I LOVE Warrior forum and in no way slamming it here. I've met a lot of great folks here, learned a lot here, and benefited financially as well from Warrior Forum.
But I just wanted to encourage folks and especially "newbies" to find their own voice by adding other influences besides Warrior Forum to their studies.
Study traditional business and marketing books, read about successful entrepreneurs you admire, read the Wall Street Journal and so on just to give you a more well rounded view of business and marketing.
I personally like reading biographies of successful entrepreneurs, because quite often they have a code of rules, or a simple mantra that they live by which can be quite inspirational for my own business. It really helps simplify things IMO.
The reason I felt compelled to write this is because one of the complaints I hear a lot on here, especially in the WSO section, is about so much of the same ideas and practices going on... i.e. promoting or creating Clickbank products, article marketing, etc. While you can make money doing those things and they are worthwhile, maybe there's a unique idea and bigger idea that is inside of you just waiting to come out. IMHO, an in-depth and well-rounded study in and outside of Warrior Forum will help you discover how you want to fit into the business world. You'll find a a way of doing business that befits you, and your products and services will be better because of it.
One last thing.... dream BIG. Life isn't a dress rehearsal. We get one shot. We didn't become entrepreneurs so we could live week-to-week. Think big, set big expectations, and take BIG action. That's a theme you see a lot in reading about successful leaders, etc.
That's the end of my rant. In the words of Dennis Miller, "but that's just my opinion, I could be wrong."