What if, What if, What if. This question comes at us every day. What if I said this, What if I did that or what if I didnít. It comes down to decisions. We all have decisions to make every day of our lives. We all make good and bad decisions. Thatís life. When you look back on your life you can think of some really great decisions that you made, decisions that have altered the course of your life. You can also remember some really bad ones that have affected you in a negative way.
Life is never static, itís always changing and opportunities come and go. Doors open and we have to decide whether to step through and seize the opportunity or not. When you are standing in front of that open door of opportunity the question arises ìWhat if?î do I or donít I. We need to make a decision. How do we make decisions? This depends on our background, education, life experiences and sometimes advice from others water slide rentals in Mississippi.
We donít know each other, but I would like to give you some advice. Suppose I said that I knew something that could change your life forever for the better. Would you be interested? Suppose I said I knew someone that was showing other people how to acquire something like real estate for free. Suppose you could also learn how to build on your ìlandî something like a five star hotel. You would also learn how to market your ìhotelî and collect rent from guests that pay to stay. Would you be interested?
What am I talking about? Itís called virtual real estate. Your own space on the World Wide Web or Internet if you prefer. If you own a space there it can turn out to be very valuable property.
The most expensive house in the world is a 12 bedroom mansion in London England for which an Indian steel tycoon paid $128 million.
The most valuable web page in history, to date, will probably be thesixmilliondollarpage by Alejandro Saavedra and Robert Kanaat. Now hereís the difference. The tycoon paid $128 million for the house. How much did these two guys pay for the page. Next to nothing. Maybe a couple hundred bucks at the most depending on how they went about it.