The $10M Questions to Earn More Online

If I could get a guy who makes $10,000,000.00 per year to share all his philosophies and strategies, and answer the most frequently asked questions in our industry, would you listen?

Well, I hope so. I wish someone had just looked me in the eye like this at the beginning of my career and answered these 10 questions.

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Watch this video to see what I’m talking about:

This is Brendon Burchard answering all the questions his $10k clients often ask. I think it’s applicable to anyone who wants to earn more online and build a real expert brand.

And I just love the format too – no gimmicks or whiz-bang video theatrics. It’s really just Brendon sitting there talking openly and directly to you. He made $10m in 12 months by following these strategies and philosophies. What’s more amazing is that all he’s doing is sharing his advice with the world and making a difference (and fortune) while doing it.

You can become a highly-paid expert sharing your advice, experience, and life wisdom. Brendon and his videos just keep proving it over and over.

Great stuff, and a must-watch. Take notes!

5 Most Lucrative Paths to Monetizing Your Knowledge

Did you see Brendon Burchard has passed over 9,500 comments on his Experts Academy series? Incredible. Now he’s doing a complimentary webinar that I think is a ‘must-attend.’

Brendon is teaching a webinar called the “5 Most Lucrative Paths to Monetizing Your Advice & How-To Content Online.” It doesn’t cost anything, and you can register here:

You’ll learn:

— Which marketing strategies work best online TODAY
— Why people would pay you thousands for YOUR advice
— What types of advice and content you should release (and when)
— Five example paths that all lead to $1,000,000

If, and I mean IF, it were possible to make that kind of revenue online — I mean millions of dollars — leveraging your genius and life experience, how would you begin?

It’s a tough question and a perplexing problem that Brendon had to ask himself years ago when he was on the verge of bankruptcy. Back then, he had nothing but a dream to inspire and instruct people on how to improve their lives.

Then, as you’ve probably heard, Brendon made $4.6 million in under 24 months by leveraging his advice through books, speeches, seminars, coaching, and online training and information marketing.

He told me that money never meant much to him — because he never had any — but he had to learn how to get revenue coming in to sustain his message and mission.

So, he put together a plan.

On this one-time only webinar, he’ll share his five favorite paths to making $1,000,000 online. Of course, not everyone will be able to do it. But I’m glad Brendon is ambitious enough for you to teach it anyway.

To register for the webinar, click here:

Personally, I think sharing your voice and advice with the world is a worthwhile endeavor whether you make money or not, but as Brendon says, “You might as well be compensated for what you know, and earn an income for all the impact you can have.”

Take notes. It’s going to be a great webinar.

Simple Reasons Why Your Start-Up Will Crash

Thinking about doing a start-up?  Congratulations, I applaud your ambition and drive.  Just remember, you have now committed yourself to a future full of uncertainty and adventure.  Even though I will be stepping you through some cautionary advice, (like my older brother always does to me before any launch – someone has to play devil’s advocate, right?), the focus of this article is to stay encouraged and focused.  Just don’t make these simple mistakes.  I’ll step you through them on a simple level so it is easy for you to understand and take in.

As much as I believe you are the exception to the rule, studies show that the vast majority of new businesses fail.  It is possible to get a successful business venture the first time around but the chances are against it. Understanding why entrepreneurship efforts fall short could keep you from experiencing the same fate.  Here is the list from my experience:

Trying to contend against the leaders

Most business men start off wanting to be the most successful in the entire industry.  The big mistake made is competing with large companies within the same niche.  Large companies possess a large resource pool and a solid client base permitting them to easily get rid of competition by offering lower prices, using superior advertising techniques etc.  A brand new business with fewer resources ought to find creative methods to succeed in an industry.  In other words, quit being a hero and go smaller sized. The more compact your niche, the more targeted your customers are.  There is a saying which says “if everyone is your consumer, than no one is your customer.”

