Benjamin Franklin was pretty impressive.
He did everything. He was a printer, political activist, philosopher, scientist, entrepreneur, diplomat, manager, innovator, governor of Pennsylvania, academic, and founding father of the United States of America.
His achievements were huge. But when you take a close look at his life, it’s no surprise.
So what was Franklin’s secret to success?
He systematized his life.
He figured out what he wanted: he wanted to get stuff done.
And then he figured out the best way to get there.
Everything he did was planned out. All so that he could create a system, channeling all his efforts to move him towards his one goal: getting stuff done.
And boy did he get stuff done.
Franklin proved the power of a system. He used it to make his life productive. But you can also use that power to make a business more productive, or an organization, or a process.
You may be good at getting results. But you don’t have a business until you’ve created a system that generates great results predictably, and without you having to put effort into it 24/7.
MTTB is the fastest way to help you set up a systemized business. In 21 steps, it shows you how to start a business, and start getting results.
Matt Lloyd has already paid out over $37,000,000 to people using the system. A testimony to its effectiveness.
But the system never rewards people who don’t try.