Hey, it’s Jon here again…
And today pag usapan natin ang ating mga mahal na “nanay”, “inay”, “mommy”, “mother earth, or kung ano man tawag mo.
Di pa naman Mother’s day but they’re one of the most influential people in our lives.
Growing up, one of the words I hear from my mom e yun…
“Di ko tinatae ang pera.”
“Di ko pinupulot ang pera.”
You probably heard one or similar to those which simply means making money is hard work.
Tama naman e. You need to work to make money.
Having a job or running a business are hard work.
Unfortunately, this belief can lead to a painful emotion.
What I mean is, whenever I tell people to think BIG. Big amount of income. Big business they immediately focus on extreme pain to get it.
Human nature tells us that we try to avoid any PAIN at all cost.
So guess what will happen?
People will stop dreaming and believing that they can make 10 times more than they’re making right now. In their heads…
“Ahhh, that’s a lot of work.”
“Ahhh, I may lose my health or relationship in the process.”
“Ahhh, masama ang sobrang pera.”
Again, because in their head it’s extremely painful so they won’t even think about being wealthy or rich.
In short, they’ll stay in their comfort zone.
Para kasing nasa isip nila, to make 10 times more then you have work 10 times harder which isn’t true. That’s because they’re coming from the industrial (factory) and agricultural age.
Well, we’re now in an information age.
You can now work less and make multiple times more than your current salary
Yes, I know. It’s hard to imagine for you for now. I’ve been there because too.
Until I got my first $100 cheque from Google as commission.
Like, how hard it is to write emails like what you’re reading right now?
Sure, it wasn’t super easy in the beginning but it’s not as difficult as what most people think. Definitely not 10 times more hard work.
Let’s face it. Lahat naman ng bagay sa umpisa medyo mahirap e. But eventually it will become easier and easier as time goes by.
Look at this email. Para lang akong nagku-kwento sayo.
I have a simple philosophy in this business and that is…
One Email A Day Keeps Poverty Away.
Yes. Kung ayaw kung magutom, I just write and send emails. If there’s one thing I need to do in business everyday, that’s write an email.
How good this “one email a day business” is?
Here are some numbers for you…
In the last two weeks, I sent 13 emails.
And guess how much money it generated?
Over Php 3,322,193.96
Wait. Before ka malula, I’d like to let you know that it’s not typical and I’ve been in this business for many years.
I’m good at this. I simply showing you possibilities that you’re not probably aware of dahil baka nasa “industrial age” ka pa din tulad ng nanay at tatay mo.
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To your freedom,
P.S. This business isn’t everyone. Like in any profession, it’s not for everyone. And this isn’t a get-rich-quick scheme either.
Will this business model work for you? I don’t know. Maybe yes. Maybe not.
But it won’t hurt if you’ll try.
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