How to make BIG money in 2019! No Scam! Totally Legit!

by DRP
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Dear keyboard warriors,

Are you tired of not making any money online? Do you wish that you could crack the code and finally make money? Of course you do. Let me tell you how you can make 2019 the bestest year ever!

1. Hang it up! That's right. Accept the fact that you will never make more than "beer money" online.

2. Clean up your resume! It's mostly a job seekers market throughtout the world. Now is the best time to find a job. Better hurry! Global growth is slowing down and we will probably see recession across different countries later this year.

3. Apply for a JOB. I know, I sound like such a dream stealer, don't I? Who needs a J-O-B. Don't I know that it stands for "just over broke"!? Well let's be real here - you need a job and now is the time to get one!

That's really it! 3 simple action items that will help you make 2019 the best year ever! Is it really sexy and cool? No. But will it keep you alive and not a burden to those around you? Absolutely.

Make 2019 a year of employment! Ciao!
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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Originally Posted by DRP View Post

    1. Hang it up! That's right. Accept the fact that you will never make more than "beer money" online.

    2. Clean up your resume! It's mostly a job seekers market throughtout the world. Now is the best time to find a job. Better hurry! Global growth is slowing down and we will probably see recession across different countries later this year.

    3. Apply for a JOB. I know, I sound like such a dream stealer, don't I? Who needs a J-O-B. Don't I know that it stands for "just over broke"!? Well let's be real here - you need a job and now is the time to get one!

    That's really it! 3 simple action items that will help you make 2019 the best year ever! Is it really sexy and cool? No. But will it keep you alive and not a burden to those around you? Absolutely.

    Make 2019 a year of employment! Ciao!
    Okkkk, , you are aware that this is an IM forum, not an employment forum?

    Saying this here, is a bit like walking into the UN with a bag of coal.

    You are right to a point, a job will kill most IM endeavors over the coming year in relation to how much you have in the bank.

    But long term???

    A silly job will give you a nice vacation or several over 5 years, and possibly allow you to save something, (pretty hard to do in AU) and sure rack up the debts, and waste a lot on smart phone upgrades, etc, and put something into Super, (401K) so in 30 or more years you can p*** it away on a new car, and go on the pension, (that is what most do).

    But go online for 5 years, and sure, you may end up with nada, (nothing) in that time, and the guy with the job looks way ahead, and in 10 years time, the guy with the job, (well in AU, a house is still out of reach for most) would have fond memories of Japan, and the US holiday, a 5k PC setup, nice furniture, and a home cinema, etc.

    But have no more competency online than checking emails and booking flights.

    So 10 years the job guy seems way ahead, and the IM guy has vast amounts of knowledge, (overall failures and a lot of skills and knowledge) but not much to show for it.

    12 years later, the job guy is still doing ok, and planning another holiday, but is 15 years away from the pension, (getting his hands on his Super) which won't be enough, so he has to reside himself with renting til he dies, and making do on a minimal wage from the gov, (pension).

    The other guy that has gone without, learned, acted, failed and then tried something else, finally makes it, and knows how to create wealth online.

    He leaves the job guy, that is a good 12 years behind him, in regards to experience and knowledge in the dust, and gets over the million dollar mark within a few years, while the first, resides himself to another 10 years of hard work, and a meager existence.

    What seems like a good idea in the short term, usually isn't for the long; And what seems terrible for the short is great for the long.

    I is up to each whether they want to dive in the deep end, (risk everything) the middle, (keep a job and work on the business) or shallow end, (Tatt's ticket).

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    • Profile picture of the author DRP
      Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

      Okkkk, , you are aware that this is an IM forum, not an employment forum?
      Indeed, this is an IM forum full of pipe dreams and unicorns. 99% of the people here do not make any livable income from their online endeavors. I mean c'mon, you read the same threads that I do.

      It's actually pretty sad because the majority of threads are from people that have no options, they're clearly financially vulnerable and they have it in their head that IM is the magic bullet, the secret sauce, the golden ticket. I know it seems harsh, but people need to get real.

      Even ones that have saved up a bit of money end up squandering what little they have saved on some "opportunity" or "system" when they would have been better off throwing that into savings. I get it: it's boring. But they gotta stop seeing IM as a winning lottery ticket, because for them...it's a punji trap.

