Why Disrespecting This Commandment Of Wealth Will Make You A Prisoner Of Your Job

“Sitting on an empty road in a blizzard in the dark of the night out in the middle of nowhere, I’d had it. Sometimes clarity washes over you like a peaceful breeze and other times it hits you over the head like a falling Steinway piano. For me, it was the latter. A sharp declaration overpowered my brain: ‘You cannot live another day like this!’”

That’s what made MJ DeMarco, author of The Millionaire Fastlane, quit his dead-end job as a limousine driver and become a self-made millionaire.

My favorite part of his book is called “The Five Commandments of Wealth”.

MJ explains in detail the five ingredients any successful business must have.

They’re all great but personally, I love the lessons from the Commandment of Time.

Lots of people are married to their businesses and although they make tons of money, they can’t enjoy life.

Why?

Because they violate the Commandment of Time.

No matter what business you start, you must be able to detach it from your time.

It needs to work even if you sleep or are on vacation.

Sure getting motivated to “be your own boss” or “start your own business” is great.

But at the end of the day, you need to make your business work even if you’re not there.

How do you that?

I’m not going to sugarcoat it, it’s hard.

And you can lose many hours figuring everything out.

After all, everybody else online is violating the Commandment of Time.

They can’t teach you how to do what’s necessary.

For me, it took many years to nail down the processes needed to free my time.

They are my well-guarded treasure since they have given me peace of mind and time with my family.

I don’t share them with everyone.

I share them only with the elite few who join the 12 Minute Affiliate System

And I’ll share them with you when you join.

Sincerely,
Joseph Smith

P.S. My other favorite Commandment is the one of Control.

You’re either in control of your financial plan or you aren’t.

There is no in between.

If you’re not driving, someone else is in control.

If you’re a hitch hiker on someone else’s business, you make at best good money.

But if you’re the driver, you make big money.

100 Years Of Failing

People never stop amusing me.

Take for example my own family. When I announced I’ll beat the rat race and become financially independent, they gave me this pearl of conventional wisdom:

“If you don’t succeed, you’ll fail.

Most people do.”

They told me that 90% people fail when they start a business. Showed me a pie chart with all the expenses I was expected to have. My cousin even referenced a coworker of his who failed with his first business. He never mentioned his failures, of course…

I had second thoughts when I listened to them.

Maybe they were right?

But I wanted to believe I’ll succeed and chose to ignore them.

Today, I would make a simple statement:

“Yeah but if I don’t try I’ll be forever stuck in my dead end job, just like you.”

And it would drive them mad.

Why?

Because back then and even now, only a couple of them cared about me.

They warned me since they knew I would be sad, had I failed.

The rest of them? They didn’t want me to succeed because then, I would be a living example of their own cowardliness. I would remind them that they were too afraid to take their own first step. And remained forever just over broke, in a job they hate, unable to do the things they wanted.

Moral of the story?

People behave like crabs in a bucket. When one tries to get out, the other crabs will prevent it’s escape. They’ll go out of their way to grab it and keep it inside. Because they don’t want to see one of them getting ahead in life.

Most people are like that.

They will try to hold you back with their passive aggressive behaviors.

But when they do it, you only have to fight back.

How?

By kicking them in the face and sending them back into the bucket to rot.

Sincerely,
Joseph Smith

P.S. Here is something I never talk about.

I was furious with anyone who told me “you’ll fail”.

A better life wasn’t my only motivation.

I also wanted to prove them wrong.

The 80-Hour Work Week Behind The 4-Hour One

Do you like the idea of a 4-hour work week?

I love it.

I mean enjoying life, with minimal stress while working 4 hours per week?

Sign me up.

Yet the idea behind it misguides lots of people.

And it misguides you.

What do I mean?

When you hear “4-hour work week” you think of the end result.

And subconsciously, you believe 4 hours per week will be enough for you to reach your goals.

Here is the truth Tim Ferriss and every other lifestyle guru wish you never find out.

Before you reach the 4 hour work week lifestyle, there’re months and even years of working up to 80 hours per week.

Of course, if Tim named his book “The 80-hour Work Week” it wouldn’t become a New York Times Bestseller.

He knows this is true and he has even admitted it in his later interviews.

Does this mean you’ll have to overwork yourself to death before living the dream life?

No.

You see, back in the days, Tim didn’t have access to the systems needed to automate his business.

He went through lots of trial and error and literally had to fail forward.

