Quick Way To $50k This Month

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I know that number may seem unreachable, or huge
to you. Don't worry. It's not only possible it's really
pennies compared to the infinite possibilities there are
to generate income online.

My THEORY is that most peoples (Including marketers)
minds still haven't caught up with the power of the
internet.

Anyone who thinks about a "recession" mind hasn't
caught up with the power of the internet.

You think economic times can really stop you from making
a measly $50k per month online? Honestly.

The only reason you can't make $50k this month is
because of your limited mindset (PERIOD).

Forums like this are good to find gems, but as I find the
average marketer on here have severely limited minds. no offense.

I had a very limited mind to. Hell at one point I just wanted to make
$200 per day.

Now that I look back, it was me focusing on just $200 per day
that made me struggle to make that.

In my mind I was programmed to think you have to struggle
online before you made it big. Going from $2k - $5k- $10k - etc... per
month.

But the truth is you can go from $2k this month, to $20k the next month
to $50k, to $100k per month the next.

Now that sounds crazy right? Thats what I use to think.

But then once you really embody that you are only limited by your concepts of
limitation..

So in essence what you're doing is taking a limitless resource like THE INTERNET
and putting a cap on it. When you focus on just making $5k per month, and thats
your goal, then you're going to struggle and Journey to make $5k per month.

Me and my partner have been doing really extensive study into
the mind/spirit and how it relates to building a business.

I guarantee you, that once you say set a real goal of making
$50k this month. A few things will happen. (It happens for everybody)

I personally like to ask the question, "How Can I Provide $100k worth of
service and value."

Doesn't really matter how you phrase it.

Anyways once that happens you will begin to get some great
inspired ideas. And those ideas will generate at least $50k if
implemented.

So the million dollar question is, why don't you
implement the ideas that pop into your head?

Well for most people its a combination of Self Esteem / Limited Thinking

You may get the idea to go offline and start targeting small businesses
and helping them get online.

Now that will make your $50k this month.

Usually you'll find that right after that thought is the objection
thought.

"But I don't know enough about Internet marketing to help a business"

"I'm not smart enough"

"I haven't generated enough income online yet"

"I haven't struggled enough and built myself from the ground up"

Or 1 million other things that stops you dead in your tracks.

Then after the objection thought, the excuse mechanism kicks
in.

"I don't have enough resources to do that"

"The owner probably wouldn't talk to me anyone"

"I'm so busy I don't have the time".

Usually it goes like this

Great Idea - Objection - Excuse - Excuse - Excuse - New though/end of idea

Here is some reality for that ass...

If you were to keep asking yourself why, why not, and "Who said" after every
objection and excuse you'll find that executing that idea starts with
taking the first small step. Which leads into the next step, than the next.

It may just be picking up the phone.

I've found the biggest battle in making $50k in a month (online/offline)
really has nothing to do with generating traffic, building a list, or writing
sales copy.

The biggest battle is breaking out of the limited mentality box that you
see all over marketing/business forums, blogs, and other marketers.

Just because someone says you have to struggle for 6 months to
get to $50k per month doesn't mean it's true.

Most people limit themselves to the same terrible formula for making it
"Big online"

Squeeze Page - Sales page - $27-$97 product.

Of course selling a $27 product it's going to be hard to make $50k per month.

So ask yourself why the hell are you only selling a $27 product?

You should have at least at $1k consulting program in whatever niche
you're in.

In fact I would even say $5k. Again I find the problem isn't that you can't
find people that will gladly pay $5k for your services.

The problem is you don't believe your services are worth $5k.

But you have to realize you don't set the worth on your services.
You estimate it, and the customer has the final say.

(As a tip always under-estimate the value of your service)

Get out of the small limited box most struggling marketers are closed into.

Writing Articles
Submitting Blog Posts
Posting on Forums
Selling $47 ebooks

None of those things are going to get you to $50k this month. And personally
it takes to much energy.

I'll give you an example.

