John KennedyJohn Kennedy, Neil Armstrong and Your Business

In 1957, the Soviet Union shocked the world and embarrassed the US, by launching the first satellite, Sputnik, into space.

Then on April 12 of 1961, Soviet Yuri Gagarin became the first human to orbit the earth, again leaving Americans shame-faced.

If that wasn’t enough, in mid-April of 1961, the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Bay of Pigs fiasco caught the US off guard, embarrassed President John Kennedy, and left the nation trembling at the very real prospect of nuclear destruction.

But rather than wallow in fear and shame, John Kennedy stepped boldly forward and set an aggressive and some thought unachievable goal…

On May 25 of 1961, he addressed the US Congress and declared…

…this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth.

With his nation anxious, afraid, and embarrassed by a massive, aggressive, and technologically superior enemy, John Kennedy stepped up and gave the country an inspiring goal to strive for…

…and he gave them a deadline.

“before this decade is out”

John Kennedy knew that no goal, no matter how inspiring, means anything at all, without a DEADLINE.

And we know the rest of the story.

On July 20, 1969, with just over 5 months left before the deadline, Neil Armstrong stepped out of Apollo 11’s lunar module and touched down on the moon.

“That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind”

Goals don’t produce heroic results, goals with deadlines do.

Now, your financial situation may not be as embarrassing and fearful as Sputnik and the missile crisis were to the US back in those days, but most people do feel some shame and fear about starting their own business.

That’s fine. As long as you don’t wallow in it. As long as you set a goal, and a deadline to get it going.

Because here’s the thing: YOU have to be President John Kennedy with your business success.

Nobody is going to set the deadline for you.

And without a deadline, goals are meaningless.

What’s your online business goal, and what’s your deadline?

Write it down. Deliver your speech to Congress. Make it real.

Then, after you’ve set your deadline, there are just two more crucial steps…

1. Get started as soon as possible. The sooner you get started the sooner you’ll get to the moon.

2. Select a proven, simple, step-by-step program to help you achieve your goal by your deadline. NASA didn’t just “wing it”. They used a serious, scientific system.

IPAS 2 has paid out over $15,000,000 to partners all over the world in just a few short years with a simple and proven system.

So, if you want to get your online business “to the moon” then set your goal, set your deadline, and…


John Kennedy

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