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Borrowing ВЈ7,500 over 5 years will cost ВЈ137.55* per month. In total, given the interest earned over the period of the loan, the total amount payable would be ВЈ8,253.00.
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I heard a story recently of an event where several well known marketers were sharing how they made their money.
Apparently one of the speakers went on stage and proceeded to joke about how he is so good at selling that he has sold the same product to the same person more than once without that person even realizing it.
To which the crowd simply laughed.
The sentiment from the story teller however was that this guy just told everyone precisely why they shouldn’t trust him. To which I’m inclined to agree.
The sad part of this story is people will continue to buy from this person.
In fact I’m willing to bet they bought something from him in the back of the room at that very event.
Thats exactly why these guys have become so blatant in their disclosure of what they do … like shooting fish in a barrel.
And they will continue to do it until it doesn’t work and move on to some other methods.
What’s quite intriguing to me is that people are “buying & collecting” creatures by habit.
Deep down inside constantly driven by the word “new.”
- Apple banks on it every time they release a new model of the iPad or iPhone.
- Restaurants bank on it every time they release a new daily special.
- The Fashion industry banks on it every time they release the new season lineup.
- Real estate agents bank on it with each new listing.
- And gooroos rely on it when they sell a new strategy or trick.
I call it Raccoon Syndrome… an addiction to shiny objects.
Even if its used, its new to the person who bought it; just look at the booming antique market.
Deeper still is the idea that something new will bring happiness, fulfillment or some sense of increased well being.
Often times we’ll associate these entrenched emotions with a new purchase.
If I can just learn that new seo strategy, then, I’ll see success.
If I could just learn that new paid advertising method, then, I’ll see success.
Is The Problem The Real Problem?
The problem is, the product isn’t the solution. It’s merely information.
Now of course there are those who take advantage of people by manipulating this human characteristic.
And bad or good, in the nature of the marketing world you’re going to hear things like:
- Buying Triggers
- Compelling Copy
- Pain vs Pleasure
- Strong Call To Action
- Power Words
- NLP (neuro linguistic programming)
- Hot Buttons
- etc., etc., et. al
These are all concepts, methods and terminology used and employed in the marketing world every day.
And they are all based on touching precise aspects of human psychology, behavior and emotion to elicit a specific desired response.
In some cases it’s blatant manipulation.
But for the most part it’s the art of persuasion and sales.
Placing something of value in front of the consumer and
nudging them to make a choice “now” rather than later.
On the other hand, it’ spretty difficult to sell someone something they do not want.
You can use NLP all day long…
You’ll have a tough time trying to sell a pair of Air Jordan’s to someone who wants a pair of Kenneth Cole’s.
The consumer’s desire and want is too specific and the contrast between the two products is too wide.
In these cases you’ll see that persuasion and selling aren’t necessary anyways.
The consumer knows what they want, you just need the foresight to get it in front of them.
This is where proper keyword research and structuring your offer for the right scenario come into play.
Let’s get back to the topic at hand…
Your Intent Is What Matters Most…
How you use these persuasion elements and what your intentions are,
is the key factor in the game.
You can use this for good or for evil.
You can use them to help people or take advantage of them.
You can use these factors to only better your own life selfishly.
Or better your own life while helping others at the same time.
Neither is exclusive to the other and it is completely your choice.
These are powerful principles and there is no debate whether they work.
These principles have been used to persuade men since the dawn of time.
The choice to do good is in the hands of the individual marketer.
So what about those that do take advantage of people?
I’ll quote the late great Jim Rohn:
(I Love Jim’s teaching – he was so practical.)
Basically it does you no good to meditate on what other people are doing with this power.
Rather, focus your efforts on bettering yourself and more so, doing good with what you are learning.
Counter what it is you don’t like by focusing on bringing the opposite into the market place.
Make the market a better place by bringing a higher standard to the game.
You’re still going to have to employ the craft of selling and persuasion.
The difference that will take what you do to the next level is intent.
If your intention is to truly help people, then your offers will be backed by authentic value.
Useful, helpful products, services and information for your audience.
Products and services that actually work and are the right tool for the job.
If someone needs a hole in a wall, you won’t persuade them to buy a broom;
although technically you could put a hole in a wall with a broom.
What they need is a drill.
And you’re intent will be to sell them the right drill for the job.
Doing Business At A Higher Level
When you approach your business this way, It won’t just be about the sale and your bottom line.
Your profit will be one of the most natural manifestations backed by universal law.
Because you inserted true value into the marketplace.
The universe and “the laws” of the universe, gravitate towards positive, life giving energy.
It clusters resources around that energy with the intent to empower and stimulate further growth and new life.
Now some may say yeah but it’s just a drill Richard, come on, universal laws?
Yes! However small the event, the impact is either positive or negative.
And like a ripple effect the positive nature of the event and it’s energy are distributed accordingly.
I could go deep down the rabbit hole here but I’ve taken enough of your time already.
When you become a contributing factor to that source energy you benefit immensely.
Your prosperity increases exponentially and transcends money and tangible artifacts at that point.
This in turn affects your marketing.
Your message takes on a new meaning.
Your words reach a deeper connection with your audience.
It becomes transformational.
