“how much did des and chris get on who wants to be a millionaire _how to become a dot com millionaire”

Thanks John for your warming, I just watched their video like 3 hours ago. Didn’t sign up. I googled them and found out they are crocks big time… After they found out I didn’t make $97 payment, they hv been emailing me like crazy……… It’s sad how some people becomes millionaire from broke people….

“So I’m sitting here in my home office with Ron’s bumper stickers (“The Less I Do, The More I Make” and “Don’t Listen To The Morons, Listen to More Ron”) at eye level, and I thought I would take time from my 24/7 obsession with real estate to send you all at Global a note from LA Land. I’ve been working at this real estate business for some time now, and, like a lot of investors, I’m still trying to figure out what works here and how to make it work for us. Yes, I know real estate works anywhere, but discovering the kind that works best in my backyard, how to find it and do the best deal possible is my goal. That’s why my husband and I signed up with Brian and Lynette Wolff for mentoring. Now that was a smart move. Mentoring wasn’t our top priority at the time, although I did think it would be a good idea. I don’t know what happened, but I decided at the last QTRE Boot Camp that my best and last chance to make this real estate business work was mentoring with the Wolffs. And somehow I also instinctually knew that I could work with these people and together success would be ours. We’ve been in the mentoring program for some time now and we can’t tell you how pleased we are with Wolff’s responses, guidance and support. Those once-a-week phone calls are really a lifesaver. They can find gold in garbage and show us the garbage in what we thought was gold. And I can’t tell you how reassuring it is to know that when we have a question or an issue and send off an e-mail or fax, they respond in an amazingly short time. (I’m sure they’re not standing by the fax machine waiting for our faxes, but it sure seems that way.) I don’t how they manage to keep everything straight, but they not only have a handle on what we’ve done during the week, but also everything else we talked about on the phone and suggestions for the next week. And just when my spirits are at their lowest – there’s Lynette on the other end of the line, “Hi, guys! How’s it going?” Her enthusiasm should be traded on the stock market. I can’t say for sure if we would still be ‘in the game’ if it hadn’t been for the Wolffs, but I can tell you that you made one of the best decisions in Global history to get them on board as mentors. It sure was the best decision we made to join their team. We’re still trying to discover what works here and what works with us. I am so looking forward to calling up Dennis one Tuesday morning and announcing that, ‘YES! Ron was right! It DOES work here!’ Wall of Fame – here we come.” Students: Pamela Baergen & Alain Carpenter Mentors: Brian & Lynette Wolff

Motivation is Contagious: I started out Linda’s Stuff by selling my sons’ pricey video games— for all of which I knew the prices. After my kid’s supply of video games was depleted, I started selling my own clothing, shoes and accessories. When people saw I was getting top dollar on the items I was listing, the more people wanted to sell with me. Motivation, as I always say, is contagious.

The reason most people aren’t successful is because they either fear or avoid marketing. For the same reason, most people are bad teachers. They’re more focused on content than the delivery and design of that content.

Shopkick: This app pays for your shopping trip regardless you buy or not. You will be paid in “kicks” that could be redeemable for gift cards or store discounts. The app works on both iPhone and Android.

He sold the rocks as “hassle-free” pets, complete with a pet training manual and a card board box fashioned after a pet carrier. The rocks were an instant hit and turned into one of the greatest fads of all time.

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There were a few millionaires I knew at the conference, and I was able to connect with their friends, who were also millionaires. One of the millionaires I invited was John Hall from Influence and Co, and he brought the alcohol! It cost me zero dollars. Great connections were made, and it was a really fun night.

I’m a 43 yr old Mother of 3 boys, married and living pay check to pay check. I want to learn how to invest smart. I’ve been working since I was 16, I wish I was taught this in my 20s. I want to become a millionaire before I’m 60.

Amazon’s Mechanical Turk is merely a step above those survey-taking, video watching scams.  Well mostly because it’s run by the most legitimate company in the world – Amazon.  You get paid very small (usually around $0.06-0.08) per task for very mundane tasks.  If you have a ton of time on your hands you could make some money.  But don’t expect to be living large in the 1st world off this income.

First and foremost, I’m very hesitant to purchase ebooks because most don’t have enough good info or are just methods for the author to promote their products. This ebook is completely different! Yes, there are a few links for *free* resources, but the vast majority of the book is pure helpful knowledge. Now, I am a complete noob to flipping so everything was new to me. I’m glad it was well written, easy to read, and easy to understand. There are a lot of great examples to help you hone in and understand the concepts. I will definitely be referring to this book as I start my house flipping career. Definitely a must read for anyone who is seriously considering flipping a house!

Brandon Turner (G+ | Twitter) spends a lot of time on BiggerPockets.com. Like… seriously… a lot. Oh, and he is also an active real estate investor, entrepreneur, traveler, third-person speaker, husband, and author of “The Book on Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down“, and “The Book on Rental Property Investing” which you should probably read if you want to do more deals.

It’s understandable, because once we adopt the mind-shift that we can control more than we’ve let on ourselves to believe, then the onus is on us—we can’t be the passive spectators anymore. Our actions will determine our outcomes.

I am hoping my success story involves a combination of the blog and consulting. I’ve been really struggling with the consulting lately in an attempt at networking and obtaining more clients. Between the two blogs, keeping up with industry, and maintaining an amicable family relationship I find I am short on time. My wife has not worked for over 2 years so we are on a single income. We do have a child who takes a lot of time and money.

But unlike with the credit card reward programs, you earn points in more ways than just shopping – taking surveys, answering polls and quizzes, playing games, signing up for newsletters, visiting websites, etc.

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