If you want to make money, you need only to FOCUS

by bhzmr
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I know this is a bold statement and not enough to make money and you need some other skills and tools, but I think it is the first step on this way.

When I started IM, I had the same problem and it lasted for a long time, but we need to stop it somewhere. Imagine this scenario:

You want to open a bookshop offline, so what you do first? You start finding a good shop according to your budget then you approach suppliers to supply you books, so how much you think you need to invest? I do not know the charges in US or Europe, but here in Dubai, the rent for a shop in a relatively good place is at least $30k to $40k per year, if you want a shop in a high class shopping mall the rent is minimum $250k per year. If you want to buy a shop that is another story and you need a lot of money.

Now imagine you opened your shop and after one month you think you do not make money as you thought so you simply ignore all those efforts and investment, you close your shop and start another business. Is this realistic?

Come on guys, consider your online business the same way, you can not jump from on idea to another just because the money you invest is very low or maybe nothing.

Just stick to one idea, focus and act. If you think you can make money through EBay, then stick to it, imagine it is your bookshop and you have invested a lot of money. We can not try and hold different money making models as the same time.

In my opinion Making money online is not only easy, but it is difficult and requires lots of effort, thought and persistence and time to spend. Forget gurus saying my system makes you money just push this button. Forget how I made $xxxx in one week headlines.

Although sometimes making a real online business requires a relatively huge capital, but I wish making sites online was as expensive as offline business, then I think we did not have overload info disease.
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  • Profile picture of the author George Wright
    Well Put,

    However are you saying "both" statements are true or is this a Typo?

    You Said

    "In my opinion Making money online is not only easy, but it is difficult and requires lots of effort, thought and persistence and time to spend."
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    • Profile picture of the author bhzmr
      Thanks George.

      Maybe I should say it this way:

      "In my opinion Making money online not only is not easy, but it is difficult and requires lots of effort, thought and persistence and time to spend."

      Well English is not my native language

      Originally Posted by George Wright View Post

      Well Put,

      However are you saying "both" statements are true or is this a Typo?

      You Said

      "In my opinion Making money online is not only easy, but it is difficult and requires lots of effort, thought and persistence and time to spend."
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      • Profile picture of the author dmarzean
        I would have to agree with you 100%. It is soooo easy to jump from one plan to another online without noticing any real financial sacrifice.

        I went through this in the beginning due to the huge amount of information available. Another problem was when you buy a product from somebody and you are now on their "list", you are inundated with offers from them for other "guru" products. You think you may need this other bit of information to complete the training.

        The trick is to stay focused on a game plan. Follow it through to the end. If you WANT to succeed you will. Some would just rather continue enjoying failure.
        Doug
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        • Profile picture of the author Jordan Wee
          Thanks guys for discussing on this subject.

          I am relatively new to WF and online marketing. I am on the brink of giving up all this internet marketing thing and had felt that they are all a bunch of hype. I can't focus most of the time. I agree a lot with dmarzean because I tend to buy lots of plans and did not seriously work them out. I have one DVD full of downloads and my hard disk is now almost full again with all free and paid downloads.

          What really helps me in overcoming the problem is when I read Mr. Dennis Becker's 5BucksADay plan. That guide is invaluable!

          It is indeed hard to tame the monkey mind. I seriously need to Focus and take Action today.
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          • Profile picture of the author bhzmr
            If you think 5BucksADay is a good plan then stick to it and for get download in your DVD, instead try to develop and extend 5BucksADay plan.

            Good Luck.

            Originally Posted by Jordan Wee View Post

            Thanks guys for discussing on this subject.

            I am relatively new to WF and online marketing. I am on the brink of giving up all this internet marketing thing and had felt that they are all a bunch of hype. I can't focus most of the time. I agree a lot with dmarzean because I tend to buy lots of plans and did not seriously work them out. I have one DVD full of downloads and my hard disk is now almost full again with all free and paid downloads.

            What really helps me in overcoming the problem is when I read Mr. Dennis Becker's 5BucksADay plan. That guide is invaluable!

