Posted by David Wood on October 16, 2014
Posted by David Wood on September 15, 2014
Hello from Dubai....land of flying carpets, desert dunes and Arabian nights!
We're staying at the Burj Khalifa (the tallest building in the world) and they're just CRAZY about technology here in the hotel. I shot this little 90 second video for you to see how they use technology in their hotel.
The funny thing is that -- as impressive as that is -- what's even more impressive as what else has been happening in the last month...
In the last 4 weeks, we put a little video online and it's created nearly $1 MILLION in sales in the last month....starting from scratch....and with no money spent on marketing.
It's pretty impressive.
Even more impressive are the number of people who've never made any money in ANYTHING else....and they're having $300 and $500 and $1,000 days.
I've never seen anything like it. We're averaging over 50 people per DAY joining our business.
To me, that means more than all the multi-billion dollar skyscrapers in the world.
Last week, I hosted a private webinar and invited a few people to attend.
So far, that webinar appears to have produced over $150,000 that I know of.
It's not glamorous. But it will give you a very clear picture of why so many people are succeeding so quickly....
--> It's simply an idea that everyone says 'yes' to.
You can watch the video here:
This is the ONLY time I have done a live hangout about this.
When I get back from Dubai, we'll be turning on the marketing machine we’ve been putting together behind the scenes for weeks.
If you ever wanted to be on the inside of something huge before it goes to the public, this is it.
See for yourself: http://www.WorkWithTonyRush.com/index2.html
To your IMMEDIATE success,
Hey guys, it's been awhile since I posted on my blog so I thought I'd give you a headsup.
Last week, I sent out an email with a very quick-and-raw little video that pulled in about $250k from ONE email...
Well, another week has gone by.
We're at about $500k now and we still haven't put up a proper "presentation" video yet. This thing just keeps sucking up money like a tornado on steroids.
This is just getting ridiculous.
And it's all because of an opportunity that anyone with any business sense can't help but say YES to.
I shot this quick video today just to let people know what's been going on for the last 2 weeks. (The rumors on Facebook have been hilarious, btw.)...
...and to give you one final chance to see what we're up to in the very early stages.
No glamour, no hype, just a real timely message for any entrepreneur who's looking for 7-figure++ results in the coming year.
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Funny how some people forget this....
Posted by David Wood on July 16, 2014
I saw it again today.
Someone on Facebook talking about how they were in Target and bought an item for $12.....put it on Ebay and sold it for $75.
Here's my take on it:
drop-shipping thing: if you buy an item at a major retailer for $12.....and then put it on Ebay and some gullible person buys it for $75 just because they were too foolish to shop around....
....you didn't do anything wrong.
After all, a fair price is whatever two people agree on, right?
At the same time, when people find out they've been gouged....now they're not happy with their purchase....and they're not happy with you.
They feel screwed over. Even though you didn't technically do anything wrong.
Just like it's not technically 'wrong' to sell people a car lease with no money down.
Or sell them furniture with no payments for a year.
Or extend their credit limits until they're spending 125% more than they earn.
I'm not saying you're "wrong" for doing it.
But, it should be something that you consciously decide. Just because you can take candy from a baby and get away with it doesn't mean you should.
And before any of my "dropshipping" friends decide to flame me, understand....please read it again: I'm NOT saying you're doing anything wrong.
But I AM saying that -- after the dust settles -- paying $75 for something they could have bought at their local Target for $12 is a transaction that makes them feel stupid.
I don't see any good-will there. And no one likes to feel suckered.
By the way, let me clarify: I've sold some expensive stuff in my career. I'm not opposed to people making good money on a transaction.
I'm just questioning the good-will involved in getting a gullible person to spend 600% more money than they have to just because you can.
Yes, I'm talking about social responsibility (not a popular concept these days). Because, at the end of the day, you have to decide whether what you do to earn a living actually contributes anything positive to the world community.
And, for the record, it's not my job (or yours) to judge how someone else wants to live their life. But is IS our job to exercise some discernment in the influences we follow.....the actions we take ourselves....and the choices we make about how we want to impact others.
And before anyone thinks I'm campaigning for sainthood......I will raise my hand and say that I've not always been proud of everything I've done for a living. I've signed on to projects and -- after seeing what they were really about on the backside and should have left -- I stayed longer than I should have.
Many years ago, when I was in a financial jam, I slung some Clickbank links at my list to generate some fast commissions time. It was a bad move. Those people who bought probably never bought anything from me again.
Not because I did anything wrong....but, because, my main motivation for sending them the link was "to get some commissions".......not because I thought the product was actually something that would benefit their lives.
I regret that. And I paid for it.
And, over the years, I've learned to ask myself: "Is this the kind of transaction that I would want my best friend to engage in if they were a prospect?"
If the answer is 'no'.....it's worth exploring further to see if it's the kind of business you want to base a career on.