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Successful people do not ask: "How much does it cost"? Successful people ask "How much can I make?" What are you Asking?

I just had someone reply to one of my business emails concerning my email to her because she had responded to one of my online ads. I share my response here because you may find it edifying and financially educational.

She replied (nicely) that this appeared to be something that would require an investment so she thought that it best to wish me a good day  but "no thanks". One thing to note is that she didn't know for certain if there was a cost or if so, what the cost may be. Could she come up with a dollar? Is $100 or $1000 or $20,000 too much or not attainable? Well, I'm thinking out loud here. This is my reply:

Thanks for your kind reply; you've past that test.
(You seem nice so I will invest 10 minutes in my reply; most people I would simply ignore). 

What would make you say that? I would say "don't miss the goldmine". Any successful person will tell you that money is never the problem. I would encourage you to get all the facts so you can make an intelligent decision as we offer many areas (ways) to make money. 

I don't talk people into anything; I just lead them to our company. You seem sharp enough to qualify to go through our 3 step interview but I won't know until we chat for a couple of minutes. Let me know if you want to. I only know that we have people who earn $10k almost every week. If you can't "believe" that big right now in your stage of life, you are probably right. Either way, I wish you the very best in life! 

PS. I'm not sure why I'm offering you what I would charge my clients for (, but here goes: Successful people do not ask "What does it cost" but "How much can I make?" 

Do well with your choices. 

Terry Scott

If interested, you can get more information about the business/opportunity by going to: There are about six different ways to make an income with one being an investment of $125 to earn $1000 to $10,000 per sale or $40,000 to $100,000 if one chooses to go the real estate investing route. Will you miss the "goldmine"?  

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