Today he has systemised his business but wishes he was starting now – he would have saved lots of time.

And guess what?

The same systems Tim wishes were in place when he got started in 2002 are the ones included in the 12 Minute Affiliate program .

They won’t serve you on a silver platter the 4 hour work week.

You still need to work hard.

But they’ll minimize any amount of time wasted and give you the road map for the lifestyle you want.

Whether that’s working 4 hours per week or even 2.

Grab them here.

Sincerely,
Joseph Smith

The One Occasion You Shouldn’t Let People Join You

I just finished a call with Dean.

Dean is interested in joining The 12 Minute Affiliate System so I told him to hop on a call with me and see if it’s the right thing for him.

Now, re-read the above sentence.

I didn’t tell him “sure, just click here, join me and all your money problems will be solved”.

Blasphemy you say?

Do you believe that the more people who link arms with you, the better?

Hold your horses.

Although it makes sense short-term, it sucks as a long-term strategy.

Here is why.

I knew nothing about Dean. I’m not sure if we click together. He might even believe that this time next month, he’ll be a gazillionaire.

Shouldn’t I understand what he expects from the company and me?

Shouldn’t I learn what his dreams are?

Heck, shouldn’t I know if he is a just a dreamer and not a doer?

He might make me invest time in him, ignore all the advice I give, quit and then bad mouth me because he failed.

This is why I hop on a call with people whenever I have time.

I don’t get as many team members as the online gooroos but hey, I make sure that my team is full of players not quitters.

How about you?

Are you a player or a quitter?

If you are a quitter, then there are a hundred gooroos who will make you lose your hard-earned cash.

If you are a player?

You should join my team today.

Sincerely,
Joseph Smith

What Will You Remember Doing Today!

Is today worth remembering? Are you getting closer to a life changing moment or are you drifting along the status quo?

Believe it or not, a man named Earl can tell you.

There was an old TV show called My Name is Earl where the main character travels around fixing all the things he’d done wrong in his life.

In one episode, Earl has a conversation with a young character named Alby about death. When Alby asks Earl what happens when you die, Earl says,

“Well, no one really knows for sure, but I like to think the first thing that happens in heaven is you get to watch your whole life on TV.”

And that was the whole point of the show. Earl was trying to fix everything he’d done wrong so when he looked back on his life one day he would be able to smile with no regret.

So if you died and were watching this moment over, what would you think?

Would you be glad that you kept working a job that overworked and underpaid you? Would you say “wow” when you walk into your apartment or home?

Would this moment even be worth watching? Does anything happen next that would make future you pause and watch over again? Or would future you fast-forward to the good stuff?

If your answers weren’t very encouraging, then here’s your solution to make this moment worth remembering.

It’s an online system called The 12 Minute Affiliate Program you’re going to want to remember the moment you joined.

Because the 12 minute affiliate system allows its affiliates to work from their own computer and earn thousands every week doing it.

Right now you can make this moment the one that changed your life. The moment that you tell your kids about when they’re going out into the world on their own or you’ll talk about when someone asks you how you became a success.

Will you?

Click here to say yes.

Click here to find out more.

Best,

Joseph Smith

100 Years Of Failing

People never stop amusing me.

Take for example my own family. When I announced I’ll beat the rat race and become financially independent, they gave me this pearl of conventional wisdom:

“If you don’t succeed, you’ll fail.

Most people do.”

They told me that 90% people fail when they start a business. Showed me a pie chart with all the expenses I was expected to have. My cousin even referenced a coworker of his who failed with his first business. He never mentioned his failures, of course…

I had second thoughts when I listened to them.

Maybe they were right?

But I wanted to believe I’ll succeed and chose to ignore them.

Today, I would make a simple statement:

“Yeah but if I don’t try I’ll be forever stuck in my dead end job, just like you.”

And it would drive them mad.

Why?

Because back then and even now, only a couple of them cared about me.

They warned me since they knew I would be sad, had I failed.

The rest of them? They didn’t want me to succeed because then, I would be a living example of their own cowardliness. I would remind them that they were too afraid to take their own first step. And remained forever just over broke, in a job they hate, unable to do the things they wanted.

Moral of the story?

People behave like crabs in a bucket. When one tries to get out, the other crabs will prevent it’s escape. They’ll go out of their way to grab it and keep it inside. Because they don’t want to see one of them getting ahead in life.

Most people are like that.

