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If you were to ask me four years ago when I started all of this if I was interested in building an automatic income business, I likely would've laughed right in your face and then grilled you with questions like these:
Q: So what? You want me to give up my day job (with benefits) and pursue this dream business?
A: Whoa, there, partner. Nobody said anything about quitting your day job. That would be unwise, and absolutely something I don't recommend. The best part about this business is it's very risk free, and starts small, yet builds over time. PLEASE don't quit your day job just yet.
Q: I'm too busy with my current job, family obligations, etc, etc that I don't have time to start a business.
A: Honestly? Maybe this isn't the course for you, then. I'm not selling dreams, here. I'm giving you a step-by-step guide to change your life. You know how you do that? By doing the opposite of what you're doing right now. It involves work and sacrifice. That may include late nights and working on weekends, but it's only temporary. In the end, it's SO worth it.
Q: This seems too good to be true. What's the catch?
A: I think people tend to overcomplicate business. This is definitely not a get-rich-quick scheme (I don't believe in those). But by following a few simple, easy-to-follow systems that I share with you in the course, you'll be up and running in no time.
Q: How much does it cost to get started? I'm very risk averse.
A: That's why I love this business model. Outside of the price of the course, you can get started for as little as $20/month with your server rental. Even if it takes you 6 months to land your first client (which I find very unlikely), you'll only be floating $120. We're not talking about thousands of dollars, here. $20 to get started is a small price to change your life. People spend more than that eating out on the weekends.
Q: What technical skills are required?
A: I don't expect you to be a tech genius, but I do expect you to be somewhat computer savvy. If you have a hard time turning on your computer and opening a browser, then yeah -- maybe this course isn't for you. Otherwise, you'll be just fine.
Q: Do I need to be a web designer or developer?
A: Does it help? Sure. Is it required? Not at all. It'll be easier to get up and running if you've got some coding experience or can walk your way around a Wordpress installation, but it's not required by any means. And is actually very easy to pick up as you go.
Q: How much can you earn?
A: That's entirely up to you and how much work you're willing to put into it. My first year or two that I ran this business, I didn't take it very seriously. I'd add on a client here or there. That being said, I was still able to gain 20 clients. It wasn't until the most recent two years I've been doing this that I've been able to scale up quickly and add 60 additional clients. Most of these clients are paying anywhere from $35-$75/mo or more.