My sister is all signed up to take Anik Singal’s Profit Academy classes so that she can learn why the websites I built for her and her other old-school marketing strategies are crap, and so she can make piles upon piles of money with only about ten hours of work a week. No experience necessary; only a passion for something that Anik can help you turn into millions, like he did. Until he lost the passion, and then gained it again. I myself think the passion he has and wants to share is simply making money or screwing other people, but I really hope I’m wrong.
Anyhow, I’m hooked. Just like a lot of you, I want to make twenty times my old salary with a perfect system that mostly does the work for me. Of course, these systems are probably even more dangerous when they come with a promise from someone who has made millions of dollars, supposedly using the techniques he will now teach. I’ve watched a couple of his videos and read a bit of his book, and he’s good. Too good, I tend to think. When I search for him online, the reviews seem good. Again, too good. You know what they say about something too good to be true? I guess my sister will find out for sure, but I’ll throw a few ideas up here in anticipation.
You have seen all the get rich quick TV infomercials and emails, right? I’m not talking about the ones where someone needs your help exporting money out of a bank in some other country. That’s an obvious scam. But wait, aren’t all the other scams also scams? I don’t have stats, but I guess I assume all those infomercials I’ve watched did not result in millions of millionaires. Maybe those weren’t real people like Anik. Maybe those systems weren’t as solid as Anik’s. That’s what my sister is telling herself right now. Plus, his has a money-back guarantee. Double Plus Good, it has a double your money guarantee wherein Anik will personally buy your failing company for twice what you paid. Basically, it’s like this: Anik took EVERY gimmick in EVERY infomercial I’ve ever seen (and that’s most of them) and packed it together into one product that will allow you to do whatever you’re passionate about online for cash. And lots of it.
Now, keep in mind that my sister has had one good idea for online sales (and I built her a website she has yet to use). She also has skills as a teacher, interpreter, and life coach. However, she wants to invest in Anik’s system. Why? Well, from what I can tell, Anik makes you believe you’re going to have a lot of choice in what it is you’re passionate about. As a doubter, I think everyone who uses his system is either going to be passionate about becoming an email spammer or nothing, but maybe he can take any business idea and make it a million-dollar idea. As a control, as I write about Mr. Singal, I will be launching TWO million-dollar (potentially) business ideas of my own. If my sister can make a lot more than me in the next six months while using her passions and without breaking any laws, then I will invest what is left in my bank account into the same program. If she is not making all kinds of money without sending out spam, however, I will work diligently make sure all of my readers know what this Profit Academy system is all about.