Michael Harris invites you to discover the secret blueprint you can follow to achieve financial freedom, which he named Financial Freedom Blueprint and apparently shows you how to use your current income to get there. He says that with his blueprint, you’ll be able to pay off all of your debts, including your mortgages, and start living a debt-free and stress-free life in about five to seven years of applying his blueprint. He claims that his blueprint is so simple that anyone can follow it. He says it doesn’t involve any complicated software and that the learning curve isn’t steep. He says once you find how simple and effective his blueprint is, you’ll never want to use any other technique again.
I’m not showcasing Michael Harris’ Financial Freedom Blueprint as an affiliate. This is my objective review of the product to help my audience figure out if the product is worth their investment or not.
If you don’t have time to read the entire review, read this short version: Michael Harris’ Financial Freedom Blueprint has some great advice on how to properly manage your income, but doesn’t practically show you how to make extra money to pay off your debts in order to achieve the promised financial freedom. Besides, some of the information in the training material can be accessed for free on the Internet, as you’ll find in the main body of the review.
Right after I checked out, Michael contradicted one of the claims on his sales page that his method had nothing to do with any fancy software. He pitched me some software that he claimed was going to accelerate the progress toward my financial goals. I passed it up and he offered me a $9 down sell. After I passed that up, I was allowed access to the product I purchased. Watch the videos below to hear from Michael Harris yourself.
Michael Harris’ Financial Freedom Blueprint has some theory that you might or might not find interesting. Some folks already know the kinds of stuff Michael focused on in his first video, most of which qualified for common knowledge that you can access for free on the Internet. All I did to get the sort of information in Michael’s videos for free was search the words “How to manage your finances youtube” on Google, and I got 8,780,000 resources to learn from.
When I changed my search terms to “How to get out of debt youtube,” I got 6,420,000 resources, which I found even more interesting than the results I had already found. Some of the free videos from both search terms were more engaging and informative than Michael’s, which cost money.
At some point in his first video, Michael said something about making extra money online to help eliminate your debt. He said that there were two ways to achieve that. The first way, according to him, was to start a service business online. He advised his viewers to carry out a self-evaluation to help them identify their skills and start rendering services online for extra income. The second option was to start an online business that yields income passively. Watch his first training video below.
Those are great suggestions, but the problem with them is that for someone who’s never made money online, they won’t be helpful because they’re not actionable. For instance, if you told stark newbies to evaluate themselves and start online service businesses based on their skillsets without giving them further pointers, they wouldn’t know the next step to take in order to make money online. The same holds true for asking newbies to start an online business for passive income without clearly stating how.
Michael’s newbie viewers would have found the information more useful if he had taken the time to explain how they could start a service business online by creating accounts with freelance platforms like Freelancer, Fiverr, Upwork, and so on, and shown them how to get noticed and hired on those platforms, or how to start a blog or create reports in a particular sub-niche that would eventually grow to the point of yielding passive income over time.
Instead, I noticed that Michael had a different product for sale on how money could be passively made online by creating reports for sale. So if you’re a newbie who needs something more hands-on from Michael Harris, you’ll have to pay him an extra $9.95 to get it. And even after you pay $9.95 to get it, you’ll be required to pay more money to get something else with better promises in the name of an upsell.
Michael Harris is different from most of the internet marketers out there in some ways. He didn’t load his sales page with promises of making his potential customers rich in an unbelievably short time. You know, some internet marketers would say their product is capable of yielding results as soon as today or as soon as this week and so on. But he stated clearly on his sales page that his system would help redeem your undesirable financial status, if you followed it, in about five to seven years. You don’t come across internet marketers who are that upfront with you on their sales pages every day.
Again, he didn’t break his videos into several short, 3-minute videos to make his product seem like it has more content than it actually does. Furthermore, he spoke naturally and didn’t drawl to lengthen his videos as some other internet marketers do.
Michael Harris has some good advice to share with his viewers in his Financial Freedom Blueprint. But some of its contents constitute theory and commonplace information that is available for free on the Internet. A newbie who takes the entire training might learn some great tips on how to save money, but still might not be able to make extra money to pay off their debt, which is part of the essence of the training. It’s getting a C rating because its tips can teach you how to save some money for reinvestment.
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Eugenson is just a regular guy, except he doesn't believe in the security of nine-to-five jobs and loves to launch out on his own, trying to realize his dreams his way and at his time. He's tried to make money online for quite some time now, purchasing product after product, and has been swindled by a lot of cyber-fraudsters masquerading as make-money-online messiahs. He has many passions, some of which include drawing, painting, writing, and watching comic movies. He's on a revenge mission to hit fiendish scammers hard by writing reviews that reveal the truth about their unethical schemes and worthless products. He hopes to stifle their online, bloodsucking businesses by forewarning their potential victims and depriving them of the payments they depend on. You can consider Eugenson a friend who's here to give you objective product reviews, helping you uncover the online vampires and discover genuine opportunities.