My most prized asset has always been my time with my family and my time alone. Seventeen years ago, I was working downtown Toronto on the 52nd floor of a major bank where my time was not my own.  My boss told me how much I had to work, when I could go home and what I had to work on.  I was a number, just a cog in the wheel and bound with a necktie and a subway ride full of zombies. That was very frustrating to me on so many levels. I felt strongly that I needed to change that so that my time became mine again and I could lose that nagging frustration with being on someone else’s schedule. So I swore that I would not work more than 10 hours a week and work on my own terms, quit my job, and jumped into the world of online marketing.

Now that I have two awesome kids and an incredible wife, I have achieved that goal.  I live in an awesome small mountain town, my hours are up to me, and I don’t work more than 10 hours a week.  Now of course, that’s an average, and yes, sometimes it’s more like 20, and other times it more like 5, but it’s pretty consistent.  I want to show you how I did this, and what methods I use.  I am a full time online marketer, and I have learned a lot in the past decade especially, as things have changed rapidly in the Internet realm. I want to share my learnings with you on software, selling two business, creating a video game, gathering leads, affiliate programs, creating hosted SaaS software, buying Facebook and Google ads, developing income streams, e-mail marketing, list building, landing page development, funnel optimization, A/B splits, running an Amazon FBA business and much more.  I want to also share the mistakes that I made, and accelerate your learning so you can gain control of your own time. And remember, there is an infinite amount of money out there, but there is not an infinite amount of time.

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Chris Charlwood