I'm in the music production niche'... When I started I just had an
ebook for sale. Then it graduated into an audio an ebook course.

Then it graduated to an ebook/Audio/Video course.

But at the end of the day I still could only charge $67-$97 bucks.

I'd have to sell alot of courses every month to make $100k per month.

Now Multi-platinum producers COME TO ME, to help them.

How much more can I charge a famouse multi-platinum producer
than someone sitting on the couch with the 9-5?

Here's where my revelation came. I could have started off
going after multi-platinum producers in the from day one.

What I'm teaching them I could have taught them when
I first started.

But my limited mindset told me that I had to do it the way
everybody else on forums etc... tell me to do it.

Now I realize that the resource we call the internet is
INFINITE and you don't have to limit "Internet Marketing"
to ebooks, squeeze pages, and blogs.

So if you want to make $50k this month, start by writing
it down, and when that great idea pops into your head,
just tackle it without delay.

Think outside of the box.

EDIT****

Due to the amount of people this post touched me and my partner
decided to create a few (FREE) No strings attatched videos to
help you grow your business.

http://www.DandGGlobal.com/growth
Daniel
#main internet marketing discussion forum #$50k #month #quick
  • Profile picture of the author DonTino
    Great post, thanks a lot for it.

    That one hit the nail on the head:
    The problem is you don't believe your services are worth $5k.

    But you have to realize you don't set the worth on your services.
    You estimate it, and the customer has the final say.
    Tino
  • Profile picture of the author James Schramko
    Fish for whales. I said the same thing in the offline thread. It is much easier to deal with your premium clients than to get a lot of small ones.
  • Profile picture of the author flnz400
    HOORAY! Now we're talking my talk! Good post.
    • Profile picture of the author Jason Fladlien
      Sounds great. How many 4 figure coaching and consulting programs to do you run, and how do you sell them? I'd be interested in knowing your methods so I can apply them to my business and make 50K a month as well, because I'm only making 10K right now.

      -Jason
  • Profile picture of the author luckystar
    Hello,
    Your write up can be called mentality expander.

    good work and remainder.
  • Profile picture of the author Ron Douglas
    Originally Posted by Daniel E Taylor View Post


    Get out of the small limited box most struggling marketers are closed into.

    Writing Articles
    Submitting Blog Posts
    Posting on Forums
    Selling $47 ebooks

    None of those things are going to get you to $50k this month. And personally
    it takes to much energy.

    Daniel
    I'm so glad you posted this Daniel because many people on this forum need to hear it.

    The months in which I've done over $50k were because my goal was more like $100k. And making that amount didn't include writing articles or the other small minded strategies preached as the bible on this forum every day.
  • Profile picture of the author Ken Preuss
    THANK YOU to one of my favorite posters here......who always tells it like it really is.

    If you are reading this thread still looking for a magic pill, re-read what Daniel wrote in the OP....as well as what he wrote a couple posts above this one.

    You are the magic pill.
    You are the magic pill.
    You are the magic pill.

    Ken
    • Profile picture of the author rafaelapolinario
      Originally Posted by Ken Preuss View Post

      THANK YOU to one of my favorite posters here......who always tells it like it really is.

      If you are reading this thread still looking for a magic pill, re-read what Daniel wrote in the OP....as well as what he wrote a couple posts above this one.

      You are the magic pill.
      You are the magic pill.
      You are the magic pill.

      Ken
      Yes, indeed you are a magic pill, Daniel. Your post motivates me to go work and earn my first 50k this month.

      Much success,
      Rafael
  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Ratliff
    Daniel, you are a true inspiration man, I appreciate the original post and the response to Jason's question.

