The chief cause of failure and unhappiness is trading what you want the most for what you want now. – Zig Ziglar
What I want now is to have time to write 4 to 5 blog posts a week, what I want most is to finish a project I started about one month ago, a seemingly simple idea that can possibly help out a few people.
Isn’t it strange that a simple idea can be rather complicated to implement, while sometimes an idea that sounds complicated turns out to be easy?
I have my blinders on, almost total tunnel vision. But some things must be done, no matter what.
This morning while checking my email to see if there was anything I needed to handle right away and I noticed 3 emails with the same title,
“Takes Just 13 Clicks And 12 Minutes A Day [EASY]”
Another Launch? I thought I would spend a few minutes to check it out.
Auto Traffic Avalanche, a NEW And Controversial software tool to siphon money into your bank account, excerpt from sales letter video.
They even have PRIZES:
The product sells for $39.00, and they are only going to sell 234 copies to prevent over use.
And the product has been tested by three whole people!!!!
My calculator must be broke, my pencil also.
They seem to be giving $874.00 more in prizes than they are selling the product for, how?
Upsells, downsells, and maybe a cross-sell.
Launched on August 19,2010 on Clickbank, and they still haven’t sold 234 copies? Five days ago? Give me a break, if the product is that good they should have sold out in hours, not days.
Sorry, my bad. They haven’t sold out yet, but the page may come down at any time.
Sounds like the hype changed clothes in a phone booth.
Want a good laugh? Check it out Here.
I don’t think that their Copywriter knew that Profiteering is against the law, in the United States anyway.
But be warned, if you click that link it may be difficult to leave the page. One click to enter, four clicks to leave.