The 1-Hour Work Day

What if you ONLY had 1-hour per day to work on your Internet business?

Would it all come crashing down in a fiery blaze?

Your website falls apart. Email broadcasts stop going out. No new content is published. Products aren’t shipped. Customer support requests go unanswered. Chargebacks occur.

People take out their frustrations with you on social media. Soon, you have a cash crisis as bills go unpaid.

Everything you worked for…perhaps for years or even a decade…goes up in flames.

One of my clients experienced a crisis where he had close to a 6-month period where he could only invest around an hour a day in his business.

Yet, during that period, his business continued to thrive and grow!

Customers received support. Ads kept running. Emails were sent out. Coaching clients were served. New courses were created and launched!

The secrets to his success were the systems and the team he had in place BEFORE this occurred.

He had previously been working 60+ hour weeks.

Even though he was in a ‘passion’ business doing something he loved, carrying all the burdens of a growing business was wearing him out.

I first helped him improve his offers, sales copy, and conversions. That multiplied his income.

He then reinvested a portion of the extra money in expanding his team.

He brought in a customer support agent. He outsourced the management of his paid advertising campaigns. He hired a webmaster to handle his websites, lead generation pages, and other tech work.

He trained coaches to deliver services. A couple of his coaches became so adapt with his systems that they could produce new courses of their own.

All this didn’t happen overnight. It took several years to improve his profits, create the systems, and delegate all this.

By the time he had this crisis, he had the systems and team in place to mostly run the business without him.

What would have happened if he was limited to working one hour a day a few years earlier?

It would have been a mess, because everything in the business relied on him.

If he didn’t do it, it didn’t get done.

‘Following his passion’ and constant hustling would have equaled disaster.

The May issue of the Monthly Mentor Club is about the 1-Hour Work Day.

That doesn’t mean you’re only allowed to work one hour a day.

This client probably invests closer to 20 to 30 hours a week normally because he’s always optimizing for more improvement both in his business systems and the results he delivers for his clients.

It simply means you create FREEDOM in your business that it becomes your choice.

You don’t create another JOB that requires your constant input to survive.

You’ll discover why you’re often the bottleneck in your business and how to deal with this huge honking problem…

Plus, you’ll get specific direction of how to focus, eliminate common time sinks, and find good team members that help you grow.

This issue goes to print & mail this Friday, April 30th.

Join the Monthly Mentor Club and you’ll get this issue sent out to you…along with access to dozens of special reports and videos designed to help you Earn More, Work Less, and Enjoy Life!

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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 the Monthly Mentor Club can help you today.