Archive for February, 2017

Three Reasons Never To Click On Penny Hoarder Ads

February 2nd, 2017 No comments

Do you keep seeing Facebook ads for: “The Penny Hoarder?”  It’s a website that pumps out article after article of small ways to make small money from home.  Here’s why respectable people like you shouldn’t give them any web traffic: Their solutions are unsustainable.

I know as well as you that money gets tight but I also know that: “Tight money” is the symptom not the problem.  MTTB provides a consistent passive income stream that is a sure financial foundation.

It’s self disrespecting.  Think about the name: “Penny Hoarder.”  You’re not a Penny Hoarder.  You’re a hard worker willing to invest in a well-proven, time-tested money-making opportunity when it comes knocking.

Positive psychology benefits.  It does wonders for your psychology to know that the money you’re putting down on your kids’ education, your week long vacation or your down payment on a new car comes from your hard work at something you own.  Watching videos of celebrities and completing surveys doesn’t have that same effect.  If you’ve ever been tempted to click on Penny Hoarder, that’s a symptom.

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How To Know If You’re Getting A Real Business Education

February 1st, 2017 No comments

The home business industry is so full of duds that it’s hard to know when you’ve picked a winner.  Here’s another test: Do their offers include a real business education?  Start a man a business and feed him for a little while.  Teach a man to start a business and feed him for life.

Here’s one question I ask to sniff out a weak business education: Do they sell static materials or interactive opportunities?  I’m sure people say they’ve tried to sell you their e-books, their video series’, their webinar recordings, etc.  All that says is this: “I want you to drop hundreds of dollars for a static piece of teaching material that costs me nothing to produce.”

If you want an education, hold out for an opportunity that provides one on one coaching and a peer learning community.  Don’t let them trick you into thinking you need overpriced educational materials.

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