I failed myself for several years before I finally strapped myself into the rocketship, put the rubber to the road, and took massive action in the best direction I knew possible. My best week so far online was about $11,500 and I've been chasing that taste ever since.
I've had multiple 5 figure months and have been able to consistently make 4 figures a week without too much problem. A big part of it is mindset, focus and taking things serious.
But... this isn't about me or my success. In fact, my success is something I rarely talk about as it leaves a bad taste in the mouth of the people who I'm sharing it with. I've noticed that even friends and family don't really want to hear about it and they take more pleasure in the fall than the climb.
This is an up and down game, for some reason people always want to reassure themselves that what you're doing isn't sustainable, it's not real.
Anyway... Here comes the freight train. Lately I've been going full force ahead with everything I do. Throw everything at the wall and see what sticks. But, keep throwing, never stop throwing and trim the fat later.
This differs from my usual, more careful approach, where I will split test every little detail and carefully monitor my spending to avoid over spending on testing.
Is it working? I don't know I haven't reached the tipping point. I'm losing money on a lot of things but I feel like I have the money to lose and the payoff will be greater.
This type of attitude is carrying through in everything I do. My emails to my list, even in this post. If people follow, great, if not jump off the ride. So I'm calling this concept freight train marketing. It feels like the second biggest mindset shift since I first made it and I'm hoping I'm on another cusp.
What are your thoughts? Should I stop and re-access or keep moving full force?
I'm wondering if anyone else has felt these ups and downs and finally said "eff it I'm taking over". If not, what did you do to see the success again?