The Lazy Man's Way to Riches to Gambling

If this title attracted you to read this post then it's good and bad news.

I actually purchased this publication years ago from an advert in a newspaper. It was in the days of mail-order where your item took a month to arrive. 

The book's author, Joe Karbo, is clearly a very good salesman and used his experience to help others see the wood from the trees. I really need to find this first edition as looking on Amazon it is worth about £50. (It was investment without realising, if I can find the publication.)

Anyway, lots of people who have read The Lazy Man's Way to Riches have detailed it had a very positive impact on their business and being a successful entrepreneur.   

The bad news (perhaps) is that you won't be finding the secret sauce about making easy money gambling here. I must admit I hate that phrase. It's often used by internet marketers when selling some stupid software that, generally, doesn't work. 

You are their secret sauce when you are looking for theirs. 

Anyway, enough about someone selling a bottle of smoke. 

I don't care what anyone does for a living, whether they study or clean dishes in the kitchen of a dive. (They often serve the best food).

One thing I can tell you, there is more to each of those endeavours than meets the eye. They had to learn something, often a lot. They didn't just wake up one day and think I know something good as if you learned by osmosis. Else, you'd stand next to the best bottle washer in the world and be hired by the Ritz in London. 

The problem with most gamblers is that they see gambling as an easy route to making bundles of cash. 

Its the most ridiculous idea you will ever have. 

I don't mean to be rude, but if you think that is the case you are foolish if not stupid. I'm not saying that to be nasty, it's just a wake-up call. Like one of those old-fashioned alarm clocks with bells and that hammer that goes ding ding ding. The most brilliant but horrid invention ever made. In fact, such a noise has probably brought on early-morning heart attacks, aneurysms, and disturbing arguments with bed partners. 

''Switch that thing off!''

''I can't, it has made its way under the bed.''

The good news is that if you have the right approach, mentality, and passion you can become the perfect candidate to make those pots and pans shine.

It's a strange fact but the more you understand something it kind of takes on a different shape and form. It's like someone has hidden secret messages along the journey of your life, which are placed there to help you move forward and learn what you need to know to be the best you can. 

Sometimes it will be a question. It may be something you had not even thought of before. It may take a while to digest and dissect and exigeet. 

Message by message, question by question, you follow those steps to a more successful future. 

Gambling isn't the easy route to money. It's a trap to drag in the next sucker to lose their shirt. 

Understanding is the key to success.

Even the most simplistic tasks take great talent to reach that level of efficiency and professionalism. 

That is the difference between someone making money and not. 

Good luck.