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Mentoring Cash Unleashed: How To Make Money With Your Own Mentoring Program [NOOK Book]

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If you’ve been involved in Internet marketing for a while, chances are you’ve mastered quite a bit about how it works.
You’re familiar with affiliate programs, either as an affiliate, or running on one on your own. You have one (or more blogs) up and running efficently with a decent sized list, and you’re making use of autorepsonders to do most of the work for ...
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Mentoring Cash Unleashed: How To Make Money With Your Own Mentoring Program

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Overview

Introduction
If you’ve been involved in Internet marketing for a while, chances are you’ve mastered quite a bit about how it works.
You’re familiar with affiliate programs, either as an affiliate, or running on one on your own. You have one (or more blogs) up and running efficently with a decent sized list, and you’re making use of autorepsonders to do most of the work for you.
And then… a friend says you should mentor others.
Typically this happens because you were able to help someone out with what they needed in a right place, right time kind of scenario. The information you provided them was easy to understand and use.
Your most likely response is probably something along the lines of, “I need to become a guru in my niche before I can mentor anyone else.”
This is a double-edged sword, because of course you’re not going to get anywhere mentoring if you’re brand new to the world of Internet marketing, but you don’t have to work your way up to a six-figure income before you can start offering your mentoring services.
The reality is, all it takes to be a successful mentor is to know more than the people you are mentoring!
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Mentoring Myth
What most people don’t realize is your mentoring services do not have to mean you offer high dollar, super in-depth coaching that you see other “gurus” in Internet marketing offering from time to time. You can make it as simple as working with a small group of people in your niche, by teaching them the same things you’ve learned as you’ve invested your resources (time, energy, money) into up to this point, all by using a membership website.
When you do this, you can and will profit from what you already know. And, your profits will come in forms other than money.
At this point, you’ve invested a lot of time, money, and energy into learning what you know about Internet marketing, to even get to the point where you could consider being a mentor.
Invest yourself, and become a mentor. You have what it takes!
Before you dive right in, take a few minutes to consider whether or not you could really be a mentor. We’ll help you ask yourself the right questions, to make sure you’re on the right path.
Are You Ready to Be a Mentor?
Sit down and think about what you’re good at, what you’ve done, and what kind of person you are to decide whether or not you’re ready to begin a business mentoring others.
Grab a piece of paper and write down the answers to these questions.
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1. What are you good at? Make sure you list everything you think applies, regartdless of whether or not it is related to Internet marketing.
2. What makes you different from all the other Internet marketers out there?
3. What do you know enough about to effectively teach others?
4. What hobbies are you passionate about?
5. What skills have you learned through your career?
6. Do you have any niches you “own” and feel comfortable in?
7. What niches/areas of expertise do people most often ask my advice about?
With the answers to these questions in hand, take time to research the topics you find most appealing. Treat this research the same way you treat anything you’re considering seting up a blog for, creating an information product for, or finding an affiliate program to join or promote. We’ll be discussing this issue more in-depth later in this course.
What exactly is a mentor?
Chances are, you’ve already had a mentor, though it’s not likely someone who’s in Internet marketing. Mentors can be anyone who helped you create progress in your life, or anyone who you looked up to as you grew up. Mentors can be:
 Parents
 Other relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents)
 Teachers
 Co-workers
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 Supervisors
 Friends
 Church leaders
True mentors will:
 Hold your hand to help you stand on your own two feet.
 Tell you how it is, honestly, but without destroying your character.
 Make you feel like you can do whatever it is you’ve set your mind to.
Good mentors will:
 Share their knowledge and experience.
 Share their mistakes to help you avoid making them, too.
 Celebrate your success with you, better than parents/spouse/loved ones.
 Remember asking “dumb questions.”
 Believe in reciprocity.
 Help navigate you through the “blind spots.”
 Not hesitate to guide you through crisis and bring you to the other side with growth.
 Promote you being yourself.
 Inspire you and s
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015952711
  • Publisher: All classic book warehouse
  • Publication date: 6/20/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 257 KB

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