David Perdew recently shared with me the 6 steps he uses to execute big ideas successfully.

He has used these steps to consult with corporations for over 20 years.  And he used these same 6 steps to come up with the wildly popular Niche Affiliate Marketing Systems workshop which I’ll be attending in August. 

This is the 6th NAMS conference.  In the video below David not only shares the 6 steps to apply to everyone one of your “Dreams” to turn them into reality, but he also shares how the dream for NAMS has improved every time using the system.

As part of this interview, David has agreed to share with you the mindmap he shows on the video along with a 6 part ecourse on how to apply it which you can register for here…

If you’re interested in discovering more about NAMS and getting all the bonuses he’s added in (including full access to all 25 hours of video instruction from NAMS 5), click here…

Click here now to find out more about NAMS6...

Make sure to enter this special code:  “100special” for $100 off.

It’s a workshop unlike any other custom designed to help you wherever you’re at currently (basic, intermediate, or advanced). 

I hope to see you there!

Let’s get right into the video.  I love the first quote David shares and I recommend you take notes on the 6 steps to success with your big ideas.  They work no matter what your “Dream” is…


Terry Dean
Terry Dean

Terry Dean has been in full-time internet business since 1996 and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs get started online through his articles and products. He lives in Ocala, Florida with his wife and 2 dogs. Find out more about how his step-by-step courses can help you today.

    2 replies to "6 Steps to Success With BIG Ideas"

    • […] In the recent video with David Perdew, he shared “6 Steps to Success With Big Ideas.”  […]

    • Good video, I watched and also added to my favorites.

      I’ve heard the Thomas Watson quote before and the main point about testing is something that the leading internet marketers preach to the masses. However, I’ve found that most people don’t do much testing.

      The process does take time to implement but eventually it will work because eventually you’ll run out of ways things DON’T work.

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