“Miracles happen every day, and in medicine we like to attribute them to what we do or what others do around us. A lot of medicine is outside our control. We are wise to acknowledge miracles.” See here.
Not any different in our industry. Might the big earners (more than $20,000/mo on a regular basis) also be the beneficiaries of a miracle or two? Yes, they work hard. But so do others.
Miracle: something we cannot really explain or replicate with what we know. Rarely happens, despite what appear to be very similar actions on the part of the people involved.
How else does one explain similar work ethics leading to such extreme income results for such a tiny handful of folks – in any sales industry? (Only talking about peeps who work 50 hours + per week in their business, who live it, sleep it, it’s just never out of their minds, e.g. Frank Kern, Chuck Michel, etc.)
Is it wise to acknowledge a miracle might be at work to create those rare, extreme incomes in MLM and Internet marketing? (Or any other field.)
Of course that wouldn’t sell as well, would it?
PS. Yes, $2-3k/mo also requires mucho effort, and over several years at that, just like learning a job takes that long. For the same income.