Vincent James, Ben Suarez and Halbert plus some big picture overview.
I think I will post a long, boring, drawn out rant/rave/observation about all of this and everything else, because it is an overcast day, and I have no one around to play Monopoly with.
Costs of Product.
COSTS of CUSTOMER ACQUISTION (often ignored but often the highest cost of doing a business)
Cost of delivery, overhead, taxes, payroll (or contractors) all to get to the NET PROFIT.
Oh, and as good as Boron Letters is (and it is terrific), make sure you keep in mind where they were written from, and what got Gary there in the first place.
Ignore the maths, and pay the price.
Thanks for this reminder, now for that all day rant.
Originally Posted by unpinkpanther
Thanks Dien for sharing Gary Halbert's Operation MoneySuck method of focusing on getting results that matter.
And thanks, Gordon, for sharing that special report.
Wait! Has it been FOUR years already? I can still remember when I got that "Seed-Faith" report.
It's one of those reports I've printed out and highlighted and bookmarked.
By the way, that's yet another benefit I get from business reports that get to the point.
I find slim business reports:
- easy to print out
- easy to digest
- easy to test
- easy to get results with
Much like Gordon's new report Planning for Success
, which is already being "Recommended by Gumroad"
in the Gumroad marketplace.
If you want to know more about Gordon's new report, you can check it out using the link below:
Gordon Jay Alexander's Planning for Success
Combined with the special gift Gordon just shared above, this new report becomes even easier to apply and profit from.
Also, if you have a business idea right now, here's a post with some quick tips that can help you get started in the right direction today:
Thanks for reading!
After postponing for YEARS, I finally went through Gary Halbert's famous "Boron Letters". And I can't believe how PRACTICAL and FUNDAMENTAL those letters are. Especially the part about the MATH around campaigns.
Apart from J.F. (Jim) Straw's Mail Order course, I'm yet to see another person who has helped me see the MATH behind marketing like Gary Halbert did in those letters...