That is a true statement but it doesn’t quite do justice to Kern. He is also a business consultant, a millionaire, close friend of self help leader, Tony Robbins, family man, and someone that most of us consider to be a “top guru” in the online marketing space period.
Well…hell…let’s not short change it.
Frank Kern is a damn legend in the IM space.
…and that’s pretty good considering he started his journey living out of a single wide trailer in Macon, GA, selling credit card processing systems as a door to door salesman.
My first experience with Frank Kern was a youtube video that I found quite randomly while surfing the internet one night entitled, Make Money and Sell on Demand Core Influence. It has one of those funny titles that you know is probably bullshit but just outlandish enough to make you curious…
I have learned a lot from doing youtube and it’s safe to say at this point that this platform has changed my life.
The funny thing about getting decent at something though is that it’s easy to forget what it was like when you first started. The further away you get from the beginning…the harder it is to remember.
I wanted to take a minute and write down some of the really big things that helped me get this far on my journey. These are my eureka type moments that made huge impact on me.
I feel like if you take the time to even SKIM over the following 12 things that impacted me then you will vastly improve your chances at creating a successful youtube channel that helps to make you a FULL TIME income online.
These 10 marketing lessons that I am getting ready to share with you…I either learned from or was severely reminded of by a video game.
I’ve been playing a lot of Street Fighter 4 this week. It’s been a little bit of a rediscovery for me because I remember being extremely passionate and good at Street Fighter 2 way back when I was around 17 or so.
I kind of thought of myself as sort of an expert on the game.
Now the difference between what I played when I was 17 and what I played this week is like the difference between my Dodge Caravan and a space ship.
Now I am a mid level marketer and I make my money online. Completely independent of a 9 to 5 job. Rules for success are important to me, and I’ll get them anywhere I can if I feel like it will help me. That being said, let’s get back to Conan…
He knew the riddle of steel. He knew the meaning of life (as it pertained to him). He laughed at the 3 Winds and cursed Croms name when he was stricken with bad luck. He was…in essence…a bad ass.
I’ve always loved the idea of a warrior with a code.
No. It’s more than that. Let me be honest…