The Natural Order Of The Universe
Keep in mind what I said… it comes down to intent.
And notice that the universe will cluster resources around you, with the intent to empower you.
Nature isn’t a welfare system.
That intent must be supported by positive, consistent action.
When you’re given the resources you must deliver the value back into the circle.
If you don’t, those resources are allocated somewhere else.
It is a natural law. Life must move forward and progress.
Anything that fails to deliver “life” is stripped away… pruned from the vine.
So remember also that when you are given an opportunity – ACT ON IT.
Take action then, right now. Don’t wait, procrastinate and put it off.
Even if you’re scared or intimidated, cultivate a habit of taking immediate action.
I hope this message helps you and empowers you on your journey as an entrepreneur.
More than anything I hope it helps you maintain a healthy, powerful perspective of what your
business is intended for.
Empower your audience & consumers and protect and enrich the marketplace.
In this you’ll become a transformational entrepreneur.
“What have you done today to become a transformational entrepreneur?”
How to reduce payments on your debt
by Pauline Paquin
On a recent post, I talked about how to calculate your debt’s weighted average interest rate. Simply put, if you have a $1000 debt at 6% and a 2000% debt at 0%, your total debt is $3000 at 2%. That rate is important because this is how much that debt money is costing you.
Paying debt is a burden for everyone. I have a mortgage, and some consumer debt that could be considered ”good debt” since I took those loans to invest, not to buy stuff. Even so, I don’t like the feeling of being indebted, and I don’t like paying interest. I choose not to repay my debt faster because I need this money to invest and reach financial independence faster. Which doesn’t prevent me from trying to repay the minimum amount in interest.
In order to reduce payments on your debt, you can either reduce the capital repayment, the interest rate or both.
Reducing capital repayments on your debt
Reducing the capital will likely lengthen the repayment period. Except in the case of a 0% balance transfer. I took one this summer and I don’t need to pay the capital until next June. Every month, I pay 1% of the balance, but will need to pay a big lump sum or find another 0% transfer in June or I will start paying some crazy interest on the card.
A 0% balance transfer is a good thing if you are sure you will be able to repay the debt by the end date, or transfer to another 0% card. All payments (except a 3-4% fee) will go towards the principal of the debt.
All your different credits will be bought by one company. You will have one monthly payment instead of many, and one interest rate. IT MAY BE LENTHY AND VERY COSTLY. Before you opt for debt consolidation, do your homework. Calculate the weighted average interest rate on your debt to make sure you get a better rate. Since your payments will usually be lower, try to make extra payment and repay faster.
Reducing the interest rate on your debt
A few options to consider are
I used to have a 2.94% mortgage, with 25% down, that was already considered a low rate. Out of curiosity, I checked what other rates my same bank was offering, via online banking, and found out I could remortgage at 2.29% with a $150 fee. There was no paperwork involved and I got back the $150 fee in no time. Had I not asked for it, I would still be paying a higher rate on my mortgage. Be proactive! Your bank will not come looking for you to offer you a special rate.
Making extra payments on your mortgage and other debt with reduce the length of your loan, and therefore the interest paid on it. There are great calculators out there to find out how much interest you can save by adding an extra $50 to your monthly repayment. The savings are amazing, and you should really have a look for yourself, because it is a great motivator to repay early. You should be comfortable with the extra payments. If you stretch your finances too much in order to repay a 4% mortgage, you may have to resort to a 19% credit card to end your month, and all your hard work will end up costing you more.
If you try to put any extra money towards your debt, freelance income, a windfall, found money, money saved by getting a deal or taking lunch to work, you will see that your debt shrinks quickly.
Take a secured loan against your house
If you have some equity on your mortgage, your bank should be happy to lend you money, securing the loan against your house. This is a risky move. If you owe money on your credit card, you do not risk foreclosure. If you are unable to pay your secured loan on the other hand, the bank can put your house for sale. I wouldn’t do it unless I was 100% sure to make my payments in time. If you know you can, the rate will be much lower than the one on your credit card.
Finding other sources of lending
My mum is my favorite bank. She has a good chunk of cash on a 2% savings account. In order to make things fair for everyone, I borrow from her at 4%. No fees, no credit check, and no specific term. When I am done, I give her back the money, plus interest. I never borrow from her for a risky operation. Usually I have other higher yielding investments that come to term a few months later and borrow some cash in the meanwhile. Borrowing money from a friend of family and failing to reimburse them can lead to great trouble and damage your relationships.
Instead of borrowing from a friend, or the bank, you borrow from savers who have cash. The rates are higher than a consumer loan, but lower than credit cards. Depending on your credit score, they make you an offer on the amount and the rate. Look for reliable peer to peer websites, and never pay money upfront to secure the loan.
If you really have no other solution, and can’t make your monthly payments, bankruptcy is your last move. Look for advice first, from a Citizen Bureau or a debt agency, many offer free debt counseling. This will ruin your credit score and you won’t be able to borrow money for years. During the bankruptcy process, your lenders will generally agree on a lower repayment amount, and the interest on the debt can be frozen. Depending on your income and expenses, a monthly repayment amount will be determined. You cannot default on those payments, which may even be taken directly from your salary. Resort to bankruptcy if you really have no other option.