The Three P's of Success!

Written by Terri Seymour

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**People - When you are working an online business, you have to get involved with people. It may not be face to face, but you will have to deal with people from all overrepparttar world, everyday. Treat everyone with respect and answer all questions in a timely and courteous manner. You must also be able to deal with rude people. Treat these people with respect also. Be firm, but courteous. Rarely have I had to deal with this problem, but it does come up.

Do I want to have to deal with all those people on a day-to-day basis?

Can I handle allrepparttar 117541 different situations that can arise when dealing with people?

Can I acceptrepparttar 117542 fact that I cannot please everyone and be able to handlerepparttar 117543 rejection?

You do not necessarily have to be "the life ofrepparttar 117544 party" but you must be able to handlerepparttar 117545 problems that working with all kinds of people can bring. You must be able to deal with people!

I must tell you that I have made so many friends since starting Web Success. It is one ofrepparttar 117546 most enjoyable aspects of Internet marketing. Web Success isrepparttar 117547 second business that I started onrepparttar 117548 Internet. Withrepparttar 117549 first business, I did not takerepparttar 117550 three P's into consideration and it failed within a year.

When I planned out Web Success, I really thought about what I wanted to do and how I wanted to do it. Because of that planning I have learned a few things about myself.

I have learned that I have more perseverance than I thought possible.

I have learned that I have a passion for helping people get started with their business and that I am good at it.

I have learned that working with people all overrepparttar 117551 world has been a thoroughly enjoyable, rewarding and interesting experience.

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Rememberrepparttar 117552 three P's of success when planning your goals and your chances of building a profitable business will be much greater!

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Focus Your Light

Written by Elena Fawkner

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Compare this approach with a fragmented one. You're a morning person. You need to write a sales page for your web site. You also need to read and respond to email today and you also want to schedule time, just an hour or so, to get some sun.

It's morning but, instead of starting your sales page, you decide to read and respond to your email first, to kind of ease intorepparttar day. That's a breeze because reading and responding to email is not an intellectually demanding task and you're at your peak anyway. You finish reading and responding to your mail two hours later.

Now you think about writing your sales page. But you've used your peak concentration time on email and you've lost that sharp edge you always have first thing inrepparttar 117540 morning. That makes writing sales copy, an already intellectually demanding task, even more difficult. You really don't feel like it right now. So you put it off. You look for something easier to do.

Maybe you could take that hour off now and userepparttar 117541 time while you're lying out inrepparttar 117542 sun to get your head together. But no, you can't relax if you know you have work uncompleted. So you decide to force yourself to make a start on your sales copy. You write your copy but it just doesn't flow. It feels stilted and contrived.

You begin to get frustrated and annoyed with yourself. If only I'd got it over and done with first thing I'd be dealing with my email right now looking forward to lying out inrepparttar 117543 sun for a while later on, you think. That's what I should be doing! So, you get annoyed with yourself, and become generally irritable. Which, of course, just blocksrepparttar 117544 creative flow even more. Lunchtime rolls around and you feel like you've wasted half a day.

What a waste of energy, concentration and creativity! What a lack of FOCUS. Just look atrepparttar 117545 energy you've wasted feeling annoyed and irritable with yourself. Just think what you could have accomplished if you'd put that energy to good use and focused!

Save yourselfrepparttar 117546 angst. Identify priority tasks, strategically allocate times ofrepparttar 117547 day to each task depending on how intellectually demanding they are, and exercise personal DISCIPLINE to dorepparttar 117548 right thing right and atrepparttar 117549 right time.

-> Concentrate on One Thing at a Time

When you're doingrepparttar 117550 right thing atrepparttar 117551 right time, dedicate yourself to that one thing and nothing else. Don't let your mind wander to what else you could be doing. You don't need to worry about that because "what else" has been allocated its own time and that time will come.

Remember,repparttar 117552 whole point of focusing is to make maximum use of your time, energy, concentration and creativity. If you can do this, you will give yourselfrepparttar 117553 gift of more time for yourself and your family. So remember to turn it off too. Give 100% of yourself torepparttar 117554 task at hand duringrepparttar 117555 time allocated to that task and then let it go.

Take care of business but always remember, life is for living!


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