Episode 219: “How would you advise someone who is on the verge of bankruptcy and being warned by family they have been scammed?”

Today’s episode was recorded from the stage during our 2nd Diamond Mastermind of 2015, in Cancun Mexico. The question comes from Diamond member Orest Haliv, from New York City in the United States. Orest wants to know how I would advise someone who is on the verge of bankruptcy, and is being told by his family that he has been scammed.

I talk about my personal experience with this situation – I, myself, was at a point where I had very little money, lots of bills, and my family was not supportive of my goals to become an internet marketing entrepreneur.

I explain that as the people around me become less and less supportive of my business goals, I became more and more determined to prove them all wrong.

I describe how I would always ask myself:  what would the average person do?  And, then, because I was wanted to get better than average results, I began to do more than the average person.  I focused all my energy on revenue producing activities.

When I earned my first high ticket commission, after paying my outstanding bills, I reinvested the remaining revenue back into my business.  I have continued that practice to this day.

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