In an article on the humor site, Cracked.com, author David Wong made the following (paraphrased) comment, "You now have all the information about everything at your fingertips...so why aren't you a genius?"

He was making a joke, but he has a point.

Just 20 short years ago, the internet still had not made it to most homes or even most parts of the world. Today, it's everywhere. In 20 short years we've made all the world's information readily available.

But I would submit that, rather making us smarter, it's just made us lazier. Rather than read, study and learn things, we simply shrug and say, "If I need to know it, I'll just Google it".

And it has paralyzed us.

Rather than take all that information and actually DO SOMETHING with it, we just feel...overwhelmed. When you're options are virtually unlimited, it's hard to decide even where to begin. How do you overcome laziness and paralysis and actually benefit from all this "Information Overload"? First, commit to actually doing something. MTTB offers a 21 step plan to building your business. It takes about 30 minutes each day for 21 days.

Second, block out the noise.

In today's information overload economy, it's not what you know, it's what you IGNORE. I believe the most successful online entrepreneurs of the next decade will not be the ones who know more than everyone else. They'll be the ones who ignore the most. The ones who have the ability to shut out the noise, FOCUS, and get to work.

And MTTB guarantees that, if you commit (just $49), and block out the noise and get to work (30 minutes a day for 21 days), you'll make at least $500 or they'll refund every penny. In today's info overload world, you no longer have the "I don't know" excuse. All that's left is "I didn't do". And that's not an excuse at all.

Commit, focus, do it.

Check out this business here.

Drew.

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