“Young entrepreneurs get real on what it takes”
Over the weekend I watched a documentary called “The Startup Kids”.
The Startup Kids is a one documentary where the film crew interview a bunch of young entrepreneurs involved in “startup” companies.
On the one hand it glorifies the young entrepreneur and especially those who have done well and make a ton of money online, on the other hand it also discusses the realities of what they had to do to achieve what they did, which is often not all that glamorous.
However as far as online businesses is concerned it is kind of one sided. This is not to take away from the fantastic achievements of the interviewees, it's just that is leaves much to be desired in terms of showing the other models of making money online.
The tricky thing is this. while the interviewees are all young, enthusiastic go-getters who have gone out with thier big ideas to start a business online and make it the next big thing it's the underground successes that interest me.
‘What do I mean by that? We've all heard of Apple's Steve Jobs, We've all seen Microsoft's Bill Gates and Facebook's glorified Mark Zuckerberg but there are also thousands upon thousands of people who make money online… serious money, and you never hear of them!
Their names are not publicised, no-one (but a select few) know who they are. You cannot recognise them in the street since most of them have shorts and a t-shirt as their standard business attire and they tend not to make a big deal of their online success, on the contrary they typically tend to underplay their business because they have managed to find tiny niches online which are providing them with a constant flow of automated income.
In the documentary these young start-up entrepreneurs all work hard at their business, slaving over their computers and agonising over each choice and detail of their business, but the undercover millionaires, the ones sitting on beaches somewhere exotic, tend to have their businesses set up to run on autopilot. They do a few hours work a week to run their empire and the rest of the time they have lifestyle.
The question is which would you rather have?
Would you rather go for the glory, make a name for yourself and get yourself on the next documentary of hardworking start-ups or would you rather make a stealth income where you remain unknown and can go about the business of making a ton of money online on autopilot while you dedicate yourself to choosing your next adventure or buying your next investment property?
If the second group is the place you want to be then check out this seminar (which is running in June 2013) where just such an internet multi millionaire is going to reveal his secret formula for creating a million dollar business. He's going to reveal not only how to do this but also give away his fast start formula for creating a $300,000 profit in just 10 months live to a very limited audience.