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One-On-One With William G Bryant Aka Boss: Successful Online Marketer

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Today on Personality Profile under the entrepreneurship segment, is William G Bryant, aka Boss.
William G Bryant is a successful online marketer, leader and a master recruiter.
I am honoured(honored) to have him on my personality profile segment. 

 

Karisma: Welcome Mr.William G Bryant.

To start with, what does the G in your name stand for?

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William: Glenn

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Karisma: Which country are you from?

 

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William: U.S.A

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Karisma: Where did you grow up?

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William: I was born in Albany Ga, before moving to Atlanta, Ga at the age of 10.

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Karisma: Single or Married?

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William: Newly single!

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Karisma: Any religious affiliations: Atheist, Christian, Buddhist, Muslim?

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William: None.

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Karisma: Are you aware you look like Steve Harvey? haha

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William: Doesn’t respond!

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Karisma: Anyway, you often use the word “Boss”, and how you go about it is highly infectious. A lot of online marketers who come into contact with you start using the word ‘Boss’ subconsciously. How did the word Boss become your signature, and what was the inspiration behind it?

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William: One of the first inspirations I had as an online marketer was how much freedom working online afforded me. But I also recognized that freedom comes with responsibility. Since no one can force a person to work online to procure his livlihood, I saw “Boss” as the testament to individuals taking action for ourselves. Notice I always use “Boss”, not “boss”. That’s because Boss is me addressing you almost by name. In this sense, Boss is what I refer to others who have decidedly taken their income potentials into their own hands. Boss is an ownership attribute denoted by responsibility and action. Only you are responsible for procuring your livelihood and your attempt to leverage the internet in doing so is Boss!

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Karisma: When did you start online marketing?

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William: I first started online marketing about 5 years ago.

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Karisma: Do you do this full time or you do this part time, alongside a job?

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William: I work only online to make money and I do this around the clock daily.

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Karisma: Did you ever had to quit a job to go full time into making a living online?

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William:What most people don’t know is that I actually had a job during the early part of 2017. I was so excited about the prospects of MDCM blowing up to be big, that I went out and found me a job doing menial kitchen work just to round up money to buy services in MDCM. I used the job to keep me busy offline and away from distractions as I worked diligently to grow my online business with MDCM.

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Karisma: Wow, awesome. What/who inspired you to start online marketing?

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William: I can’t say anyone in particular inspired me, but I can say everyone in general who decidedly pursues income online are my inspirations. I wanted to be just like them!

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Karisma: What was the first online or offline program you ventured into, be it mlm, affiliate marketing, online investment, blogging etc? What is the name of the program you first tried your hands on?

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William: My first marketing gig in this space was with a company called 5 Linx.

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Karisma: What were some of the challenges you faced when you started?

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William: When I first joined 5 Linx I was gong ho about it! The prospects of making money from introducing people to a cheaper way to buy the services which they were already buying seemed a no-brainer to me. I thought I could do that in my sleep. Yet, in nearly 2 years with 5 Linx I never made a sale beyond signing my home up to some of the services. Still, I believed in the potential of MLM until I discovered passive earning online!

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Karisma: You are a very good writer with a good command of the English language, coupled with an enviably commendable ‘collection’ of vocabularies. You sound very intelligent. I should have asked this earlier, where did you school; any high school or college education?

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William: After high school, which I obtained a GED from, I had no substantial educational experiences related to any post-secondary schools or training.

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Karisma: You enjoy writing and you do so effortlessly. Do you own a blog? Do you write for any company?

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William: www.trafficmonsoonrevenuesharing.com is my personal blog I started as a way to share more info about Traffic Monsoon. And I’ve written several blogs that appear on blogspot.com

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Karisma: Permit me to ask,  how much do you make per month online?

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William: Not nearly as much as I aim to make. Still, I work wholly in an expansive project online, meaning my income potentials are always climbing. I make more each subsequent month than I did the month before.

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Karisma: Cool! I believe MDCM- My Daily Cash Machine, a Revenue Share program, is your main focus online now.
A lot of people are either at sea or skeptical about MDCM, due to lack of knowledge about the business model or past experiences with similar business models respectively. Tell us, what is My Daily Cash Machine?

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William: My Daily Cash Machine is online advertising revenue sharing business which leverages its membership across multiple online modalities, including gaming and CPA marketing, for the purpose of generating revenue to share with the very members which help raise the value of MDCM in the first place. MDCM sole mission is to make money by leveraging the network, to share money with its network.

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Karisma: How much do you currently earn a day on MDCM?

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William: My earnings in MDCM are well over several hundred dollars a day at this point after having worked my business relentlessly over 2017, and I’ll soon be earning at least a $1000 a day in MDCM.

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Karisma: Boss move Boss! Anyway,  it seems many in the online marketing sphere who believe they are knowledgeable about the Revenue Share business model, are actually oblivious about what a Revenue Share business model truly is.
You seem to have a deeper understanding of what a Revenue Share business is and should be.
Kindly educate us what a Revenue share actually is.

