Friends ask me about "Internet Marketing" & when they can't understand they are no longer friends :(

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For the past one year I have been keeping myself very positive. I has helped me to make real good money in Internet Marketing and other areas of my life is also improving. I do meet positive people and they are turning out to be great relationships.

But some old friends with whom cutting off connection is not so easy; occasionally drain me. They either lost their job or still did not get a job and those who were really a part of my life in college are just turning out to be energy drainers.

They come and ask me how to do internet marketing and make money from home and when I explain them for 1-2 hours about affiliate & article marketing - it just does not go into their head because they are "Closed" to start with.

They still think that I have got some magic red button which will pump money into the bank account and they get disappointed that I am not showing it to them.

Some people who I thought would be friends for life are losing touch with me.

They don't understand that this is just like any other business which involves experience, knowledge, setbacks etc.

It's really not a "make money sitting at home" thing right?

How do I handle this situation? Is it my responsibility to help them? Or should I just "mind my business"?

What's your experience on this?
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  • Profile picture of the author MichaelHiles
    Making choices about your priorities in life are essential to one's personal success.

    This includes your associations.

    What do you get from all the time educating them and helping them succeed at anything?

    Self-satisfaction?

    You're not responsible for anyone you're not contractually bound to be responsible for, or that didn't spring forth from your own DNA in some fashion.
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  • Profile picture of the author josspam
    You know... don't let that draing you...

    Sometimes when people are in need or envy some sort of succees (not that they really intend to be like this, but problems nowadays make us do foolish stuff) when ask you for tips and how you are handling successfully and see that it requires hard work they think that you're not really sharing, and that you don't want them to know your secret because they would still your business... what matter the most about your work it's HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT IT and now how other people would like to have what you have with no hard work.

    Plz! Keep on the good work and share some good ideas here where you'll find people like me ready to read all you teach

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  • Profile picture of the author Mukul Verma
    Well they see the end results, not all the work that wend to get it.

    Many are a overnight success, that took a years to make

    I would suggest to give them the material to read and go through, if they cannot do that, then they are blocking themselves, not you. My father in law came by yesterday in the day and was looking that this was great, people in the Philipine doing instant work at request, working from home etc...He is like I need to get a person in the Philipines. I picked up "The World is Flat" and said this is where I learned about it from, first step would be to read this. NOT GONNA HAPPEN.

    They have to invest in themselves and most people are not willing too...
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  • Profile picture of the author bazzais
    I have experienced the same through my online career.

    I live in an area where jobs are hard to find and have many friends who are still on the dole and whom I still like to drink with. I have never really moved up the social 'scale' (as it were) even though I now have a well paid job.

    A few of those mates are still under the mis-conception that I sit 'playing' on the pc and any explanation goes over their heads. A few know what hours I put in and are happy.

    Ta

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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    When I was running a software contracting firm, I had a business partner. He had never made more than $30k in his life. I brought him on board as a full partner, and started firing up contracts.

    After about a year, he stopped showing up to our business meetings. He didn't return my calls. He didn't answer my emails. Eventually, I went over to his house to see what was going on.

    He had moved to San Diego. Faced with a company where he was a full partner, he was simply out of his comfort zone - so he used his company phone line and internet connection to get himself a job in San Diego doing the same thing he was supposed to be doing for us. He was making about $45k. We exchanged a few legal letters through an attorney, I bought out his half of the business by wiping his theft of company resources off the books, and we went our separate ways.

    The fiscal quarter after he left the business, I put $57,000 profit into my pocket. We had over a dozen contractors on the books; gross annual receipts were scraping the bottom of the seven-figure range.

    Some people aren't cut out to be anything except employees. Deep down, they know it, and will cut and run when faced with success. But until they get there, they'll grumble that you're keeping something from them.
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    • Profile picture of the author DogScout
      Originally Posted by CDarklock View Post

      When I was running a software contracting firm, I had a business partner. He had never made more than $30k in his life. I brought him on board as a full partner, and started firing up contracts.

      After about a year, he stopped showing up to our business meetings. He didn't return my calls. He didn't answer my emails. Eventually, I went over to his house to see what was going on.