    It's takes about the same effort to sell 10 $5,000 coaching seats...as it does to sell 100 $50 ebooks. The mental challenges you seem to be pointing out here are the reasons/excuses that more people don't sell the bigger tickets.
    • Profile picture of the author netkickstart
      Originally Posted by Joseph Ratliff View Post

      It's takes about the same effort to sell 10 $5,000 coaching seats...as it does to sell 100 $50 ebooks. The mental challenges you seem to be pointing out here are the reasons/excuses that more people don't sell the bigger tickets.
      Same effort or less? The argument for big ticket items is usually that it takes less effort. Assuming the effort is equivalent, wouldn't we want to opt for 100 sales in this example, so as to reach and help more people?
  • Profile picture of the author Charles Washington
    Sounds like somebody was listening to Boortz this moning
    • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
      Daniel, great post. Thanks.

      You know I'm a straight shooter and never have a problem with telling it like
      it is either, so for me, it's true confession time.

      Yes, I am one of those small minded thinkers who makes about $11,000 a
      month now.

      The reason I am not making 50K is because I have yet to come up with an
      idea that I feel is worth that kind of money.

      I consider myself a fairly intelligent person. Not a genius by any stretch of
      the imagination but fairly intelligent.

      I don't know how to think that big yet.

      My next product (coming out in March) is going to be my most expensive
      one to date and will gross about 200K when it comes out, but that's a
      one shot deal. Yes, I guess I could break it up into an ongoing membership
      site, but then we're still talking in the $47 to $97 range per month per
      member. I still don't see 50K a month out of that. Even at $100 a month
      membership, I'd need 500 members to generate 50K. That's asking a bit,
      though not impossible I guess.

      Point is, I have been limited by my small thinking because I can't see that
      big. If I can't (and I consider myself fairly successful) then how is somebody
      earning $200 a month going to think that big?

      It's human nature, for most of us anyway, to only be able to see what we
      can comprehend based on where we are at any given point in time.

      When you're 10 years old, you might dream of playing for the Yankees, but
      you can't even conceive of it happening because it's so far off.

      But then you're about to graduate college and a scout sees you and signs
      you to a minor league contract. Suddenly, it's not such a far fetched idea.
      But there was no way you could have seen that at age 10.

      So while what you're saying is absolutely correct, human nature makes it
      very difficult to go from $200 a month to $200,000 a month.

      It's what the mind can conceive.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Lockwood
    Wow, I'm shocked there are no "This is BS- nobody makes more than $100 a year" type posts here yet.
  • Profile picture of the author Chris Lockwood
    If you're going to dream, don't settle for playing for the Yankees.
  • Profile picture of the author Ken Preuss
    Steven,

    I really appreciate what you shared above.

    Know what's interesting? You can't see how valuable you are because you are too close to it. From "over here" we can see that you are worth a solid seven figures per year.

    Daniel's right. Instead of saying that you'll make $200K on your product launch in March, how about writing down $50K by January....then getting creative in how you will make it happen? (I'm betting you already have every tool you possibly need - subscribers, partners, resources, etc.)

    For me the mindset shift came when I suddenly realized there were many big names in my niche at the time (real estate investing) literally *showing* me how to make $30-50K+ per month rather than the $8-10K I was making at the time.

    With that realization I chose to "ignore" my inner objections and excuses and simply duplicate the same elements, just as a one-time experiment.

    Within a month I went from $10K to almost $32K....working less hard than I had previously....all because I chose to just try ignoring my brain and simply duplicating what I knew was earning mid-five figures for others in the same niche.

    Ken
    • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
      Originally Posted by Ken Preuss View Post

      Steven,

      I really appreciate what you shared above.

      Know what's interesting? You can't see how valuable you are because you are too close to it. From "over here" we can see that you are worth a solid seven figures per year.

      Daniel's right. Instead of saying that you'll make $200K on your product launch in March, how about writing down $50K by January....then getting creative in how you will make it happen? (I'm betting you already have every tool you possibly need - subscribers, partners, resources, etc.)

      For me the mindset shift came when I suddenly realized there were many big names in my niche at the time (real estate investing) literally *showing* me how to make $30-50K+ per month rather than the $8-10K I was making at the time.

      With that realization I chose to "ignore" my inner objections and excuses and simply duplicate the same elements, just as a one-time experiment.

