The short answer is it is all subjective like anything else
– There are degrees of ‘EZ’ or ‘Fast’, which would be
interpreted differently by many people in many individual
ways – from wherever they sit. So we have to keep that in
mind before we judge. What do they mean by ‘EZ’
(‘autopilot’, ‘automated’, ‘push-button’)? … and
what exactly does that mean to us if we are looking for a
legitimate home business opportunity? What will we have to
do to bring our skill and/or experience level up to par in
order to be able to do that program or business?
Likely we will want to do it quickly and easily – and those
who have previous experience with using a PC, using the
Internet, and even marketing and sales have ‘a leg up’ in
that they will be able to pick it right up when they see
instructions for navigating various websites and services.
All have the advantage in learning how to function using
Internet marketing tools and resources if they are doing
simple things like connecting to the Internet, sending and
receiving emails, shopping, banking, and doing research in
the search engines for any reason. It all counts as
How fast is ‘Fast’? Days? Weeks? Months? The short answer
there is nobody knows the future and being that there are
many variables, there isn’t even an ‘average’ time. It is
humorous that typical Internet marketing hype says wealth
can be ‘instant’ in the opening remarks — yet then if it
is a legitimate program, they will usually have a story
about struggling for years to get somewhere. They are
completely candid about it not being a cake-walk; and many
may honestly say exactly how they were able to achieve what
they have done. It was tough but it was well worth it.
Taking the actions they did worked eventually and they saw
real tangible results and they took it to the bank.
The reality of the struggle to start a business often falls
on deaf ears when people do not want to hear this, because
they want to think they can have wealth without work – They
want to know the secret sauce! The mystery catalyst that
they can get too! All very dramatic! They can even imagine
that the ‘guru’ will do everything for them.
Suddenly knowing his secrets will not suffice! Accepting
free trials and free offers is an entitlement to expect
magic next! This could be that the ‘guru’ is expected to
work for nothing now since they already made their money and
do everything for the new member. The training is available
if that is included, but they would rather have mentoring
for free 24/7 and may not even attempt to follow directions.
True it would be ideal, but how could anybody make a living
if they were spending every hour mentoring for free? Who
would pay their bills?
It is good if we actually do our due diligence and not just
‘fly by night’: Find out what will be required before we
make a commitment or during the trial period. We shouldn’t
look at the trial period as merely a good thing because it
is free. It really is our opportunity to ‘kick the tires’
and see exactly what is involved and to determine whether we
are willing to ‘stay the course’. Otherwise we will waste
time and money and not achieve our goals in the long-run.