For example, if I have 15 campaigns or niches out there, I would expect half of them to fail. I give them a certain amount of time to see if they convert, and if they don't I just scrap them and ramp up the converting ones. This is very difficult for many people to understand and with just about any method or system that they use they will come across this problem and need to know how to correctly handle it.
I was at daytrader for many years so this type of mentality was not very difficult for me to understand because trading is simply a probabilities game.
However, I'm surprised at how many people do not have this attitude and why some coaches do not teach this. I think it's because it's not an appealing reality for too many people out there and hence it would not sell well.
Jeremy Kelsall, talked about the importance of failing such as i described above in a webinar once, and it has stuck with me ever since.
Any thoughts on this topic anyone?