676 | The power of one…

As I am about to start a new business my mind drifted back thinking about how I originally started this business, Internet Business Mastery.

I made a ton of mistakes.

I’m going to list a few of them in hopes you can learn from my past ignorance and then I’m going to give you the plan that finally made it all work.

As I said, I made a ton of mistakes.

I didn’t choose my mentors wisely, I picked who ever was most seen and was putting out the most info.

I got on over 30 emails lists and I buried myself in beginner information and I let it go on for far too long.

I let my fear stop me for far too long.

When I finally started, I started a bunch of businesses.

I tried mashing all the different business plans and advice into a Frankenstein hybrid business.

I picked the wrong business model and one of my businesses actually became successful, which made it so I had to work at least 12 hours a day, seven days a week. I ended up hating that business and business model.

I kept starting different projects, but never finishing them.

I could go on and on, but there is a little taste.

Now I’m going to tell what finally started working.

I learned it from a guy in the first group mastermind I was in.

This guy made over 1 million dollars a month with his business.


I told him all the problems I was having and I asked him why he didn’t have the same problems and here is what he said he did:

He understood the power of ONE.


He choose to work on one business at a time. He said he’d get it to a place where he was happy with the money and then he’d just hire a CEO to run it exactly the way he did.


He choose one mentor at a time to take advice from. He said they had to have been doing whatever they were teaching successfully for more than 7 years and he didn’t want to hear about fads. No fads in business plans and no fads in traffic generation and no fads in sales and marketing. Just fundamentals.

He said the power of one was how he was able to get his business to 1 million dollars a month.

I decided to take his advice and everything changed for me after that.

I stopped building businesses and I focused on one business, this one.

Internet Business Mastery double in size and profit each year for the next four years in a row. At 10 years in business we hired a CEO to take over all the day to day operations. That was 3 years ago.

Don’t make my mistakes.

Instead focus on the power of ONE.

One Business. One Mentor.

Jeremy Frandsen
World Leader in Freedom Business Education