If you believe the hype, it seems like anyone with a credit card to buy a WSO can become an internet millionaire. Unfortunately, reality is a little different. I've read estimates that the failure rate in IM is 95% or more -- estimates that are probably completely made up, but that sound plausible to me nevertheless.
If you believe the hype, it seems like anyone who works hard, stays motivated, "takes action", (and of course buys the right WSO) will become an internet millionaire. But let's face it, people have different skills, abilities, interests, work ethics and resources that they bring to any undertaking, IM included. I can work as hard as I want to, stay as motivated as is humanly possible, take all the action I want, and even hire a great coach or buy fantastic books on the subject, but I'll never, ever be able to dunk a basketball. With practice, I might learn to jump higher and I might get closer and closer -- but I'll never have what it takes to rise above the rim. Likewise, it seems to me that there are people who will never succeed in IM -- no matter how hard they work, how motivated they are, how much action they take or how much they learn or know about theory.
Obviously none of the above describes anyone on this forum So let's talk about other people. Who are the kinds of people that are most likely to fail in IM? Are they people without certain skills? Are they people without money or other resources? People who lack motivation? Or just people who don't buy the right WSO (namely yours) or hire the right coach (namely you)?
Or maybe you believe the hype...