Behind the Scenes of a $500,000/Year Business lindsey Hello, my name is Lindsey, I am 61 and I applied your techniques. Would really appreciate the documents listed in the end. I never had a facebook but made one just for this! I am so excited firstname.lastname@example.org kparker513 Wow I learned a lot. One key point for me was, you didn’t make more money because your ideas got better, you made more because your marketing skills improved. The other great take away for me was to “understand COMPLETELY the end result you’re providing”. And lastly and most importantly Freedom comes down to mindset. Really looking forward to the next video on limiting beliefs and mindset! PLEASE POST THIS!!! Marga Great video. I learned one key point that I did not know. The pain of doing business is the key to finding new solutions. It is not the bottom line approach of revenue is the up approach of transforming that pain into an opportunity. Thanks for sharing. I have share your video on my Facebook for the Latino business owners I work with. I think this will be great for them. Marga Joanna Politańska Great video! Great experience. I would love to have that: email@example.com Thanks Steffen Lesson learnt: I don’t need a “purpose business” to start. Paul L love the seven elements and the critical questions – resonates with a common sense practical approach to meeting needs. neil reilly Great video. What I thought was interesting was the amount it cost to create the site/software. I would have assumed it would cost so much more. Even at the top end, 8k is a manageable amount. This video is going to keep me up tonight for sure. Cesar Camacho Thanks Dane great video with great information!! It kind of brings some questions to me though… the prices for the software are really low and I just wanted to ask how much would it cost now days to make the same type of software? and is it possible for you to go a little bit deeper in the 7 Elements for a lucrative software product to kick butt? Thanks again!!!