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Ask. That`s it, ask. Ask someone you trust what they recommend. And ask why.
Look at what they suggest and "ask" yourself if it`s worth buying. Would you buy it if you could not sell it?
If you can`t convince yourself it`s worth buying, you won`t be able to convince anyone else either. Walk away. No, be like Maggie and run.
Then once you find a product worth buying do some research.
Research company and its reputation. Find company`s home base and check with Better Business Bureau. Check to see if company is listed at http://www.bbbonline.com
Search for company and owner`s name on different search engines. You may find some boards or forums that discuss what you`re looking for.
If not, find appropriate forums and get opinions. Get some pros and cons. And then make a decision.
Yeah, you have to do hard part. Decide. Decide if it`s worth your time and effort. If it is...
Focus. Trust Bob. He was right.
You know you have a good program. So develop a plan and make it work.
Just like a race horse, you don`t want distractions. Put on your blinders, stay focused and give your biz a chance. Stop chasing every new and improved program that comes along.
Maggie finally found what she wanted. She met a man and actually tied knot. She stuck with him and gave him a chance. No he wasn`t perfect. But we can assume she lived happily ever after...
Do same for your biz and we`ll assume that you do to.
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