            It is indeed hard to tame the monkey mind. I seriously need to Focus and take Action today.
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        • Profile picture of the author bhzmr
          Doug,

          The biggest problem with staying in guru's list is that you will get distracted from being focused, because 90% of the time, they send you only offers not valuable information, so my suggestion is to be selective and opt out from most of the lists and stay with those who give you information.

          Lee McIntyre is one of those people who provide valuable information for free, he is a nice guy.

          You are completely right. Thanks for your input.
          Behzad

          Originally Posted by dmarzean View Post

          I would have to agree with you 100%. It is soooo easy to jump from one plan to another online without noticing any real financial sacrifice.

          I went through this in the beginning due to the huge amount of information available. Another problem was when you buy a product from somebody and you are now on their "list", you are inundated with offers from them for other "guru" products. You think you may need this other bit of information to complete the training.

          The trick is to stay focused on a game plan. Follow it through to the end. If you WANT to succeed you will. Some would just rather continue enjoying failure.
          Doug
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  • Profile picture of the author TLTheLiberator
    I agree that people should understand each part of their sales process and focus on getting it right - whether is be for a product they own or if it's an affiliate product they're promoting.

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  • Profile picture of the author eniven
    Perhaps I'm being nitpicky, but I really think persistence is a better word to use than focus. Anyway, there is certainly a lot to be said for persistence.
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    • Profile picture of the author bhzmr
      Maybe you are right, but you can be persistent in downloading other people information and keep reading new how to make money books everyday.

      I think this two are good with each other, first you need to focus on one plan then stay persistence on that plan.

      Originally Posted by eniven View Post

      Perhaps I'm being nitpicky, but I really think persistence is a better word to use than focus. Anyway, there is certainly a lot to be said for persistence.
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  • Profile picture of the author WinsonYeung
    Yes, be focus in what you are doing
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    Yes, Focus and Steady, after a copuple of days or a month you will get your goal..
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    • Profile picture of the author DeniseLorraine
      I always told my sons that difficult is not the same as impossible.

      When starting an internet business, the first thing is to take the first step and that is GET STARTED. Then you can start applying focus, persistence, etc..

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  • Profile picture of the author Roy Carter
    This is the single biggest problem for newcomers. Jumping from one product or program to the next without taking ACTION on any of them and seing them through to the end.

    Find no more than 2 or 3 people that you want to follow and learn from then go into your email account and hit the delete button for anything that doesn't come from them.

    People waste literally hours a day reading their emails, which then leads them to read a sales letter etc and before they know it another day is gone without them having taken ACTION on anything to move their own efforts forward.

    Hit those email delete buttons guys, and get on with creating you own income instead of reading how much the 'Gurus' are making.

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    • Profile picture of the author bhzmr
      you said very well. Roy

      Thank you

      Originally Posted by Roy Carter View Post

      This is the single biggest problem for newcomers. Jumping from one product or program to the next without taking ACTION on any of them and seing them through to the end.

      Find no more than 2 or 3 people that you want to follow and learn from then go into your email account and hit the delete button for anything that doesn't come from them.

      People waste literally hours a day reading their emails, which then leads them to read a sales letter etc and before they know it another day is gone without them having taken ACTION on anything to move their own efforts forward.

      Hit those email delete buttons guys, and get on with creating you own income instead of reading how much the 'Gurus' are making.

      Roy
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      • Profile picture of the author Jordan Wee
        I love this thread and thank you all again. I am now reading Zen Habits Handbook for Life. Hundreds of tips for simplicity, happiness and productivity. 76 pages!

        Now, my question, is it wise to stop subscribing as Roy advises? I have...wait let me count those folders in my Ymail account ...okay 104 folders with all the top gurus name on them. Oh..I have Gmail account and it too having dozens of labels in there too. I am beginning to understand now the why.
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        • Profile picture of the author Roy Carter
          Originally Posted by Jordan Wee View Post

          I love this thread and thank you all again. I am now reading Zen Habits Handbook for Life. Hundreds of tips for simplicity, happiness and productivity. 76 pages!

          Now, my question, is it wise to stop subscribing as Roy advises? I have...wait let me count those folders in my Ymail account ...okay 104 folders with all the top gurus name on them. Oh..I have Gmail account and it too having dozens of labels in there too. I am beginning to understand now the why.
          Hi Jordan,

          There it is, right there in your post. That's what every newcomer does. It's the biggest single stealer of your time. Time that you can never get back.

          Listen, when I implemented what I suggested in my previous post, i.e. hitting the delete button in my email account, wonderful things started to happen for me. I had no emails to read!

          At first, it was like, "heck! I've got no emails to read. Better actually use the time to DO something then".

          This time that I won back allowed me to create products and projects that were making me money. Each one built on the next and so on.

          And because I was now focussed and taking action, those wonderful things I mentioned started to happen for me...

          I was invited as a guest to the World Internet Summit in Sydney, by Brett McFall and I was invited up on stage to talk about my success.

          I have since spoken on stage at an event with Matt Bacak, Adam Ginsberg, Sean Roach etc

          I have done Joint Ventures with some top name marketers etc.

          All because I stopped reading emails and started to take ACTION instead.

          Hit those email delete buttons guys!

          Roy
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          • Profile picture of the author Jordan Wee
            Originally Posted by Roy Carter View Post

            Hi Jordan,

            There it is, right there in your post. That's what every newcomer does. It's the biggest single stealer of your time. Time that you can never get back.

            Listen, when I implemented what I suggested in my previous post, i.e. hitting the delete button in my email account, wonderful things started to happen for me. I had no emails to read!

            At first, it was like, "heck! I've got no emails to read. Better actually use the time to DO something then".

            This time that I won back allowed me to create products and projects that were making me money. Each one built on the next and so on.

            And because I was now focussed and taking action, those wonderful things I mentioned started to happen for me...

            I was invited as a guest to the World Internet Summit in Sydney, by Brett McFall and I was invited up on stage to talk about my success.

            I have since spoken on stage at an event with Matt Bacak, Adam Ginsberg, Sean Roach etc

            I have done Joint Ventures with some top name marketers etc.

            All because I stopped reading emails and started to take ACTION instead.

            Hit those email delete buttons guys!

            Roy
            Thank you for your advice, Sir!! I will do it now.
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  • Profile picture of the author SlickSki
    Thanks for this thread. I'm also having this problem of focus at the moment. I work together with two other people one who's been in the IM business for 4 years and the other for 2. However in our new business we're all supposed to be equal but dividing up jobs when others know so much more than me is difficult. Focusing on one thing at a time and doing it well has helped us slow down and realise we don't have to do everything at once and to stop panicking!
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    • Profile picture of the author Jenni Mac
      This is top to bottom some superb advice! If I could go back and start again FOCUS is one of the things that would be my morning, afternoon and evening mantra.

      As it is, even though I know how important it is to have a plan and focus on it come what may, I still find myself swayed occassionally by all that glitters!

      Thanks for the reminder bhzmr!
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      • Profile picture of the author bhzmr
        You are welcome Jenni.

        It is really my pleasure if I can help even one person here with this thread.

        My suggestion to all is to treat their internet marketing business as a real business like what you do if you had an offline business. You do not sit in your store and keep reading books, instead you need to manage your store and employees and customers.

        Just stop reading other people emails, you have a lot of important things to do to manage your business.

        In economy there is a theory called "opportunity cost" which in simple words means if you take one opportunity then at the same time you are loosing another opportunity, for example, if this evening at 5:00 PM you go to cinema, then you miss the other opportunity which is being with your family at home.

        So, do not think if you opt out of so called guru's mailing list you may loose another money making opportunity or technic, because instead you have the opportunity to take action and make your plan a reality.

        Do not be afraid and remove yourself from all mailing lists and FOCUS on your plan.


        Originally Posted by Jenni Mac View Post

        This is top to bottom some superb advice! If I could go back and start again FOCUS is one of the things that would be my morning, afternoon and evening mantra.

        As it is, even though I know how important it is to have a plan and focus on it come what may, I still find myself swayed occassionally by all that glitters!

        Thanks for the reminder bhzmr!
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        • Profile picture of the author LilBlackDress
          Good points. I am getting all these emails from different gurus and they are all really great. I need to pick just a couple to read and then focus on over aspects.
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  • Profile picture of the author davidorich
    thanks a lot. i really needed the advice... the mails have been overwhelming. i guess i'll just remove myself form their lists.thanks once again.
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    • Profile picture of the author Hesaidblissfully
      Like gets said endlessly around here, you have to treat your online business like a BUSINESS, and not like a "moneymaking opportunity".

      Also, learn about business and marketing in general.
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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Lee
    Some great posts and I would agree for sure that its very easy to jump from one money making plan to another without noticing any downfall in your finances. I think that the best method is to stay focused on one set plan and follow through to the end. If you truly have a desire to succeed and profit, you will!
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  • Profile picture of the author hjalte81
    Thanks man.. Just replied to another thread where I'was saying exactly that.. Just in fewer words

    You are very right.
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  • Profile picture of the author daisuke75248
    its because we're fed lies that you can easily make money online but actually it can take 6 months to 2.5 yrs before you make substantial money
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  • Profile picture of the author 11Levels
    This is a great thread. It just sorta snaps you out of your comfort zone... one thing though, don't get back in it!!

    As Roy mentioned, there is a delete button in the emails we receive. But since a lot of people don't like getting out of their comfort zone and taking that step forward, reading those emails is one way of fooling yourself into believing that you are indeed doing something... you are reading about success! Well, reading about success is kinda like looking at ice cream. No one wants to just look at ice cream, eating it is so much better! Instead of reading about other people's successes, make it happen for yourself!
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    • Profile picture of the author Roseaff
      This is a fairly old thread but the content herein is ageless wisdom in the IM world. Thanks to the OP and all the contributors.Greatly helped me and yes indeed Roy, i have hit quite a few unsubscribe buttons and the de-cluttering effect is such a relief
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      • Profile picture of the author Roy Carter
        Originally Posted by Roseaff View Post

        This is a fairly old thread but the content herein is ageless wisdom in the IM world. Thanks to the OP and all the contributors.Greatly helped me and yes indeed Roy, i have hit quite a few unsubscribe buttons and the de-cluttering effect is such a relief
        Roseaff - Glad to hear you've hit the unsubscribe buttons and cleared your email inbox.

        Yes this thread is old now, but for those who still find it, it will bring some clarity and it DOES work (focussing instead of reading emails all day).

        Put it this way, since this thread started I have spoken at events like the World Internet Summit several times around the world (and in fact, am speaking at WIS London again next week). THAT is the power of what FOCUS can do for you if you let it!

        regards
        Roy
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  • Profile picture of the author Courtney Keene
    Great post! It's a very simple, common sense concept and yet so many people overlook it.

    In many ways when you start looking into making money online you're faced with information overload. All of these different methods are slamming you in the face from every direction, and they all have the potential to make you money.

    What worked for me was to educate myself on as many different methods as possible - all with free information, case studies, and valuable insight provided here on the WF - and scratch out the methods that didn't interest me or that weren't a good fit. Then I did even more research and singled in on one method to focus my efforts on fully and completely until I understood it inside and out.

    Someone on this very forum once posted that the best thing newbie marketers can do is to choose one method and devote time to mastering it before even considering expansion.
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  • Profile picture of the author uebomoyi
    Thanks for sharing this post. It's the truth. I use to have the shiny object syndrome and wasted so much time on all of that garbage/rehashed info. Not to mention all of the push button softwares which do absolutely nothing. Thank God for Clickbank's refund policy. But yeah focus is definitely the number one step people need to take in order to get on the fast track to making money online. Sometimes I think it'd be best if people in the make money online niche started focusing on marketing in other niches since it's hard to make money in the IM niche, unless you know what you are doing.
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  • Profile picture of the author murtuza
    Less is more when it comes to internet.

    What I mean is that you've to learn how to focus.

    If you go about reading all the systems that dozens
    of so called gurus present you online you will get
    confused and frustrated because everyone will have a
    different strategy to follow.

    What you need to do is pick up one system from one
    person whom you trust and get started. Focus all your
    energy, efforts, time and m*oney to learn and master
    that one system.

    That system can be either affiliate marketing, information
    marketing, auctions, creating your own products or google
    adsense.

    All you need to do is pick up one and take it till the
    end. You will be less confused, more confident and your
    success will be super fast.

