Wednesday, October 10, 2007

17 year olds making 20.000 a month

Hey guys,

Lately, there's been some talk about this guy who's made over
$3 million dollars in the past few years teaching people how to
play piano by ear (...out of all things).

Normally I ignore earning claims and screenshots because I know
how easy it is for people to take their best months and make you
think they're making that regularly.

Well, apparently this guy, Jermaine Griggs, is different. He
shows this video of his sales from 2002-2007. You actually see
him go from making $2000 to months of $112,000+... but I still
can't wrap my mind around the fact that he makes this much as a
piano teacher (and 80% of his products are focused around
gospel music at that).

See video ==>

Urghhhh, I'm a little envious to say the least.

But this video is more than just 4 minutes of bragging. I got
several things from it:

1) That everyone starts somewhere. Prior to this video
(2000-2002), as you'll soon see, he talks about struggling to
make $300. $500 was a good month.

2) That it is possible to double and triple sales from one
month to the next. In 2003, the video clearly shows him going
from making around $15,000 to $40,000 the next month. This
isn't the only time this happens.

3) That it's possible to grow sales drastically year after
year. His movie points out times when he "never made less than
$10,000/month again" and when he "never made less than
$20,000/month again" and so on... all the way up to $50,000+.
Yes, we all have ups and downs but wouldn't you like to
proclaim that you'll never make LESS THAN A CERTAIN amount

4) That it doesn't matter how old you are or where you've come
from. He was 17-years old when he started and came from very
humble beginnings (more on this later).

See video ==>

So watch the video for yourself. He'll be launching something
very special on Tuesday, October 23, 2007 and trust me when I
say, it will be the talk of the season.

All the best,


P.S. - As I get more about what he's doing, I'll keep you

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