places people like to buy books. They already have traffic built in. They already have people searching for books. Ebay is another site like this. They already have traffic, and you can tap into their traffic very low cost.

Who else already sells to my customers? Do they have a list? What can I uniquely offer the list owner and the list members? Which one is easier…to build a site that generates a ton of traffic or JV with someone who already has the traffic. Of course, you should be working on your site, but that takes time. You can generate profits right now, today, by finding a way to tap into traffic that already exists.

It may be a product JV where you give them 75% of the profits from the first sale. It could also be something much more simple. You might write them an exclusive expert article they feature in their newsletter or on their site.

Even general “article submissions” are based on this principle…tapping into lists and traffic that already exist.

Perhaps you give them your product to include as a bonus with their offer. I’ve been on both sides of this type of transaction…where I freely allow another marketer to include my ebook with their offer and where I’ve included someone else’s product in my offer.

You don’t get any profits upfront, but you’re putting your value in the hands of a perfect target customer (make sure they qualify before you set-up the deal).

You can generate plug-in profits off the Internet as well. Have someone send out a mailing to their clients to recommend your product or service. Speak for an upcoming event (where someone else puts people in a room to hear you). Do a teleconference for someone’s list. Negotiate for free or discount coupons to be given out at the sales desk where your target customers visit.

For example, a new gym promoted themselves by allowing a local nutrition store to give away a free one month membership to their buying customers. Who else could model this? The massage therapist, chiropractor, etc. could follow suit to the same audience.

Who right now has your target customers buying from them? How can you make them an irresistible offer? I’ve dealt in industries where it’s not legal to pay a referral fee. That doesn’t matter. There is always another way to get something done. Do a cross mailing…where they mail their customers about you and you mail yours about them. Include something free you normally sell that they can use as an incentive to sell more to their customers.

There are so many variations on this theme…

It all comes down to three simple questions.

1. Who is already reaching my perfect target customer?
2. How can I be of service and make a unique irresistible offer to the vendor?
3. What would be irresistible to their clients to “try out” what I offer?

Who Is Your Mentor?

April 2, 2007

Who is your mentor? Who is helping you achieve the success you want from your business and life?

The worst way to start or run any business is as a lone ranger. It’s a prescription for failure.

Find out who has accomplished the goals you want to reach. Find out who has done it before you. Get ahold of their roadmap. Follow their plan.

Some people don’t want to pay to learn…or work with a mentor. Big mistake. They’ll say, “Experience is the best teacher.” Of course it is. It’s also the most expensive.

You can save thousands of dollars in mistakes from a $20 book. You can move yourself years forward in you business through the right training course. You can reach a level of success you’ve never expected from a coaching program.

Let me ask you two simple questions. How much have you spent on all your TVs, cable, satellite, and movies? How much have you spent on your library? If your TV bill adds up to more, you’re in serious trouble in the long-term.

When I first came online, there weren’t any “Internet gurus.” I wanted to learn this business. So I went out and bought materials from the top direct marketing experts offline….including Jay Abraham, Dan Kennedy, Ted Nicholas, and others.

Jay Abraham’s materials clicked the best with me…and I’ve put together quite a collection including his Ultimate Protege Mentor Program, Your Marketing Genius At Work, Mr. X Book, How to Get From Where You Are to Where you Want to Be, Stealth Marketing, and his Consulting Scripts. And I know I’m forgetting other materials of his I have around here.

In fact, I engrossed myself in his materials so extensively in the beginning that my clients told me they saw his influence in the first couple of products I created. Of course, my products have always been from my unique slant and personality. It was just noticeable where my first foundation in marketing came from.

I never joined a “mentor” program and never spoke to him personally. Yet, I still considered him one of my mentors for the first few years because I was rabidly consuming everything he put out.

Recently I decided to give all 35 CDs and audio tapes from his 2002 Mastermind Marketing Program as a free giveaway on April 6th to one person who makes a linkback to my posting. This blog received 2,116 visitors on Friday (a very high day). How many of them entered the contest by making a linkback? I only count 13 over the whole weekend.

