The 4 Major Enemies to Online Success

Written by Chris Stirling

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Like Mark Yarnell,Bill worked throughrepparttar numbers.

(*) Jason Boreyko, now president of New Vision,told this story recently. When he was a distributor in Matol, he signed up 50 people. He heard a lot of "Nos." onrepparttar 140943 way to those 50. Jason took one man, who he knew would be terrific inrepparttar 140944 business, to lunch, told him aboutrepparttar 140945 business andrepparttar 140946 man said "No." Jason tookrepparttar 140947 man to lunch againrepparttar 140948 next month and told himrepparttar 140949 updates. Once again repparttar 140950 man said, "No." Jason sent him some more information and took him to lunch againrepparttar 140951 next month. And againrepparttar 140952 man said, "No." That went on for six months. The seventh month, something had changed forrepparttar 140953 man, and he said, "Yes." That man made Jason over one million dollars. Jason also worked through his numbers.

(*) According to Richard Poe in "Wave Three", while starting Amway, Rich DeVos and Jay Van Andel, America's eleventh richest people, recruited 500 people. 495 dropped out. The five that didn't quit built Amway. All $7 billion of Amway's business was built under those 5 people. Jay and Rich had to work through their numbers. There are many similar stories.

Here'srepparttar 140954 lesson: Your success is directly related torepparttar 140955 degree to which you are willing to work to find others like yourself who are committed to succeed. Mark Yarnell's odds were 1 out of 200. Bill Britt's were 11 out of 1200. Jason Boreyko's odds were 1 out of 50. Would you be willing to go through 200 people to findrepparttar 140956 1 who will make you $50,000 a month? Or go through 200 people to become a millionaire? Or hear uncounted "No's." to sign up 50 people to find a million dollar person? I hope you will.... It's easier when you knowrepparttar 140957 odds up front. But here'srepparttar 140958 catch: You have your own set of odds and you won't know what they are until AFTER YOU'VE SUCCEEDED.

So if you've gone through 50 or 100 people and you haven't found 1 serious person yet, you can either give up and assumerepparttar 140959 business doesn't work, or recognize that you are working though your own numbers.


This story applies to everyone of us! I don't know what my umbers are yet but I will know soon. Are you willing to find out what your numbers are? Keep uprepparttar 140960 good work & keeprepparttar 140961 faith!

Be a self-motivator and continue moving forward towardsrepparttar 140962 goals you want and deserve.

Chris Stirling is the owner of and His Internet Marketing website is designed to help other people achieve their goal of having their own work at home business.

How to Research Before Joining a Rewards Program

Written by Patricia Taylor

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4. Get to know where you are submitting your personal information to. Do a WHOIS via to see whorepparttar webmaster is, whenrepparttar 140851 domain is set to expire, whererepparttar 140852 host is from, etc.

5. Use forums to your advantage. Ask other members what their experience is, do a search through BeenPaid's forums andrepparttar 140853 popular forums like: and readrepparttar 140854 information onrepparttar 140855 programs both onrepparttar 140856 bad and good side and decide if that is something that you want for you.

6. Finally use your common sense. The damage that has been done to this industry byrepparttar 140857 influx of programs with dishonorable intentions is onrepparttar 140858 rise. Sustainable programs cannot compete with their ad pricing; advertisers are spending their dollars wherever they can find low rates; sustainable programs aren't getting advertisers for these reasons; members are joining these lemons and promoting them allrepparttar 140859 while forgetting aboutrepparttar 140860 tried but true.

You can end this vicious circle but it starts with you making better choices. And if you've joined one of these programs, it's never too late to quit ;)

(c) 2005 Patricia Taylor. All rights reserved. This article can be reprinted freely as long asrepparttar 140861 author bylines are included.

Patricia is the webmaster of a community of over 5000 members that share information on how to earn from free to join programs and of a Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Search Engine offering low cost targeted traffic for advertisers and generous Cost-Per-Click (CPC) Feed Revenue for publishers.

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