Your stubborn need to succeed...BUT it feels like failure!

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Hi everyone,

It has been quite a while since I posted anything here in the forum.
I see a lot of people here have the same issues I had when I first got into making a living online.

Since that time I am now doing pretty good working from home and doing whatever I want with my time.

Do you desire that same kind of freedom?

Read on and let me share something with you that may help you forward.

For those of you who are totally new to making any kind of earnings online let me first say that I understand the overwhelm you may be experiencing due to all that darn information out their!


I mean, where do you start?!

I get it, because I was there too, but it doesn't have to be like that. Like anything in life earning online is a learning process and will take some time to get used to and if you keep going IT WILL get easier...I can attest to that.

If you really want this to work, you'll keep practicing and keep creating whatever it is you need to do in your chosen niche/market.

Like many starting out you are probably a victim of the "shiny object syndrome". You are always on the hunt for that elusive online course that will help you towards getting your hands on that Lamborghini you have had your eyes on since your teens!

FACT: There is no magic course that's going to bring you an income without you first mastering the techniques involved. You gotta put in the effort!! It won't just "happen".

I Struggled Like Mad!

I remember years ago when I got started online, (affiliate marketing and self publishing), I didn't have a clue what I was doing. I made so many mistakes it was unreal. I didn't see any profits for months and even that was a pittance.

I would have given up at that point if it wasn't for my stubborn want to succeed. I wasn't living at that time...I was surviving...and even though there was no one in my life that truly supported me in this I kept believing in myself.

It took me a while to find my way...and with perseverance I did.

I can now look back and appreciate the sacrifices I made to get to where I am now. Even though they were tough times there is always a light at the end of the tunnel...you just gotta fight to get to it.

All it takes is baby steps and a belief that you can do it. Push forward with every step and ignore the haters because you are on your way to a type of freedom many out there envy.

Of course, some of you haven't made a sale yet and that is perfectly normal. It is still early days yet.



As with all forms of making money online it takes time. There is no fast way to the big bucks.



This is real work and you have to treat it as such. So for those of you who have not made a sale...keep at it, keep creating, and you will see the positives begin to show...mainly a gradual increase in your income....yippee!


YOU will make it happen...soon enough.


Now get to it!!


Andy
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  • Profile picture of the author jmosticc22
    This is very well put, in my experiences starting is the hardest part. Anxiety builds but it gets easier as you go along, baby steps turn into small accomplishments. It takes time and a lot of patience.
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  • Profile picture of the author cearionmarie
    Failure isn't such a bad thing. In fact, it's the shadow of success. Failure doesn't tell you what works, but it definitely tells you what doesn't work.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hosneara Parvin
    I am new in this field and this is very helpful information. Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pablo Visconti
    Well said man!

    Plus, the moment you give up, it´s over. If you don´t give up, you´ll win...easy as that

    I remember going on the crazy goose hunts too. I started doing shopify with fb ads last year when it was all the craze... took some massive headbanging to start seeing a clearer picture =)
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  • Profile picture of the author naviown
    Originally Posted by sharpturn View Post

    Hi everyone,

    It has been quite a while since I posted anything here in the forum.
    I see a lot of people here have the same issues I had when I first got into making a living online.

    Since that time I am now doing pretty good working from home and doing whatever I want with my time.

    Do you desire that same kind of freedom?

    Read on and let me share something with you that may help you forward.

    For those of you who are totally new to making any kind of earnings online let me first say that I understand the overwhelm you may be experiencing due to all that darn information out their!


    I mean, where do you start?!

    I get it, because I was there too, but it doesn't have to be like that. Like anything in life earning online is a learning process and will take some time to get used to and if you keep going IT WILL get easier...I can attest to that.

    If you really want this to work, you'll keep practicing and keep creating whatever it is you need to do in your chosen niche/market.

    Like many starting out you are probably a victim of the "shiny object syndrome". You are always on the hunt for that elusive online course that will help you towards getting your hands on that Lamborghini you have had your eyes on since your teens!

    FACT: There is no magic course that's going to bring you an income without you first mastering the techniques involved. You gotta put in the effort!! It won't just "happen".

    I Struggled Like Mad!

    I remember years ago when I got started online, (affiliate marketing and self publishing), I didn't have a clue what I was doing. I made so many mistakes it was unreal. I didn't see any profits for months and even that was a pittance.

    I would have given up at that point if it wasn't for my stubborn want to succeed. I wasn't living at that time...I was surviving...and even though there was no one in my life that truly supported me in this I kept believing in myself.

    It took me a while to find my way...and with perseverance I did.

    I can now look back and appreciate the sacrifices I made to get to where I am now. Even though they were tough times there is always a light at the end of the tunnel...you just gotta fight to get to it.

    All it takes is baby steps and a belief that you can do it. Push forward with every step and ignore the haters because you are on your way to a type of freedom many out there envy.

    Of course, some of you haven't made a sale yet and that is perfectly normal. It is still early days yet.



    As with all forms of making money online it takes time. There is no fast way to the big bucks.



    This is real work and you have to treat it as such. So for those of you who have not made a sale...keep at it, keep creating, and you will see the positives begin to show...mainly a gradual increase in your income....yippee!


    YOU will make it happen...soon enough.


    Now get to it!!


    Andy
    I am struggling myself, but my motto is, "nothing ever worth having comes easy".

    This was a wonderful read. Thank you I needed this today.
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  • Originally Posted by sharpturn View Post


    FACT: There is no magic course that's going to bring you an income without you first mastering the techniques involved. You gotta put in the effort!! It won't just "happen".
    Even if you wrote a book or created the perfect course, that details the step by step actions to take to make money online, most newbies will still not make any money online, because they don't know how to take massive action to put the system in place to generate sustainable monthly income online.
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  • Profile picture of the author chuckholmes
    We have to fail our way to success. Success is never a straight line, even though I wish it was.

    Most people who own a business of any kind failed for a LONG period of time before they made it and had their big breakthrough. The key to success is to keep learning, keep getting better, STICK with one thing, have a good mentor and persistent.

    Take massive action, fail often, fail quickly and keep learning and improving!
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