Warning: You need to keep an open mind when you read this.

I shared this experiment with the Elite Retreat mastermind group last year and since then have gotten 3-4 emails from guys who have successfully used this to increase their income by almost 300% (in just a few months)

When I first heard about it, I thought it sounded very “hokey” and I figured there was no way it was going to work.  And I don’t believe for one second that you’re going to think that it actually works until you actually give it a try.

Here’s the idea behind it and how I came about it.

About 2 years ago, I came across some blog posts online about an old-school metaphysical teacher named Foster Hibbard.  He was pretty popular back in the day, but I havent been able to find any of his stuff online these days.  Luckily, Dan Kennedy wrote a book on wealth attraction and included a full chapter just on this experiment that I’m about to tell you about.  So between those 2 guys, they are responsible for coming up with this.

The idea behind the experiment is that every single wealthy person these guys worked with… all of them routinely did 2 things…

  • They saved a certain percentage of their income
  • They donated a certain percentage of their income

Now I’m sure everyone can agree with the saving part.  If you save money instead of blowing it, you’re going to end up with more money in the end.

The “weird” part comes in when I tell you that by giving money away – you’ll end up increasing the money you make by 40%-300%

I have no idea why this works, and there’s certainly no mathematical explanation.  The only reason I can think of, that makes it work is you’re consistently showing your subconscious mind that money isn’t that big of a deal.  And when you realize that money is easy to come by, you’ll start to notice it comes to you in droves.

Now the key to doing this, is you have to be consistent with it.  If you just do it sporadically, it will never work.  But if you are consistent about it, you’ll start to notice a you’ll make more money, and your mindset will shift when it comes to making money.

Here’s how I did it, when I did my first 30 day experiment…

When I first started I was making around $3500 a month pretty consistently.  So I decided I would deposit 5% in a bank account, and donate 5% of it to a charity that I like.

So this means that I was saving $175 each month, and then donating $175 each month.

Now this is a crucial part.  You don’t want to just do this once a month.  You want to ingrain it into your subconscious, so the more you do it the better.

When I started, I did this every 3 days.  So I split up my $175 so that I could deposit it and donate it evenly throughout the month.  So for one donation I would spend $17.50 and I would deposit $17.50 into my bank account.

I committed to it for 30 days, and right away I noticed a massive difference in the way I thought about money.  By the end of the first month, my income started going up, and within about 60 days, my income was up to $5000 per month.   Since then Ive continued to do this, and my income is much higher then it was back then.

Now, you might think this is all “hocus pocus” and a bunch of B.S., but I urge you to just give it a try for 30 days.  You can be skeptical the entire time if you want.  Heck, you can even start with donating and saving just 1% of your income.  Just give it a try and make sure you make your donations and your deposits consistently.

I guarantee that within 30-60 days, your income will increase – maybe by as much as 300%.  I’ve seen that happen before.

Commit to it for 30 days, and let me know how it goes for you!

– Justin

By Justin Goff

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138 thoughts on “This Crazy Little Experiment Could Increase Your Income By 300%”
  1. Did I unterstand right?
    In brief: You donate and save a percentage of your income and the changed way you think about money will increase your rev?
    Interesting point.


    1. Give more and you will receive more. Simply? That’s maybe a concidence. Who know, but donating a win-win.

      1. It’s all about KARMA, believe me it does work and I have been doing this from 5 years with a fixed % and there are always positive results and no losses.

        1. Karma is action. You plant the seeds of good deeds and you’ll reap goodness as well. Much like in giving. What you give can come back tenfold.

          1. My first comment after reading so many post for many months in

            I don’t know whether to say this as karma or something else. But this has always worked for me. For the past two month, i have not donated anything. But my revenue went down.

            Though there is no direct relationship between business and charity, i have always seen an increase in revenue as i increase my donations for charity.

            This month, i am up and donating again and will continue to do so every month without fail 🙂

            In other words, more you give to others, more you get by some means or the other.

    2. I like this! I read an article before mentioned something about giving as the gift that gives back.

    3. “To give and not to count the cost”

      One of my favorite lines in the Prayer of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Generosity at its best.

    4. “To give and not to count the cost”

      One of my favorite lines in the Prayer of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Generosity at its best.

