So That’s Really All There Is To It?


I really like Internet marketing! I find all forms of it fascinating; I don't care if it's CPA, Affiliate, etc., to me it's just fun. But that can be a problem of sorts when you lose focus on what's important. Here's what I mean... Let's tell a story of two marketers...

There once were two marketers that were members of the Warrior Forum. As members of the forum, they often received several product offerings.

One day the offer was for a product that would teach them how to work with offline clients. The offer was from someone who had built their own business using this same information.

In time, another offer came along that would teach them how to prospect for clients. One of the marketers saw that it involved cold calling and left it to collect digital dust on his hard drive. The other marketer asked himself how the system could be improved.

This last marketer went on to develop a system that allowed him to leave his job, while the other marketer continued to look for that one technique that would put him over the top.

So what was the difference between the two? Really just one thing: taking action!

They both had the same tools and the same information. The one thing that separated them was putting these tools to work.

The moral of the story is get to work! That's really all there is to being successful.

It is a lesson I won't soon forget. Thanks Chris!

What about you? Have you missed any opportunities?

Tell me about it in the comments below.

Reg Ervin

Skype/gTalk: regervin

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2 Responses to “So That’s Really All There Is To It?”

  1. Rob Mills says:

    Hi Reg, It’s so true. It’s all about having a strategy a plan and taking the correct course of action and following through with it. I used to find that I would start off well but by efforts would soon dry off. This was because i didn’t have the correct plans in place to get the desired work done! Great post. Rob.

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