How to GUARANTEE your next business project will succeed

Posted on: July 4, 2011
9 comments so far (is that a lot?)

We’ve all experienced it in business! That momentary burst of inspiration that keeps us up late at night; it’s all you can think of…heck! it’s often the very REASON we quit our jobs to start this business. Then because of all the sacrifices we made in order to realize our “next big” idea, we feel an “obligation” to make sure it’s perfect, so we stay up even later, work even harder, tweaking the copy and making sure the graphics are perfect, then if you’re lucky, you FINALLY launch the product.

Unfortunately, most people never even get THIS far, but if you do, congratulations! There’s a 90% chance your idea (no matter how revolutionary) will FAIL. I don’t mean to be negative, but unfortunately, the ugly truth is…


But what if you had a foolproof system to GUARANTEE that the next project, idea, or burst of inspiration is an absolute success?

This is what we’ll be exploring today…a FOOL PROOF way to guarantee your project is a success.

This process is responsible for almost ALL of the success that I’ve had online. Although it sounds so simple and intuitive, it defies logic why so many Internet Marketers fail to work this way. Even though it’s simple, it will take a fundamental paradigm shift in your thinking to embrace this ideology…

Make sure you watch until the end because that’s where all the good stuff is and let me know your thoughts!


9 Responses to “How to GUARANTEE your next business project will succeed”

  1. Mike Says:

    Great video, really made me think about setting up my next project differently. But what do you think about before you try selling your own ebook or whatever, try selling an affiliate product to see how the market/traffic responds.

    BTW tried to sign up to your newsletter with the link on the top of your page, but after clicking submit, it took me to a 404 page.

  2. Kyle Says:

    Hey Mike, thanks for the comment. The option you suggested I think is the best way to proceed. Before spending all that time CREATING a product and hoping it sells, you can just leverage someone ELSE’s hard work by simply selling theirs. If it sells, now you can confidently create a BETTER product and KNOW it will sell.

    BTW, I checked the newsletter link, it seems to work fine. Let me know if it continues.

  3. Mike Says:

    Thanks for responding to my comment. The newsletter link is now working for me, must have caught aweber at a bad time.

  4. Kyle Says:

    Mike, Glad to hear it worked out for you

  5. Kieran Says:

    Nice video Kyle and nice site. But I would go with selling an affiliate product in that market first as Mike says. The only thing about giving some of your product away in the manner you suggest is someone may take that idea and run with it quicker than you can.

    I do agree with that approach in principle though.

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  7. Maurice Says:

    Great tip Kyle!

    I created a Twitter product 1,5 years ago that never selled.

    1st) What I found out was that my salespage conversion rate was 0% because it was poorly designed and the video message talked about too many things at once. This is the review I got from an experienced marketer who gave me bluntly his honest opinion.

    2nd) Like you said I never tested the product to see how the market would react to it. So this is also another point where I clearly don’t have the answer.

    All I can say is thanks for your insight, and I’ll use it the next time I have an idea for my next project or to rework my my Twitter product!

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  9. Les Says:

    Hi Kyle I have been trying to get to join one of your programs but I have received your 3 day videos but I cannot open them I see the screen shot of you but when I click on the arrow it says video not found. Les Bradshaw.

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