I just wanted to share with you something I found a few years ago.
To me, it's one of the best things I ever found.
It was awesome concept and so easily spelled out that it almost instantly brought me success.
I guess you could consider this a "positive review" of sorts.
In any event, before I found it...I really struggled to make it. I was wasting time, money, and sorta flailing around like a chicken with his head cut off.
When someone first recommended it to me, I resisted the idea of buying into it.
See, I didn't want to believe it so easy. I thought the keys to success were was in the things other people kept hidden. You know, secrets.
Somehow, certain people kept me out of the loop, and that the reason I was failing was due to the fact that no one would help me like I thought they should.
But then, after fighting it and fighting it, I decided to check out this shiny object and see what it was.
And the great thing was, it was CHEAP!
It wasn't $97.
It wasn't $47.
It wasn't even $7.
It was free.
Want to know what this shiny object is?
It's Self Reliance.
In order to run a successful business, you first have to take responsibility for your actions.
It wasn't the WSO runners fault I couldn't keep organized.
It wasn't the guru's fault - keeping "secrets" from me.
It wasn't anyone else's fault other than my own that I couldn't keep focused.
Once I embraced this fact - once I took responsibility for my success and my failures...I:
Stopped buying products. I instead learned the secrets by doing, trying, failing, retrying, failing, retrying, succeeding.
I stopped buying and started selling.
I stopped worrying about "failure." Instead, I knew it was going to happen and tried anyway. Then when it succeeded, I gained confidence and another notch, another "technique" under my belt I could use.
Now, I only buy stuff that will help me. Information I lack and would like to learn more about - stuff that fits with my business plan. Both info products and software alike.
And not just buying inside the IM market. I also have stopped buying stupid stuff. I don't waste money on frivolous things that don't end up really bring me happiness. I used to be an impulsive spender. Now I'm a cautious spender.
Instead of Jealousy for others success, blaming them for "keeping secrets", I now I hang out with people who are successful. I try to hang out with MORE successful people, helping them - knowing that they'll ultimately help me - whether it be through direct help, or through learning something new.
You see, learning self reliance has given me courage, optimism, and the self confidence to make it.
This month will be my be my biggest month ever - I'm now making more money than my parents in a month than they make in a year.
And it's all because I've taken control of my life. All because I've learned to be self reliant.
Now go pick up a copy of self reliance, I recommend it. You can find it inside of you, somewhere.
You won't regret it!