Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Get Rich Quick?

You've heard the phrase. We've all been taught that we need to avoid anything that sounds like you can "get rich quick". But, like most cliches, this one gets repeated alot but no one really talks about its meaning.

What is rich? What is quick? Let's look at this. Because it might not mean what you think!

Right now, in America, the average income is around $100 a day. Around $36,000 a year. Taxes cost the average American about 49.20% so they're actually only bringing home about $18,000 a year. And with most Americans deep in debt and in a backward growth trend, it's not surprising that most people can't retire. The sad truth is that most Americans only stop working when they die or when someone else starts taking care of them.

So, let's look at this in terms of "getting rich quick"...

  1. On the one hand, someone can start working when they're 20 and be dead or dead broke within 40 years.
  2. On the other hand, there are millions of of stories of people who start a home business, create a new income stream and are able to become debt free and financially independent. It happens every day.

Now, think about it: when the average American can't get rich with the "Forty Year Plan" and someone else can become financially independent within 6 months to two years in Liberty League International....

...yes, I think it's safe to say that's "getting rich quickER".

So, why do we have such a distaste for the phrase "get rich quick"? Well, I don't use it and you probably don't either. But, be honest: don't most of us want to reach a large financial goal and begin enjoying it as quickly as we can? Does anyone really want to grow a beard while waiting for an income to show up?

So, if what you'd REALLY like is a massive boost of income as quickly as possible.....isn't that the same as saying that you'd like to "get rich quick"? Think about it. :)

So, where did we get programmed to think that it's wrong to want to "get rich quick"? Simple:

From people who think like consumers, not like merchants.
From people who think that the only way to make alot of money is to work hard.
From people who teach that the only way to be successful is to go to college and get a degree.
From people who believe that the best plan for success is to get a job with a big company, work for 40 years and then retire with a gold watch.
From people who don't understand that making money is simple and somewhat easy when you know how.

Get rich quick? You be the judge. When someone can get started in a home business and start earning multiple $1,000 commissions in their first week, I think that qualifies as a legitimate, ethical and honest way to definitely reach the finish line ahead of your next-door neighbor.

After all....if you're not doing something drastically different from your friends, neighbors and relatives....it's likely you'll end up in the same boat as they are.

Take a look at your peer group sometime. How are they doing? Is that the boat you want to be in?

Tony Rush

Monday, March 28, 2005

What's it cost to join?

As I'd like this page to be a resource for people who are trying to figure out if Liberty League International is something they'd be interested in....

...I want to include some of the most commonly asked questions. Plus, I'd like to sort out some of the misinformation and even DISinformation that's spread by competitors and naysayers.

One question that is consistently asked is "How much does it cost to join?" Some say it costs $1,500. Some say only $50. What's the scoop?

The enrollment fee for Liberty League International is $49.95. That includes an online starter kit, compliance guide and the first month of your multi-media personalized website.

The product that LLI markets is the Beyond Freedom Home Study Course which has a retail price of $1,495.

No product purchase is required to join or market Liberty League International. If someone chooses to enroll at the $49.95 level, they get all the same marketing support and training that anyone else gets.

Obviously there are advantages to buying the product yourself. Namely, if you don't have the course, you won't have hands-on experience with the very product you're marketing. Secondly, you won't have the benefit of the material taught in that course which can greatly impact your business. And thirdly, purchasing the product makes the qualification process much shorter.

So, the answer to the question is: $49.95. But, if you want to market the business with professionalim, product knowledge and leverage, it's far more beneficial to join, buy the product and get started quickly.

Tony Rush

Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Welcome to the Liberty League International Blog!

Welcome! This blog was inspired by a friend (Brian Johnson) who hosts an excellent blog about another company. His initial question was "is it real or is it a scam"?

It occurred to me that a similar format was needed for Liberty League International because there seems to be alot of intense discussion online about whether or not LLI is really all it's claimed to be.
  • Does the Beyond Freedom Home Study Course really teach principles that will allow you to create a major lifestyle shift in as little as a week?
  • Is it really possible to create a six-figure income within the next 6-12 months?
  • Are there REALLY people who are earning $20k, $50k, even $100k every month in Liberty League by only working 10-15 hours a week from home?

These are great questions. And it's my pledge to present the no-hype, no-BS and candid answers to these questions to clarify exactly what LLI is about, what their goal is and whether or not the business opportunity is really as lucrative as is claimed.

So, buckle your seatbelt. If you're trying to figure out if Liberty League International is going to be your cup of tea, you might find the information here to be a bit eye-opening!

Tony Rush