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I've noticed, just over the past week, three+ GLL's who have their own blog.
Someone actually mentioned that I should start my own blog, while flattering, that is not going to happen anytime soon.
I'm am still very much the epitome of a good-looking-loser.
I have a lot of ground to cover in my life before I feel I am worthy of such an endeavor.
Enough about me, this thread is about the GLL community.
The guys I've noticed who have their own blogs, are attempting to positively affects other's lives, while simultaneously trying to make financial gain. I hate when guys on the internet pretend they are doing something, with *making money* not being at least within the top three of their intentions for doing what they do, supposedly.
When you're already widely successful like GLL, DnP, BnD, etc you have the ability to say "idc about money" and I'll believe it.
I won't mock you and say "Yeah, sure, your intentions are totally golden there Mr. Golden Boy".
Otherwise, only naive mother fuckers will believe you.
While everyone else will lose respect for you.
Your motives will be suspect, and for good reason.
I've said this multiple times before and so have many of you guys.
"If you lived near me, or vice versa, I would love to meet you in real life".
That largely won't happen for the lot of us, some of you guys actually do live near each other, and you've met up and went out and dominated some bitches. That is tight, I am mad jealous of that.
But that being said, even though none of us (most of us) are not *real life friends*, we still have a connection with each other.
If you've been in the GLL for even just a month, it is likely that you've established some semblance of a relationship with someone.
I know I have, with multiple people. That brings me joy on a regular basis. You can't find more like minded people anywhere else.
Let me get to the point - We should support each other in all endeavors.
One of those endeavors being, it is a large one, financial pursuits.
I implore you to post your personal website here to this thread, so we can make a list.
Those are the guys I remember off the top of my head that have their own blog.
Seriously, think about it.
GLL is infinitely small relative to the population over the globe that is not GLL.
It would go a long way, if we supported each other, it could really be the kickstart that these guys need to get their blogs really up and going.
GLL'ers support GLL'ers ---> GLL'ers have better chance of reaching success with the all non-GLL'ers.
Now, let me be clear when I say I don't intend on going to your site and just "liking, sharing, good reviews for everything, etc".
If I look into your content, I'm going to hold it to the same standard as I do with anything else.
But I will support you if I feel like I can help you in your pursuits, and improve what you represent.
It will be icing on the cake if your content actually become a resource to my life, GLL and DnP being my primarily foundations of greatness.
I'm not opposed to utilizing more resources though, I've recently added a new
to my list that I frequent on a daily basis.
So in preparation for the "Get Paid" part of GLL that is on the way, I think we should support the guys that are already putting themselves out on the chopping blocks.
Don't blindly support and review something as being exemplary when it is not. If someone's content is shit and needs to be a LOT better, they will ultimately fail. So be brutally honest, if their content has no value and needs to be improved, give them advice if your advice is of value. They will either utilize the advice or fail.
So lets make that list. I promise to everyone on the list that I will visit your blog at least three times a week.
I'll support anyone that is a long time supporter GLL. I would consider practically everyone that posts on a regular basis here to be of merit and worthy of (various amount of) respect.
Damn gentlemen, there are a lot of websites pilling in!
I knew there were more out there than I had seen.
I'm not going to post the list in this thread, I'm going to make a new one.
I plan on posting the [GLL name of the author] + [the website]. I think it is important to include a brief synopsis of what the website has to offer, just because there will be 10+ websites on the list, and some people like to know a little something before they open the door and walk into something new.
Thanks for the compliments guys, means a lot to me!
It would mean even more to me to see everyone come together and make what this thread details a reality.
In order to really envelop ourselves within the GLL Lifestyle that we so desire, we almost have to escape the rat race that is the 9-5 work schedule. Let's help each other in our pursuits of making $$$.
Let's not pretend that money isn't a big deal. Like I mentioned above, I think it is a major flaw that many bloggers have. They try to output the image that they are operating solely with the mentality that they are putting their advice and reputation out on the line because they are a good samaritan and have nothing to gain by doing so.
On the flip side, already established guys still have to clarify whether something is an affiliate link or not before they post it, simply because there are people out there they have a bone to pick with you if you're *making money off of them, they feel like you owe them something if they use your link*. I'm not saying I'm that type of person (hell-to-the-fucking-no). But I am someone that wants to see an immense amount of transparency before I place my trust in you, and believe deep down that there is something more to your motive than just making some cash money[/b].
You have to find a median between people like me who want to see transparency and people who are bloody jew(ish) when it comes to financial transactions.
I would avoid the jew comment and just mention my grandfather if you guys knew him.
He is the absolute worst when it comes to making you feel like you *owe* him something if he does anything for you.
If I didn't love him I'd hate him. </3
So yeah, bro's! I'm going to develop the list over the course of the day.
If you want (I would probably prefer it, as I don't know anything to a deep level about any of your websites) you can post in this thread what you would like to be the *nitty-gritty* synopsis of your website (goes under the link of your website).
Also, Mack hit the nail on the head.
This is the community helping the community.
But the men who should be the most motivated to help the other men to become successful with their websites are the guys who have their own website.
Mack says "Not only do I frequent GLL, if I see another member with a blog, I always check it out."
Clearly Mack already knows whats up.
A good way to become successful is to follow men who are already successful. Chris and Mike are the perfect examples, since they are already successful in what you're attempting to do (online business as a whole, not necessarily just self-help related stuff).
Do you think they help each other out in their endeavors? Fuck yeah bro![/i]
I suspect you might not actually be human Kingkratom, your posts come with such velocity and force its almost other wordly. Good stuff man ! I completely agree with this as well. Definitley sounds like the law of attraction at work here. Only good things can come from this.
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