No single course will give you all you need to make a full-time living online.
When was the last time you picked up a course, devoured it and went on to make tons of money without reading from any other source.
I’d reckon never because there is so much information to take in online that you can never just learn from one source.
I recently went on vacation and made more money while on vacation than most people make a whole month at their regular 9 to 5 jobs.
Should I write a course on how I do it? No
If I were to write a course it would just be a compilation of all the products which I’ve purchased.
If you want to make money online you need to figure out a few things about yourself before you invest any money in any course.
First and foremost is to figure out if you have the motivation to leave your job and work for yourself?
At your job, you are given orders. By working for yourself, you’ll need to be organized, disciplined and focused. Do you have those traits? If not, it might be easier just to continue working for others until you discipline yourself.
If you spend tons of money on courses and don’t have the discipline or focus to work, then no course will be valuable to you.
If you have the discipline and the focus, you can start earning money by using the free resources available online. Just take a look at the free article directories. There’s tons of useful information to help you get started.
There is no ‘one’ secret to making tons of money online. There are certain insiders tips and tactics to help you succeed with topics such as writing articles, submitting press releases, improving search engine placement etc, but none of those tactics will be useful to you unless you master the ability to be disciplined, focused and consistent.
Master those and I guarantee you’ll have more success.
If you don’t have those traits, you’ll just continue to purchase courses, software and programs to build a collection of digital waste.
To tell you the truth, when I started off, I wasn’t sure if I had what it takes to work for myself.
I overcame my limitations because I focused on the end result and not the process of working.
For me it was a do or die kind of mentality which made me have success in my business.
So stop searching for the perfect course. Someone else’s perfect course may not be what you like to do. Get specific in what you’re looking for and evaluate yourself to see if you’d actually take the necessary steps to follow through what the course teaches.