      He had moved to San Diego. Faced with a company where he was a full partner, he was simply out of his comfort zone - so he used his company phone line and internet connection to get himself a job in San Diego doing the same thing he was supposed to be doing for us. He was making about $45k. We exchanged a few legal letters through an attorney, I bought out his half of the business by wiping his theft of company resources off the books, and we went our separate ways.

      The fiscal quarter after he left the business, I put $57,000 profit into my pocket. We had over a dozen contractors on the books; gross annual receipts were scraping the bottom of the seven-figure range.

      Some people aren't cut out to be anything except employees. Deep down, they know it, and will cut and run when faced with success. But until they get there, they'll grumble that you're keeping something from them.
      Amazing! Hard to grasp that concept.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Worner
    The same happens in all areas of life. the reason is because now they have to treat you differently which is an inconvenience to their life.

    For example. I used to be the "responsible guy," the doormat essentially when out with friends, I was the one that looked out and did things for everybody and they were happy to let me do this.

    It also greatly screwed up my relationships with women. I finally got sick of this and stopped being the doormat guy, got real self confident and in control of my life which also improved my relationships with chicks(different story) and when I did this I wound up having to get a whole new set of friends because I refused to be that guy they took advantage of and gotten used to.

    as a result, they resented me for it.

    plus as mentioned above you will always encounter emotional vampires intent on bringing you down.

    Point is, this is stuff they have to figure out for themselves
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  • Profile picture of the author Akky
    Explain it to your friends that there is nothing fancy about IM except that it's VIRTUALLY done.

    Show them your paypal screenies, explain how you got introduced. That should cheer em up.. What you did first to make the moolas..

    And honestly, do you call em friends? Hehe, if they were young dudes, then it's understandable...

    Just my view...
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  • Profile picture of the author Goatboy
    Originally Posted by Creative Thinker View Post


    They still think that I have got some magic red button which will pump money into the bank account and they get disappointed that I am not showing it to them.
    This has absolutely nothing to do with you being in IM. You would find this same strange belief with any job you had, online or offline. When my offline business was going strong I used to say that my in-laws apparently though I ate sawdust and passed greenbacks.

    Here is the way that I have learned to look at it. There are those in this world who DO and there are those in this world who DO NOT.

    Those who DO NOT can still lead productive lives, but they require someone telling them what to do. They cannot function independently, so no matter how hard you try to explain taking independent action, they cannot grasp it. They are locked into the mentality that only someone else can achieve independently, and so they must spend their lives working for the man. While these folks can see the benefits of a new enterprise, they cannot fathom how to grasp those benefits.

    Those who DO, may still work for the man, but they are capable of independence. They can actually decide a course of action, set themselves on it, and stick to it. The ability to think independently without the need of being instructed on what do do gives those who DO an advantage since they can not only see the potential benefits of a new enterprise, but they can also make a plan of action to grasp those benefits.

    You are among the group who DO, those friends who you are trying to instruct are among the group who DO NOT. I have really never found a way to teach a DO NOT to be a DO. Most of the time, I find they cannot even fathom the beginnings of what I do because they really don't believe that they could do it without someone telling them step by step what to do.
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    • Profile picture of the author M Thompson
      Some of the most intelligent people i know just "don't get" internet marketing. I had 2 of my members over here for a social weekend and we got talking to a neighbour who has had numerous businesses and wanted to know more. My 2 members asked me why i hadn't taught him anything and the reason is simple ...he's not ready.

      He'll understand everything i teach him but he will then over analyse everything and want to have everything perfect before he tries anything. He is more than happy to trade stocks and shares and buy and sell cars because he gets the quick fix he needs. IM takes dedication and time.

      Some people just aren't cut out for IM. but it doesn't mean that they still can't be my friends..In fact most of my best friends struggle to turn on a PC (hmmm probably a lesson there!)
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  • Profile picture of the author WinsonYeung
    Originally Posted by Creative Thinker View Post

    For the past one year I have been keeping myself very positive. I has helped me to make real good money in Internet Marketing and other areas of my life is also improving. I do meet positive people and they are turning out to be great relationships.

    But some old friends with whom cutting off connection is not so easy; occasionally drain me. They either lost their job or still did not get a job and those who were really a part of my life in college are just turning out to be energy drainers.