    Imagine what would happen in an offline world where
    you would decide to open a garments store then after
    a few days shut it down and then again decide to open
    a watch shop and again after few days shut it down and
    decide to open a fast food restaurant.

    You would be highly confused, waste time and mess up
    everything.

    Similarly in an online world if you are deciding to
    go with one system it is important you stick with it
    till the end and turn a deaf hear to everything else
    till you make that thing work.

    I use a simple system that works for me. I personally
    focus on building my list of subscribers through
    squeeze pages.

    Then I build a relationship with them by sharing quality
    information.

    Then I promote them my products and services that adds
    value to what they are doing and helps them solve their
    problems easily.

    Finally I focus in driving traffic to my squeeze pages
    and my system works smoothly.

    Create your own system that works for you and keep
    repeating it on consistent basis to churn out more and more
    profits...
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  • Profile picture of the author BabyMama
    Totally agree with your statement and don't think it is too bold.

    FOCUS is needed! Once you get that then everything else will just slip into place
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  • Profile picture of the author jimmynastic
    this is the whole truth, i have three websites, and many many accounts in different money making sites but its very stressing and at long last not paying. Currently i have resolved to steaking to sites only and started on the quotes site.
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  • Profile picture of the author shuvo
    I agree with you and want to thank you for explaining it in such a useful way.

    I also think focusing is the key to success.Playing with different games make you bore and finally you leave up everything.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary Huynh
    FOCUS imho is the #1 aspect of success in every endeavor. It's just too easy to give up when something doesn't seem to work. If we stick to things through thick and thin, we would find success eventually. How many people know that they need to focus but are still unable to? Too many. It's something that we must keep on top of every single day in order to achieve what we want in life.
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  • Profile picture of the author jonatan
    I totally agree with you, and that is way it is so important to stick with your original idea and follow through. The most common mistake that people do is jumping from niche/program to niche/program and, sadly never gets anything done...
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  • Profile picture of the author IMWinner
    Most people, especially those who are new to the IM business, would just decide to jump into the niche that they feel will bring instant money to their account. This was always the result that I have heard from my friends both offline and online, that they were informed and motivated by what they have been seeing on sites, blogs and social networking areas that a person was earning $1000 a week. There were just like, come on, we need to earn something like what the person was earning.
    What they failed to prepare was where to start, when to start and how to start. I truly believed in one of the statement from fellow warrior (although I couldn't remember the name) when he posted on his thread, "Internet Marketing Business is NOT for everyone". The outcome was real, people who have tried and attempted to jump into the niche thing, ended quitting and returned to their day time job.
    What was the problem? Too much excitement devours their thinking? I don't think so. Personally, people do not set their mind on what they want to learn first before jumping into the water. They lack focus since most of them are experiencing this so-called "information overload" and that they are doing many things, methods, and techniques at the same time. And the same results, they earned and attained nothing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Miranda
    Very true! Focus, I think, Is the #1 reason why newbies fail over and over again.
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  • Profile picture of the author grandstar
    What you have said is so super true.

    Focus on a model. Once you have succeeded in it, then you can move unto another,.

    Even before moving to another, try and ensure great success with it by scaling up before moving to another.

    Success will beckon
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  • Profile picture of the author darrensreviews
    Hi Warriors,

    I am new to Wf and have started doing online marketing about 3 months ago. Since my pursuit I have purchased a few programs and dowloaded a few free ones as well. I must say most of the programs I bought was a waste of time and money, but I did learn quite a bit from trial and error. I am happy I found WF. So far I am finding the best information to help me build my online businesses. I certainly agree with Roy Carter in his comment. Get off the list of anyone not providing you valuable information and choose 2-3 people so you can duplicate their methods. Stay consistent and you will see success
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  • Profile picture of the author ColinChia
    It all comes down to how bad you want it?

    If you really want to 'Make Money Online' or be successful with anything you want in life?

    This really boils down to your drive and motivation - question "How Much Do You Want It?".

    ...are you willing to spend 18 hours in front of the computer everyday, go 3 days without sleep to have everything picture perfect for a launch, say "NO" to a social life and time with your family / friends, because that's how BAD you want it?

    Well, dreams comes with sacrifices - because if it was EASY then we'd all be living on cloud 9.

    Hope this helps,

    Colin

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