In a hundred people, about 25 of them might have an inborn talent to be better than the 75. Like in the scope of music, for the 75, to be a good musician 'demands' hard work and endless practice. For the 25, because of their talent of 'perfect pitch', they could instantly recognize notes and to be a great musician will require passion for music and joyful practice doing what might come naturally to them.
I was told by many when I was younger that I could be anything I wanted to be just like what many teachers and such will tell their students.
Some say the art of perfection is because of practice. Isn't practice about making enough 'failures' to learn what works and what doesn't anymore? Persevere, never give up and the prize will be sweet to the lips upon the first touch of victory.
For all those out reading this, some of you will feel this from heart while others will think this is some other crap post but believe me I have gone through this and from my years of experience, from time when I was making lot of money online and from time when I was not making anything and started doing odd shitty jobs....
At some point I started doing lot of reading and ready many posts where users said this thing wont work, its outdated but what guess what ? when I tried all those things which users said wont work, Its actually worked.....
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I've been trying my hand on and off with online marketing for about 6 years. I've wracked up more failures than most people would ever care to admit. I had 3 successes. Kindle Books, I sold nearly 100,000 copies over a 4 year period (so, not a huge amount of money, and it's dwindled down to less than 100 dollars a month now).
My next success was in product selling on Amazon and shopify and creating popular facebook pages and I still do that, but, I pretty much have my fiance managing it, as well, it bored me, and I didn't feel like I was contributing.