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4 Motivational tips to get you Internet Business up and Running

Published on 4/11/2017
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Tip #1: Get focused and you will make progress.

When you make the decision to an online marketer, I think one of the hardest thing to do is to decide, “What will I do?” “Who will I market to?”. You may be tempted to try and help everyone. The fact is if you try to help everyone, you may not help anyone at all. Narrow, you niche down as much as you can, so you can decide who your target audience is. This will actual increase your chances of finding your audience.

“We can't help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”- Ronald Reagan

Tip #2: Decide how you can help your audience

Once you have really narrowed your niche down you will find that instead of closing off your opportunities, you have opened them up. Now that you have narrowed down your niche you can really look at the problems people are having and try to help them solve them. The possibilities are endless. Remember you don’t have to solve all their problems. Just pick one or two and start from there.

“There are no constraints on the human mind, no walls around the human spirit, no barriers to our progress except those we ourselves erect.” -Ronald Reagan

Tip #3: Don’t get stuck trying to get it perfect.

I am very guilty of this. I don’t want to ever present anything until I get it just right. Here is the thing you will always find ways to improve something. Why not decide before hand what it is you want to teach, or what you want your product to do. Set you criteria, that will help you know when you are done. As you move forward you may develop more ideas on how to improve it. If the ideas will help you meet your pre-defined criteria, by all means do it. However, if your current efforts are satisfactory, maybe your ideas really could be your 2nd product. The point here is don’t hinder yourself by trying to get each attempt perfect, you will never move beyond attempting. Just make sure each attempt yields a strong result. Share it. And move on to the next.

“Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence.” -Vince Lombardi


Tip #4: Do not quit, just do better.

If you are reading this and you have been spinning your wheels, and you are ready to quit, may I suggest you don’t. You started this process with an idea, a hope. That lets you know it’s real. Sure, turns out it is harder than it looks, but don’t give up. If what you are doing isn’t working, stop and try something else. If what you are doing isn’t working because you are not putting your full effort in it, wake up and push yourself. Success is in your grasp! The only thing in your way is you!

“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” -George Eliot


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