Alexander the Great.
Universally considered one of the world’s greatest leaders.
He lived over 2,000 years ago, and in his short life (he died at 32) he conquered over 2,000,000 square miles of land.
At one point in his conquests, he entered a city.
In this city, there was a famous oxcart. The cart was tied to a big pole with an impossibly complex knot. Known as the “Gordian knot.”
It had been prophesied that whoever could untie this knot would be the king of all Asia.
Many had tried to untie the knot over the years. Everyone had failed.
But Alexander was determined.
After some careful thought, he took out his sword. He lifted it high, and brought it down on the knot… slicing it in half!
And knot was undone.
And later, he did indeed become the ruler of much of Asia. Just like it was prophesied.
A simple solution to a complex problem.
But are there always simple solutions to complex problems?
Starting a home business is incredibly complex. If you follow the wrong advice, you’ll waste thousands of dollars and tens of years. It’s commonly pointed out how rare it is for a small business to “make it.”
And what makes you think that you will be different?
There’s so much to know. So many ways in which you could go wrong.
But there’s a simple solution here:
Find a time-tested system. Something that gathers and organizes all the information you need to know to “make it.”
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It’ simple not because it’s shallow; but because it’s organized and easy to understand.
21 steps, each of them quite doable. At the end of it, you’ve undone the knot.
A simple, doable solution to an incredibly complex problem.
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So if you’ve spent years trying to untie a Gordian knot…
Or if you’ve only thought about doing that…
Don’t waste your time. Find a simple solution. Cut the knot.
Here’s your sword:
It is up to you to take the sword, cut the knot, and rule your financial future.
-Michael J. Fite