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It's probably only a matter of perspective. But you can keep that one -- I don't want it. Here's perspective I use:
When I do something different or try something new, there are only two things that can happen --
1) It *succeeds* in bringing more traffic than least- productive method on my "KEEP Doin' This Stuff" list. So I excitedly add it to that list. Otherwise ...
2) It does not bring more traffic and I stop doing it ... which *succeeds* in freeing me up to do next item (# 8,463) I'm excited about on my "TRY Doin' This Stuff" list. Plus I've succeeded in learning something that helps me to make better choices in future.
It's probably only a matter of perspective. But studies indicate that one of those perspectives leads to more fulfillment, more happiness, more success, even more money.
If it is merely a matter of perspective, then it is something you can choose and, by continuing to choose, make into a habit.
So, if I may, I suggest perspective that leads to more fulfillment, more happiness, more success, even more money.
Dale Armin Miller. The author is Master At Arms of the Internet Marketing Success Arsenal![sm] "What works online ... guaranteed." Get detailed, free online-marketing strategies at http://www.successarsenal.com