Internet Millionaire Mindset: Is Your Brain Sabotaging Your Marketing Success?

Written by Rick Miller

Copyright 2005 Rick Miller

Have you ever wondered why some Internet marketers seem to have success with every single project? Do they have some magical power that you don't?

Would you like to quickly get that power?

In a recent interview forrepparttar List Crusade program, T. Harv Eker revealed what he calledrepparttar 145250 Millionaire Mindset-which gives extremely successful Internet marketers and offline entrepreneurs what seems to be an "unfair advantage."

(Note: To access T. Harv Eker's complete audio interview for free, see end of article)

Harv isrepparttar 145251 author ofrepparttar 145252 best-selling book, SpeedWealth, as well as several highly-acclaimed courses such as The Millionaire Mind Intensive, Life Directions, Wizard Training and Trainrepparttar 145253 Trainer. He is alsorepparttar 145254 producer and trainer ofrepparttar 145255 world-famous Enlightened Warrior Training.

He went from zero to millionaire in only 2-1/2 years usingrepparttar 145256 Speed Wealth principles he teaches. He shows you how to instantly rid yourself of limiting beliefs that have stopped you from accumulating wealth inrepparttar 145257 past.

According to Harv, your subconscious mind may actually be holding you back fromrepparttar 145258 success you want in Internet marketing and in life.

The subsconscious is much more powerful than your conscious mind.

It's like an ice berg, most it is beneathrepparttar 145259 surface, and that's usually what sinks ships.

Ideas and misconceptions you formed as a child can affect your life right now. If you believe that money is evil or that money is hard to get, then your success will be limited. Even though you go throughrepparttar 145260 motions with your web page, email marketing and other marketing tasks, you'll always fall short on something that is critical to your success.

A Fatal Mistake that Can Cost You Your Business ... And More

Written by Laurie Hayes

Whether you’re a new business owner or if you have been running your business for several years, one ofrepparttar biggest challenges you face at one point in time or another is overwhelm and imbalance.

How many nights have you dragged your weary body to bed only to lie awake for hours with nagging thoughts of what you haven't done or don't have answers to?

How many of your children's' ball games and school functions were missed because you had business commitments?

How many evenings did your partner spend alone because you were burningrepparttar 145249 midnight oil by speaking onrepparttar 145250 telephone or hovering over your keyboard, workbench or reference materials?

Was this because you loved what you were doing so much that nothing else mattered, or was it because you felt you had to do everything alone?

One ofrepparttar 145251 biggest mistakes small and home-based business owners make is assuming they have to becomerepparttar 145252 chief, cook and bottle washer and perform all of their related tasks flawlessly and concurrently.

I know many entrepreneurs who suffered failed relationships and experienced great loss because they over-committed themselves to their businesses and let everything else important to them fall byrepparttar 145253 wayside.

Many of today's most renowned entrepreneurs and success stories will tell you of losses they experienced because they didn't know how to do things rightrepparttar 145254 first time or how to balance their priorities.

I was one of those people.

When I was building my first business in my 20's, I locked myself in my office for days on end. I would pour over books trying to learn business skills. I would be onrepparttar 145255 phone trying to drum up customers using painfully ineffective sales techniques I made up myself.

I created my chart of accounts, set up my bookkeeping system and decorated my office. I made flyers and pinned them up around town. Then I went home and waited forrepparttar 145256 phone to ring while I studied my product literature and organized and created and collected endless sources of information I thought were necessary for business success.

My partner spent many of his evenings and weekends alone. He would make dinner. I would join him once in a while, then head back into my office.

I wanted to succeed. I wanted to be my own boss and earn my own way and thought if I could invest every possible waking minute of my life to learning about business and acquiring all ofrepparttar 145257 skills necessary, I would createrepparttar 145258 success and freedom I desperately sought.

Unfortunately,repparttar 145259 biggest lesson I learned was, if you lock yourself in an office for two years straight, there probably won't be anyone waiting for you when you come out.

I learned that I had been completely unrealistic and selfish in my thinking.

No successful businessperson has made it entirely on his or her own. If there is an exception to this statement,repparttar 145260 success probably came at a terribly high price, and inrepparttar 145261 end, would you call that success?

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