    5. Yes, but the key is to continuously do it – at least once every 3 days when you first start.

    6. Halfway through reading this post something clicked, donating makes anyone feel good. It would be motivating to know the more you earn the more gets donated, and more often you get that boost.

    1. There is no ‘maybe not’ about it. It is a financial principle as old as time. It is also one of the lessons from Robert Kiyosaki’s ‘rich’ dad. Better yet, give to a charity that really needs the donation and just watch. It really does work.

    2. You can easily donate $5 or $10 and help charities that need it. Moreover, giving to others doesn’t have always to be in cash. You can also make efforts to clean out your closets and donate your unused clothes and other useful things to organizations that will properly utilize it.

      1. Having more money, and being debt free only equals financial happiness. Truly, if you were free of all debt, you would just find something else to spend your money on. Smart, eh?

  2. Loads of studies on this. Its a form of tithing and it has made rich and giving people richer for 1000’s of years. Try 10% of your income and really see what happens.

    1. We have tithing at church, too. I encourage my kids to give a % of their allowances every week. They’ve been doing it for some time now and I noticed that they’ve saving up a portion of their allowance just for that.

  3. Similar to the Law of Attraction. If you get into the mindset that you need money, you’ll always need money. When you change it to not needing it, it comes to you. The Secret preaches the same thing.

    1. I totally agree. Whether you’re Buddhist, Christian, Muslim, Taoist or a practitioner of the most obscure religion in the world, having a generous mindset scores you extra brownie points when making cold, hard cash. As for me, I only have four things in mind: a Lamborghini Gallardo from Tatto Media, a Playboy Mansion party ticket, a lifetime supply of Manhattans at the Red Hall and of course, a free slot at next year’s Elite Retreat! (This old goat’s got to party, too, you know.)

  4. I’ve got to back you up on this. We have consistently given and seen our income steadily increase. When we stumbled into a difficult time financially due to unforeseen circumstances, we stopped giving for a while and our income plummeted by approximately 45%. Ironically, it stayed that way for 11 months until one day I decided to start giving again. Within 2 weeks, our income was back up to almost 100%.

    1. This is an excellent experiment to do. I think that whatever the outcome, it’s a win-win situation. Even if it doesn’t work, at least you manage to make some other people’s lives better. And they’re happier for it.

    2. When we think about what it is that actually makes us happy, or are asked, “What would make you happy,” many people are often confused. Most people would say, “More cash in the bank.” When these people are told that money doesn’t really lead to happiness, they will argue that if they had money, they could pay all their bills or debts, and then truly be able to enjoy life. This sounds logical. Even I feel that if I was free of the burden of debt, I would be able to focus on my own personal happiness.

  5. this experiment makes you work harder each and every time you donate money. At least that’s what I’ll do…Interesting post! You give and you shall receive

    1. Helping others doesn’t have to mean doing charity work, although doing charitable work doesn’t hurt one’s resume either. The more people feel helped, the more business you will get from them, and that helps your bottom line just to say it as straight as I could.

  6. Didn’t realise the link would work and I forgot to explain… [start background information] (some) Christians believe in giving the first ten per cent of their income to God/church – a principle known as tithing.

    In recent years, many pastors/preachers/televangelists have popularised the concept of ‘give to get’ and have been widely critiscised for it, some even blame them for commercialising the church and tarnishing it’s global reputation [end background information].

    Whatever, your thoughts on the concept of tithing and the church, read this post again and imagine it being delivered by Shoe. On a pulpit. Jeremiah Wright style. Well it made me laugh.

    1. Every person is responsible for his or her acts and thoughts, so each person’s karma is entirely his or her own. In the same light, even the youngest kids can get involved in charitable giving, providing their skills, their time and their money to causes they find important.

  7. [Napoleon Hill] Think and Grow Rich: this book will open your mind and how u need to be thinking to be successful

    The Richest Man in Babylon: all u need to now is save 10% off your money and when the opportunity comes to you , you will have the money to take advantage of that opportunity

    1. Inspiration is an abstract concept or idea. It has spiritual connotations as well as practical connotations. It is some person, event, or thing that can inspire the mind, emotions, and/or the body to a higher level of feelings or activity. If you’re inspired to give then go ahead. If you’re not, it’s best not to force yourself.

