"How to Choose an Online Biz Mentor"

Written by Bryan A. Jones

If you are serious about becoming successful as an online entrepreneur you need a good mentor - someone who could show yourepparttar proper steps to become successful.

With any business venture, whether online or offline, it is important that you find someone who has traveledrepparttar 137695 same road you plan to travel and they are willing to share their experiences candidly and honestly. You want someone who has YOUR best interests in mind - not just THEIR wallet.

If you're like most you will come across a lot of so-called "gurus" and "experts" claiming to have allrepparttar 137696 answers. However,what I have discovered is that many are scam artists looking to make a buck off of unsuspecting newcomers to this business. They will make wild and crazy claims about how you will become rich overnight if you buy their product, their service, their tool.

You've heardrepparttar 137697 typical claims like, "Buy my book today and you will have $1 million dollars in your account tomorrow!"

Let me say this before I move on. You have heard it before and it is helpful to hear it again.

"If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is."

So you may ask, "So what do I do? How can I tellrepparttar 137698 difference? Who do I trust?"

Contrary to popular belief there are some good people onrepparttar 137699 Internet willing to be of service torepparttar 137700 new generation of online business owners. They truly have your best interests in mind.

Why So Many Don't Succeed At Developing A Home-Based Business

Written by Kirk Bannerman

From what I have seen and experienced, quitting isrepparttar greatest temptation duringrepparttar 137615 first year of working at a home-based business. If smoking was like working at a home-based business, repparttar 137616 occurence of lung cancer would be dramatically reduced.

It is a known fact that a majority ofrepparttar 137617 people that undertake a work at home business do not achieve real success. There are several reasons for this, but one ofrepparttar 137618 primary reasons is that these people get frustrated and do not allow themselves enough time to actually succeed.

Inrepparttar 137619 early going, one ofrepparttar 137620 most difficult things about developing a new home based business is dealing withrepparttar 137621 emotional roller coaster that can result fromrepparttar 137622 highs (successes) and lows (temporary setbacks) you are almost certain to experience. Once you have donerepparttar 137623 research and decided on a particular home based business opportunity, you really need to focus on persistence and realize that any real business will not just automatically become successful in a matter of days or weeks. You should be prepared to give it your best sustained effort for at least 6 to 12 months in order to begin to build a solid business base and begin to see some good income.

Highs and lows were something that I began to notice when I first started a home based business. I have many years of top level management experience in "traditional" corporations and have experienced lots of business cycles (corporate "ups and downs"), butrepparttar 137624 natural "ups and downs" that occur in a home business (particularly inrepparttar 137625 early stages) can be brutal from an emotional standpoint if you don't prepare yourself in advance for repparttar 137626 fact that it is a basic law of nature...it will be a rocky road until you have spent enough time and effort to build your business to a level that sort of smoothes outrepparttar 137627 peaks and valleys.

The impact ofrepparttar 137628 highs and lows you will probably experience in developing your home based business is amplified byrepparttar 137629 fact that you are now in business on your own. You arerepparttar 137630 boss and get to make allrepparttar 137631 decisions, but you are also on your own in dealing withrepparttar 137632 frustrations that will occur alongrepparttar 137633 way while you are developing your business.

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