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(New for 2014) My Private Rolodex

Over the past 7 years, I’ve been creating a secret diary.
A private collection of my favorite ghostwriters, copywriters,
graphic designers, virtual assistants, programmers, productivity
tools, and the best systems for automation and outsourcing.

I’ve spent the past few weeks updating it for 2014 with hundreds
of new resources. And I’m going to be releasing it for the very
first time to a few of our lucky subscribers.

But first… let me give you a quick sneak peek at what’s inside
my private rolodex…

Click Here for My 2014 Six-Figure Rolodex.

It’s like an early Christmas Present :)



How I Sold 450 Copies of My First Product

Note From the Editor: The following post was contributed by one of our long-time students and top affiliate – Joshua Zamora! If you’ve been following my blog for any amount of time you’ll know that I RARELY accept guest posts. They quite literally have to be powdered with gold dust for me to publish it here on

But when Joshua sent me this exclusive case study – I was smiling from ear to ear. If you’ve ever wanted a step-by-step guide to creating and selling your own product – this is a post to bookmark for future reference.

Please give Joshua a warm welcome, enjoy and share!

This is kind of personal. (my story)

(Quick Note: this blog post gets kind of personal.
Just a quick warning for you ;)

Before I get into the personal stuff I’d like to say
a HUGE ‘Thank You!’ to everyone who has joined in
on the Birthday Bash.

We just hit 100 new members this morning!!

That’s a lot of party hats :)

But I won’t rest until we’ve built the biggest community
of passionate entrepreneurs online.

People who are committed to creating a business that
truly matters!

Now I’ve got something kind of personal to
share with you.

It’s the story of my first $1,000 day.

This was an incredibly significant day for
many personal reasons – which you’ll find
out in a bit…

I’m sick and tired! (please don’t ignore)

I’ve got a little bit of a rant today…

I don’t do this often.


I think it’s high-time that we had a wake-up call
in this industry.

You see – this business has been good to me.

I eat, sleep, and breathe this stuff.

It’s like the best video game on earth :)

But there are some others out there who want to
ruin it for the rest of us.

Instead of providing massive value, they’re shelling
out crap and putting a pretty bow on it.

Not cool.

There are other marketers who pretend to “care” about
their customers – but don’t seem to be able to answer
any emails.

Also not cool.

There are others who are trying to build “relationships”
with other marketers but at the end of the day – all
they really want is for them to promote their product.

Definitely not cool.

A relationship online is just like a relationship offline.

It’s a LOT more than just contacting someone when you
want them to promote for you.

Think about the people in your life who ONLY call when
they ‘need’ something. You probably avoid even answering
the phone if you have caller id :)

Building a relationship means YOU put in the effort first.

It means asking about their family. It means caring your
face off. It means asking the OTHER person what YOU can
do for them FIRST!!

Lots of people think you need 100’s of JV partners…

But the truth is you only need a handful of ‘strategic’
partners. People like you who are committed to providing
massive value to their customers and subscribers.

Things start to snowball from there.

If you look at any of the most successful businesses
online – you’ll find that almost ALL of them have
formed strategic alliances with other marketers.

No one gets to the top by themselves. You simply cannot
build your business to its greatest potential without
also building relationships with other like-minded entrepreneurs.

Give unconditionally – and it will come back 100x.

And if it doesn’t – don’t worry about it.

Being a good person ALWAYS wins out.

Sure… sometimes it’s hard.

Sometimes it includes many late nights and coffee refills ;)

But it’s worth it!

Business is a creative outlet.

A chance to serve at a higher level.

And at the end of the day, building a business
is one of the greatest journeys you’ll ever take.

So keep it REAL!

And do it right.

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