      LOL I acutally posted this in the main forum but the mods weren't enthusiastic about this, so they threw it in the off topic. Shame, since the noobs and try-hards really need to see this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Odahh
    although this is an im forum .. this is also how to succeed in im..or with digital marketing..

    as i study more and more about those who succeed.. the best most solid path of successfully building an online income.. is to have a stable income from a job or offline business .. and build the online income on the side ..this allows you to put the money you make online into growing the online business and extra income from the offline income into growing the business ..
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    • Profile picture of the author DRP
      Originally Posted by Odahh View Post

      as i study more and more about those who succeed.. the best most solid path of successfully building an online income.. is to have a stable income from a job or offline business .. and build the online income on the side ..this allows you to put the money you make online into growing the online business and extra income from the offline income into growing the business

      So you agree with me. That might work for some people. The only challenge I have for that idea is that as an employer, if I had a subordinate that was slacking at work and I discovered that he was doing something on the side that was consuming more of their resources than their job did - I'd terminate them.



      If you rock your job and still rock a side hustle, more power to you. My hat's off to you. But if you treat the job like a nuisance and only give the bare minimum while working on a side hustle, then I'd say shame on you.



      *"you" as in the person, figuratively speaking. I'm not saying this is what YOU do.
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      • Profile picture of the author Odahh
        Originally Posted by DRP View Post

        So you agree with me. That might work for some people. The only challenge I have for that idea is that as an employer, if I had a subordinate that was slacking at work and I discovered that he was doing something on the side that was consuming more of their resources than their job did - I'd terminate them.



        If you rock your job and still rock a side hustle, more power to you. My hat's off to you. But if you treat the job like a nuisance and only give the bare minimum while working on a side hustle, then I'd say shame on you.



        *"you" as in the person, figuratively speaking. I'm not saying this is what YOU do.

        so do you fire all employees who give the job the bare minimum ..or will you just fire those with a side hustle..

        or will you just start giving more work to those you find have a side hustle untill you deem them as slacking ..

        do you fire all the slacker right away.. if not why should the guy with a side hustle put in more effort than most everyone else..

        by th e time someone is slacking off to favor a side hustle .. they are probably ready to go anyway ..
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        • Profile picture of the author DRP
          Originally Posted by Odahh View Post

          so do you fire all employees who give the job the bare minimum ..or will you just fire those with a side hustle..

          or will you just start giving more work to those you find have a side hustle untill you deem them as slacking ..

          do you fire all the slacker right away.. if not why should the guy with a side hustle put in more effort than most everyone else..

          by the time someone is slacking off to favor a side hustle .. they are probably ready to go anyway ..
          I fire anyone that doesn't contribute to the team. We all have a function and the company needs each member to perform to the best of their ability at all times while they're on the company's dime. I don't find that draconian or unfair at all.

          I'm a hard-ass but I'm more than fair, and above all - respected. I won't fault anyone for having a side hustle. As I already explained previously, if your side gig is more important than your position on my team, then I'll fire you and replace you with someone who will take their position seriously. I admire anyone that gives their job their everything, and then goes to their second job/gig/side business and gives that their everything.

          I don't admire laziness, or parasitic behavior.

          Anyway, this thread and message is for anyone that needs money and is NOT cracking it online - which is well over 90% of the folks here. That's not vanity, it's sad. But I'd rather give people tough love than fleece them for what little they have.
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    i fully agree with your message..

    now more than likely many or all in the 90 percent.. have jobs that make them misserable .. and are chasing the i'm dream ..or dreaming the i'm dream .. rather than getting better skills and finding a better job..

    so your advice is good ..
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  • Profile picture of the author Justin012
    Some of these "Keyboard Warriors" as you refer to are real entrepreneurs who are making a mint online. So dig that!
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    • Profile picture of the author DRP
      Originally Posted by Justin012 View Post

      Some of these "Keyboard Warriors" as you refer to are real entrepreneurs who are making a mint online. So dig that!

      And the thing that kills you the most...is that you're not one of them.


      Your site is unsecured and your product has a gravity on 0.00 on Clickbank. Get a job bruh.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
      Originally Posted by Justin012 View Post

      Some of these "Keyboard Warriors" as you refer to are real entrepreneurs who are making a mint online. So dig that!
      Well said Justin. Most of the time, People want to help others to succeed (no matter how unorthodox) ... Then there are those that are just negative.
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  • Having a job gives you a stable income thus, it can speed up the process of making money online because you'll have more money to invest in your business. But by all means, once you achieve financial success online and it replaces your job income just quit lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    Even ones that have saved up a bit of money end up squandering what little they have saved on some "opportunity" or "system" when they would have been better off throwing that into savings.
    A lot of it goes into savings.

    Brent
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