Just looking for the so-called best money making opportunity is part of the problem many people have - as they bounce from one money making opportunity to the other.
Asking the wrong questions is what turns many unsuspecting people into money making opportunity junkies. They continue looking for the so-called "best money making opportunity" month after month or even year after year.
To me the difference between a money maker and a money making opportunity junkie is this. One has found a way to make money doing what they love. And the other waste time and money looking for the perfect way to make money. That's a huge difference many people stumble over.
I've often heard this mantra from the lips of Donald Trump, Oprah Winfrey, and even Steve Jobs. "The secret of my success is I love what I do." Most people attribute their success to intelligence, talent and genius. But they'd be the first to admit many people in their industry is smarter and more talented than they are. But their secret is they love what they do so much they simply out-work and out produce the competition.
But unfortunately most get money quick books and programs that come across my desk seldom emphasize this point. Raise your hand if the last money making program you purchased mentioned doing what you love as a secret of success? Probably not.
Now if you like selling buggy whips or 8 track tape players you may have a problem. But if you can combine what you love doing with a current market demand you have the best of both worlds.
My question are you doing what you love doing? In other words if you could afford to do it for free would you still be doing it? That's the million dollar question. Agree or disagree I welcome your thoughts.