My first question is do you think that's accurate? It sounds a bit extreme at first glance, but then I crunched the numbers.
First of all, let's define what determines failing.
Well since the "dream" if you like for most people here is to become a full time internet marketer, lets set that as the cut-off line between failing and succeeding.
Let's say 97% of people who start internet marketing, don't end up doing it full time.
Ok, so the numbers...Let's say there are 5,000 people on the Warrior Forum at any given time (on average).
If only 3% of them are not failing at internet marketing, that would mean that at any given time there 150 people online who are making a full time living online I.e probably at least $50,000 a year.
So what do you think now? Does that 97% stat sound right?
My second question is, if this is the case, then why is that?
My opinion is that it comes down to two things.
1) Lack of focus
Jumping around from one method to another looking for a magic bullet.
2) Lack of perseverance
Giving up because it's too hard, instead of trying to first make $5 a day for a month, then $10 a day for a month, then $50 a day etc.
I know from personal experience, once I got past those 2 barriers, I started really seeing some results online!