    They come and ask me how to do internet marketing and make money from home and when I explain them for 1-2 hours about affiliate & article marketing - it just does not go into their head because they are "Closed" to start with.

    They still think that I have got some magic red button which will pump money into the bank account and they get disappointed that I am not showing it to them.

    Some people who I thought would be friends for life are losing touch with me.

    They don't understand that this is just like any other business which involves experience, knowledge, setbacks etc.

    It's really not a "make money sitting at home" thing right?

    How do I handle this situation? Is it my responsibility to help them? Or should I just "mind my business"?

    What's your experience on this?
    That's really a big problem! "They" are treating this online business as a earn quick money scheme where they do not want to put in much effort and see the money coming in.

    In fact, I started with this mindset too when I just enter internet marketing, as usually with a "Close" mindset... I did not earn much at that time.

    But even since I change my mindset and treat this as a real business, I start to see profit coming in and now I'm even earning much more than working adults.

    Anyway, I'm still a student at the moment

    Internet Marketing Rocks and Warrior Forum Rocks Too!!!

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  • Profile picture of the author KatyaSenina
    Just remove these people from your life and don't bother. They were never "real friends" in the first place

    Oh yeah and if they don't get it, it's not your fault but their for their lack of understanding and open-mindedness
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    • Profile picture of the author Creative Thinker
      Originally Posted by KatyaSenina View Post

      Just remove these people from your life and don't bother. They were never "real friends" in the first place

      Oh yeah and if they don't get it, it's not your fault but their for their lack of understanding and open-mindedness
      Like removing friends from a social network profile? It's not that easy! They keep calling and keep paying surprise visits.

      How can I just say "You are not my friend anymore"

      ?
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      • Profile picture of the author Jamie Lewis
        At least your friends ask you "how."

        I have a few friends like that, and I give them everything. Ill even work with them. But what pisses me off the most is when people call me, bully their way over to my house telling me they NEED to talk to me, and do a premeditated presentation of how they deserve a loan from me and why its a good investment. When I tell them: NO! They get upset and try to tell me they deserve my money more than I do. Sad. Kick them to the curb immediately when they start to suck your energy away. It is hard work and you will know they are full of it when they ask for a loan, you offer your advice instead (really nice about it) and they get offended. They have problems and those problems arent yours. I give to charity and Aids research. They go to bars and waste their time every night.
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        • Profile picture of the author Success With Dany
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          Originally Posted by Jamie Lewis View Post

          At least your friends ask you "how."

          I have a few friends like that, and I give them everything. Ill even work with them. But what pisses me off the most is when people call me, bully their way over to my house telling me they NEED to talk to me, and do a premeditated presentation of how they deserve a loan from me and why its a good investment. When I tell them: NO! They get upset and try to tell me they deserve my money more than I do. Sad. Kick them to the curb immediately when they start to suck your energy away. It is hard work and you will know they are full of it when they ask for a loan, you offer your advice instead (really nice about it) and they get offended. They have problems and those problems arent yours. I give to charity and Aids research. They go to bars and waste their time every night.
          They ask you for YOUR hard-earned money?????????
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          • Profile picture of the author ForeignProfessor
            Originally Posted by Success With Dany View Post

            They ask you for YOUR hard-earned money?????????
            Well, as he said, they think they deserve it more than he does. An amusing conceit.
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          • Profile picture of the author Jamie Lewis
            Originally Posted by Success With Dany View Post

            They ask you for YOUR hard-earned money?????????
            Yeah ever get a call from someone who has never respected you and all of a sudden wants to be your friend? LOL
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      • Profile picture of the author WinsonYeung
        Originally Posted by Creative Thinker View Post

        Like removing friends from a social network profile? It's not that easy! They keep calling and keep paying surprise visits.

        How can I just say "You are not my friend anymore"

        ?
        Yeah, that's one of the big problem. They came to visit you and you are kind enough to offer to teach them about internet marketing. BUt what pissed me is that the kind offer is not appreciated, you are spending time and effort to help them understand to get them started but when no progress is shown. It pissed me off too.
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      • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
        Originally Posted by Creative Thinker View Post

        How can I just say "You are not my friend anymore"?
        The canonical phrase is "we are no longer friends."