  8. I’m not sure I’m convinced that it’s about training your subconscious mind. For years I partied like “money didn’t matter”. I regularly racked up bar tabs like I didn’t give a f*ck. But it didn’t get me anywhere.

    So if this does work, it seems like it would have more to do with Karma than anything else.

    1. The sum of a person’s actions in one of his successive states of existence, viewed as deciding his fate for the next. Now that is what you call karma. Enough said. Time for a beer.

  9. This is the basic principle of tithes in church, right?

    You give 10% to your church and you will be happier, blessed, or whatever.

    It’s a mindset like you said.

    1. I believe you don’t have to be religious in any way just to extend benevolence to other people. Why don’t you start at home by giving your pet an extra serving of goodies or treating your roommate a beer or two? Once you start doing it unconsciously then you’re definitely ready to start this experiment — although I don’t think this is crazy in any way, too. 😛

    2. You can’t find happiness in helping others if you’re not inspired. Inspiration is that very thing which makes you chase your dreams. It’s that blissful and exciting feeling that you get when your heart glides and your soul is moved.

    3. It doesn’t have to be a church. One of the great ways to give wholeheartedly is to choose a cause that you believe in. Knowing that you’re contributing even just a little for worthy goals can inspire you to give more.

  10. I believe your experiment may work, however, I used to spend money like I would be able to earn it easily forever, then the recession set it and I was given a rude awakening. While giving money to charity is noble, make sure your bank account is comfortable first, so your own family is taken care of.

    1. That’s why he said you should save a % and donate a % of your income. It’s up to you to decide how much you save.

      1. Well, donating cheaply doesn’t count. I just realized that almost all successful marketers, whether online or not, are extremely frugal yet not selfish. Bill Gates is one. That lucky son of a gun earns so much he could buy a small island nation and convert it into a high-tech computer paradise…

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    1. So what does this exactly have to do with “giving to others?” I believe the route to Spamville is that way ===>

  12. The only part I agree with is that this is a “Crazy Experiment.”

    I’m willing to give it a try, only because you are personally guaranteeing my income will increase.

    Where do I send my request for reimbursement if it doesn’t work?

    1. TEGS – It will only work if you believe it will. Giving is a mindset. Generous people are usually some of the most wealthy people. If you are a “giver” you are most likely already successful. You can’t just “give” money and that automatically makes you a “giver” tho. It has to be in the right spirit or the experiment will be “How to dump a % of your money into the trash.”

      1. The best form of giving is that which doesn’t expect anything in return. This is a good experiment but at the end of the day, you give because it’s what you want to do.

    2. I think I came across one of the best definitions of charity while reading a book given by a friend who recently had a cruise to Asia. “And your smiling in the face of your brother is charity, your removing of stones and thorns from people’s paths is charity, and your guiding a man gone astray in the world is charity for you.” It’s an excerpt from a religious journal and it basically sums it all up. What do you think, Justin?

      1. It’s from the Qu’ran. Particularly the part where charity is highlighted as one of a Muslim’s primary trait.

    3. You actually dont have to believe in it for it to work. I was very skeptical for the first 30 days – then quickly realized it was working and began donating more (also helping more people out like tipping waiters and valets more than usual)

      Hell you can start with 1% donation and 5% saving – soon you’ll switch because you’ll see the affect it has on your business.

      John Rockefeller used to give out pennies every morning to the street urchins for this very reason (back when a penny meant something).

      It works give it a try

  13. Isn’t this the basis, in general, behind what most of the best money management courses teach? Dave Ramsey’s concepts are basically to save money so you can comfortably give money.

    My mother has, for years, given away $1 a day. She really doesn’t think about it as a way to increase her income as much as a way to increase her feeling of self through generosity. A strong feeling of self increases charisma, which in turn, *has* been directly linked to increases in earning potential.

    Yes, giving can make you money.

    1. I like the concept of saving and giving a portion of your income at the same time. Why wait before you can give comfortably to start donating when you can do both at the same time?

    2. People are bombarded every day with selfish thoughts, and more and more people are living that way. It’s nice to know you’re one of the movers who want to change this trend. Best wishes from Boston.

  14. Yes just as in the church teachings. You tithe because God wants to know that you know what to do with money or something like that. In return you are rewarded with more since you are doing the right thing or something like that. Or to make it easy, good Karma……

    1. We may not be rich or swimming in money, but it is always important to give back to the community and others who are less fortunate by ways of donations and even helping out where you can, when you can.

