Things are going pretty well for me, with one rather large exception...
They say that the worst thing that can happen to you in Vegas is that you actually win big... because then you become hooked, forever chasing the adrenaline rush that came with your jackpot.
I kinda sorta feel the same way with IM.
In a way, my problem is not that internet marketing doesn't work. It's that it works too well. There are LOADS of ways to make money. And I've tried them all... successfully.
I've just never been able to stick with one thing exclusively, to the point of mastering it and turning it into a respectable income...
And I've got the $120 a month from Clickbank, $95 a month from Adsense, $35 a month from Squidoo, and $57 a month from Amazon - all after 3 years of effort - to prove it!
My question is, how do you more successful warriors keep yourselves from dabbling, see your projects through to completion, and keep the faith that by doing so, your results will be far greater?