Newbies want to know every detail about a wso before buying, followed by continously doubting every action step they take when implementing the method or strategy they eagerly bought.
Advanced warriors are sceptic and want to know every detail about a program or product before diving in, because they feel they have the experience and knowledge to doubt the program or product beforehand.
Product creators, advertisers, (copy)writers, seo experts, etc. fuzz about every single step they take, every decision they make, every word they write....
And it sucks!
It's time consuming and creates an opportunity for self doubt.
Now, being sceptic can be a good thing.
In fact, it's an internal warning signal to keep you on track and achieve your previously set goals.
However, don't get scared...or...cocky.
Stop fuzzing about every detail and just get it done.
There is no perfection.
All there is...is common sense, a good set of brains and the ability to make decisions.
Know your audience.
Make the sale.
Listen, 95 % of your success rate depends on your research.
No matter what kind of market you're in.
If you've done your research, you KNOW how to move forward and reach the goal you set out for yourself.
If you don't ...Do more research.
See a product you think can help you get closer to your goals easier and faster?
Go for it!
Ask yourself this:
1.Does this program/service help me get closer to what I want to achieve easier and faster?
2.Will this program or service help me get a deeper connection with my target audience?
3. Will this product/service benefit my ideal audience?
4. Do I need this product/service..or... do I want this?
5. Will this product/service help me focus or will it distract me from my goals?
Perfection assumes that you are smarter than your audience because you know the ‘right way’ and the ‘rules.
this attitude leaves no room for your audience to be involved in your process.
Not only that...
It kills the person behind the product and service....
And you need YOU...
To be creative.
To be spontaneous.
To find the right hook, angle, word, headline, service, product to best help your audience/customers.
To stand out from the competition....
If you insist on being "perfect", I suggest using the phrase... "practice makes perfect".
Find your niche. Know your audience. Connect with them. Help them.
Made a wrong move?
Do more research and don't let it happen again. Lesson learned. Move on.
In other words.....
Stop killing your productivity by fuzzing around and start focussing on what you already know.
It's time to unleash your awesome creativeness and just... do it!