      Within a month I went from $10K to almost $32K....working less hard than I had previously....all because I chose to just try ignoring my brain and simply duplicating what I knew was earning mid-five figures for others in the same niche.

      Ken

      Ken, you know what my problem is? It's called tunnel vision and linear
      thinking.

      I can actually write a book on this because it is something that affects
      a lot of people.

      See, the average person thinks in a linear fashion.

      For example, they graduate college and look for their first "job" already
      accepting that they're going to start off at entry level salary. They
      believe that they have to "work their way up" to where they want to be.
      They don't think that it's possible to walk out of that dorm room, walk into
      the office of some high paid exec and say, "I can make you a fortune if
      you'll listen to what I have to say. Now, here are my terms" and lay down
      his 7 figure a year game plan (that's 7 figures for his salary plus perks). As
      for what he'll make the company? Probably hundreds of millions IF he can
      back up what he said with the goods.

      Look, I've been doing this long enough to know that I have the smarts to
      turn anybody who has the commitment into at least a 6 figure a year
      earner. What I don't have is the non linear foresight to be able to go from
      doing just that myself to actually teaching it. I feel I have to first work my
      way up to making mid 6 figures before I can offer my services, not realizing
      that the foundation itself can put somebody way beyond that if they
      commit to it.

      I've actually had students pass me. Why? Because they did do the out
      of the box thinking that Daniel is talking about that I seem to have so
      much trouble with. I know that I can go to any brick and mortar company
      that has no Internet presence and increase their income substantially.
      Why don't I do it? Well, honestly, a lot of it is laziness. I hate leaving the
      house. I've gotten real spoiled working from home. My car puts in about
      20 miles a week.

      And then finally, and this is such a big one, there is the need.

      See, I don't really NEED more than what I have now. There isn't enough
      to drive me to go for more unless I know that it can be done with the
      least amount of effort. I don't even care if I have to spend some big bucks
      to get it done, but I'm already realizing that I'm working more than enough
      and don't want to add any more hours to my day.

      So, that means a total restructuring of my business model, which I am
      working on for next year (have 3 membership sites in the works) but I
      can't make the shift immediately because it's going to take time to put
      the pieces in place and I can't just drop the things that I'm doing. That
      would mean the income would shrink considerably until the transition was
      complete because of the business model that I've boxed myself into.

      Look, if I had it to do all over again, I would have done things totally
      different. I would have chosen a business model, right from the get go,
      that gave me a residual income right away. NO ebooks. All member based
      sites. All outsourced. Nothing for me to do but just research the niches
      that I wanted to tackle, hire the work, and sit back and collect the money.

      I didn't do it. I can't look back. I have to go forward from where I am.

      By this time next year, this old life will be but a memory. That is my goal.
      Heck, I may even sell many of my current sites.

      But like I was saying before I got off track, this linear thinking is common
      in all walks of life. Very few people have the ability to really see beyond
      the step 1, step 2, step 3 mindset. I admit that I am one of them.

      But I am working damn hard to change that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ken Preuss
    Another thought relating to what Daniel said about not creating a monetary "limit" like 5K or 10K.

    When I finally chose to ignore my objections and duplicate what was already earning other marketers mid-five figures, I had NO financial goal articulated. NONE.

    I realize all the books say you need to articulate your goals specifically, etc. But I did not. I put goals aside and literally just duplicated a proven model and its elements and really went for it.

    The result? My merchant account temporarily shut me down because I totally blew past my monthly volume limit.

    Moral of the story:

    When you operate with no ceiling the sky truly is the limit.

    Ken
  • Profile picture of the author Ken Preuss
    Good for you Steven. Go for it man...you really do deserve it.

    And thanks for the valuable insights into "linear thinking." That is not something I can relate to so I greatly appreciate you clarifying it.

    Ken

    P.S. My gosh this is a great freakin' thread....
  • Profile picture of the author Ivancho
    Great Daniel. You have actually opened my mind.

