By guest author Irina Patterson
Let’s talk about the $1,000 annual membership fee for the 1M/1M Program. If you are thinking about joining the 1M/1M, I am sure you are pondering that fee question … so, let’s talk about it.
The 1M/1M Program is a business. It’s built on the same principles that we teach entrepreneurs at 1M/1M, which are: to offer a solution to a true problem and to make sure that your product or service adds real value so that our customers are willing to pay for it.
We believe that this exchange of value for money imposes discipline on both parties, on those who create the value and those who pay for it. That helps to separate strong players from flakes on both sides.
At 1M/1M, we are looking for those entrepreneurs who are ready and able to overcome any obstacle on their way to success. Yes, $1,000 could be an obstacle, but not a serious one. It is just a business expense.
Like any business expense, it can be put on a credit card, borrowed, or saved for in a few months.
Thus far, we have managed to attract great entrepreneurs. For example, 1M/1M premium member Ajit Narayanan was recently named by the MIT Tech Review as one of the world’s top 35 innovators of 2011.
Each 1M/1M member is building their own $1M+ businesses with us, step by step, without wasting resources and valuable time.
As they doing it, they’re also contributing to our idea of a new kind of capitalism. We call it capitalism 2.0 wherein each business creates true value that is always worth paying for.
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