You can make $1000 a day if you try. But you're not trying

How To Make $1000 A Day

It’s kind of crazy to think that making money really isn’t that hard.

Why do we make it out to be this magically complex activity that only a select few people have managed to master?

Anyone who has worked in sales for any length of time knows that sales is really just a numbers game.

And if you’re selling the right product, you already know how to make $1000 a day.

  • If you ask enough people to buy something, even if you’re the worst salesperson in the world, some people are going to buy from you.
  • If you’re an average salesperson, you’ll sell even more.
  • If you’re an amazing salesperson, you’ll sell a lot.
  • And if you’re a top 1% performer, you’ll sell more than most of the other people at your company combined.

You don’t know how to make $1000 a day because of Shiny Object Syndrome

You don't know how to make $1000 a day because of Shiny Object Syndrome

We all have these ideas in our heads about how to make money and how it’s “supposed” to be. But a lot of these beliefs come from clever marketing in the MMO (make money online) community.

  1. They tell us we need to do dropshipping.
  2. But oh no, then we hear that dropshipping is actually dead, and that you have to create your own product.
  3. Oh but actually you can’t create your own product because then you have to actually ship everything yourself, which is inefficient and a waste of time. You need to sell information products!
  4. But wait, you can’t just sell information products, you have to build a funnel first. Make a landing page, capture leads, and then try to sell them something on the backend.
  5. But actually it’s not the funnel that’s important, it’s the email marketing to the list you’ve built! So start sending those emails!
  6. Hang on a second though, because it’s not really the emails. What you need to do is start getting popular on social media like Gary Vaynerchuck says.
  7. You have to be a media company first. Those 100 pieces of content aren’t going to create themselves!

And so those of us who are ambitious, willing to work, entrepreneurial, and want to learn how to make $1000 a day are constantly swirled around into a confusing whirlpool of conflicting information from marketers and gurus who are touting the benefits of a certain strategy above others.

How convenient that for the low low price of $67, we can have access to that strategy right now!

Super lame.

If you want to know how to make $1000 a day, it’s easier than you think.

There are several ways:

  • You sell something for $1000
  • You sell two things for $500
  • You sell five things for $200
  • You sell ten things for $100
  • You sell 100 things for $10

Despite the act of shade-throwing I just committed on our beloved gurus, I first heard this simplified concept in a video from one of Tai Lopez’s courses.

In the video, he talked about how the preferred method of making money online was to get companies to pay you several thousand dollars a month for some sort of marketing service.

Tai’s groundbreaking nugget of wisdom was that when you sell a monthly service that costs $2000 per month, then you only have to retain 5 clients per month to reach $10k/month.

Buy it for $1, sell it for $10

Buy it for $1, sell it for $10

This concept blew my mind when I heard it. It had an organizing effect on my jumbled mess of ideas regarding making money online.

You’ve probably thought about making more money, or making money online, and had a similar case of “shiny object syndrome” that I mentioned above.

You get sold on one method. But when you’re exposed to another, you switch focus to that instead. And on and on and on until you stay in the dreaded analysis paralysis.

This is a symptom of doing too much research and not taking enough action.

What’s the cure for shiny object syndrome? Take more action.

But before we take any action, we need to decide on what we’re going to sell. And yes, we have to sell something.

Ironically, the best way to do this might be to actually go out and get a job.

What are sales jobs, really, if not simple roles in complex systems that are designed to generate revenue?

The best way to learn how to make $1000 a day is to get a sales job.

To give you an example, for the past ten years I have been selling hair straighteners (and other hair products) at kiosks in shopping malls around the world.

Say what you want about “those kiosk people,” but we make money.

Why? Because our business model is simple.

We set up a shop in high traffic areas, stop people who walk by, and try to sell them something.

Simplified further: we buy it for $1 and sell it for $10.

That’s it.

  • No complicated e-courses
  • No software tools
  • No technological savvy
  • No complex funnels
  • No landing pages
  • No paid ads

Just exist in a physical location with high foot traffic and ask people to buy your products.

That’s it.

This is essentially the same business model as a flea market, county fair, Middle Eastern souk, Asian night market, or any number of similar operations around the world.

Go where the people are and sell them something

Go where the people are and sell them something

Literally anything.

After ten years, the amount of retarded nonsense I’ve seen sold at kiosks in shopping malls has boggled my mind.

Remember pillow pets? Those started at kiosks. And when they came out, they were HOT – Christmas time would see them sell $2000-$3000 a day.

When I was in Minnesota last year, I befriended the Sees Candy kiosk next to us. Towards the end of December, I asked them how much they had been selling through the holidays.

They showed me their computer and had banked over $100k. And we still hadn’t even hit the peak of Christmas season yet.

  • $100k revenue in two months just for selling chocolate.
  • $100k in two months just because you hired some hourly workers to ring up grandmas and bored dads to buy $20 boxes of designer chocolate.

Does that sound hard to you?

Something more complex like selling hair straighteners or cosmetics has a bigger learning curve.

But they also have bigger profit margins. And bigger commissions for their salespeople.

At the time of this writing, I’m currently working at one of the best malls in the country: Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas.

Also during this time is the unprecendented COVID19 “pandemic” – where the federal government has been tricked into giving average unemployed citizens $600/week for sitting at home and doing nothing.

So what do your average ghetto citizens of Las Vegas do with their free money and free time?

  1. Do they invest that money into starting a business?
  2. Do they learn about trading options and try to grow their investment?
  3. Do they buy books, courses, information products?
  4. Do they pay for coaching programs?


They go to the mall and buy their 20th pair of neon orange Nike’s.

You can make $1000 a day if you try. But you’re not trying

You can make $1000 a day if you try. But you're not trying

If you don’t know how to make $1000 a day, you have to ask yourself the following question:

Are you even trying?

Originally I hated this coronavirus nonsense because of how it impacted my life. Gyms were closed, nightclubs were closed, and I wasn’t able to work.

But now that the mall is open and the unwashed masses are choosing to spend their free Trumpbux on some retail therapy, I feel pretty good about it.

The point I’m getting at is that even in these times of “economic uncertainty,” salespeople at our company are bringing in around $1000 in revenue a day – EACH.

I’ve been averaging around $900 in sales every day that I work. Another girl I’m working with is averaging $1200.

Yesterday we hit $3000 in total sales. In the middle of a pandemic.

And this is Las Vegas, mind you. Tourism is all but dead here. No EDC. No conventions. No pool parties, nightclubs, or summer vacations.

This is 90% broke-ass ghetto Vegas residents and broke-ass UNLV students.

Sure, two of us are very experienced. But there is a guy working with us who has only been in the game for a few months and he’s also selling a ton.

Not because we’re special.

I mean, we ARE special. But we’re not making money because we are.

We’re just in the right place at the right time.

Much like the Wichita Kansas rule that I talked about in one of my videos, your success depends on your environment and the people you spend time with – NOT your individual skillset.

Or rather, your individual skillset will grow to mirror the people you spend time with.

  • So if you want to learn how to make money in kiosks, come hang out with me and my coworkers.
  • If you want to make six figures selling ebooks and online courses, go hang out with people who are doing that.
  • If you want to get massive shoulders and a juicy @$$, then go to Crossfit.

Making $1000 a day, like achieving any other result, all just comes down to who you’re with.

Go find the people who are doing what you want to do, insert yourself into their proximal location, and wait for change to happen.

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