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William: Revenue sharing is nothing more than an attempt to build a business via the collective efforts of a network and thereby compensate the network based on an objective measurement of effort to help the business grow and make profits.

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Karisma: Do you think Revenue Shares are sustainable?

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William: I think that there is no more a perfect business model than revenue sharing. Particularly, online advertising revenue sharing. I think that revenue sharing is the answer to most businesses problems which they face daily.

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Karisma: You have very high hopes for the owner of MDCM: Shane Brewer.
After joining MDCM myself, I found out why so much praises were sang about him.Kindly tell us about Shane Brewer and how you started MDCM.

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William: Shane Brewer was my referral in Traffic Monsoon, yet I did not know him, nor do I recall how or when he came on board with me in Traffic Monsoon. Yet, I later came to understand that Shane Brewer had sought me out because he wanted someone who could help him round out MDCM into what we see it as today.

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Karisma: wow, great! Aside the dotcom lifestyle, what else do you do for a living?

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William: Nothing!

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Karisma: hahaha! Do you have any role model in the online marketing industry?

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William: Yes. My role model is the individual who doesn’t need to be told to try to earn a living online.

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Karisma: What about life in general, any role model?

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William: My role models are sincere people. I want to be just like them.

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Karisma: I mostly ask this question on this platform because I love expeditions.

Have you ever traveled to any country outside the USA?

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William: No

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Karisma: Which country do you dream about traveling to, and why?

 

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William: I don’t dream of traveling because I believe that people are the same everywhere and everywhere you are offers a perspective worth gleaming. I have no desire to visit any one place over any other place, yet I would love to see the world over.

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Karisma: What do you consider as your super power?

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William: My intellect is my superpower. I have the power of to discern truth across any void.

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Karisma: What is your weirdest fear?

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William: I fear not sharing enough value because I believe the fundamental problem with the world is that there is a lack of value being shared and I don’t want to be a contributor towards that deficit.

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Karisma: Who is your favourite(favorite) musician?

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William: I listen to mostly rap music from artists in Atlanta. Not a big fan of other rappers, though.

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Karisma: I see, Andre 3000, Ludacris, T.I, B.O.B and co.
Anyway, what is your favourite(favorite) meal?

 

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William: I’m the none-picky eater. Try me!

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Karisma: hahahahahahahaha! What would you watch on TV?

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William: I watch only superhero shows from DC comics on tv. Nothing else!

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Karisma: Any favourite(favorite) movie actor or actress? 

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William: I rarely watch tv or movies, but when I do: I watch superhero movies, preferably of the DC Nation variety.

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Karisma: What will you go for between the two, Beefsteak or Grilled Chicken?

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William: Beefsteak

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Karisma: Tacos or Pizza?

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William: Toss up!

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Karisma: hehe!  Samsung or iPhone?

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William: Samsung!

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Karisma: Nice one, we are on the same team. Team android!
Rice or Potato?

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William: Potato

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Karisma: You sound like a healthy eater. The muscles tell it all.
Anyway, Bill Clinton, George Bush Jnr, Trump or Obama?

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William: Neither: They are all cut from the same political cloth I want nothing to do with!

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Karisma: Interesting! Do you believe in life after death?

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William: I don’t believe in the necessity of contemplating life after death.

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Karisma: I see! What is your perception about network marketing in general, network marketers, business coaches, mlm marketing gurus, inspirational speakers and the like?

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William: Network marketing is the immediate solution to many problems. But marketing should be an engaging and rewarding experience with the need for hierarchies without the need for “gurus”, “coaches”, etc. I say engage the process and learn this online marketing space as you go.

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Karisma: Any word to your fans, followers, aspiring online marketers,  readers of this interview…..?

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William: I love every person in the world who attempts to make money online as their primary income source. You guys are my only inspiration in life and I encourage you all to keep up the great work in going after your livelihoods in this manner! Let’s meet up at the top!
Follow William G Bryant On Facebook Via The Link Below:
https://web.facebook.com/wgbryant?_rdc=1&_rdr
Also Read: My 3 Months Journey So Far In MDCM

About karisma

Emmanuel Osei aka Karisma, is a blogger, a/an network/online marketer, and a content creator. Emmanuel studied Public Administration at The University Of Ghana Business School. After four years working experience in the shipping industry, Emmanuel finally decided to throw his certificate under his bed, and pursue his entrepreneurial ambitions. He is also an online business coach. Contact: smartincomeoffice@gmail.com

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  1. Splendid! Great interview there, Karisma. Loads of tips I have picked up from William. Indeed he’s an inspiration to all.

    What caught my attention as well, is his statement about his greatest fear; fear of not sharing enough value as the world currently appears to lack it. That sure is thought-provoking.

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