    Some IM thinks that is really difficult to go from $20 to $200 a day but is not, I done it my self in under a month so i think everyone can do it.

    Some IM thinks that they will never ever make money online but they are whrong, I done it my self under 3 years ago when i was actually just reading and not appliying any thing that i read.

    Hope you get my point.
    Thanks for the Great post

    Ivan Georgiev
  • Profile picture of the author David_Thompson
    Originally Posted by Daniel E Taylor View Post

    The only reason you can't make $50k this month is because of your limited mindset (PERIOD).

    Think outside of the box.

    Daniel
    Here a little something I cook up in excel
    for you guys...

    --David
  • Profile picture of the author prestige00
    HELL YES!

    This post could not have come at a better time. Thanks Daniel because this is what I and everyone needs to hear.

    This is the kind of stuff that separates the men from the WARRIORS. This is some deep stuff that seriously needs some thinking behind it.

    "The problem is you don't believe your services are worth $5k.

    But you have to realize you don't set the worth on your services.
    You estimate it, and the customer has the final say."

    BINGO! It feels like you were talking directly to me.

    For me I think the key is your MINDSET and that is a very powerful thing that determines your failure or success.
    • Profile picture of the author MaskedMarketer
      Originally Posted by Daniel E Taylor View Post


      Me and my partner have been doing really extensive study into
      the mind/spirit and how it relates to building a business.
      Some business leaders base there businesses on a spiritual foundation.

      An example would be- "How many people did you help today" "How much value did you add to there life"

      So, it can be part of the business building equation. And I wouldn't do it any other way.

      Nice post Daniel


      Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

      Yes, I am one of those small minded
      Step one is to eliminate that thinking process from you're belief system.

      Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

      The reason I am not making 50K is because I have yet to come up with an
      idea that I feel is worth that kind of money.
      Because of you're small minded thinking you now have a 'reason why' you can't- That 'reason why' need to be eliminated.

      If you don't feel you're idea is worth enough - you might have a belief/value blocking you from being able to charge more money.

      Maybe try increasing your self worth/esteem/identity?

      Doesn't Jay Abraham charge 40k a day for consulting or some outrageous price? Its possible- you just have to be able to see it.

      Have you ever read Psycho-Cybernetics w/ Dan Kennedy?

      Its a good starting point..


      Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

      I consider myself a fairly intelligent person. Not a genius by any stretch of
      the imagination but fairly intelligent.
      I don't know how to think that big yet.
      Why can't you think that big yet?

      And you don't need to be a genius- just a good marketer.

      Years , years, and years of self programing like that will only make it harder for you unless you make a decision, today, to make those changes.

      Also- The Mind is what Creates Wealth. Improve Your Mind and Improve Your Wealth simple concept.

      Good Luck
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  • Profile picture of the author Bev Clement
    The other problem a lot of people have is they allow views from forums to negatively affect their thinking.

    Let me explain what I mean.

    Someone wants to get involved in a specific niche.
    They ask advice and are told you will never get paid more than $100.
    Immediately they believe that to be true.
    The work believing that to get to $10K will take them months or years.
    They keep working for peanuts because their belief is they don't deserve more, or they have been told it is impossible to get more.
    Yet, if they watch the same people who gave that bad advice and see what they are doing, they are packaging the work in a different way and telling people go and sell it for $10,000 and outsource for $50.
    If people were to search they will find that $10,000 is too cheap, because there are ways of doing the $100 and charging up to $50,000.
    There are places outside the IM niche that will pay a premium for services, and once people understand that, their mindset will change.
    • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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      The only reason you can't make $50k this month is
      because of your limited mindset (PERIOD).
      Well, if that's the only reason, why not unleash your unlimited mindset and make $10 million this month, then buy us all a nice Christmas present?
    • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
      Originally Posted by Bev Clement View Post

      The other problem a lot of people have is they allow views from forums to negatively affect their thinking.

      Let me explain what I mean.

