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Business Building vs. Opportunity Chasing

A business builder envisions what they want their business to become. The vision eventually becomes a plan based on analysis of personal and competition strengths and weakness, the marketplace, and strategies of ways and means to materialize the vision.

Opportunity chasing is an invitation to under achieve because time is spent looking for and trying out the best deal on the hottest trend instead of building business with strategy focused on product line congruent with personal values, business growth, and the customer base that drives it. While all these characteristics may be present in any opportunity, analysis of how your time and money converts to Return On Investment (ROI) may not be clear.

With no other test but whether or not it can make some money as soon as possible, opportunists chase the elusive get rich quick easy promotions. Although sales and network matrix building are important business assets, what opportunists tend to overlook are basic long-term strategic plans.

Instead of chasing opportunities, business builders tend to analyze and develop them. Business building whether on or off the internet requires a variety of skills that must be developed for any specialized but profitable segment of a market or niche. Therefore, one main difference between business building and opportunity chasing is how leverage is used.

Opportunity seekers tend to choose offers that appear to be do-able from their personal effort as part of a team or network of affiliates which begs the question, who is leveraging whom? Conversely, the business builder tends to select only product and service opportunities that support a scalable business where personal time and ROI can be leveraged for profit.

Network or matrix marketing is geared to out-task work up and down the lines of the network. While this certainly generates a flow of money for products and services, any real or perceived long term benefit to participants may be significantly less than expected.

In theory, ROI compels many opportunity seekers to do the same thing as everyone else. In practice, they end up trying to do it longer, faster, and smarter than everyone else with a net result of diminishing returns or lower ROI and their expectations shattered by apparent under achievement.

On the other hand, business builders out-source instead of out-task to quite simply continue to add value to their time instead of having it fixed or decreased by matrix limits. The measurable difference between out-sourcing and out-tasking is whether your time produces an increase or decrease of your return on investment. The h4h.biz site was set up to teach business building by involving participants as co-authors in ebook projects.

In theory, ROI should produce a win-win outcome. Unfortunately in practice, it differs more often for opportunity chasers than business builders. Opportunity choosing and business building are both important activities, but one without the other is like a car without gas, a nice ride but doesn’t go very far.

A review of autopilot profits

A Review of Autopilot Profits

Autopilot Profits is another system offered online where someone is selling their ‘secrets to success’. There are many things to think about when you look at the disclaimer of a system like this. They never guarantee you will make money, they don’t guarantee the system works, and it is not a get rich scheme.

You should always read the disclaimer of a product before you spend the money on it. There are thousands of products of people selling their ‘secrets of successes for hundreds of dollars. The fact is that the disclaimers in the really small print say something very different.

The Autopilot Profits is not a get rich quick scheme for the person who purchases the product. It is a get rich quick scheme for the owner of the product. There are hundreds of people on the Internet who say they have the secrets to success for Internet marketing. This product is another one of them.

Another thing to think about with the Autopilot Profits is that the disclaimer states that the materials should not be misunderstood as promises or guarantees that the methods will work by making anyone any money. The person using the product is what will determine the amount of money that will be made on this system. That is usually the case with any job. It is up to you how much money you want to make. This system may actually work for one person but it is not guaranteed to make anyone any money by trying the examples listed inside of the system.

It is also important to understand that the Autopilot Profits is not to be interpreted as a way to earn or make money by using the techniques in the system. It is also stated on the site that the money and deposits posted into the accounts are ‘forward’ expectations to what they hope to be making on their program. Of course, after people fall for the program they hope to be making that much money. The bank deposits and money earned are not actual profits but what they ‘hope’ to make in the future.

The Autopilot Profits also states in the disclaimer in really fine print that there is no guarantee that you will make a single dime on the program. You may have absolutely no results at all on the system similar to the owner or anyone else will either. There are no guarantees that the techniques in the material work and they are only ideas from the owners of the materials.

Many people don’t read the fine print when they get excited about a product that will make them rich. It is important to know there are thousands of people selling ‘get rich quick’ ideas they swear will work. However, the fine print always says something different which is the truth. The Autopilot Profits program doesn’t want to be held responsible for people misinterpreting their information about making any money on the product. There are no guarantees and all of the money reported on the site is not actual revenue but ‘hoped for’ revenue in the future.