For those Guys Struggling and not making much

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Hi Everyone
Just Thought I would try and help some of those not making much or nothing at all.

The biggest problem I find with people is they don’t follow thru.
You need to get one method that you want to try, and Id suggest a week studying this.

Set aside time for the method away from anything… Don’t have Jerry Spring on with Some Daughter cheating with her Mothers Boyfriend etc.
Don’t have your friends over talking and bs’in in the backroom.
Just the method you’re studying. It doesn’t matter the method they all make money if done right and it doesn’t matter if its.

1. Adsense
2. PPC
3. Amazon
Are 100’s of other things you can try. Once you set out to actually start go full bore and finish it. Don’t get bored half way thru it are you will never make it. That’s where alot of the people I meet are having issues.
If you keep at it and make your first buck you will have a really good attitude.
And it will drive you todo more and more.

And when you make that first buck or 1000 bucks don’t go on a shopping spree.
Reinvest and stream line whatever it is that you’re doing.

Rem the way to make alot is finding something that works and build it up by 100.
If it makes 10 bucks it will make 1000 or 10.000 if you apply it in a bigger manner.

I will ad more to this in a bit hope it helps some of you that have problems making money online and if you need help and I have the time feel free to pm me with your questions .

Steve – Ga RedNeck
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  • Profile picture of the author HawkPrecision
    I agree. My biggest problem for about a year, was jumping around and not doing anything. Not knowing what I wanted.

    I've lasered in on what I want, and now all it's going to take time and work to get where I want.
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    • Profile picture of the author AskScottOBrien
      Originally Posted by HawkPrecision View Post

      I agree. My biggest problem for about a year, was jumping around and not doing anything. Not knowing what I wanted.

      I've lasered in on what I want, and now all it's going to take time and work to get where I want.
      I had the same problem when I started out. I was jumping around and buying all kinds of "STUFF" to help me become successful. I would buy it and download it to my hard drive and get so busy that I forgot to go read it and end up finding months later if I was lucky. I'm even guilty of buying the same thing twice. YIKES.

      I fixed it by being focussed as well. I stopped jumping around and buying "STUFF". I knew what I had to do, but I never made time to do those things cause I was too busy doing non-income producing activities.

      Thanks... this is a great thread!
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  • Profile picture of the author stopper
    It may be difficult to stick to one thing but am sure it will pay off
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  • Profile picture of the author hgy
    well.... sometimes you need to know when to give up, IM is not for everybody, and after a while you might wanna try some other things.
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  • Profile picture of the author AnneE
    I also agree. Two statements that resonated with me that a mentor said:

    1) Good enough IS good enough.
    2) You already know enough to achieve your goals. Act on what you know.
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  • Profile picture of the author ktmakwana
    Originally Posted by Ga RedNeck View Post

    Hi Everyone
    Just Thought I would try and help some of those not making much or nothing at all.

    The biggest problem I find with people is they don’t follow thru.
    You need to get one method that you want to try, and Id suggest a week studying this.

    Set aside time for the method away from anything… Don’t have Jerry Spring on with Some Daughter cheating with her Mothers Boyfriend etc.
    Don’t have your friends over talking and bs’in in the backroom.
    Just the method you’re studying. It doesn’t matter the method they all make money if done right and it doesn’t matter if its.

    1. Adsense
    2. PPC
    3. Amazon
    Are 100’s of other things you can try. Once you set out to actually start go full bore and finish it. Don’t get bored half way thru it are you will never make it. That’s where alot of the people I meet are having issues.
    If you keep at it and make your first buck you will have a really good attitude.
    And it will drive you todo more and more.

    And when you make that first buck or 1000 bucks don’t go on a shopping spree.
    Reinvest and stream line whatever it is that you’re doing.

    Rem the way to make alot is finding something that works and build it up by 100.
    If it makes 10 bucks it will make 1000 or 10.000 if you apply it in a bigger manner.

    I will ad more to this in a bit hope it helps some of you that have problems making money online and if you need help and I have the time feel free to pm me with your questions .

    Steve – Ga RedNeck
    Hi Steve,

    Sound advice.

    In IM it is so easy to get distracted and chase the next big shiny object and not concentrate on one or perfect a strategy that is begining to get some results.

    The other thing is it is so easy to spend several hours on the forum but actually get nothing productive done. I am sure all of us are guilty of this one from time to time.

