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Should You Just Quit?

Published on 4/10/2017
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I'm curious:

How are you coming along with your video markrting goals?

Have you seen some progress, or did you stall out?

It happens. You begin with the best of intentions. Then your motivation fades. I see it all the time.

So take these words to heart:"Don't Stop Believing!"

Just like that old Journey song... you gotta hold on.

You probably began with a firm vision in mind of what you wanted to see out of your marketing experience... then:

• Life gets in the way. (Over-busy at work. Relationship issues. Problems with kids. Illness – yours or a loved one's.)

• You don't seem to be getting results quickly enough.

• You hit a spot in my program that didn't work for you, so you stopped.

Let's talk about each of these issues. Maybe one of them is relevant to your experience.

1. Life gets in the way.
If this is a legitimate issue (and it often isn't!) then simply get back on the video marketing horse once the storm or challenge has passed. No harm, no foul. Just make sure that you start including "you time" on your calendar so it becomes a natural, unquestioned part of your week.

2. "I'm not getting the results I thought I'd be getting."
This one is tricky. I've had video marketers get sudden and powerful results — like seeing more sales and revenue from their video marketing—or cool milestones like finally experiencing “auto-pilot” sales 2 to 4 weeks after they'd stopped using my video content  system. (You can bet they decided to "brush up" on my material after that!)

You see, Content Samurai to work on multiple levels, especially mentally. The patterns and practices I cover get "encoded" (so to say) in your mind, and often, the results flow over time.

Everyone moves through Content Samurai at a different pace. Don't compare where you think you should be to where you actually are. That's a recipe that will kill your enthusiasm for attaining your goal.

Additionally, some of the most powerful transformation others experience often comes later.

Let me put it this way: you may be a foot away from striking gold.

Many people stop digging too soon. The key is to keep going. In fact, seeing your business and bank account grow from the use of persuasive videos might come right when you least expect it.

Continue with the program and give yourself the gift of faith.

3. "This one part of the program didn't work for me so I stopped."
I intentionally put a lot of variation and room for personalization within Content Samurai because I saw the limitations of one-trick methods. For instance, a few of the techniques won't work for some customers, while those same techniques are the "secret sauce" for others.

So when creating Content Samurai, they included a wide variety of approaches because they knew that at least one of them would be the "ticket home" for you. they just didn't know which one... ;-) So if something doesn't work for you, don't use it as an excuse to stop. Rather, keep moving forward.

Let me share one more reason you've put video marketing aside: you think you need a big list to make a nice income online.

I can't tell you how many times I almost gave up trying to build my online empire for the same reason. However, when I finally conquered my fear of needing a massive list, I thanked myself for pressing on. And I'm encouraging you to do the same.

So many of my top success stories see their sales and income dramatically increase after recommitting to the path.

So this is your time. Your call. Your reminder.

Remember: we're not looking for video marketing perfection. Perfection is a standard that is guaranteed to let you down.

We're looking for progress, and eventually, consistency with your video marketing.

Now's the time to recommit. It's time to automate your online marketing using the power of video. To refocus on connecting to more hunger buyers and to costumers who need a helping hand

I want that for you, my friend.

So get back in there!

Steve and Vicky

P.S. Please forward this email to a friend who may be struggling with their own video marketing goals.

And if you think Content Samurai could help them as well, please pass along that suggestion.

It’s a win-win, as I find that having an accountability partner makes all the difference when it comes to video marketing success.

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