He was upset but I didnt say anything

Posted by: Socrates Socratous on: Mar 20th, 2009

I got a short story for you today

Last Wednesday I stopped at a coffee shop
to have some coffee and relax a bit.

So I was sitting outside at the patio watching
all these people in "work attire" rushing in and
out the door to grab a quick coffee on their
way to work

This guy from the next table over was complaining
to someone on his cellphone that "due to the economy"
canceled his internet connection at home and had to
come to the coffee shop to check his email every day.

I have nothing against cutting something you
dont need anymore, butĀ  why cut something you
need, or enjoy when you can have it for free.

That’s right.

a $30/month internet connection can be easily
covered with selling 1 (JUST ONE) $30 product
every month online.

a $25 water bill can be eliminated with a simple
website that makesĀ  0.84cents a day.

Even though I did not say anythng to that man, he
made a good enough point to write this letter to you
hoping that you will see how valuable even a small
producing website can be to your lifestyle.

For step-by-step videos on how to create cash
producing websites that would cover your bills
one-by-one, go to the following page:

http://mydigitaldispatch.com/recommends/more-website-profit

Moral of the story.
Dont be scarcity minded. Stop listening to the negative
news about how the world is failing around you and begin
building your OWN future. Live your life on your terms

Make sure to take action on this today
http://mydigitaldispatch.com/recommends/more-website-profit

Partner to your Success,
-Socrates Socratous

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One Comment

  1. Karl Foxleyon 24 Mar 2009 at 4:18 pm

    I totally agree with you Socrates. I have business coaching clients that have all become very introspective and see doom and gloom at every turn rather than looking for new opportunities.

    For every economic crisis that comes around there will always be those that find a (profitable) way through it.

    Thanks for sharing your short story.

    Regards,

    Karl

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