I have just reviewed a brand new Internet marketing training course,
20 Minute Payday (link to my review), by Russell Brunson.
I was sceptical.
When I got my hands on this, I wasn’t sure what to believe. The sales page looks awesome (it always does), with a cool video and a very long sales message explaining everything you get when you buy it.
No doubt about it, it looks awesome.
That’s not the problem
I’m always sceptical when it comes to products or services with a typical marketing trick in the name. 20 Minute Payday – who are they kidding?
To me, it sounds unbelievable, and when it sounds unbelievable, it usually is.
The training series
The training series teaches how to earn a living online working only 20 minutes a day. Wow.
No wonder I’m sceptical. I’m still kind of sceptical after watching the videos, and there are a lot of videos, many hours of watching.
But it was awesome
20 Minute Payday (link to my review) was awesome, probably better than any training course I’ve ever bought, it’s packed with information. I’ve even watched a workshop that people paid $5,000 to attend. You really get $39 worth of content (that’s my sales pitch).
Is a 20 Minute Payday even possible?
Yes, I believe it is. But it’s probably not what you think, and not what I was thinking when I first noticed the training course. You won’t earn a living online by working 20 minutes a day starting today or tomorrow.
The reason is simple. If you work hard with a system (a blueprint) the works, then after a while, the system will work for you and you can outsource many of your tasks.
In the end, you can work 20 minutes a day and the business will take care of you. On the other hand, I don’t think that people will only work 20 minutes a day even if they can. But that’s a completely different story.
the review of 20 Minute Payday.