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  1. Same here. They offer 20% if i do the easy work of copywriting, marketing, and selling to my list. Sometimes I'll ask "If you buy a $20 book, how much do you think the author made?" Of course, they think the author got at least 80%...maybe all of it. I say "No. The author, after doing all the writing and editing...after agreeing to pay his own expenses to promote the book in bookstores...gets between 5% and 10% of the book. He may make $1.50 off of each book. Why? Printing, binding, and marketing the book is the business. It's 95% of the work, and all the expense.". But for gu
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  2. Completely agree. The worst in my mind are the people who want to pitch me their "amazing idea" and have me help them. It always involves me doing all the marketing for them, out of my own pocket, in exchange for 20% of the profits or some other ridiculous number. They fail to realize that the marketing and building the sales process is the hardest and most important part. Also, generally the most expensive. I always counter with an estimate of what it would cost for them to hire me or an offer where I get 90% ownership. Then I ask if I should start working up a finalized quote or start h
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  3. Back to the subject at hand. Something that really irritates me... I post on Forums, and a "guru" sends me a private message telling me how much they appreciate my posts. But the message is maybe 6 long paragraphs. So I instantly know they are asking me for something. Either they want me to teach them something for free...they want me to join them in some business venture...or (usually), they want to borrow money. If they want me to give them advice, and I can do it quickly, I will. A joint venture? probably not, but I'll read it. But asking for money? No. Never. No
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  4. I'm actually in the process of moving to Monday.com. I had moved away to something else from ClickUp. ClickUp is great, but some of my clients found it too advanced and confusing. One thing about ClickUp that people either love or they hate is that they are constantly launching new features. I mean constantly. I think it is great that they are innovating, but at the same time it is tough to keep up with everything they are doing.
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  6. I notice that you may be interested in my: "Make It Seem Like Suicide Package" Don't want the hassle of a lengthy murder investigation while your wife awaits a long time for the payout? Can't bring yourself to commit suicide because your too scared to do it? Well this is for you.... First, we carefully craft a beautifully worded suicide note in your own forged handwriting outlining the futility of your existence and signed by you. Then at a designated location and time our experts will stealthfully approach and fire into your arm a strong narcotic via a tiny undetectable
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  7. I don't believe you. I'm going to need to see some testing on that. Any volunteers?
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