Is it Possible to make $1,000,000 per year online?

Recently, I saw the documentary of a Filipino family living in the U.S. making $1,000,000 per year online.

Yes, that’s not a typo. ONE MILLION DOLLARS EVERY YEAR!!!

That’s roughly over P46 Million pesos. It depends on currency exchange.

In short, they’re making P126,000 per day. Imagine how much your life will change if you make that much.

Now, I can read your mind, and you’re thinking.

"How do they do that?"

Simple, they’re creating amateur videos, upload it on YouTube, and they make money whenever someone watches their videos.

The best part? They’re just shooting from home or backyard with no expensive equipment or production crew. They used an ordinary camera. There were no post production editing. I could even hear kids playing in the background.

Let me ask you this.

Before the Internet, how can someone make P46 Million per year from home?

It’s not possible right?

Maybe up to now, you’re skeptical. But I understand.

That’s because most adults, 30 years old and up, don’t have the Internet when we’re growing up. My first "internet encounter" was in high school!

When I was younger, our TV at home have 3 channels only - Channel 7, Channel 2 and Channel 13.

And please don't ask about the quality of the signal! With just one blow of that double stick antenna, the TV goes from displaying shadows or mosquitoes.

Why am I telling you all these?

I just want to let you know all the possibilities and opportunities around you that you may not be aware of.

That launching a business and making a substantial income from it is so much easier nowadays because of Internet.

Entrepreneur and author Jon Orana published a FREE 23-page report on how he generated over Php 23 Million in last 36 months from short reports or e-books.

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“I don’t wanna work anymore!”

I overheard this from a passenger talking to her friend.

Swear! I didn’t intend to listen to their conversations. I was listening to my music. But they were very loud!

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