Very often we complain about our life and we say I need holiday or I need a better job, but really when we got those things we enjoy them for a while and then life seems to be the same. I have just realized yesterday that I am already doing things that I love and …Read More →
I have been in the Internet Marketing industry for long enough to observe certain dubious practices that I and many of my industry friends highly disapprove of. People are invited to seminars and are pitched to, and they are promised quick cash with secret weapons, and of course this is not going to happen. There are a lot of honest guys with really good products, but the number of not so good offers is alarmingly high.
Finally, someone important has decided to put an end to it and officially express his dissatisfaction – David Cavanagh. I have spoken with David about the above mentioned practice many times, and I can see how much effort he’s putting into his work to make sure that he’s students success in their online businesses. Please, watch the video to find out what offer David put out, which the only one of a kind in the history of Internet marketing (at least the first one I have heard of). I have a lot of respect for David.
Kamil K. and David Cavanagh at Local Business Seminar in London
There is so much going on about being positive, and it makes me kind of sick and tired as it’s all without the real understanding of the whole process, and that ctually causes more problems than it solves. People are told that you need to be positive in order to succeed, and when they follow that recipe, they fail, get sick, or even get cancers in extreme cases, and then they say that being positive sucks. And they are right. Being positive or optimistic is one of the biggest mistakes people make. The truth is, you need not be positive; you need to be internally balanced. The way to the truth is always in the middle, and going to extremes will always bring extreme results. Do you want extreme results? I don’t think so.
Fortunately, there are people who teach about the truth, and I was “lucky enough” (I don’t believe in luck, anyway) to learn from those truly brilliant minds. Here’s my summary of the issue with the solution to the problem: