Sure there are some other factors in play like having a little something between the ears, but in the end it's all about working hard and working smart.
I've been coaching a lot of people over the past few weeks and some succeed and say "you're awesome" or "you can really coach", but then others will say "you can't make money that way" or "this doesn't work".
What is the difference between the two people? One is willing to believe and trust in the process and buy into the gameplan and take action while the other wants to sit around and complain and still believes that magic push button exists.
For anyone who is out there struggling, there is NO magic button. The people who are making money are doing so because they bust their tails every day and make it happen.
All the information (and more) to succeed is right here on this forum. You can get a war room membership, buy a wso, or find a mentor. I'd say 90% of the stuff on here will help you make money if you actually apply it and don't give up before you even start.
Not sure if you've ever heard the old saying, "there's a thin line between the outhouse and the penthouse." Think about that one.
Most people on here know who Jason Fladlien is. Did you ever read his story? Ever hear him talk? Do you know why he is so successful and is making loads of money each month? Because he worked harder than anyone else did for a long time. That's it. He'll admit, he didn't know everything, but he refused to fail.
It's time to take a step back and look in the mirror and quit blaming everyone else for your failures. It's you that's the problem.