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Internet Marketing Secrets Exposed!


I know most of you reading this will say to yourself;
“Yeah, OK, so it’s possible to make a lot of money in Internet Marketing…but can “I” be
the one to make that kind of money?”
That truly depends on you, and your “why”.
It depends on how bad you want success.
Is it a burning desire within you, or just a great idea? Are your dreams so real that you
can “touch” them in your mind, or are they vague, distant thoughts that would “be nice”
if they happened?
In this frame of mind lies your success… and unfortunately, it can also carve out your
failure.
I’m sure you’ve all heard this before. Likely so much, you feel a very strong desire to
delete this ebook, so you don’t be lectured on it again! But, instead of just reading these
words, I want you to really understand them. I want you to truly grasp what is being
conveyed here. You need to fully understand how important it is to change your mindset,
and begin to attract into your life the necessary tools to help you reach your life’s
ambitions, and the very first thing you must do is define your “why”.
You must realize your ambitions and aspirations are not just silly whims you occasionally
day-dream about while sitting at your desk at work. They are not just fantasies as you
imagine yourself on a crystal-clear beach somewhere. They are as real as you want them
to be, and they must be “real” to you before they can be “real” to everyone else.
They are the cornerstone of your success.
Every great idea, concept, achievement, invention, business, city, state, country, on and
on, all began with a dream. They all began with a vision. Somebody had to dream it
before it was reality.
Thomas Edison failed over 3,000 times before he invented the light bulb. When asked
about all those blunders he quipped;
“I didn’t fail 3,000 times. I now know how not to make a light bulb 3,000 different
ways.”
Now that’s a dreamer! That’s true commitment! And, it all started with a burning
passion…an idea that he refused to let go of.
Henry Ford said; “Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more
intelligently.”
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