Not a lot of people took action…and all it required from a blog posting with a link there. Interesting…

If you want to be entered for a chance to win, see the post here…

If you’re interested in finding out how to join my own mentoring and coaching program, click here…

5 Coaching Questions That Will Change Your Life

March 29, 2007

I’ve discovered that asking the right question is probably the most vital skill you can have when coaching clients. We often push ourselves into confusion and despair…and can’t figure a way out of the “mess” we’re in because we’re asking ourselves the wrong questions.

The reason you’re not achieving your goals, don’t feel fulfilled, and aren’t having the time of your life is simply because you have yet to ask yourself the right question.

Here are 5 winning questions to start you off…

What motivates you in life right now?

Why do you get up in the morning? What is worth getting out of bed for? Is your spouse or your children? Is it because you love your job? What is that makes life worth living for you TODAY?

If you don’t know the answer to that question, it’s pretty hard to get up and going. I could ask another similar question that might shed a little light on this. What are you grateful for right now? It’s easy to get down in the dumps about things that are going wrong. What’s going right? What are you grateful for? If you have trouble with that question refer back to this post:

What is currently preventing you from reaching this goal?

You set your goals. You know where you want to be 30 days, 90 days, 1 year, and 3 years from now. What is keeping you from reaching those goals? If you’re like me, you’ve probably set similar goals before…and you didn’t reach them. You might have become frustrated and set the same goal again.

What is it that’s keeping you from reaching that goal? Don’t ever ask if it’s because you don’t have enough willpower. That’s one of the wrong questions (eliminating the wrong questions is just as important as using the right ones). You can accomplish any real goal you set for yourself, although you can’t always accomplish the goals OTHER people set for you (again another major topic).

What can you eliminate in your life to help you reach your goal this time? This leads us right into the next question…

What are you tolerating right now in your business and personal life?

Goal setting is valuable, and you should do it in every area of life. Do you realize that figuring out what you’re currently tolerating in your life is often even more motivating? I’ve discovered this in my own life…and the lives of those I coach with.

What are you currently tolerating in your life? This includes anything you “put up with,” things that sap your energy, and compromises you’ve talked yourself into. There are only two motivations in life…pain and pleasure. You move toward pleasure and away from pain. What all is causing pain in your life right now?

Make a list. Then develop a simple plan of eliminating each thing you’re tolerating from your life. I’ll definitely talk more about this one in the future.

What are you willing to do in the next 30 days?

What’s the plan? I’ve learned to change from simply giving people a plan to asking what you’re willing to do? Then develop a plan from there. Who cares if you buy a step-by-step system of success if you’re not willing to do 50% of the steps? It won’t work. Could you imagine baking a cake by only following 50% of the recipe’s instructions. You’ll have a mess…not a cake.

There are dozens of ways to succeed online. In fact, most marketers go into serious information overload and information paralysis because of so much available information. The question isn’t what all works. Lots of techniques work. The question is which techinques will you work?

If you keep doing what you’ve always been doing, nothing will change. What actions are you willing to take over the next 30 days to reach your goal?

Where are your customers currently buying products similar to yours?

This one is a business coahing question I use from time to time. Instead of jumping in and using all the Internet marketing and offline marketing techniques available to you, spend some time figuring out how to reach your perfect client. Describe them in detail. Where can you find them? What are they currently buying? How can you best reach them?

In one of my own recent projects, I asked myself this question. The answer was I would find one of the specific groups I wanted only by speaking and publicity.

I wouldn’t find them online…at least not in the numbers I wanted. I couldn’t reach them with Google Adwords. Ebay wasn’t a very good option. They couldn’t be targeted by ezines cost effectively. In fact, none of the “normal” internet marketing techniques would be a good way of reaching this specific target market.

By asking yourself this question, you’ll save both time and money. Your target market is buying something. Who are they buying it from? And how do they come to their buying decision? It may not be the same way you do…

How Much Do You Earn Per Hour?

March 2, 2007

I dare you.  If you own a business, sit down and figure out how many hours you worked this month.  Add every hour you’re working, and every hour you’re studying for your business.  Anytime that’s involved in your business should be used.

Now write down how much money you’e earned this month.  And no, I definitely don’t mean how much you grossed. How much did you keep?  You might have grossed $100,000 but your net is only $10,000.  Use the net amount…the money you can put in the bank or spend.

How much did you earn this month? 

