June 30, 2008

Are you qualified to start an Internet business?

If you're like most people, you probably measure your qualifications by your technical skills...

Your ability to design a web site...

Your ability to write sales copy...

Your ability to drive traffic...

But the reality is, NONE of that matters.

Building a business is a FORMULA. If you can understand instructions and follow the formula, you WILL make money online.

So if it's that simple, why do SO MANY people fail at it?

Personality!

See, there are certain personality traits -- inherent in some, but LEARNED by others -- that allow people to easily succeed, and other traits that cause people to constantly FAIL.

If you could identify those traits, wouldn't you have a better chance at being successful?

Well, here's your opportunity to find out...

... because I've been authorized by none other than Derek Gehl of the Internet Marketing Centre to offer you a FREE copy of his brand-new report, which lays out the exact traits necessary to succeed online.

The report is available now, and is based on Derek's personal observations following a DECADE of working with thousands of successful Internet entrepreneurs from around the world.

And like I said: he's allowing me to offer a copy to all of my best customers for free... no strings attached.

When you get it, you can do one of two things:

1. Nothing... which is definitely an "unsuccessful trait".

2. Study it and figure out if you have the inherent prerequisites for success, or if you need to LEARN them.

So if you would like a copy of this report, for FREE, go here and just follow the instructions.

Personally, I spent over US$12,000 and passed one of the most professionally fulfilling (but hardest working!) weeks of my life in Vancouver, Canada, last year learning these lessons directly with Derek and his team. I rate his company extremely highly.

2 comments:

Lindsay said...

Well, there *are* a lot of people lacking in the personality department... and I do believe being able to entertain to some extent can really help draw in an audience...

Still, I think a lot more people fail because they can't pick and stick to one method of making money. They might have personality in spades but if they're trying a new scheme every month it'll never win them anything.

Ronna Porter said...

I think that you've hit the nail on the head, Lindsay. But that's also the point of the post. Its less about if you have collected all the right 'qualifications' and more about do you have the personal drive and focus to see something through to completion.