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  • 1. (Part 1)
  • 2. An info-preneur is an entrepreneur who sells information. It is the most exciting business in the world.
  • 3. If you do this business right, within a few months, total strangers will be sending you money for your ideas.
  • 4. Before you even begin to think your ideas are worthless, or if there’s nothing unique about the things you know, think about this:  Do you ever wonder how those famous people on those diet commercials are able to take the weight off and keep it off?  How do they do it?  Where do they get the will power to lose all that weight and keep it off?  If someone offered your a half a million dollars to do a diet commercial, wouldn’t you be able to find the motivation somehow?
  • 5. Now take this to the next logical conclusion. What if someone offered you ten million dollars to turn your life around right now
  • 6. How much would it take for you to be motivated to perfect your relationships, to get in shape, to get your financial act together, to be a top salesperson, etc. What if you decided that YOU ARE THE BEFORE AND AFTER STORY?
  • 7. Fix yourself then you, too, can market your new- found “know how.”
  • 8. The trick is not just in providing information or raw data. We are already drowning in information.
  • 9. We are on information overload. We are data drunk.
  • 10. The problem is not a lack of information or ideas but a lack of information that is packaged properly. Your job in the future is to convert the mountains of raw data into specialized knowledge presented in a way the consumer can assimilate and use quickly.
  • 11. Time is the currency of the new millennium. Time is our most valuable asset.
  • 12. Since all of us are already on information overload, with too much information to absorb and too little time to absorb it, we all will be looking for information that is “time friendly.”
  • 13. We won’t want to waste time ready, studying, reorganizing general data to fit our unique circumstances and problems.
  • 14. The best way to distinguish your information from the hundreds of competitors is to emphasize the most important competitive advantage: (Continuation on Part 2) YOUR INFORMATION MUST BE SIMPLE, EASY TO USE AND PROVIDE FAST RESULTS.
  • 15. Success Resources Pte Ltd Main Office: 10/11 Pahang Street, Singapore 198611 Toll Free: 1800 7822 377 Direct: +65 6299 4677 Fax: +65 6295 2441 Email: info.sg@srpl.net Website: http://www.srpl.net