I’ve done this with clients. It’s downright scary at times.  You may have earned a good amount, but you worked 80 hours to do it.  You might have did better working a $10 an hour job…at least they pay overtime after 40 hours. 

If you don’t know where you are right now, how can you ever figure out how to get to where you’re going?  So do the math.  Know your starting point for today.

Most entrepreneurs work far too many hours.  They trade their life away on the treadmill of hours for dollars.

Remember this…

Entrepreneurs are paid for the value they create…not the hours they put in.

Too many people go around asking themselves, “How can I make more money?”

That’s the wrong question.  Ask the wrong question and you’ll get the wrong answer.  The correct question is, “How can I create more value?”

Change the question to where you’re focusing on others instead of yourself.  Zig Ziglar often says, “You can get everything in life you want if you just help enough other people get what they want.” 

How can you create more value for others?  This is even more important.  How can you create this value ONE time and get paid on it forever?

Find out more by clicking here now…

7 Practical Ways to Earn More By Working Less

February 19, 2007

The motto of my coaching business is Earn More, Work Less, and Enjoy Life! This is something every business owner wants, but they often feel it’s too difficult to achieve.  Too many of us have been programmed by the employee mindset of working hours for dollars. 

Employees get paid by the number of hours they put in.  Entrepreneurs get paid based on the value they create for others…whether they’re actively working or not.

Here are 7 practical steps to begin on the road to earning more by working less.

#1 – Hire a Personal Assistant

Quit trying to be a one man (or woman) show.  Even if you’re currently a small business of just one person (such as a home business, life coach, or real estate agent), you can’t do it all yourself.  Hire someone to help you with the routine tasks of answering emails and phone calls.  Have them do secretarial work.

Figure out what parts of your current work can easily be handled by someone else.  Either hand it to a staff member or outsource it.

#2 – Eliminate the Time Vampires

Quit wasting your time.  That short call you had to answer became a 30 minute delay.  The email you once answered for a non-client has produced 10 additional emails and help requests from the same person…who still hasn’t purchased.  That individual who stopped by your office for a quick word with you is still here after one hour.

Try putting an egg timer on your desk and remind yourself every call or contact needs to get to the point within the next 3 minutes.

#3 – Quit Working On Your Weaknesses

We’re told to acknowledge and work on our weaknesses to be a well rounded person.  Forget about it!  Acknowledge your weaknesses, but quit trying to work on them.  Build a team and hand off responsibilities where you’re weak.  Concentrate on your strengths and giftings. You do what you do best.  Hire out the rest. 

If you’re horrible at writing, hire a copywriter.  If you don’t like administrative paperwork, hand it off to someone else who’s qualified.

#4 – Raise Your Prices

I’ve helped many businesses develop their unique client focus.  In a few cases, they were one of the lowest cost options.  Yet this is NOT the unique client focus I prefer to have.  It’s the most difficult one to build a business on.  I’d much rather see you use one of the other 17 ways to develop your uniqueness in the marketplace.

You’ll often find that by raising your prices and focusing on a more upscale market segment, you’ll eliminate many of the time consuming problems of your business.

#5 – Work One Less Day a Week

If you want to make more money, work one less day a week.  It sounds crazy, but it has been proven time and time again.  If you’re currently working 6 days a week, drop to 5.  If you’re working 5 days, drop to 4.  By removing one day from your schedule, you’ll be forced to focus more on the days you’re working.  You cut the garbage out and get down to business.

You’ll quickly find that a lot of the things you used to think were essential weren’t needed at all.

#6 – Take Time to Plan

Plan the schedule for your next day in the last 5 minutes of the day.  Plan your schedule for next week on the last ten minutes of your last day of the week.  Take out one day every quarter to plan the next 90 days for your business.  This is only a small investment each day, but it pays huge dividends for what you accomplish.  Of course you can purchase a time management course, but this is the simple basis of planning your time.

Decide on the essentials that must be done in the coming period.  And always plan time to work on your business instead of just in your business.

#7 – Hire a Coach

It’s so easy to keep following the status quo.  I’m sure you’ve heard that one definition for insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result.  If you want to earn more while working less, you have to make some changes.  And the absolute best way to make these changes is bring in someone from the outside.  They have a different viewpoint and experiences in helping other entrepreneurs just like you.

