I can't let my sponsor down

by Zodiax
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I am really upset at myself, because I want to join Ameriplan with my sponser, but I am having trouble generating the $99.95 a month and don't plan on recieving any good job offers for months(The average time for a new job is about 6 months).

I hate it when a good opportunity comes and I have to pass it up and wait. I made a commitment to join, but its going to take forever. I called my sponsor and said I would make it when I have the money, and was just waiting for some lose ends to be cleared.

I know there is a way.

What do you guys do when you are in a pinch, and need to generate opportunity money, and don't want to wait 6-12 months to find a 'stable job'.

Ive looked into writing freelance. Ive done $500 word articles on elance for $1 each, but there isnt enough work yet for $99.95 a month.

Craigslist is good, but some days the jobs are good, and than they run out. Anyone have any other cool way to generate something to support a membership?

A good monthly income for me is $200 a month.That would cover the plan, and $100 for advertising.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    This thread is absolutely packed with potentially helpful suggestions for you: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...desperate.html
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Learning the internet marketing ropes take time and if you are doing it wrongly it's certainly going to take you more time to get anywhere close to achieving your income goal.

    The best thing is to get a job outside while you dedicate some reasonable amount of time to reading, learning and application.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tsnyder
    Originally Posted by Zodiax View Post

    I am really upset at myself, because I want to join Ameriplan with my sponser, but I am having trouble generating the $99.95 a month and don't plan on recieving any good job offers for months(The average time for a new job is about 6 months).

    I hate it when a good opportunity comes and I have to pass it up and wait. I made a commitment to join, but its going to take forever. I called my sponsor and said I would make it when I have the money, and was just waiting for some lose ends to be cleared.

    I know there is a way.

    What do you guys do when you are in a pinch, and need to generate opportunity money, and don't want to wait 6-12 months to find a 'stable job'.

    Ive looked into writing freelance. Ive done $500 word articles on elance for $1 each, but there isnt enough work yet for $99.95 a month.

    Craigslist is good, but some days the jobs are good, and than they run out. Anyone have any other cool way to generate something to support a membership?

    A good monthly income for me is $200 a month.That would cover the plan, and $100 for advertising.
    If you're going into this with the mindset that you need a stream of income
    from a job to cover the monthly membership you've already failed... save your
    money.

    I don't mean to be harsh but this is a business. What you really need is whatever
    amount it takes to get started and a healthy dose of commitment to work your behind
    off to generate sales commissions while you build a team that will generate overrides
    and bonuses. You pay the monthly fees out of your business earnings... not your job.

    The best advice I can give you is to own up to the fact that you just plain aren't committed
    to doing it. Once you be honest about that with yourself you might be able to turn it around
    and make somerthing happen. Until then you might as well just light fire to the money.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulsavola
      yes I agree with you bro, when comes to mindset so many people are just trying to make that money online with realizing that its helping people with your product or service. The thing is trying to brand yourself no matter the industry of methods of marketing that you are currently in.

      My personal mentor was taught me that mindset is important, but finding the right channel that for you inside of social media or blogging in general. You need to understanding blogging is a lot of work, and knowing how to use Craigslist as more of the direct approach rather than passive approach.

      Twitter takes time to generate followers mostly important consistency should be your best friend in the beginning stages, and learning on what's working n what's not. Then changing your marketing approach, when comes to any marketing that you do.

      Paul S...
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    Get out and wash some cars. You'll have that money in no time.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    I would not start in this business until you have some cash flow from a job.

    You not only going to have to pay the monthly fee, but you will also have to invest in tools like books and audios.
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    • Profile picture of the author KirkMcD
      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      I would not start in this business until you have some cash flow from a job.
      That's great advice, but it would have been better if you had made it a year and a half ago when the thread was started.
      I don't think the OP is going to see it.
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      • Profile picture of the author Kay King
        would not start in this business until you have some cash flow from a job.
        But you would bump a thread from 2 years ago??? Wow.
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