5 newbie mistakes you didn’t know you’re making

Brace yourself, here we go…

#1. Thinking ideas are what you need

#2. Trying to create your own product

#3. Too easily distracted

#4. Scouring Facebook and forums for information

#5. Equating learning with earning

#6. Substituting knowledge for action

It’s not (all) your fault.

There are a lot of experts out there telling you to create your own products and how you need to have something which works, a case study, your own proof of concept etc.

But the truth is far simpler;

You can just forget all of it and leverage other people’s products instead.

I’m talking making hundreds (and maybe even thousands) of dollars a day just by piggy-backing on the success of other people.



You use this cool bit of software from my buddy Stephen.

When he used it he made $6351.98 in 24 hours without spending one red cent on traffic.

And all of this without having to create his own product, demonstrate credibility or be an “expert” of any kind.

Now this is something ANY newbie can do right?

The only mistake you can make here is not to invest in this before midnight EST tonight (when your exclusive discount is expiring);



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