    Kamlesh
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  • Profile picture of the author Celeste Green
    The info overload in the IM sphere can also be a real distraction too. Besides not sticking with a method at first I also had to overcome fear - fear that I'd succeed. I've always been entrepreneurial-minded with a mix of success & failure. The failures can carry a lot of weight if you let them so I work hard to have a positive mindset & learn from my failures rather than give in to them and quit.
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    • Profile picture of the author browie
      How about spending too much time on the Warrior Forum

      Quite a few are guilty of that too.
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  • Profile picture of the author jackwebson
    The thing is don't give up. You would rather regret on the things you could have done than the things you already done.
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  • Profile picture of the author BridgetSielicki
    Focus is so important in IM. Focus on one thing and one thing only, do it until its done, and then allow yourself to move on.
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  • Profile picture of the author vick2011
    I struggle with IM. I try so hard with Clickbank, but I will not give up! I have had good exp with Fiverr though. Made approx $400 but I hate the 14 day clearance!
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  • Profile picture of the author electroglyder
    Too many promises, Too little time.The problem is being gullible ,and being taken advantage of. Common sense tells you the deal looks to good to be true, trust tells you that your fellow Warriors wont take advantage of you. Reality shows you that you are just another fish that gets hooked.So work real hard and eventually you go broke,or succeed.
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  • Profile picture of the author elitewms
    Good advice! As soon as you make money the best option is to reinvest your money. Also focus on improving your method and double your efforts.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jacko
      Originally Posted by browie View Post

      How about spending too much time on the Warrior Forum

      Quite a few are guilty of that too.
      Yes, this is related to focus.
      Really important to know how to spend one's time the best way.
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  • Profile picture of the author Expert212
    I must say, it's really effective advice yet hard nut to crack is to stay focused.

    There are thousands of soft diversions come to your way which can keep you miles away from the target once you put your eye off your target.
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    • Profile picture of the author aniketsrivastava
      we always regret what we dont do rather what we do.....
      daily action is very important in IM...
      i struggle doing so because there are so many distractions ...fb,CS
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  • Profile picture of the author aldentan
    Thanks for the advice...
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    • Profile picture of the author abundantlife
      Around here, where I live, it seems like when we see state workers or utility workers or city workers there are always some standing around and some working. Don't know why that is but figured it must be that some are watchers and some are workers.

      The other day we were watching two guys working, one would dig a hole and a few minutes later the other guy would fill it up. Then they would move over, say twenty feet, and do the same thing all over again. Well, we were just too curious not to go ask them what they were doing. The first guy, the digger, says," We're building a fence. The guy who is supposed to put the post in the ground couldn't make and told us to go on without him, so that's what we're doing".

      We walked away muttering to ourselves, "If you don't know why you are doing what you're doing it's probably better not to do it".

      Sometimes we get into internet marketing because something about it excited us. But once we get into it we find that it's not a good fit. If we don't have a very good reason to be doing it the possibility of success is slim to none. I don't know of anyone who just lucked into success working online. I'm sure it may have happened but odds are certainly against it. Evidence mounts as more people share-it takes work and determination to eventually earn a sustained income in any business. IM is no different. If you are struggling and not making much maybe it's time to re-evaluate what you are doing. Have you been jumping around, like I did, looking for an easier way? Have you been changing from one company to another in search of the perfect business?

      I'm finding forums to be a storehouse of knowledge and wisdom, suggestions and encouragement for any who are willing to be coached and taught. Warrior Forum is a great example and there are many others. So take advantage of what is available here and you will be rewarded and enriched by your experience.
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      • Profile picture of the author MTVida
        Originally Posted by abundantlife View Post

        The other day we were watching two guys working, one would dig a hole and a few minutes later the other guy would fill it up. Then they would move over, say twenty feet, and do the same thing all over again. Well, we were just too curious not to go ask them what they were doing. The first guy, the digger, says," We're building a fence. The guy who is supposed to put the post in the ground couldn't make and told us to go on without him, so that's what we're doing".

        We walked away muttering to ourselves, "If you don't know why you are doing what you're doing it's probably better not to do it".
        Ha ha! What a great anecdote!

        I do find that when I'm learning IM, it's much better if I know WHY I'm going through a process... Otherwise I'm just submitting my name and email, building sites, and writing articles for hours. It doesn't accomplish much if it doesn't ultimately serve a purpose, and worse, I don't learn much from it if I don't understand the 'why.'
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