Shiny Object Syndrome has become the scourge of Internet Marketers over the past years. Where people often hide in shame and scared to admit they've become victims of it. Others who escaped it's clutches act as though it never happened to them and aggressively shred others (with delight) foolish enough to fall for it.
I agree, Shiny Object Syndrome can delay, distract and sometimes discourage those on the road to success. But sometimes it could work to your advantage if it's in controlled moderation (my opinion).
For example, when someone first gets into internet marketing it's much like getting into the dating world. They're looking for a marriage partner (business, product or service ). How many of you married the first person you went out with, dated or had sex with? That's often what newbies face when they first enter online marketing.
What many people call shiny object syndrome is often mistaken for dating or exploring their options. I'm beginning to think in a lot of cases, it's just a part of the learning process. But I could be wrong.
What's your thoughts.
Where would you draw the line between shiny object syndrome and a person just exploring their options? Or do you?
Agree or disagree, thanks for contributing to the conversation. I think there's something new here to learn from others thoughts, opinions and even disagreements.