Do You Have a Round Toit?Written by Pamela Geiss
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To be successful, it taks focus, desire, management, self-discipline and determination. You have to WANT it. You have SEE yourself as successful. You have to BELIEVE you will be successful. And you also have to believe your product has value. Don't pick a product to sell just because it pays good dividends. Pick a product because it's something you believe in - something you want and something you wouldn't be embarassed to sell to your own mother or best friend.
Most people start out on Internet with great zeal, but when success doesn't come in 2 or 3 months, they lose that drive. They come up with all kinds of reasons why it's not possible to "make it" on Internet. The problem is they come up with every reason except real reason they aren't making it - tenacity: ability to "keep on keeping on" no matter what obstacles. Great businesses weren't made overnight. Bill Gates didn't have an idea and become wealthy next month, and neither will you. But he had a vision and didn't let anything get in his way to make that vision a reality.
Find that "Round Toit" and make your vision a reality!
Pamela Geiss is the owner of the successful LotsaPerks Advertising Agency. Her specialty is getting traffic to websites. She also publishes The LotsaPerks Newsletter. Visit her today at http://www.lotsaperks.com .
The Age of NOWWritten by Pamela Geiss
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What's a realistic time limit to develop your business into one that is making a profit? 1 year. If you don't have a year to give to it, you better get a backup plan to sustain you until it does make a profit. It takes time to build your business. You will make sales before that time, but I'm talking about time it takes to get your business paying for itself and actually giving you some sort of a salary. Have there been people who did it in less time? Of course, but there have been more who did it in a much longer time.
Which ones do you always hear about? The ones who made it in 1 month. Now, they may or may not have "made it" in that time, but if they did, they were very lucky. They just happened to find right product and be in right place at right time. Could this happen to you? Of course! But should you DEPEND on it? Absolutely not! The odds are definitely against it happening that way, but odds are definitely in your favor that you will make it if you use some common sense and work hard. The opportunity is there for you - just be realistic about time it takes to make a real profit in business.
Pamela Geiss is the owner of the successful LotsaPerks Advertising Agency. She also publishes the LotsaPerks Newsletter. Visit her today at http://www.lotsaperks.com or write to her at firstname.lastname@example.org .