How To Make Money Online Waggling Your Ears
I watched an eye-opening tv show last night called who wants to be a millionaire on BBC2. Robert Kiyosaki and T Harv Eker were two of the gurus featured who make astronomical amounts of money. And a lot of it is from telling people how to have a millionaire mindset and how to become financially independent. There is a run-down of what the program contains here.
And some of it seemed to involve a lot of ear wiggling and waggling and stating that you had a millionaire mindset. Or holding your leg and doing a dance. All while chanting out the mantra of wealth. Whatever mantra the Guru had decided was the one that would change your mind-set into one of positivity.
Rich Dad Poor Dad
I had never heard of it, but apparently this is like the most popular thing since sliced bread. I have never read a self help book in my life, or been to a seminar, or taken any notice of money making Gurus. But boy do these guys know what they are doing.
Sort of, but it works for the ones leading the pack, there is no doubt about that. And the amounts that people pay for such courses is mind blowing. Absolutely staggering. Books, DVD’s, appearances and very expensive seminars are just the beginning.
But I have to say that certain aspects of Kiyosaki’s approach actually hit home. Why make your kids go to college if they could be earning more by dropping out of school? A valid point. We have become so conditioned to a certain way of living and of what society expects us to do that anything slightly different is seen as doomed to fail.
I would certainly have no qualms about teaching my children, if I had any, about how to make money online, and tell them to fore-go a college education entirely. Heck, I can make anyone a full time living from their teems on up if they followed the advice I gave them and actually did it, not just thought about it.
This way lies financial freedom. And independence from the daily grind. An unconventional life where you set your own hours, deal only with people you want to, and reap some amazing rewards. Heck, if I told you how much we have earned, in 3 years, since I first turned on my computer to find out how to make some money you wouldn’t believe me. I find it hard to believe myself.
“a cross between Donald Trump and Buddha”
That’s how T Harv Eker, the author of Secrets of the Millionaire Mind sees himself. He is all about getting people into the mindset of being a wealthy person in the making. Positive thinking and daily exercises.
Excuse me for my scepticism, it bemuses and amazes me.
I have never looked at this world before but it seems to be so popular that it is impossible to not look at it a little more closely.
Having had a little peek into this world last night I was somewhat floored by the amount of money people were actually spending in order to hear someone speak. People were in massive debt because they paid to hear someone tell them how to get rich. It was a complete contradiction.
I don’t understand but I do.
We want guidance, we want to be shown the way. We want someone to look up to. We want to be a success and we want to become rich. Rich beyond our wildest dreams. Rich so we can live the life we want to lead. And people pay for advice and “secrets”. And they get into massive debt and make the Gurus richer.
It made me sad to watch. Young kids of 18 with no money to their name, working a few hours a week in crap jobs yet paying thousands out to get advice from a couple of Dudes about how to become rich through a portfolio of properties. And the kids were adamant and confident that they would be millionaires.
How the hell will they even get a mortgage?
They have no money, no good income, and yet they are convinced.
This whole world of paying people for advice, and to hype you up until your head will explode with the idea of being so rich you can own a country is mental.
Kiyosaki even has a board game!
And people love it.
I don’t even know where this post is going, I was just floored by the whole thing so wanted to share.
Look Guys and Gals, if you want to earn a full-time living online then I can tell you how to do it.
Send me $500 and I will spend a day answering any questions you want via email. I will give you 8 hours of my time and tell you anything that you need to know.
But then I would be as bad as them wouldn’t I?
But I am honest in that I will tell you what I do know and what I don’t know. I don’t claim to have all the answers but I know how to make money online.
But then the Gurus do too don’t they?
Or do they make money by just telling people how to make money?
Waggle those ears Dudes.