How to Turn What You Love Into Money


I have some horrible news for you.

You probably already know this. In fact, you may have spent a considerable amount of time thinking about it in the past. You probably even felt a little angry when you realized what was happening.

It's this: you’ve spent a lot of your life making someone else rich 😲...

Like I said, you already know this. It’s not exactly a newsflash.

And yet – have you ever really thought about this on a deep level? I mean really thought about it?

If you ever want to break free of this lifestyle, you need to examine it. So, let’s start at the beginning…

If you’ve ever worked a job that pays by the hour, then you know what it means to directly trade your hours for dollars. If you want to make more money on the job, then you need to work more hours. And because we’re all given the same 24 hours in a day, your income is directly capped by how many of those hours you can reasonably spend working.

Now some of you who’re reading this may have moved beyond the hourly wage, and instead received a set salary. Depending on what you’re doing, that may be even a worse way to make money.

Why?

Because you know how these jobs go. There are high expectations from your bosses. If there’s a deadline approaching, you’re expected to work extra hours to meet that deadline. Suddenly you’re working 60 hours per week, 75 hours, 80 hours or more. And yet your paycheck isn’t reflecting all those extra hours. Your time is actually becoming LESS valuable – the more hours you put in, the less you make per hour of work.

Now maybe some of you who’re reading this have already escaped the day job. Some go on to become service providers – whether that service is plumbing or ghostwriting, there’s a big problem. Namely, you’re right back to trading your time for dollars. You may be self-employed, but it sure feels an awful lot like a job.

Service providers aren’t the only ones who feel this. There are people running low-margin businesses like restaurants who are pouring their heart and soul into the business. They’re working incredibly long days and have very little time off. And despite those long hours, their paycheck doesn’t reflect the value they’re providing.

Online the prospects aren’t much better. There are online business owners who are working in their business day in and day out, oftentimes for 12 hours per day. They’re doing most of the work themselves. They can’t even take a week off, because their business wouldn’t survive without them.

Maybe some of this sounds familiar to you. And it gets you thinking…

Do You Own Your Own Business…

Or Does It Own YOU?

Ask yourself these questions:

  • How many hours are you working in your business every week?
  • What is your monthly income?
  • What does that income translate to when you calculate how much money you’re making for every hour you work?
  • Do you have a team helping you?

If you actually answer those questions and crunch a few numbers, you may just feel a little deflated. You may wonder if it’s all worth it. What happened to the whole "internet lifestyle" you’ve been hearing about?

Heads up: the dream is alive and well. You just need to know the right way to turn it into a reality.  Here’s our advice…

#1. You Need to Pick the Right Business

Let’s cut right to the chase: we think info-publishing is one of the best businesses on the planet – and we’ve got $25 million to prove it.

Think about this for a second…

Information and "know how" are some of the most valuable assets on the planet.

Do you think a cardiac surgeon makes a lot of money because he can cut straight with a scalpel? Of course not. Our technology is so advanced now that surgeons can use robots to help them with tricky surgeries.

What makes a cardiac surgeon so valuable to the hospital is what he KNOWS. He knows how to treat patients, he knows when they need surgery, and he knows exactly what to do once the chest is open.

Or take the example of an oil company – what do you suppose their biggest asset is? It’s not the oil. That’s right, it’s information and know-how. An oil tycoon knows where to drill for oil. It’s this know-how that makes the tycoon rich.

Or how about author JK Rowling of Harry Potter fame? She turned her words into a billion-dollar fortune. She found the right audience, she gave them the content they wanted, and as a result she became wealthier than the Queen of England.

I could go on and on, but you get the point – content, information and know-how are extremely valuable. And right at this moment, you know something that others want to know, and they’re willing to pay you handsomely for this information.

Just imagine it: you can make your fortune simply by packaging and selling what you ALREADY know.

Which brings us to the next point…

#2. You Need to Be Passionate About What You’re Doing

There are always going to be people who tell you to chase the money. They’ll tell you that if you’re passionate about making money, that’s good enough – you don’t need to be passionate about the actual information you’re packaging and selling.

Bull.

You need to be passionate about what you’re doing, because that’s what’s going to keep you going in those early days of your business when you’re still setting everything up, but there’s no money rolling in yet.

Ever notice how many people are like dogs noticing a squirrel when it comes to their business? They run after one thing for a while, then they see another “squirrel” and start chasing it… and on and on.

You know why that happens?

Because they didn’t pick something they were passionate about. So every bright and shiny object that crosses their path looks a helluva lot more interesting than the thing they’re working on right now. It’s easy to get distracted when you’re bored or you hate what you’re doing.

So yes, start with your passion. What topics do you love? Which ones do you spend a lot of time reading about and talking about? Which topics catch your eye on YouTube and other social media?

Start with those topics – the ones that have held your interest for years. Those are the topics around which you’ll want to start your info-publishing empire.

Now let me share with you another piece of advice…

#3. You Can’t Do It Alone

Yes, you can enjoy a decent amount of success all on your own. You can make a decent amount of money. And you may be perfectly content with that.

But quite a few of you who’re reading this aren’t looking for a “decent” amount of success or money. If you’re one of those who wants more – lots more – then you need to be prepared to work with others to make it happen.

Partnering with others can take a lot of different forms, and you may utilize all these forms to speed up your success. This may include:

  • Hiring other people to help you grow your business. This is a great way to make sure your revenues and business grow even if you’re not at work. You can outsource, hire part-time, or hire full-time – or some combination that fits your needs.
  • Recruiting marketing partners. Yep, here we’re talking about affiliates and joint venture partners. Your business will grow so much faster if you leverage other peoples’ assets, such as their mailing lists, their social media platforms, and their ability to drive warm leads in your direction.
  • Getting teachers and mentors. There are people who’ve already blazed the path that you’re starting down, and it would be foolish to ignore what they know. You can slash your learning curve by learning from successful others.

And that’s where Simon Hodgkinson and Jeremy Gislason come in…

The Info Publishing Challenge

They’ve done exactly what you want to do. Simon and Jeremy have sold countless information products over the years, including books, courses and membership sites. They’ve dropped over $25 million into their bank accounts during that time. To say Simon and Jeremy have "been there, done that" is a bit of an understatement. And that’s why they've set up the Info Publishing Challenge. 

This is a unique challenge where we encourage you to go "all in" starting in January. Stretch. Achieve. Profit. And you don’t have to do it alone.

They’ll show you the tools and strategies we use every day in our own successful info-publishing business. Plus for a limited number of people – which may include you if you’re quick – Simon and Jeremy will sign on as your joint venture partner. That’s right, they’ll take your best offer and promote it to THEIR audience.

This could be a turning point for you. Some day you may look back on this day as the day you took your business to the next level.

Of course you have a choice. You can keep doing what you’re doing and see where that gets you in a few months. Or you can let us help you.

The choice is clear. If you’re ready to accept help, then click here to get started: 
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