A turning point for me was when I realized I was buying too many products.
Ya know what got me to this point?
A computer crash...
My computer crashed and I was worried about how many pdf's I bought and would lose if I lost my hard drive. At that point, I realized I was deep in products I'd NEVER EVEN READ!!!
So, I decided I'd go on a "buying strike" and invest more into outsourcing my "hated tasks" (there are many but they include web design, back end programming, and computer trouble shooting). Sure enough, I had more success in that month of "buying strike" than I'd had in my pre-"buying strike" time combined.
The moral of this story, if it isn't obvious, is to do more with what you've got NOW and put your money and time into using the skills you ALREADY have rather than buying ever new launch out there.
I just hope that one person realizes the silliness of buying tons of stuff and PM's me with their story confirming my own. Just a thought...