6 No B.S. Questions to Finding the Best Business Opportunities Available

June 2, 2009

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shhh1Would you like to know a secret about finding business opportunities that you may not yet realize?

It’s really not a secret at all actually…it’s actually simply a B.S. test.  It’s a way for you to see if you’re really interested in finding a business opportunity or if you’re simply dreaming.  It gets actually no simpler than this actually.

It’s actually a question that you can ask yourself and really think about, and then listen to yourself while you answer.  The question is…

First let me tell you what you should be looking for when you’re on the search for business opportunities, just in case you’ve been chasing your tail around and barking up the wrong tree for years and years.

First off, what is it that you want?  What are your strengths and weaknesses in business?  For instance are you good at working with people on a team or are you better off left alone to work for yourself.

Second of all, what is your main goal…and be specific.  Are you looking to get rich by next month?  Well guess what my friend….if you had the same goal last month and you’re not rich this month then something that you’re doing isn’t meshing well.

I think that makes sense.  So are your goals sensible or are they illogical.  Many people end up going nowhere in life because they have illogical goals and too high of expectations.  It’s like eating an elephant…one bite at a time.

Third, how much are you willing to invest to get started?  Now this one actually has two meanings.  The obvious one is how much money do you have to get started.  The answer doesn’t matter, but the fact that you know the answer matters considerably.

The second part to that question though is how much of yourself are you willing to invest in the process from where you’re at right now, to reaching the next levels of success.  I say levels because that’s precisely how you must break down the process, step by step.

You can’t eat the elephant in one gulp, but you can chomp it down not only one bite at a time, but eventually whole parts of the elephant are gone.  How much fortitude and persistence are you willing to put forth.

Now that you know more about yourself as it pertains to finding business opportunities, the fourth question goes to the opportunities themselves…The question is whether or not there is a legitimate product or service that the opportunity revolves around?  If not run away.  If so…and if it’s a product that changes lives then run toward it….

But don’t join until you know if it’s got number five.

Number five is whether or not there’s a system in place to train you to succeed.  Does that system include people training you who’ve been there done that, or people who are wishful thinkers like yourself?  Will you be learning a system from the best of the best?  A system that YOU can use just as well!

The last thing that you should be looking for – the sixth thing if you’re keeping track – is how the heck you’re going to be paid
.  Are you going to be fairly compensated for the work that you do?  Will you be paid for your actions once or over and over again residually?  Which do you think is better?  It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure that out right?

Now let’s go back to the question I was going to ask you – the B.S. question that will tell you whether or not you’re really looking for an opportunity or are just being tire kicker…

If you found an opportunity that contained all of the criteria that’s just been presented to you to look for…a great product, training, and an opportunity to be tremendously paid would you act on it, or would you sit on it analyzing it to death until the next thing that came along?

If you’re ready to take action with one of the greatest business opportunities ever… that may likely never come your way again then click here now.  You can analyze the opportunity more there, just don’t be a fool and not take action.

I’ll leave you with this famous quote by Dr.Martin Luthor King: “Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase. Just take the first step.”

Wishing you success…every day…
David Feinstein
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