Get Paid For Your Knowledge Online
- Imagine making $4,108.00 per second?
- That’s $246,588.00 per minute..
- $14,791,680.00 per hour..
- $355,000,320.00 per day..
- And $129,575,116,800.00 per year
Now that sort of money is staggering and it’s unlikely that anyone could ever make that much money. But but what if I could show you how to earn just a portion of that pie by using a recently found loophole?
And by utilizing that loophole I can show you how to tap into this “hidden” $129 billion dollar industry, without you having to:
- Be an expert
- Already own a company
- Need anyone’s permission to get started
And what if I could show you how to do all that, while you could simultaneously make a positive impact on the world and solve a huge problem?
Well that’s why Tony Robbins, Dean Graziosi and Russell Brunson created the KBB Formula.
Tony, Dean and Russell are 3 people who I really admire, respect and look up to. I imagine you know at least one or two of these marketing titans. Together they’ve impacted millions of lives, generated billions of dollars in revenue and dominated their industry for decades.
So whether you have your own business, want to start one or just want to create more income for you and your family – you’re not going to want to miss this LIVE training right from the comfort of your own home. And there may never be another chance again in history to see these guys LIVE, sharing the secrets they have learned over a combined 75 years of business and impact.
Even better, Tony, Dean and Russell are all about making a positive impact on the world and they want to help us (you & I) do the same thing while we get paid for it. They will show you a knowledge business blueprint that you can copy.
So if you’re ready for your next level then you won’t want to miss this. If you’re ready for a realistic way to take control, then don’t dare miss this rare chance to learn from them live.
Now’s the time to finally tap into your full potential…
Because if not now, then when?
If not Tony, Dean and Russell, then who? (I can’t think of 3 more qualified people to get you results).
Traditional Ways To Get Paid For Your Knowledge
- Offering Mentoring/Coaching/Teaching: This can be done either individually or in groups. One-on-one coaching draws bigger bucks since you’re only focusing on one individual’s needs and goals.
- Writing A Book: This can be a tough road to take unless you’re already an experienced author. You can either try to find a publisher to help you create a physical book, which can be expensive, or you can keep it simple and self-publish an ebook and sell it on a site such as Clickbank.
- Creating A Course: Like writing a book above, this can either be a physical book/binder or an ebook people can download or print. Online courses can be sold on information curation websites such as Udemy.
- Public/Private Speaking: Obviously not for everyone since it often involves travel and a knack for public speaking. Most seminars or ‘talks’ I’ve gone to allow the speaker to sell a book or course in a corner table/booth after they wrap up their speech.
- Writing Articles, Opinions or Whitepapers: Writing articles on blogs, guest posting and submitting white papers to various outlets is a good way to get eyeballs on your work and eventually on your offers as well.
- Podcasting Or Live Broadcasting: Doing live broadcasts and podcasting to get paid for your knowledge has exploded in the past decade with the growth of social media sites. Social media makes it easy to find people who share an interest in your topic or area of expertise.
- The Mastermind Group: Brainstorming with others to solve problems and create opportunity is a fantastic way to earn money with what you know. If you organize and direct the mastermind you become the one who gets paid.
So How Do These Techniques Differ From What You’ll Learn?
It’s something they call the KBB Method:
Living an “OK” life rather than an outstanding life can boil down to a few things. One is lack of confidence. We simply don’t take action when confidence is down and this usually comes from the confusion of not knowing what to do and where to start.