PASSIVE INCOME Is Not Real! Here's Why

In this video, I want to set something straight — if you think you can earn passively, THINK AGAIN.

When it comes down to it, all income is ACTIVE income.

Most people like the idea of setting up a website where they sell a product, and think they can just instantly sit back and watch as money rolls in. The problem with this? They don’t realize what it takes to set up something that will generate revenue on its own.

Just think about it. To sell a course online to complete strangers, you’ll need excellent copy, tons of traffic, and everything will need to go exactly as planned. And if there are any hitches in the funnel, you’ll have to find a way to fix them — which also takes time and effort.

Something else to keep in mind when thinking about your desire to earn passively is the fact that work isn’t necessarily a bad thing. In fact, if it’s something that feels worthwhile to you, active income can be what gets you out of bed in the morning.

I think it’d be great to focus working on one thing and do that really well. Once you do that, your business can generate opportunities for you to engage in residual income. For example, you can take some of your profit from your business and make investments with it.

My main message is this: If you go into business thinking it’s going to be easy, you’ll be disappointed. It takes work to set up something great. That’s why there’s really no such thing as income that you earn passively.

Start embracing active income, and build something truly successful!

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What You Missed

Yes, client gifting CAN go horribly wrong. In fact, some client gift ideas are just not worth doing at all!

In this video, I share how to make your client gifts really count.

You see, I recently received a card from McLaren Toronto. Now, I love McLarens and will continue to buy them because they are great cars. But if I had been any less enthusiastic about McLarens, they could have lost my business – all because of a card!

Now, what’s wrong with sending a thank you card to clients?

Well, nothing if you do it right. The problem with this card is that there was nothing personal about it. If you’re going to do client gifting, make sure you at least have some kind of personal touch to show you care. Otherwise, there’s not much point to your client gift ideas.

People expect certain things when it comes to doing business with you, especially for premium brands. I have friends who haven’t done business with Ferrari because of the poor customer service at the dealerships.

But this also means there is an opportunity to separate yourself from everyone else just by doing the things that everyone else is too lazy to do.

Do that little bit of extra and your clients will appreciate you for it. For example, write a personalized card and make it unexpected. Don’t just send a letter during the holidays, send one out of the blue. Client gift ideas shouldn’t just be reserved for specific times of the year.

When you do client gifting the right way, it’s a great way to show your gratitude, and it can make a big difference.

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