They will try to hold you back with their passive aggressive behaviors.

But when they do it, you only have to fight back.

How?

By kicking them in the face and sending them back into the bucket to rot.

CLICK HERE NOW

Sincerely,

Joseph Smith

Faster Results Doesen’t Mean Bigger Risks

Contrary to popular belief: you don’t need to eat risk for breakfast.

Yes, we at-home-preneurs are a ballsy group.

We flicked off the man and went rogue.

We were the ones brave enough to chase our dreams instead of work 40 hours a week for 40 years.

The gleam in our eyes stems from a deeply ingrained belief that we are worthy of living life by our terms.

But that doesn’t mean you have to take huge risks to make your dreams come true!

Far from it, bud.

In fact, it’s easier than ever before to flick off your boss and quit on the spot.

All you gotta do is head over to The 12 Minute Affiliate System. 

They have a global team doing the heavy lifting for you.

Consider it renting equipment.

Instead of building all the necessary tools and products and programs and resources and expertise.

You’re just going to rent theirs out.

And leverage their experience for faster results.

This is what the faster way looks like

Sincerely,
Joseph Smith

What Will You Do When Robots Replace You !!!

Here’s an interesting tidbit for you:

According to a report named “Artificial Intelligence, Automation, and the Economy”, companies should start preparing employees.

About what?

About the coming of robots.

They are going to be inserted into companies.

And they will steal from you the job you fought so hard to get..

Think I exaggerate?

The report continues “Researchers’ estimates on the scale of threatened jobs over the next decade or two range from 9% to 47%.”

Make no mistake.

Robots will replace millions of workers.

Who will be the first victims?

People in lower wage jobs.

If you are getting paid peanuts in your current job it’s because you’re easily replaceable.

And when push comes to shove, do you think your obnoxious boss will prefer you over a machine that works 24/7, doesn’t ask for vacations or a raise?

Yeah, me neither.

What are you going to do?

Play nice and believe that you are a special snowflake who won’t get fired?

Good luck with that.

But what if fear of getting replaced has been in your head for a long time?

There is only one decent solution for you.

Find the details here.

Sincerely,
Joseph Smith

Nike’s Motivational Slogan Misguides Young Business Owner

Last night I read a forum post that grabbed my attention.

It was written by a 20-year old guy and the title was “JUST DO IT.”

Here’s what he said:

“Just do it. That’s what I’ve told been telling myself these past few months. Start a blog, start a Youtube channel, it doesn’t have to be great. Although it’s not perfect, I’ve already posted two blog posts. They’re very random, and I don’t have a real niche that I’d like to talk about. But I’m doing it. And you should to!”

I applaud the young man’s actions.

But he is shooting himself in the foot.

Why?

He rushed things.

He wants to get some momentum going for his business.

But there’s a problem with momentum.

It will either bringer closer to your goals…or it will make you crash on a tree.

His blogs and videos are random.

He hasn’t chosen a niche or a market.

He doesn’t have an idea how to monetize his efforts.

I can already hear the ambulances rushing his way

Listen.

Being enthusiastic like this young man is great.

Life should be all about experimenting and making a mark in the world.

But he is young and has all the time in the world.

What about you?

Do you have all the time in the world?

If you do, you might like this young man’s “business” plan.

But what if you have limited time?

What if you are behind on your bills and you are getting older by the day?

Then you need a business that’s not based on cute slogans.

You need a business that’s rooted in solid, money-making principles.

You need a business like this.

Sincerely,
Joseph Smith

Why Is It So Hard?

I’ll tell you why it’s so hard for you.

And I’m speaking from personal experience here.

It’s because you’re paralyzed with information overload.

It’s because you’ve spent almost 12 months chasing shiny objects that failed you.

It’s because no one in your life believes you’ll ever succeed on the internet.

Thing is, you shouldn’t blame yourself.

Because it’s not that you know what you’re doing.

You’re just listening to the so-called expurts who recommend systems they’re heavily invested in.

They need you to buy their crap so they make money.

Most expurts are like that.

They’ll say anything to get you to buy something with their name on it.

With an exception or two.

And it takes some digging and sifting through BS until you find something good.

I, for one, been shoveling through horse manure for a couple of years now.

It wasn’t easy to stay motivated.

But I knew that eventually I would bump into something that’s going to completely turn things around for me.

And found that one thing.

Get details here

Sincerely,
Joseph Smith