Imagine you’re a farmer…
And one day while you’re ploughing a field, you notice someone waving at you by the gate.
So you head over to see what he wants.
And when you get there he asks you what you’re doing.
“Ploughing the field ready to plant some wheat” you reply.
“No, no, no, no, no. You’re doing it all wrong” he says.
“You don’t need to go to all that effort.
You don’t need to plough the field. You don’t need to plant any seeds. And you don’t need to fertilise the soil.
Just give me $100.
Press this Magic Button.
And in the summer, this field will be bursting at the seams with wheat.
In fact, you’ll have so much wheat, you won’t know where to store it all.
What would you do?
Would you press the Magic Button and trust that what he says will work?
Of course you wouldn’t – unless you’re a moron.
Yet millions of people buy into this kind of B.S. every year online.
Slick Internet gurus promise them all they have to do is click a Magic Button…
… and squillions of dollars will pour into their bank accounts every day.
And they fall for it – hook, line and sinker. And then wonder why they’re still poor.
Anyone claiming you can make money online doing sod all is talking out of their arse.
They’re nothing more than a con man.
So avoid the lure of Magic Buttons.
Because they DO NOT exist.
P.S. If you’re willing to spend an hour or so a day creating a bona fide online business…
Then you’ll be rewarded with the kind of lifestyle Magic Button seekers can only dream of.
Here’s how to do it: