My business plan is simple, build and acquire residual income producing internet assets (blogs, websites etc).
Fast forward a year and my income grows daily and I've learned more skills taking action in a year then in the previous 9 when I was learning everything I could waiting for that magic day when I would be ready to start.
And that gets me to the purpose of this post, and that is to stress the fact that the inertia never goes away, it actually gets a little harder. Starting out you always have the excuse of not knowing how to make money for not taking action. Well imagine having the skills to make money doing anything online.
And that is the way it is for anybody who actually takes action and does the work. You know how to find markets, whats selling well in that market and how to deliver your offer to have people reaching for their wallets. You understand seo, and what it takes to get to page one of google. You have a list of backlinks and methods for getting your site to the top in a fraction of the time it would take a newbie. And all sorts of tricks you've picked up along the way.
You get to the point where you can do so many things to make money online that you don't do anything but think of different ways to make money.
I've learned to overcome this by creating a project folder and putting new Ideas in it, and sticking with the task at hand until it is finished. Then picking something that is fun and interesting to me.
So my advice to you newbies is to just pick something and friggin do it. Have an income goal, say $100 a day, and just take action until you reach it. That inertia will still be there when your done but at least then your making a hundred a day, and you have skills and momentum to try something new.
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