      Someone wants to get involved in a specific niche.
      They ask advice and are told you will never get paid more than $100.
      Immediately they believe that to be true.
      The work believing that to get to $10K will take them months or years.
      They keep working for peanuts because their belief is they don't deserve more, or they have been told it is impossible to get more.
      Yet, if they watch the same people who gave that bad advice and see what they are doing, they are packaging the work in a different way and telling people go and sell it for $10,000 and outsource for $50.
      If people were to search they will find that $10,000 is too cheap, because there are ways of doing the $100 and charging up to $50,000.
      There are places outside the IM niche that will pay a premium for services, and once people understand that, their mindset will change.

      Bev, that is quite true. I think the problem is, we have forgotten what
      it was like to be out in the brick and mortar world.

      When I was consulting for White Computer Industries here in NJ, the money
      they'd spend on lunch was outrageous. I was making $30 an hour as a
      consultant who basically walked around all day observing people putting
      shoe boxes into carousels. It was insane the amount of money that was
      wasted.

      Large corporations spend insane amounts of money on things we'd never
      even consider charging that much for. And yes, I'm as guilty of that as
      anybody else. Six years out of corporate life and I've developed this
      mindset of the $27 ebook (which I am working on changing and getting
      away from...so please Masked Marketer, no more lectures.) But it's an
      easy trap to fall into because of all the cheap info we see online.

      Look at all the gifting programs.

      For just $10 YOU can make $$$ per week.

      I could keep going but I don't want to make anybody sick.

      We're conditioned and programmed to believe 2 things.

      1. We can make a fortune online without spending more than $10.
      2. We can't sell anything at a high cost because of number 1 above.

      It's a non stop feeding frenzy that cycles itself into oblivion except for
      the few who have the guts to say...

      Screw this...You want my services? You're going to have to pay for
      them.

      A few online have done that. I am heading in that direction because I
      have enough smarts in my head to know that I'm worth a hell of a lot
      more than I'm putting myself out there for.

      And yeah, I know a lot of my fans (God I hate that word) are going to say,

      "Steve, don't sell out for the dollar. We need you to sell us all this great
      stuff dirt cheap."

      And as I continue down that slippery slope, I'll still have to deal with my
      50 emails a day and my low six figure income.

      There comes a time where you just have to say...

      Screw this...You want my services? You're going to have to pay for
      them.

      Will I take a hit on the one end? Probably.

      Do I care?

      Honestly, at this point, if I end up going out of business because all I
      can sell is $27 ebooks, then I deserve to go out of business. I'll go sit
      in my recording studio and make my music.

      I don't need to do this.

      I have enough articles and sites and products and advertising out there
      that I could stop working today and still make 50K a year. With my mortgage
      paid off and my daughter out of college in a year, it's all I'll need.

      I am very thankful for this thread and the kick that Daniel gave me to
      make me realize that I'm giving away my knowledge (6 years of it) for a
      song.

      It's going to stop in 2009.

      And Bev...you rock!
    • Profile picture of the author MaskedMarketer
      Originally Posted by Bev Clement View Post

      If people were to search they will find that $10,000 is too cheap, because there are ways of doing the $100 and charging up to $50,000.
      There are places outside the IM niche that will pay a premium for services, and once people understand that, their mindset will change.
      Thanks for chiming in Bev- on point advice.

      The value changes once you take it to a different market.

      Selling IM stuff to IM people will only yield peanuts- compared to taking it offline (that's probably where the biggest market gap is)

      The bigger the market gap- more potential money.

      The seminar company I used to work with did 250k average a seminar and they had them all across the nation multiple times a week/day. And it was only one portion of the entire operation.

      Thinking big and out side the box can make lots of money.

      Thanks for that Bev
  • Profile picture of the author richfit
    Daniel Awesome Post!

    There are too many people who are thinking small when they can just as well be thinking big...I think it was Donald Trump who said,

    "If your going to be thinking anyway, you might as well Think Big!"

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