    2. To tell you the truth, I am not religious. For me, being generous wholeheartedly puts you into a position that makes other people see your true intentions. Contrary to popular belief, we humans can clearly see if we’re just seeing BS or not. Come to think of it, being uncaring and indifferent to others is practically a dick move, ain’t it? Got anything to add here, Justin?

  15. I believe this WOULD work to some extent Justin.

    Saving 5% each year would compound nicely over 10/20 years.

    Giving 5% would make you feel good about yourself. Your social interactions and general outlook would improve. Good from this would come your way on a Karmic principle.


    PS. I sometimes wish I had saved everything I have spent on alcohol. But then I would have been a miserable b****r. Rich maybe, but miserable.

  16. Truly an insightful post, Justin. The most important aspect of being wealthy is recognizing that you are wealthy and appreciate what money and financial success can do. For those who make a sincere effort to examine what they have in life compared to most in the world, it will help manage daily stress and anxiety (as well as — you guessed it — make more money).

    1. Giving back to others is one of the easiest ways you can contribute to society. Nonetheless, for some, the idea of giving away hard-earned money is preposterous. For others, there’s just not enough hours in the day to give back to others.

    2. Nothing to lose and more to gain in giving. Far more than the potential returns, you give because it’s the right thing to do.

  17. Apart from the potential returns, giving has great benefit to both giver and the receiver. The act of giving creates positive emotions.

    1. There are many benefits to helping others. For starters, people feel better both physically and mentally after they help other people. Probably the best reason for this is that it causes people to forget about their own problems while they are caring for someone else. The only possible downside is people sometimes worry that they may not have helped the other person as much as they could have.

  18. I couldn’t agree more, Justin. I have a question though. What’s your take on volunteering as a form of giving? In giving your time to support and help out a cause, you’re setting aside a portion of your time usually spent on work. Technically, every hour you spend at work has value, right?

    1. I curretly do not volunteer (bad Justin), but I am betting that if you do, you will see an increase in your productivity during the hours you work.

      You won’t see an 8 hour day and think there’s not enough time. I think it would be very benficial

    2. Among the side benefits of volunteerism is the opportunity to expand your network. I met some of my clients while I was doing volunteer work.

    1. See that’s the whole point Justin is trying to share. The whole idea here is to make money a passive, subconscious mental factor rather than an active one that makes us look at cash as if we need it all the time.

    2. When you can find it in your heart and life to give something back to others, you will find more and more opportunities opening up for you. Giving anything of yourself allows more room for you to receive. The possibilities that come to you when you give are endless.

    3. Many fail to give because they’re always waiting for a better time to do it when in fact every day’s a good time to do it. It’s not about the amount you give. The important thing is you give.

  19. The law of sowing and reaping explicitly states that the fields of your life are sown with the seeds of your actions and the harvest you collect from those fields is determined by the seeds you have sown.


    1. The theory of karma harps on the Newtonian principle that every action produces an equal and opposite reaction. Every time we think or do something, we create a cause, which in time will bear its corresponding effects. Essentially, it’s cause and effect, baby! 😛

      1. I agree! Besides, you don’t exactly come empty-handed when you give. At least you’d feel good knowing that you gave without expecting something in return.

  20. The Universal Law of Giving comes the Law of Receiving. When you give something, you get something in return. It may not come from the receiver. But it will come and most times, what you receive is something far better.

    1. The least you expect it, the more you’d find yourself receiving. I’ve had several experience with that so I do believe that when you give you’ll find yourself receiving something even better.

  21. If you’re helping just because your ulterior motive is to earn as much moolah as you can, then it’s better to park your sorry butt on your couch and do some reflecting…

    1. Whatever the motivation for giving doesn’t matter in the beginning. Somehow, the more you do it you’ll realize that there is much to be gained from it.

  22. Sounds like a coincidence.

    You could start being mean to people and go on an all-junk-food diet and still end up with a higher income somehow. Heroin & meth dealers make a hell of a lot more money most people by helping people kill themselves & not paying taxes around the clock.

    It could be one of those things where when you hear it’s supposed to work, so you try harder to make it work… which really just means you’re lazy except for when you’re trying a new gimmick and temporarily tricking yourself out of laziness.

