Perhaps it's just me but a lot of WSOs are designed to keep you hooked onto trying to get money. Of course business exists to make money, but if you're so attached to trying to get money and you're afraid that a particular method won't work (i.e. fear of failure) you will likely procrastinate and get nowhere.
You've probably done what I once did: Bought myriads of WSOs looking for the next best or easiest method, only to end up filling up your hard drive and then eventually getting refunds. The sales pitch looks so good, yet once you find out what the method really entails, you make excuses and end up not doing it and you look for something better.
Has it ever occurred to you that you've turned yourself into a victim of money? As if money is your master and you are it's slave? Basically, it's a way of saying money owns you, and so you reach for another WSO in hopes of getting more of it, and then when that doesn't work, you seek out another one and this cycle repeats kinda like a drug addict or alcoholic who can't give it up.
So, what if there is another way?
What would happen if you focused on giving/contributing instead of getting?
What would happen if you decided to contribute towards people's real needs instead of trying to get more $$$?
Let's be real here: Which one feels lighter? Contributing or trying to get money from others?
Have you ever considered the possibility that by 'needing to make money' you are actually pushing customers/clients away? What if this need to 'get money' is the source of your procrastination?
What if your gifts and talents could be better used by giving instead of trying to get?
Think of it like a guy trying to 'get' a woman. If he is feeling needy, would a woman want to be with him? Yet, this is exactly what many guys have done, and the same principle applies in business. And while we're at it, if you're a guy and you want to attract a woman, focus on contributing/giving/blessing women instead of trying to get them. They will feel a much more positive vibe from you
If you are focusing on getting, what you're really subconsciously communicating is that you're stuck in a state of lack. And the people you interact with will notice it in your behavior. However, by giving, what are you saying about yourself?
How can one give what one does not have? In other words, when you focus on contributing, it presupposes you have! Thus by giving or contributing in some form or another, you are subconsciously communicating to yourself that you are in a state of having!
And this gets projected out to others by your actions. When you do this, you are no longer worried about what other people think because you are contributing to their needs, like a doctor healing a patient. Does a doctor ever feel worried about whether he will get patients or not? Not at all, because a patient knows that a doctor can fulfill his/her needs.
So instead of chasing after money, what can you do RIGHT NOW to contribute towards others?
To put it another way: How can you bless them with your gifts and talents?
Or ask yourself, "How can I make my clients/customers life better?"
And if you constantly focused on contributing, do you see how money can flow into your life with greater ease? And doesn't the thought of contributing feel much lighter than trying to get money?
Like if you can genuinely put a smile on someone's face or make someone happy, wouldn't that make things much easier for you?
The amazing thing about this is that when you contribute towards others, you literally feel better, and when you're feeling better you are much more resourceful which allows you to see more opportunities to contribute and be richly reward for your contributions (in the form of payment).
So again, "How can you make your clients/customers life better?"