The ongoing pandemic has changed the lives of people in many ways.
Some have lost their jobs, some have been furloughed while others have been forced to work from home.
One result of all this is that many companies are downsizing their office space so, even when things return to some level of “normal”, more people will be working from home at least part-time.
With all this disruption, have you been giving any thought to your retirement plan?
Do you even have one?
Spencer Mecham does.
He plans to retire at the ripe old age of 35.
Spencer, in case you’ve never heard of him, is an affiliate marketer (you can read more about him here).
Like many of us, he struggled in the beginning, trying to earn that first commission.
He spent several years trying to get some kind of success with affiliate marketing and wasn’t really getting anywhere with it.
Then, in 2018, after switching up the way he was doing things, he became the #1 affiliate for Clickfunnels.
That was the year he made over $1,000,000 in commissions just from promoting Clickfunnels.
He’s promoted other products since then and made even more money.
But he doesn’t want to spend his life working, even if it is in a fun job like affiliate marketing.
Almost all of us trade time for money, either working for ourselves or someone else.
And, when we stop working, we stop earning money.
But the bills still need to be paid.
And who wants a miserable retirement where you’re living off state benefits that barely allow you to make ends meet, even after you have to make sacrifices in your quality of living?
So, with an eye on all that, this is Spencer’s retirement plan…
It’s interesting that the biggest bet he’s making is on cryptocurrency.
I made that bet myself in 2013-2016 when I was buying Bitcoin myself.
But I got out way too early.
I sold off my cryptos when they’d gone up in value 10 times.
A great return by any measure, but if I’d held onto them, they’d now be worth 100 times what I paid for them originally!
So, I too am getting back into cryptocurrencies.
It’s not too late despite what you might have heard.
One way to build up your crypto portfolio is through trading cryptocurrencies and, in an earlier post, I talked about a program that teaches a couple of simple profitable trading strategies.
Another program I looked at is Cash FX which , I have to say, I was pretty dubious about when I started.
But, every day, I earn about 1% on my initial investment and every Saturday, the week’s earnings are added to my wallet.
It’s a slow burner but it’s one I’ve decided to start promoting and I’ve built a sales funnel to promote the offer.
If you’re interested in buying some cryptocurrency yourself, sign up with Coinbase here and you’ll get a free $10 worth of Bitcoin if you buy $100 worth or more.
I don’t have any plans to get into real estate myself, though I do have some stocks.
Like any provably good marketer, Spencer sells his own affiliate marketing training course.
If that’s something you’re interested in, you can check it out here, along with the exclusive bonus package I’m providing for it.
So, back to the burning question: Do You Have A Retirement Plan?
All the best,
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