Free Internet Lifestyle Manifesto

The Internet has been good to me.

Sometimes I think back to where my life might have ended up if I didn’t discover the power of internet business way back in 1996.

Would I still be bouncing around from one dead end job to another? Would I still be in debt? Would I still feel lost with no direction to take?

I don’t know. And I don’t want to know. From the very first month I started my online business until today, it has provided me and my family the lifestyle we’ve were looking for.

You’ve probably heard me say it before. It’s not just about the money. It’s about the lifestyle.

That isn’t just a sales pitch. It’s a reality to me. It’s also what my clients continually tell me.

The money is good. The lifestyle is better.

My goal with this newsletter, this blog, and my products is to help you experience the same type of lifestyle for yourself.

You don’t have to go through life without direction. You don’t have to be stuck in a job you hate. And you don’t have to suffer with barely making it through life.

You’ve probably seen sites which make a big sales pitch. They promise all the money you can make from an internet business.

They paint this rosy picture of instant success with no work. All you have to do is buy their product…and watch a flood of cash roll into your bank account.

That’s a lie! I worked HARD to first get my business moving. There weren’t any 4 hour work weeks starting out here.

It takes time to get the momentum rolling. Starting out, I put in every waking moment often for 6 days a week (took one day off every week even then).

I’ve had times where I worked 4 hour weeks since then, but my normal schedule is closer to 30-35 hours a week now.

But it’s not about how many hours you work just like it’s not just about how much you earn.

It’s the ability to use the internet to design the perfect lifestyle for you…work that brings fun and fulfillment.

I’ve put together a 55 page special report called the “Internet Lifestyle Manifesto: Living Life On Your Terms In the Internet Age.”

It shares my simple system to…

– Find the intersection of passion and profits where you create a business that provides both fun and fulfillment in your life.
– Follow my blueprint where you combine your website, social media, and unique value to reach your income goals quickly.
– 5 Ways to Profit from this fun and fulfilling business you create.

Your cost…zero, zilch, nada, nothing.

Simply download the Internet Lifestyle Manifesto here…
(Right click on the above link and choose “Save Target As” to save it to your hard drive).

As an extra gift, Nancy Hayssen spent 61 minutes on the phone interviewing me about how the average person can use this system to live life on their terms in the Internet Age.

Your cost for this interview – again no charge.

This is my way of giving back to those on the Internet…and sharing what it has done for me.

All you have to do to download your free copy of the bonus interview is simply input your primary email address below. The audio link will be emailed to you within minutes.

Your information will never be shared. You’ll simply receive my regular informational emails which shares online strategies, unique marketing tips, and step-by-step systems for growing your own internet lifestyle.

In addition, I’ll send you notifications when I release new products and any specials I have for my subscribers. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link at the bottom of each email.

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.

    7 replies to "Free Internet Lifestyle Manifesto"

    • […] In addition I’m now providing a free PDF “The Internet Lifestyle Manifesto.” […]

    • Terry,
      As always, thank you so much for your phenomenal contribution to the internet marketing world. The web can be a frightful arena for the ignorant and uninitiated, and your direct, professional and understandable teaching style are a breath of fresh air and of priceless value. Just implementing one tenth of your recommendations would place a beginner on the path to success!! I appreciate so much your willingness to mentor and support with such impeccable integrity. Look forward to connecting in the “real” world and shaking your hand for your very meaningful contribution to achieving success in my internet business. All the best to you and Julie!

    • Hey Terry,

      Thanks again for all your great help.

      I look forward to working and prospering with you in the future.

      Be well!


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    • Hey Terry

      Just finished reading your Internet Lifestyle Manifesto, I am definitely a lifestyle person I used to employees but find it too much of hassle now I use outsources for me so much more easier.

      I like the idea about writing for 33 minutes and also putting something on the page, can’t tell you how much time I have spent looking at blank pages, to only go and check my email for the tenth time in an hour.

      Kerie 🙂

    • Hey Terry, signed up and just waiting for my report to read and digest all the information you so kindly share with ise, thanks, Sally 🙂

    • For me internet business is, other than the 9 to 5 job, that you can choose topics that interest you. And as it interests you, time flies while you work. It does not really feel like hard work. I remember when I worked in an investment bank, I started to yawn in the morning. Now I am fully up and in good humor though long hours.
      What I also like about the internet business is: You make long term relationships with people and you most probably help some people with what you do. The more you think about how you could help more effectively, the better it feels.
      Right, people are made believe that internet business is easy money, which it is not. It is great money.

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