Trying to do almost everything

An entrepreneur that tries to handle many aspects of a business can become ineffective and therefore lead to failure. This over-generalization prevents you from concentrating on the accessible resources on providing exceptional services to clients.  The inferior services provided repel clients.  An entrepreneur should concentrate on supplying the best services on a particular niche, and should go for a niche that has the opportunity to cultivate and is currently underserviced.  A little research will bring out a few untapped opportunities.  Even most important, outsource whenever you can.  The power of delegation can go a long way.  You would be surprised what can be done just be simply empowering other people.

Not having sufficient funds

This leads to a lot of failures.  Undervaluing how much capital you will need to operate this company until it becomes profitable will most certainly spell doom for your business.  This is because expenses previously overlooked occur at the most unexpected times. This will drain your business fund causing a failure.  An excellent idea will not develop into huge profits without adequate funding.

Having an incompetent team

The team the founder goes into business with will determine whether or not the venture will succeed. Most entrepreneurs create an incompetent team or go into business with individuals for the wrong reasons.  Running a company is very challenging and possessing a team that cracks under pressure will result in failure.  You will need to select your team cautiously, not simply off their LinkedIn profile or resume.  Everyone has to have a common vision and push to succeed.

Going into business for weak reasons

Many entrepreneurs go into business for flimsy reasons.  For example, a young man can begin a software development company so that he can be the next billionaire without sufficient planning on how to achieve it.  These weak reasons don’t stand the test of time causing a person to give up along the way.

Micromanaging the business

A business owner is supposed to simultaneously handle many aspects of the business. This enables you to lose sight of business goals.  To avert this, you need to develop the ability of delegating duties to your team members.  Micromanaging a business also creates animosity in the team as they believe their skills and input is not valued enough.  Micromanagement has spelt doom for many businesses.  Enable your employees and provide them possibilities to create within their positions. This assurance in your people will build an infectious and positive culture in the organization.

Re-read these words of advice over and over again.  Once that is soaked it, I would recommend studying some other tales of caution in the start-up world.  They were instrumental on the early success of my own start-up.  Best of luck to everyone.  If you feel I have missed some ideas, I would love to hear your thoughts in the comment section.


Author Bio:

Tanner Mangum is a start-up rookie, snowboarder, proud father of 2 and marketing director at Kangarew, home of the coolest iphone wallet case on the planet.


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Maid Cleaning Service: New Trend in House Cleaning

Many families of today who are busy on their jobs and career tend to forget to do some or all house cleaning. We can understand with that if they love more of their jobs and career than their house. But being busy is not at all an excuse to do house cleaning. In these times when there are many house cleaning services around offering to do household chores, cleaning our house is just a phone call away.

Maid cleaning service typically offers to clean your bathroom, kitchen, and other rooms. In the bathroom, maids certainly perform general dusting. They will clean bathtub, shower tiles, shower door, vanity and sink, mirrors and fixtures. They wipe and disinfect floors, clean disinfecting toilets and remove cobwebs. In the kitchen, they will also perform general dusting. They will clean outside of range hood, top and front of range, sink, front of other appliances. They also vacuum and mop floors, remove cobwebs and wipe out microwave. While in other rooms, maids will probably clean furnitures, vacuum stairs and empty closet floors. They will also vacuum and dust mop wood floors, remove dust from picture frames, mini blinds and cobwebs. Moreover, they also offer additional services to please the working family. This is what Maid Service Washington DC does.

Before, maid service is only a privilege to the rich but it’s no longer true today. Working husband and wife and whose income can afford to outsource such an easy household chores, adopt the new trend to hire maid service who can assume their responsibility in cleaning their house.

Hiring maid services maybe more expensive than simply hiring a full-time or part-time maid, but it offers three great advantages. First, cleaning services provider will not only provide maids to do house cleaning, but also valuable cleaning supplies. Second, families will no longer shoulder additional expenses in giving social security, health insurance, foods, to name a few. And third, cleaning services provider is insured and often bonded, so you can held them accountable if something is missing in your jewelry box.


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