Pat Flynn lost his job as an architect in 2008 and was left scrambling to find what he was going to do next. Pat turned to internet business and published his first eBook explaining how to pass the Lead Exam (an exam for architects). Pat's sold $8000 worth of eBooks the first month and he's taken what he's learned about online marketing and taught others how to build successful online businesses. Pat is currently bringing in over $45,000 each month between his blog and niche sites. You can check out his monthly income reports by clicking here. He has 2 children and lives in sunny San Diego, CA USA.
Show Notes – Episode 7
Interview with- Pat Flynn of SmartPassiveIncome.com
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Luck is being in the right place at the right time, but location and timing are to some extent under our control.” Natasha Josefowitz
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Pat's Top Tip For Internet Entrepreneurs
Connect with others in the same industry. Meet people at networking functions offline where you can mreally get to know the.
Advice for Those On the Fence About Starting a Business
Ask yourself what is the worst that could happen. Create a list of the pro's and cons. Write things on paper and create a plan.
Tips for Getting into Public Speaking
Favorite Resources about Speaking
Ted Talks on on Youtube (search for Ted Talks)
Philip Taylor – www.ptmoney.com
Virtual assistants – would have hired from beginning
Let Go – Best Selling Book on Amazon.com
Testimonial to Pat!
Below is a photo from back in 2011 of me with my first affiliate check from Bluehost.com. Pat's podcasts and site taught me how to promote products on my blog. So, for everyone who clicks on the links in the post and purchases a book or service like Bluehost, I get a commission. Not a bad deal. In fact, Pat makes between $20,000-$30,000 / month just by recommending Bluehost. Think Entrepreneurship.com is hosted by Bluehost, so I use the product and believe in it.