Needing more money I saw a guy on eBay selling hydroponic equipment for indoor gardening. Didn’t loo k hard to build so I started building and selling my split test monkey. 9.) I sold some hydroponic equipment to a guy named Seth , in Hampton Virginia. I offered phone support to my custome rs and Seth called a few times needing help. The support turned into a friendship and from then on we kept in contact. It was my first long distance bromance. Seth repaired video game machines for a living. When I found out how much money he was making doing that I asked how much he would charge to teach me. “Don’t worry about pa ying me,” he said, “I’ll text you a list of things to buy. Bu y them and put an ad up on Craigslist offering the repairs. As soon as you get your first Xbox in, call me and I’ll walk you through it.” Skeptical, I put an ad on Craigslist offering the services . That same day I got 5 calls from people needing their xBox’s repaired. Because I really wasn't prepared to offer the repair services yet I told the callers there was a typo in the phon number on the ad that I didn’t offer those services. The very next day I got the things on the list and literally with in 24 hours I had taken in and repaired my first Xbox RROD and put $50 cold hard cash in my split test monkey. 10.) The console repairs took off, and I no longer had time to build the hydroponic equipment, but I still had lots of traffic to my website. I contacted the hydroponic competition and worked out a deal where I would send all my traffic to him and he would pay me $50-$200 per order I referred to him . 11.) The more Craigslist ads I had up pimping out my re pair services the more money I made. But when I put up too ma ny ads Craigslist would start to delete them. I needed to learn how to post more ads on Craigslist, so I spent $67 for a training course claiming to teach me how to post lots of ads without them being deleted. The training course was 7 videos explaining the whole process. I thought ‘dang, I can rem ake those videos for myself and charge others for the same info I just paid for’. So I did, but I took it to the next le vel. I made it a 24 video series with greater detail, and added a suppor t forum where people could post their questions if they needed h elp. Instead of $67 I charged $15 per month for access to my sit e. 12.) Over the next year I got up to about 157 monthly p aying members on my craigslist site. I was waking up every morning with $80-$100 in my PayPal account from my website members and with 1-3 repairs to complete every day. I cou ld spend a day doing nothing and make $100 or do a couple repairs and a hydroponic sale and be sitting on a $400 d ay. Life was good. I had passive hydroponic money trickling in, passive money from my membership site, and was banging out repairs left and right. 13.) I read the book The 4 Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss a nd was floored. It was like reading a story of what I had a lways dreamed of from that very first money porn magazine I go t my hands on. Here was a book about a man who works less than 4 hours per week and makes millions of dollars per year. Having my first taste of having passive income strolling in every day without me lifting a finger made me feel lik e I had arrived. The book inspired me and because of my pride I thought I had already arrived. I was foolish. Little di d I know, I was a short time away from having to punch a clock again.It was like the book gave me the key to the escape hatch but I stuck it in a pocket that had a hole in it. I was missing t he biggest point in the book the author was making. 13.) I found some articles online about Craigslist suing companies who made software designed to post ads on their site. I didn’t like so much of my income coming from a web site that taught people how to circumvent Craigslist terms and conditions, and didn't want to get sued. I agonized over it for months because I loved the residual income. Ultimately, i fear of how pissed my wife would be If I got served court papers, I shut down that site with a heavy heart, but I was now addicted to the passive internet money. I knew then that is what I truly was working towards. I would get it back! 14.) To try to recapture that internet money I decided to create a training course on how to launch a video game repair business from home, then sell it online just like I did w ith the Craigslist course. Spent 4 months creating that course and started selling it. 15.) My wife got sick of people we didn’t know bringing their video game machines to our house, so I moved my business into a climate controlled storage unit one mile from t he house. After 5 years working from home split test monkey was exhilarating leav ing home to run my own business. 16.) A firefighter by the name of Ryan Floyd contacted m needing help with his Craigslist marketing. I still had old marketing out there with my phone number on it even th ough I had shut down the Craigslist website. I found out he ne eded to post to promote an MLM cell phone company by the name of Solavei. Already in the electronics world I decided to sig n on under him and start doing phone activations along with the other electronic repairs. 17.) At this time I also decided to learn PHP programm ing because I had some ideas for some different marketing software that would both help me market my business and I could also sell the software to others to use. To capture the internet money I was longing for I needed these skillsets There were also a slew of other tools I paid for in th e past that I could just create myself if I just had the coding knowled ge. 18.) My wife as the years unfolded grew to hate and loa th my entrepreneurial spirit. To her I jumped from idea to idea. To her I was filled with a bunch of million dollar daydreams t hat were never going to come true and she laid down the law. To her ‘working for the man’ to bring home a paycheck wa s the only respectable and responsible way to live. She reached t he end of her rope. She said “get a Job or,” she then raised her finger poi nting to the front of the house and continued, “or get the F** k out!” 19.) So I landed a full time gig at the storage facil ity I ran my repair business from. It was sweet at first. I worked for the storage company 40 hours per week and they let me accept my customers’ video games to be repaired on the clock. I would then wake up early in the morning and repair wh atever consoles I collected from the previous day before my‘storage shift’ started. At this time my Solavei sales were rocking. I wasn’t pocketin much money because I was dumping every dime back into gaining a larger customer base. I wanted with all of m existence to build a solid 5K passive income per month befo re I started cutting myself a paycheck, and it was happening fa st. I was going to make my wife proud of me. I was going to make her believe in me. I was going to show her I was more t han a silly non profitable daydreamer. I had been selling th e Solavei phone service for only 10 months and was already bringing in over 3K per month in residual income! I felt on top of the world again. This was 10 times better than my old Craigslist we bsite. I was 4-6 months away from surprising my wife with an extr 5K every month in addition to my ‘paycheck’ and my repairs, then Solavei suddenly pulled the carpet right from unde r me. In one day Solavei changed their compensation plan. I we nt from making over 3K down to about $300 per month. HUG sucker punch to the gut! split test monkey was a devastating way to end the year. I was broken hearted, felt defeated, wanted so badly for my wife to be proud of me and to believe in me but all I got was one big ‘I told you so’.
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