        If you're not that big of a jerk (I'm not), just get new friends. It's like cheating on your girl; if you simply do nothing to conceal it, she'll find out pretty fast, and then it will be over. I know some guys who use that as their primary breakup method.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Powers
    I think those guys who do not understand you will never be good friends with you.So take it easy.Those guys who have an insight into the market and benefit from your advice will show their admiration to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author BJ Min
    i think it's best to keep business separate from friends...don't do business with your friends because it feels weird if you do...that's why i try not to talk too much about business with my friends...

    plus if they are your friends, they expect you to give them free coaching and free training whenever they want...that's not fair on your part because they need to respect your time and effort it took for you to get to the level you are at...

    there are some people who expect you to do everything and just piggy back behind your work...that's not right...so my best advice is try to STEER away from doing business or even teaching IM to your friends period...
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  • Profile picture of the author acrasial
    Just joke with your friends that they will have to pay you $25 an hour to teach them. Joke again that you are paid more than that to teach it to other people, and tell them that 99% of the people you teach it too online take over a year to learn it.


    Further this by telling them that the tips you use took so long to learn and other "bla bla bla"...

    Such as how many endless hours you spend on it and a bunch of other UNATTRACTIVE "unincentives " (LOL) that would make them want to say "guk it... I'll just find a job elsewhere...but thanks anyways"

    So that eventually your friends just give up and feel as though this would be something really hard and take too much time to do.


    Or if they persist, say hey... I outsource and pay 3$ per article (or something like this), and make them write for you or do something for you. let them know that you cant do anything for them really because either you are too busy, too expensive, or wont pay them all that much.


    Either way, be sneaky or cheeky about it, add some humor- and your friends will understand without "unfriending" you. I have seen someone do this. It also makes things alot faster than spending hours trying to explain how everything works.


    Just explain how it stinks for 5 minutes and they wont want to hear any more. Also, since they are your friends, you know their weak spots, so you can always just tell them the job is exactly everything your friend HATES to do.


    This is an easy way to get out of extremely awkward situations, by making it awkward and difficult for them, but also by adding some humor to it. That will save your butt any day, and make you feel a whole lot better when your friend understands why it won't work, rather than gets mad at you for not understanding how it works.


    If they really want to learn about it just direct them to thousands of ebooks, tell them you read all those, and then show them so much stuff that they still get overwhelmed and say "man this is alot of work"...


    You really have alot of options at your disposal since you know your friends weaknesses and what they don't like... so hey... don't feel bad to inform them of the truth, that this is not something they would like.


    lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bryan Kumar
    It's not about them and what they do.

    It's about you and how you deal with it. There's a lesson for you to be learned from this. And until you learn it, you won't be rid of them.

    If you do somehow get rid of these "friends," you'll find new ones who will create the same experience for you as the old ones did. Until you learn the lesson you have to learn.

    One of the big lessons in life is learning to say "No," being firm about it, and not feeling guilty about it.

    And the other one is learning to say "Yes" and meaning it, so the good things can keep coming into your life.

    It's not some magical or mystical thing. It's just about aligning your thoughts/mindset with your actions and with the goals that you want to achieve.

    Also, there are hundreds of people out there who you can help. But only 1 in 100 who is ready for your help and wants it bad enough.

    Those are the ones you should invest your time into.

    Lastly, success isn't just about adopting new mindsets/habits and getting rid of the currently existing ones. It's also about getting rid of some of the currently-existing People. The path to Success changes who you are at the core level. Many of the people that used to like you no longer will. Because you've evolved past their level. You can't take them up with you. (You can certainly try to help them along the way, but most just won't budge.) They will have to get up there in their own time, when they're ready Mentally.
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    • Profile picture of the author Bob Harmon
      Originally Posted by Bryan Kumar View Post

      It's not about them and what they do.

      It's about you and how you deal with it. There's a lesson for you to be learned from this. And until you learn it, you won't be rid of them.

      If you do somehow get rid of these "friends," you'll find new ones who will create the same experience for you as the old ones did. Until you learn the lesson you have to learn.

      One of the big lessons in life is learning to say "No," being firm about it, and not feeling guilty about it.

      And the other one is learning to say "Yes" and meaning it, so the good things can keep coming into your life.

      It's not some magical or mystical thing. It's just about aligning your thoughts/mindset with your actions and with the goals that you want to achieve.

