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The program that pays me best is for USA and Canada only if you want to start with no up front cost, otherwise for $29 anyone can get started. I do have a list builder that grew my $3 to get in to $200 in a few months that one is International. PM me and I'll help you out.

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I like the Earning and Income part of Money Talk alot and I know there are some brilliant people here so lets see if someone was to come to you and say give me a realistic plan to raise $5000 in six months what would you tell them. I ask a friend of mine he said get a partime job that pays about $12.50 per hr and do 25 hrs per week. He is not wrong the maths is correct but I don't know about my body after those six months so let see that you guys have to says.


The fastest way would be to find someone who has a problem so serious, that you have to charge them $5,000.00 to solve it for them.

It might take some time to find people with those kinds of problems, but once you do, you should be able to get the $5,000.00 in less than six months...
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The fastest way would be to find someone who has a problem so serious, that you have to charge them $5,000.00 to solve it for them.


While you're looking I will find 100 people with a $50 problem I can solve much easier. I already have 20 this month so I am right on track.

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While you're looking I will find 100 people with a $50 problem I can solve much easier. I already have 20 this month so I am right on track.


You solve the small problems and I'll focus on the big ones...There are more than enough problems to go around... Laughing
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What kind so problem should I look for to solve
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What kind so problem should I look for to solve

Any one you have the background to tackle. I look for Internet Promotion and Making Money problems.

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Solving the problem of "Making Money" -- wow, that sure covers a wide field!! Laughing

Surely, you've got no lack of business in that field -- there must be a crowd beating down your doors!! Laughing

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Solving the problem of "Making Money" -- wow, that sure covers a wide field!! Laughing

Surely, you've got no lack of business in that field -- there must be a crowd beating down your doors!! Laughing

As a matter of fact they are, once I get past the skepticism.

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My main problem with making money is the discipline to apply myself to something that doesn't capture my interest. Money itself isn't my main driver. Somebody could hand me a guaranteed system to make as much money as I wanted so long as I applied myself to the system. But if I didn't find the application interesting, enjoyable, challenging, I won't succeed at it.

I don't care how good at making money something is, it won't work for everyone. In fact, it can't work for everyone; you dont' want it to work for everyone -- if it worked equally well for everyone then we'd all be billionaires, but it wouldn't mean anything because when everybody has the same amount of money, the price of what can be bought adjusts itself to the amount of money there is. In fact, the fewer the people it works for, the better it works for them. It's the differential that makes people rich, not the absolute amount.

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As you know I'm retired, so working with people is my passion. That's why the Internet has been such a boon to me.

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Me, I'm not a people-person at all. I like helping people with their problems in areas I have some knowledge about, doing it on various forums. But as far as networking with them for financial gain, I can't do it. I tried selling insurance once. I spent 5 - 10 hrs on a prospect, when all I could in all honesty pitch was a term policy. And I felt like a leech asking for names. Some people can do it. I can't. I prefer to stick with what I can do and what I like to do. If I like to do it, then I'm good at it. Selling was not something I liked nor was it something I was good at.

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Me, I'm not a people-person at all. I like helping people with their problems in areas I have some knowledge about, doing it on various forums. But as far as networking with them for financial gain, I can't do it. I tried selling insurance once. I spent 5 - 10 hrs on a prospect, when all I could in all honesty pitch was a term policy. And I felt like a leech asking for names. Some people can do it. I can't. I prefer to stick with what I can do and what I like to do. If I like to do it, then I'm good at it. Selling was not something I liked nor was it something I was good at.

Believe me I understand where you're coming from and I felt the same way for many years. Then I lost my job and couldn't find another one, so with a family to feed I decided to create one. I spent the next 35 years as the primary salesman for my own software company. I purchased over $3,000 worth of training tapes over the first few years and listened to them in my car, which became my rolling university.

Bottom line is, anyone who says you have to be a born salesman to become one is working on false information. It's a skill that can be mastered like any other one can.

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You had the ultimate motivation to do so: feed yourself and your family. Wink

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You had the ultimate motivation to do so: feed yourself and your family. Wink

So now it's no longer about what anyone can or can't do, but how bad they want it. Now we are in perfect agreement.

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Ha! Check, but not checkmate. It's a combination of both. Not everyone CAN do ANYTHING no matter how bad they want it. It's simply a question of innate ability. I don't know what your background is, but say you had a background in, and a passion for, oh, teaching history, but now there wasn't any more need for history teachers, but there were opportunities that required knowledge of and expertise in particle physics. Oh, you could go back to school and go for a master's in physics, but chances are your brain isn't wired for that sort of learning, you don't have any background in it, you don't have the prerequisites for it, and no matter how badly you wanted to do it, you'd still fail. So.......why even attempt it?

You wouldn't waste your passion and your determination on trying out for the Olympic swim team, now would you? No matter how badly you want a Gold Medal, it's simply unobtainable for you. When you lost your job and had to find a different way to make a living, you picked something you could do.

Going back to my original comment: "it won't work for everyone." And I stand by that. It's simply the way life is.

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