    Kinda like how people blow money on whitening toothpaste, then think it works because they really just brush their teeth more and do a better job because they’re now looking for results.

    1. You’ll be setting up yourself for some disappointments if you go looking for results in the context of giving. There’s no assurance when the return would turn up. It’s much better if you don’t expect anything when you give. Chances are you’ll receiver more that way.

  23. What goes around comes around. I’ve always believed in that. Giving is just one of the things where it gets manifested.

    1. It’s all about intentions and motivations. Do good and you’ll receive goodness. That’s all there is to it.

  24. Great post! It’s a great reminder about the value of giving. I’ll give this experiment a try and see how it works. But whatever the result, it’s something that I’d like to continue doing.

    1. Giving might seem too simple of a concept or idea for you. If so, you might not be prepared to open yourself up in such a manner. When you are ready to receive bigger and better things in life, the simple act of giving will set the ball in motion.

  25. That’s the best experiment I’ve heard in a while. Giving is a pleasant experience. The more you do it, the more you’ll be happier for it.

    1. Giving’s always been rewarding. It has a way of making you feel better each time you do it. I don’t know if there’s any scientific reason to explain that but it just is.

  26. The importance of living beneath one’s means simply cannot be overstated, and charitable giving is one more way to achieve this all important fiscal discipline. I’m sure there will be a lot of Shoemoney fans who will be on the same boat with me here.

  27. This is usually the time when people are get swept away by the spirit of giving. It would be nice though if such generosity extends beyond the holidays.

    1. The world’s a much better place because of people who give. There’s a transformative power in giving. You might think that you’ll have to give a substantial amount first before it makes a difference but it doesn’t work that way. Imagine if people across the globe give even the smallest amount they can spare. Put together, you’ll have more than what you’d expect to see.

  28. Been doing that in my ebay auctions, and you’re right.

    When money is not a big deal anymore, they tend to flow more easily towards you. 🙂

  29. It works not just on money. You do a good deed to someone else and you’ll find that there are more people helping you out especially when you need it most.

    1. “It is not what we get. But who we become, what we contribute… that gives meaning to our lives.” ~ Tony Robbins

  30. I absolutely believe that this is correct. I have found the same thing. Money is ALL about mindset.

  31. In addition to my last comment it’s all about the karmic wheel and things working in circles. It also has to do with the fact that ‘we are all one’ so when you give to another, you find prosperity yourself.

  32. I don’t usually comment, but this is an excellent post. I agree 100%. Thank you for reminding me of the “giving principle”.
    I used to give every month and reaped it’s benefits first hand, but have since stopped giving. I’m definitely going to start giving again in 2011.

  33. What if I save 5% of my income and then donate 5% every month to a fake charity that at the end the money will be mine, does that still work? Then the increase on income will be 600% +.

    1. no that wont work – its the effect the donating has on your mind & subconscious that helps you to make more money.

      By doing that all you’re doing is hoarding the money…

      – J

  34. Makes sense, #1 Saving is always good. #2 donating money is good karma! There are people in this world that are in much worse conditions than we are, and every penny helps. It’s almost like buying good karma! And subconsciously you just created another liability each month, so now your going to need to work harder in order to keep your way of living.

    None of this is factual of course, but positive thinking always works wonder. Think “the Secret”

  35. I’ve read Kiyosaki’s book, Think and Grow Rich, The Secret, etc. The original principal came from the bible. Read Malachai 3:10-“Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this,” says the LORD Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that you will not have room enough for it.”

    I believe it’s the only place in the bible God states that we can test him. I’ve followed the principal for over a decade and can attest there is truth to it.

  36. Very nice! I was waiting for a shoestring to trip over later on in the post. I think it’s a great idea and if it works for Church goers, it’s gotta work for everybody.

  37. Coincidence? Right after I finish reading this, my mom told me there’s a charity campaign in a local mall. The orphans wrote their request on a card, and we will go buy them their wish.

    Will check it out later 🙂

  38. Honestly, was this an attempt to write the most nonsense post you could come up with, just to see how many of the sheep would say “great idea?” Because it looks that way.

    I’m struggling to see a single valid point in the full post – extremely lame.

  39. This has been around for a l-o-n-g time and works wonders. Every great wealthy person gave an abundance of money to charity, church, etc.

    this is much before Kennedys time.

