I've written several points that I've experienced in my 10-year journey until now.
That advice is "Focus"
You really, really need to be focused on your goal.
What is your goal?
Write down your goal. And your goal should not be "I wanna be a millionaire" or that type of vague goal.
Set clear goals, clear intentions of what you want to achieve and WHY you want to achieve it.
And you need to set a clear date. Not "tomorrow", not "in a week"... But a clear goal with a date. The more specific you are with this, the more results you may have.
Hard work is the key!
I always see this, with all the launches, and I feel sorry for the people who fall for the BS that is being launched "get huge results with very little work".
All results come from hard work.
The more you work, the better results you'll get. Sorry but all the BS software you see being promoted that promise you'll be a millionaire in 9 minutes, will only let you down (or ANY bright shiny product you'll see being promoted with BIG promises and very little effort will only let you down).
Write your goals in present tense
The "why" is more important than "how".
If your "why" is strong enough, your "how" will resolve itself.
Imagine someone you love, would seriously get hurt if you could not help them in 365 days from now, using your marketing efforts. Would that put things into perspective?
It's all about how you can motivate yourself so that you get s**t done. Fast.
What does that mean?
It usually means you need to fail fast -- at first!
Imagine this: You are _thinking_ of trying this new strategy, and you just think all the scenarios how it would work... But you never really work on it... You never really try it... Then comes a situation and you NEED to make something work... You try to make it work... And it does not. You fail. You used 4 weeks of thinking about doing it... But 4 hours later ON TOP of the 4 weeks, you realize you should have tried earlier.
You need to find out as fast as you can, whether if your strategy works or not...
So... Fail fast!
Perfection will kill your business
Never try to be perfect. Just get things to a "good enough" level, and release it.
Don't ponder too much, just take action and release it. You have plenty of time to tweak and test later if you want to.
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Ok, let's summarize:
-- Focus on ONE goal and one goal only!
-- Work hard, no bs software will get you results. Only you will!
-- Set written goals with clear outcomes and dates!
-- Fail fast, try something else until it works!
-- Perfection will kill your business!