Internet Marketing - The Multi Level Complex Tier 10 Challenges

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I created this concept called Multi Level Challenges. This concept basically explains how there are some things (INTERNET MARKETING) that have one outcome (TO MAKE MONEY) but require mastery over a ton of little sub level components.

This is internet marketing exactly. Most people try to sell the quick fix thing, which.. well, nothing is a quick fix when you get serious about an internet business.

Point is, YES, you'll have multi level complex challenges, and you'll have them consistently.

BUT! That's what separates all of you rockstars from the people who have decided to settle for their desk jobs.

ROCK!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
    I wouldn't say you need “mastery” over the different aspects of internet marketing. Just competency.

    However, that's something you can aim for as you go along.
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    • Profile picture of the author rcritchett
      Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

      I wouldn't say you need "mastery" over the different aspects of internet marketing. Just competency.

      However, that's something you can aim for as you go along.
      Either would I Thanks for commenting.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
        Originally Posted by rcritchett View Post

        Either would.
        (Haha) True.

        When I think of “mastery” I remember what I learned from Eben Pagan. (That it takes several years to reach “mastery.”) When you apply this to internet marketing it could be something of a limitation. As I remember Gary Halbert saying:

        “You don't have to get it perfect, you just have to get it going.” Then you can apply the rule of constant improvement.

        Of course you could have just been using an expression in which case I pull my foot from out my mouth.

        ;-)
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        • Profile picture of the author rcritchett
          Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

          (Haha) True.

          When I think of "mastery" I remember what I learned from Eben Pagan. (That it takes several years to reach "mastery.") When you apply this to internet marketing it could be something of a limitation. As I remember Gary Halbert saying:

          "You don't have to get it perfect, you just have to get it going." Then you can apply the rule of constant improvement.

          Of course you could have just been using an expression in which case I pull my foot from out my mouth.

          ;-)

          AH Yes.. Mr Pagan! I've heard him say that as well.

          Yea.. there are so many possible meanings to people's sentences. It's cool, I know what you're saying for sure and I'm totally aligned with it.

          Thanks for commenting man!
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  • Profile picture of the author BJ Broen
    The 'cheap' & 'easy' fixes don't work anyway. Also part of the joys of any business are the challenges of the journey.

    If it is to easy we don't appreciate it when we get it.
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    • Profile picture of the author rcritchett
      Originally Posted by BJ Broen View Post

      The 'cheap' & 'easy' fixes don't work anyway. Also part of the joys of any business are the challenges of the journey.

      If it is to easy we don't appreciate it when we get it.
      I agree! Thanks for commenting.
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    thnx ......
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  • Profile picture of the author grannywriteswell
    Hi Ryan,

    I totally agree with what you are saying - the world of any business is complex and too many people do go into IM looking for a short, quick method of making money - but to do it right, consistently takes time, effort and a lot of skills.

    And Jonathan I live by your comments - you don't need things to be perfect to get them started - my IM business is full of tweaks and changes and as the market itself isn't static then any successful IM business has to do these things. So I agree - get things out there, get started and then build on the concept of "mastery" from there.

    Have an awesome day
    Ellen
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    • Profile picture of the author rcritchett
      Originally Posted by grannywriteswell View Post

      Hi Ryan,

      I totally agree with what you are saying - the world of any business is complex and too many people do go into IM looking for a short, quick method of making money - but to do it right, consistently takes time, effort and a lot of skills.

      And Jonathan I live by your comments - you don't need things to be perfect to get them started - my IM business is full of tweaks and changes and as the market itself isn't static then any successful IM business has to do these things. So I agree - get things out there, get started and then build on the concept of "mastery" from there.

      Have an awesome day
      Ellen
      Hey Ellen,

      Awesome reply! Good to hear people agreeing.

      And I'm totally for dashing into things and calibrating along the way.. it's the only way!!

      Thanks again for replying and YOU have a wonderful day.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
      Originally Posted by grannywriteswell View Post

      And Jonathan I live by your comments - you don't need things to be perfect to get them started - my IM business is full of tweaks and changes and as the market itself isn't static then any successful IM business has to do these things. So I agree - get things out there, get started and then build on the concept of "mastery" from there.
      Hey Ellen.

      Thanks for the comment :-) That's the best approach I've found so far.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brian Kerr
    I feel like multi tier challenges is a sophisticated way to just say something very simple.
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