Michael Pasha: Probably similar to you I’m always looking for ways to make more money. Years ago I discovered that people like you and me all over the world were making money online without the need of a physical business location.
Some worked in teams but many were just individuals selling their own products or marketing other people’s product and getting a cut of the profits.
I quickly fell in love with internet business because not only does it have great opportunities for making more money but that money can be made whenever and from wherever you choose to work.
I decided right than and there that I wanted in…
I love spending time with my family so I didn’t want a business that would take me away from them for too long. I also wanted something with low start up cost because I didn’t have a lot of money to start with.
I knew that trying to get rick quick was a waste of time and money. Even doing everything right wasn’t a guarantee. The statistics on how many business start every year and how many fail are staggering. This is even true for people starting internet businesses.
The failure rate for start ups has always been high but I think one thing fueling a lot of failure these days is the idea that making money will be quick and easy.
We’ve all heard the glamorous stories of the people who dropped out of college and started an App that within a year was bought buy Facebook for $5 billion; or the story of the internet marketer who started a blog, YouTube channel or podcast not too long ago and is now marking a million dollars a year working 4 hours a week.
Time Stamped Show Notes:
What’s up in your world? [00:49]
Is Internet Ballers still available? [01:35]
What’s the website that we can go to find out more? [03:14]
The last time we spoke, you were expecting. What’s going on there? [03:40]
Are you still married? [04:09]
How was what you’ve been doing affected your wife? [05:35]
Have you had a conversation with death? [07:00]
On preparation and luck [08:50]
In closing, is there anything else you’d like to share with our amazing audience? [10:03]