But talking about money - Russell Brunson claims to have made $850,000 in 1 year before he had any employees, working from his house, and it was his first year after college (so his first year "full-time" IM).
Now, I work really hard. The majority of people in my life let me know quite often that I actually shouldn't work so hard, but I can easily ignore them.
I have written IM goals that I go over and review every day. I have good control over my mental focus on a daily basis.
And for some reason, God saw it fit to bless me with a good memory. I went into the Air Force to become a Cop. But I scored too high on the entry test and they made me an engineer instead.
I never let fear stand in my way. If there is an awkward phone call I need to make, no problem. If I need to take a calculated risk that has the potential to make me look like an idiot, no problem.
So my question is, those people that do that great financially right out of the starting gates, what is different about them?
-Do they simply embellish their earnings?
-Was that a different era of Internet Marketing?
-Are they unethical? (I don't believe this to be the case.)
-Are the rest of us just perfectionist and that's why we don't make progress as fast?
Obviously Internet Marketing is a different journey for everyone. I am sincerely enjoying mine so far. But I can't help but to think there is something more I could be doing, you know what I mean?