For those of you that are struggling, hopefully this will give you some clarity on what to truly focus on.
Did you apply what you learnt?
Have you progressed by taking
correct --profitable-- action unlike 99% of people?
Here's the thing: To become a marketing genius
you don't need to learn loopholes...no no no.
The path to transforming into a Marketing Jedi
consists of 2 things:
1.You learn the few marketing concepts that have
been the same for THOUSANDS of years. Scarcity,
reciprocation etc etc and...
2....you apply these to the mindset of your prospect.
The losers who can't make money online never get this.
The losers are always copying fly by night tactics. They
live and die by "tactics" - not concepts.
Am I being too abstract?
The pros are the ones that understand the marketing concepts
like I mentioned earlier. They find new tactics to fuel the concepts
to apply them to their prospects mindset.
They know that the concepts are immutable.
That's the difference.
...they know tactics come and go.
The path to riches comes from understanding human nature.
Here's a little 'secret': Nothing has changed my friend.
Ancient Rome had their own fast food stores. No kidding.
5000 years ago ancient Egypt had their own usury laws and banks.
The ancients had their own brothels, their own sports arenas that
people crowded into to watch and fulfill their lust for competition and domination.
Nothing has changed - and you'll never be out of wealth if you
understand human nature. That's why half of the books you read
should consist of history and psychology.
I forgot who said it, but it was said that educated people are dangerous,
not the ignorant. You can keep ignorant people under control with
bread and circus.
Nowadays its Mcdonalds and MTV. Same thing.
Hey, I'm not trying to make some political point - I'm highlighting
the immutable human psyche.
Next email I'm going to give you the quickest path
to big wealth. I'm not kidding. All this human nature stuff,
Rome, Egypt might be a bit too heavy for just a single
email about "internet marketing".
In your service,
PS: I'm currently reading "On Writing" by Stephen King.
It's about writing. The master teaching his craft. I'm no literary
genius (did I really need to state that?), but I know that
having half decent writing skills will put you ahead 90%
of the competition online.
Don't forget, online, unless you do a lot of video and audio,
you're a writer.
The pen is mightier than the sword. It truly is my friend.