7 Billion Reasons Why You Need To Read This

There are well over 7 billion people in the world.

To put that in perspective if you counted from one to a billion you would be 
counting for 95 years and a billion seconds ago it was 1959.

And the population is growing.

Makes you feel kind of small doesn’t it?

Now obviously every person who is born is one more person that you are 
going to compete with for a job or a reservation with at your favorite 

But that’s only one reason you should care about the world’s population.

What you really need to know is that the population didn’t reach a billion 
until 1800. That means it took all of human history up until then jus to
reach a billion.

But then it only took 130 years to reach 2 billion and then it only took less 
than 30 years to reach 3 billion and then 15 years to reach 4 billion.

In fact in 1970 there were half as many people as there were today.

What the hell happened?… Technology happened.

And now we are the most advanced we have ever been and you aren’t 
taking advantage of it at all.

Because if you are working a traditional job with a traditional paycheck 
and not using the internet to make a fortune then you are missing out.

If technology allowed the human population to multiply in a way that 
would embarrass rabbits then imagine what it can do for you.

But Wait… You don’t have to imagine.

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Members of MTTB are able to work from home, from Starbucks, from the 
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Hope this helped and that you received enormous value!

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Until next time…Live Long and Prosper!

Talk to you soon,

Stan Fuller