Every few months, there seems to be a new product launched in the "internet marketing"/"make money online" industry which leads people astray with their online business into a brand new trap to delay their success even further...
Just recently it was selling services to offline businesses, then it was selling WSOs, then it was selling t-shirts via TeeSpring, then it was selling high-ticket offers, now it's selling products on Amazon... And the onslaught of new strategies will continue forever more.
Does this mean that the methods don't work? Of course not!
They ALL work - but as with every business model, ONLY if you stick to it for the long-term.
Now as I care about my audience's results, let me be candid with you...
If you continue switching from one business model to the next, you will NOT "stumble" upon something which suddenly works for you overnight. You will only drive your net profit further and further into the ground as you start again from scratch, over and over again.
(It's the equivalent of buying a store in the offline world, then forgetting about it to buy another one - over and over again. You'd soon be broke!)
Instead, a successful business is built through following one proven strategy month after month, year after year - generating a few results, then building on those results through continuous improvement - not going from zero to $100k overnight.
Read that part again more slowly and really take it in, as it's important...
A successful business is built through following one proven strategy month after month, year after year - generating a few results, then building on those results through continuous improvement.
So make a decision right now and commit to it...
Which ONE business model do you want to dedicate the rest of your life to?
Make a decision now, then turn off the shiny object syndrome, put on the blinkers to ignore everything else, and keep building on your results until you hit $10k per month.
And if you feel you need some accountability, leave a comment below with your commitment.
Have a great weekend!
- James Francis.