When I was around 10-years-old, my best-friend's parents owned a supermarket.
One of only two supermarkets in the town I grew up in.
Jette and I got a great idea.
What if we made our own minimarket? Her parent's shop was called Spar Supermarket. We figured we could call it “Spares MiniMarket” (don't ask).
Of course, we had neither building nor money, nor customers for that matter, but what if we just set up a stand? A couple of wooden boxes, and then squat the triangle of grass at the end of the road.
What could possibly go wrong?
In my defense, I want to point out that we were only 10.
But what makes adults hope, today, that you can make more than spare change without having list or homepage?
It's truly like wanting a grocery store, but without renting or buying the space.
If that's you, then please think about the following questions:
Are you afraid of something?
And if so, what scares you from getting a place on the Internet you can call yours? And from there start a list?
Sure, you can make money without homepage or list. But the potential isn't big.
If you want to make a substantial income, you need both.
But it's okay to start slow. In fact, it's more than okay.
You learn more by going slow.
And by doing small daily assignments.
That's why I created Malka Club. You might already be in, and then you know the power of baby-steps.
If you're not in, you can sign up for a waiting list and get in, if somebody else leaves.
Check it out here ==> http://malka.biz/malka-club