I love to market myself and promote products that I believe in. I believe in that premium guide that you see to your right. That means that I’m here trying to sell something. I don’t mind being in the sales position because I firmly stand behind my guide. I believe that the $17 investment is nothing compared to the results that you could attain from it. $17 can easily turn into $170 in a matter of weeks. Is that worth it? I believe so.
I make absolutely no apologies for what I believe in and what I stand for. If you don’t like it, well then there’s the “X” button that’ just waiting for you. I have no regrets for selling my eBook that I firmly stand behind.
Why? Because I believe in a specific concept:
Selling stuff is not sleazy!
Why is selling stuff NOT sleazy?
You’re helping others. You’re doing a good thing. Stop being such a damn coward. You’re an asset to society. As long as you’re helping someone reach a goal, you’re doing a good thing. You deserve to get paid for your work. All you’re doing is asking for your fair compensation because your time is also highly valuable.
We respect products that we pay for. It’s human instinct to have a higher regard for products and things that we spend money on. This is why we have so much fun at that night club that cost $40 to get in. We just perceive something that costs more money as being of higher value.
Long story short here is this: if you firmly believe in what you’re promoting or trying to sell, you shouldn’t feel sleazy about. Being sleazy is when you promote junk to make a quick buck. That’s something I don’t believe in at all.
“I do things where I actually think I’m right, as opposed to where I think succeeding will make me successful. When you think you’re right, it’s more fun and your passion shows through.” — Seth Godin