      Also, there are hundreds of people out there who you can help. But only 1 in 100 who is ready for your help and wants it bad enough.

      Those are the ones you should invest your time into.

      Lastly, success isn't just about adopting new mindsets/habits and getting rid of the currently existing ones. It's also about getting rid of some of the currently-existing People. The path to Success changes who you are at the core level. Many of the people that used to like you no longer will. Because you've evolved past their level. You can't take them up with you. (You can certainly try to help them along the way, but most just won't budge.) They will have to get up there in their own time, when they're ready Mentally.
      SOOOOOOO True!
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  • Profile picture of the author Neil S
    In these cases I just don't mix business with friendships. There are some people who may be able to grasp the concepts but they are very few.

    If they are your friends I don't see why you can't hang out with them and not discuss internet marketing. If they bring it up just be vague and aloof.
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  • Profile picture of the author kb24
    I would just keep it too myself..
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanman
    Since the time I started IM...Many of my friends are directly asking for a job...Yup. DIRECTLY.

    How do I deal with it?

    Well...I ask them to learn something so complex...Which isn't easy to learn. I just tell them...Hey. Learn software programming is such and such language then contact me.

    And yup! They don't contact me after that. LOL.

    People are looking for easy ways out...Just make it difficult for them and they won't bug you.
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    • Profile picture of the author DonnaLeona
      Be kind to them. Imagine the world if we didn't have people that just want to be told what to do.

      Who would do all of the stuff we don't want to do? The world needs these people too.

      Appreciate them for what good you see and don't demand more. You can have different friends that meet different needs: simple friends, smart friends, funny friends.

      And you don't have to be available. Say you're working and can't hang out. After a few times doing this they will move on.

      But don't be mean about it. Just be too busy all the time if you really want to end the relationship.

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  • Profile picture of the author AndrewCavanagh
    Originally Posted by Creative Thinker View Post

    They come and ask me how to do internet marketing and make money from home and when I explain them for 1-2 hours about affiliate & article marketing - it just does not go into their head because they are "Closed" to start with.

    You can help some of your friends but only if they're serious enough to put in the hard yards like you did.

    The easy way to guage if they're ready is tell them the truth right from the start...

    "It's like learning a profession. You need to learn how to do this properly before you can make money. That will take about 20-40 hours work a week for 3-6 months learning before you can expect to start seeing a reasonable profit for your effort."

    If they don't say something along the lines of: "I'm willing to do the work and I'll get by somehow before I start making the money" then they're not ready and you don't have to worry about them.

    If they do seem to be ready then you have to decide whether you want to take on the heavy responsibility of helping them.

    Kindest regards,
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  • Profile picture of the author Emily Meeks
    To be brutally honest, the vast majority of people are either dim or just plain f***ing STUPID - and it's nobody's fault but their own. They think you have to be a special person to do something you love, and would rather make excuses than follow their passions. In the meantime, they're sucked into the mentality that in order to survive, they must spend more than half their waking lives working for someone else.

    Sad part is, that "employee" mentality is necessary to keep society going. We can't ALL become Internet marketers, and not everyone can follow their dreams (who else is going to manage McDonalds and serve 2000-calorie burgers???).

    And then of course, it's always now-now-now. It's always lose weight fast, get rich quick, with little to no work. Most simply aren't willing to do what it takes - they make one lousy throw at it, then give up and walk away.

    Dump the so-called friends you don't need.

    Sure, it may suck to hear that you have to drop these people like flies. But quite frankly, you're not doing them any favors by being their friend, because fundamentally, you cannot relate.
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    • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
      Originally Posted by moneysoapbox View Post

      To be brutally honest, the vast majority of people are either dim or just plain f***ing STUPID
      "Think about how stupid the average person is, and then realise that half of them are EVEN STUPIDER." - George Carlin

      We can't ALL become Internet marketers, and not everyone can follow their dreams
      Not everybody gets to be an astronaut when they grow up.
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  • Profile picture of the author jyzackoh
    Hi Sir,

    I think you should take time to explain to them about internet marketing and show them how you're doing it, instead of just telling them about it.

    Who knows, they might even be your JV partners next time!

    You shouldn't let them go because friends are more important than money! =)

    All the Best,
    Zack

    All the best,
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