    Just read about the richest of them all: John D. Rockefeller.

  40. I believe in it. I was just telling my wife that it seems like the more I give (in time and work as well as money), the better I feel and the better I seem to be doing in deals coming in.

  41. Beyond just karma…it’s Biblical. Israel back in the old testament gave/”tithed” 10% off the top of everything the brought in back to God. Then the new testament church was encouraged to do give back as well.

  42. “The Elite Retreat Mastermind Group”

    Got to love that sort of crap. But surely you missed adding the highly fashionable word ‘Leader’ in there. It would have been far more hilarious if you’d said –

    “The Elite Retreat Leadership Mastermind Group”

    1. Call it what you want – being in the mastermind group has added millions upon millions of dollars to the revenues of the group as a whole…

  43. Dan Kennedy wrote a book on wealth attraction 🙂

    Let me guess, it was about 20,000 words of pure positive talk drivel, useful advice such as – You can be rich all you’ve got to do is WANT IT and/or ACT IT……..

    1. Actually its an incredibly down to earth, no b.s. book – and judging by your attitude, it would benefit you greatly to read it 🙂

  44. This must be a american thing. The whole concept is stupid.
    Not clinging to money does not of it self make you more money.
    How can anyone seriously believe that giving money equals making more money etc?
    So if a poor person starts donating money they will start getting more money? Eh what?

    There is no Law of Attraction. Its new age hippie bullshit.
    Those of you that talks about karma. Have seriously no idea what your talking about. Karma is every action has a consequence. You watch too much Earl.
    The western misunderstanding of karma is why The Dalai Lama got critizised after his comment on the tsunami.
    He said it was karma. As in people flew to Thailand and therefore were in Thailand and got hit by the waves. Action and consequence. If they didn’t flew to Thailand they wouldn’t have been hit by the waves.

    1. Its not an American thing – I know plenty of entrepreneurs and sales people around the world who are consistently doing this and increasing their income.

      Like I said, you have to keep an open mind. I dont expect you to believe in it, until you actually try it and see for yourself.

  45. This is a very metaphysical thing; it’s the law of attraction. As you give you shall receive. It’s very effective and it relates to the power of the mind and the law of attraction….

  46. I suppose in a sense this does sound logical, I mean your giving away a percentage of your income away, one for personal use and the second for, well I’ll be trying this one, should probably put some of my money away for saving anyway, going to try this out and let you know how it goes! I always end up spending my money right away, this’ll help me increase my money + save some more money.

    Karma may come into it, depends if you believe in it or not, but I do, so this sounds awesome, thanks for sharing this idea! 🙂

  47. Yeh it works like magic…its more of a principle of life thing, giving means recieving more so you can give more at the end of the day

  48. Good post, will certainly put it to practise, rockerfella used the concept of giving 10% of everything he made to charity at a very tender age and he grew up to be of the most richest in usa’s history

  49. Justin,

    I have practiced some form of this for many, many years and while I can’t say my income has increased much, I can say that I have peace of mind knowing that I’m contributing something to needs that are greater than my own.

  50. how does that work for people who get paid a salary? 🙂

    i’m not affiliate, and I don’t care to be. I’m happy with my income, but how could giving make it grow?

    1. Probably doesn’t work as well if you have a salary.. I’m convinced that if this works it’s more because it changes the way you interact with a see your clients and customers.

      It would be very interesting to know why specifically the increased revenue is being made. Is it a change in the amount of traffic you get, conversion rates, etc.?

  51. I think its a good idea!

    i mean why not? Choose a good charity and donate! Can’t go wrong!


  52. It seems the only people who do this have ALREADY made it “$3500 month”. It’s very nice to donate but I thinks it’s a very bad business decision before you’re fully branded and have been profitable for many years.

    Not the best post I’ve read on Shoemoney.

  53. I’ve heard prayer everyday also increase your income by as much as 500% it is as reliable an information as what you give here.

  54. I think it might be that it stops people from thinking how can I turn my customers into money and starts them thinking how can I serve these customers.

    You can always tell when a company is in it solely for profit without caring about their customers versus when on some level they actually care about helping you and money is just their way of making sure they can stay in the business of helping you and future customers.

    It’s quite easy to get stuck in the mindset of just trying to milk your customers for all they are worth… usually they can tell though and it backfires.

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