A good business coach knows how to ask the right questions to help you discover exactly how to transform your business into a profitable business instead of just a low paying job.

Earn More by Working Less

February 16, 2007

It sounds reasonable that the more hours you work, the more mone you’ll make.  This idea comes from the employee mindset where you’re trading hours for dollars.  If you’re working as an employee, you get paid more by working more hours.

Too many entrepreneurs come into business with this same concept.  They think that by working longer hours they’re make a greater income.  I’ve found this rarely to be the case for entrepreneurs.  Sure, it may work in the short-term, but over the long-term you may suffer both burn-out and sickness. 

Notice I said “may” in the above sentence.  Something you will definitely suffer is a lack of ideas. You’ll get in such a routine of doing things the same way every time that you never advance…you never grow…and you never build better systems.

I have never had a breakthrough idea while sitting at my desk…not once.  I’ve had some decent ideas while working, but they have never been ones that radically transformed my own business.  My best ideas for both improving my own business and ad copy hooks have always come while relaxing, playing games, riding the ATV, etc. 

Let me explain this from the viewpoint of writing ad copy.  When you write an ad, you first interview the business owner, their employees, and a few of their customers.  You also research the marketplace, read competitive ads, and get your hands on as much information as possible about the subject.

Then you take a break.  Take your spouse to a movie.  Play with the dog.  Take a nap.  Do something relaxing.  You’ve worked your conscious mind by doing all your research.  Now you let your subconscious mind work on the problem. 

During this break period is when you’ll find your “hook.”  If you don’t take the break, you’ll often end up writing run-of-the-mill “normal” ad copy that looks like everything else in the marketplace.  Taking the break gives your subconscious mind time to work on the problem and discover something unique to present to the marketplace.

Now, let’s move this out to the rest of your business.  You might hire a professional copywriter for all your writing.  You just do _______ (insert your business title here).

Michael Gerber says that many business owners aren’t really entrepreneurs.  They’ve just suffered an entrepreneurial seizure.  You’re good at what you do…so you start a business offering your services.  Your primary goal was often to have unlimited income potential and to be your own boss.

That dream becomes a nightmare for many business owners.  I recommend you take time today to figure out exactly how many hours a week you’re working.  This includes any studying or research you do for your business. 

You may find you’ve been working some serious overtime without compensation.  If you were working as an employee, there are laws to protect you from this.  As a business owner, you can work yourself to death if you like.  I’ve found a large number of entrepreneurs who made more money per hour when they were an employee. 

If you want to profit from a business, you must start thinking like an entrepreneur.  This means you don’t earn money based on the hours you work.  You earn a profit based on two primary principles:

  1. The value you create for your customers, clients, patients, etc.
  2. The systems you put in place to contact and deliver the value.

You may be great at delivering value to your clients.  They love you and what you’ve done for them.  That’s good.  You’re ahead in the game.  Now you just have to develop systems for each step in the delivery process.

Develop systems to market your product.  Find ways to put multiplication marketing to work for you.  Marketing is by the far the biggest leverage point in any business.  I’ve seen ads improve by up to 18 times.  I’ve had a single one word headline change in an ad improve the results of a website by almost 50%. 

Develop systems to deliver your product or service. Even if you’re in a service business where you deliver the product yourself, you should turn it into a system where anyone else with your basic qualifications or education could easily step in with the exact same level of service. 

Your employees should have systematic training.  For example, the sales people should have the sales scripts and questions to ask clients.   People who work in the back should have a procedure manual that outlines step-by-step how to do their job.  You can even include photos of each step help them along the way. 

Many businesses go into collapse when they lose a vital employee because they’ve never put a system in place around that job.  They didn’t create a training guide.  They didn’t outline the steps.  They didn’t create a checklist of how to do the job right. 

You may be thinking that what I just mentioned sounds like a lot of work.  You’d be right.  It is a lot of work.  You only have to do it once though.

The motto of every entrepreneur should be work once and get paid forever.  Employees work, work, and work some more for every paycheck they get.  If you’re just working and barely making it, you’re not an entrepreneur.  You’re not a business owner.  Quit lying to yourself.  You’re a poorly paid employee with a bad benefit program. 

Create your own systems…and then you’re an entrepeneur.  Work once and get paid forever.

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