Who's tired of all the complaining before testing here?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by blackhatcatz, May 16, 2008.

  1. blackhatcatz

    blackhatcatz Power Member

    Feb 8, 2008
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    internet marketer, call center owner
    Somewhere Asia, Moving around all the time
    I've seen quite alot of posts here in BHW and I believe 75% (or higher) is information you can run along with and make money, it will take days, weeks or even months.

    It's one thing to analyze things and say "these don't work." Sometimes its good,especially when it comes from experience.

    But I just see alot of people totally complain before trying stuff out.

    This is what i've learned... Most of the things I try don't work. Maybe i'm stupid or just plain dumb. But what it does is it increases my experience and allows me to think out of the box (believe me I have systems that come from ideas here, the plain ideas here don't work.

    It's just like a piece to a jigsaw puzzle, but once you start to put it together, other pieces come into mind and you learn. Plus believe me, we're in business and I believe you should lose some resources to do business, for monetarily challenged people --it's time.

    For People with money, it's better to lose money than time. So be prepared. I've been losing both for a long time before I made some progress and just go and try stuff before shooting them down.

    If it doesn't work and you're still alive, move on, work on another one. This is how life works.

    Just my 2 cents.

    All the best,

  2. boomboomer

    boomboomer Executive VIP

    Feb 7, 2008
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    Nice post Catz.

    The problem is that people want methods to earn money that are as simple as clicking your mouse. So anything that takes a bit of testing and patience is not a hot favorite with a lot of people ...
  3. dddd

    dddd Junior Member

    Jun 4, 2007
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    actually, most people want methods that lead to money magically appearing in their bank accounts - THAT is the problem... not that I haven't dreamed of the "Perpetuum Mobile" in school, but I took notice, that it is not existing - maybe most people slept during this part of their education ;)