Once upon a time…
There was a little girl. Her name was …?
Awab would respond: “Goldilocks!”
And i would continue, “She was a very, very…?”
“Naughty girl!” he would respond.
This was the beginning of every installment of my very own flavour of Goldilocks.
I made up these stories every night for my little brother.
My stories always began the same way. Awab completed my sentences in the same sequence.
Goldilocks’ mother always seemed to run out of something while cooking. She’d ask her naughty daughter to go buy what she needed, give her money, and instruct her to come right home.
Needless to say, Goldilocks never did that.
She went into the shop, and demanded, “Mr. Shopkeeper. I want some CANDY!”
She would pour coins on the counter and try to get as much candy as the money would buy. Then she would proceed to stuff all the candy in her mouth at once, and go on a hilarious adventure.
The stories had Awab in stitches. He’d laugh all the way through until he could barely breathe.
What made him laugh so hard is how Goldilocks had no understanding of money whatsoever.
She believed the more coins she had, the more candy she could buy. She believed a coin was more valuable than a note.
And most importantly, money was MAGIC. Anything she wanted, she could have if she had enough coins.
Most children are taught this idea very early in life.
Money is magic. It is unlimited and comes from “mommy” or “daddy”…and it makes wishes come true.
Unfortunately, most adults never “unlearn” this.
Sure, the idea matures somewhat…
But it’s still rather juvenile.
For instance, people spend money as fast as they earn it.
They have an unlimited number of desires…and as long as there is enough money to enable them to get the thing (even if it means getting it on finance, taking a loan, or whatever), then they get it.
We are filled with unlimited and irresponsible desires…
Few people have learned the simple idea of money accumulation. Saving up to buy something. Creating more money from little money.
Entrepreneurs like us don’t see money the same as everyone else, as a magical instrument that fulfills desires.
No, it’s just a piece of metal, or a piece of paper, or a number.
Investments, on the other hand, they are the magical instrument.
Because a good investment creates a CONSISTENT, somewhat unlimited SUPPLY of money.
And when you’re running an online business, traffic is the ONLY investment that matters.
If you learn to generate traffic, and you invest smartly into it, you can turn that traffic into a constant, almost unlimited supply of money.
Which is why, i don’t do “one off” traffic sources.
Buying 20,000 website hits…that’s one-off traffic.
Social traffic is one-off. Even if you manage to get a lot of attention to a piece of content, it eventually dies down.
If you can’t scale it, control it, and own it…then it’s useless. It won’t keep producing.
The method i teach in Traffic KickStart is not like that.
KickStart teaches you to produce CONSISTENT traffic that you can scale, control, and own. Once your traffic is profitable, you can repeat it over and over, automatically, as many times as you want and get an unlimited, constant flow of profit.
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