But Wait, There’s More


A couple of nights ago, I picked up a well dressed man. He spent a lot of time talking about the vacations he’s going to and the expensive restaurants he goes to. I asked what he does, and he said he has a business. I was extra nice to him, because now Uber is allowing tips, and I was hoping he’d might throw a little my way.

As he got out of the car, I handed him one of the better care packages I’ve reserved for those on long trips. He looked it over and seemed very interested. “I can see you really have a lot of entrepreneurship in you. Don’t you?” He asked me.

“Yes” I admitted, “but now that I’m doing Uber, it’s almost like I’m a business owner” I told him.

“No it’s not” he told me.

We kind of argued back and forth for awhile, but he finally conceded my point, and he said “how would you like to add a new business onto your Uber business? I can give you the secret of what I’m doing.”

He started asking me if it made sense to buy groceries from clubs if I could get paid for buying groceries. It didn’t make sense to me, but I kept listening. “Does it make sense your mom and friends are buying groceries and all the money is going to the grocery store when you could keep some of it?” He pulled out some materials, and he showed me how, with this business, I can get a part of the cost of some home products like toothpaste, laundry detergent, etc. I just need to buy from them, and have some friends do the same. It made sense, but I wasn’t sure if it’d be worth the hassle.

Then he showed me that I could have people selling under me! And they could have people working under them!
He asked me how many daily trips I make, and I told him about 20. He pulled out a notepad and showed me that if I could only sell to one out of 20 people, and if I could only get one person to sell to me once a month, that I would be making well into the six digits within a year!

I am very skeptical, so I took home some information that he gave me and spent a lot of time looking it over. I did the math myself. As good as it sounds, it all checked out! So tonight I’m heading to this man’s home, and he is going to be training me in.

I’m feeling very excited, but nervous. I’ll let you know how it works out.


A couple of nights ago, I picked up a well-dressed man in my Uber. He was the kind of guy who liked to talk about his luxurious vacations and the expensive restaurants he frequented. After asking him what he did for a living, he revealed that he owned a business. Naturally, I was extra nice to him, hoping for a generous tip.

As he was getting out of my car, I handed him one of my better care packages that I reserved for those on long trips. He looked it over, seeming interested. “I can see you really have a lot of entrepreneurship in you. Don’t you?” He asked me.

I admitted, “Yes, but now that I’m doing Uber, it’s almost like I’m a business owner.”

“No, it’s not,” he retorted. That’s ego, They just make it seem that way. You’re another customer of Uber, just like the rider; both of you share your assets for a specific benefit in exchange.

We went back and forth for a while, but I eventually conceded. He then offered to teach me the secret to his success and asked if I would be interested in adding a new business to my Uber enterprise. He started talking about buying groceries from clubs and getting paid for it. It didn’t make sense to me at first, but I kept listening.

He then asked me, “Does it make sense that your mom and friends are buying groceries and all the money is going to the grocery store when you could be keeping some of it?” He showed me how I could get a portion of the cost of home products like toothpaste and laundry detergent by buying from his company and having friends do the same.

But that wasn’t all. He also showed me that I could have people working under me, and they could have people working under them. He asked me how many trips I made daily, and I told him about 20. He pulled out a notepad and showed me that if I could sell to one out of 20 people and get one person to sell to me once a month, I could make well into the six digits within a year!

I was skeptical, so I took home the information he gave me and spent a lot of time analyzing it. To my surprise, everything checked out, and seemed above board. So tonight, I’m heading to his home, and he is going to train me.

I’m excited but nervous about this new adventure. It’s always a risk to invest time and money in something new, but I have a feeling that this opportunity may be worth it. Keeping my fingers crossed. I’ll keep you updated on how it works out.


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