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RyanMaybe
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eCom / info products / music things

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RyanMaybe

PARKED, Male, 23, from Boston, MA

There's room for growth always! Hmu if you think it's a good idea Nov 8, 2018 at 4:12 PM

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      There's room for growth always! Hmu if you think it's a good idea
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jun 5, 1995 (Age: 23)
    Location:
    Boston, MA
    Occupation:
    eCom / info products / music things
    Your Expertise:
    E-Business: ECommerce
    Born in Istanbul, Turkey, 1995. Burnout of a gifted child, from 'child prodigy' piano kid at age 4-12 to kinda sorta legit metal guitar kid getting into Berklee College of Music(boston, MA) and starting to acquire some common sense at age 18.

    While running into new things, I ended up spending a bit of time in 'scripted' territory, trying to be a freelance composer & soundesigner for media (tv/film and video games etc) and a session player on the side etc, but being shocked back into my senses by a massive health scare that made me realize that what I'm doing is somebody else's dream that I settled for, and will in no way make me happy, I've moved on to automatable, passive income ideas, before coming across the work of MJ.

    Upon the decision to not do freelance work in an era where the internet exists, I decided to start a music project, grow it online, and live on the passive income of paid subscription groups for super fans and automatable merch sale income. Upon meeting initial resistance when my marketing skills weren't in place, I moved on to influencer stuff (Jumpcut etc) and eventually to info products and eCom. Around this time I've started reading Millionaire Fastlane (due to a YouTube comment someone left under a Doug Stanhope video where the lovable alcoholic comedian mocks the slowlane as the norm) and decided to come here while I was halfway through the book.

    At the time of this writing I'm still in the US legally, with no work permit (which only allows me to make money in 'income but not employment' ways on a global non-US level).
    I have 3 eCom "stores" that are barely designed with no products listed, living rent-free with a woman I kinda seduced overnight so that I wouldn't have to keep crashing on an old friend's couch(still, she's fantastic and I value her deeply) for about a month now, lots of information and half-made blueprints for info product plans laying around me, a loosely sketched-out and largely publicity stunt driven plan for a viral music project and a nice network of artists who are willing to help me immensely like I help them, scripts and mind-maps full of YouTube channel plans/content, lots of unfinished books and very direct online courses I could just play along with, and a house I own back home that steadily loses value as the currency keeps declining which pays me about $660 per month (as opposed to the $1500 it used to pay a few years ago).

    No, their house market is crap, we can't sell and get a similar value place from a different country with a stable economy. Btw I hope this is the kind of community where we help each other out and stuff too, in whatever ways possible. I assume lots of ppl will have email lists and connections and some influence, on top of wisdom and helpful/assumption-challenging experience.
    Anyways.

    I'll be moving to Asia in a few weeks/months where my monthly passive income is more than enough to cover my entire living expenses, enabling me to work on planting virtual money trees harder.

    Currently I'm confident in what I have to do and the attitude I should keep about it all. My laziness that stands in the way of the required relentlessness gives way in the face of acute obstacles, and I'm not yet sure if I have this in me, and how I'd still pull off what I want if I actually don't.

    I'll update this when my circumstances are vastly different, which is likely soon. Glad to have you make my acquaintance, dear reader:)

    Go ahead and vividly picture a faceless version of me like in my profile picture, encouraging you to continue on to a grand day now.