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What is the hardest part about Internet marketing?Views: 287
Dec 17, 2005 6:29 pm re: re: What is the hardest part about Internet marketing?

Chris Rempel
I also had to take the risk and jump right in.

My situation is different than most, though, as I'm 21 with no family to support, no mortgage, etc.

But I think it was the fact that "If I don't succeed at this, I'm screwed!", that made all the difference.

The difference was now that I was full time, I had to do things out of NECESSITY, not convenience.

When I was still working at a job and casually working on the biz in the evening, there was no sense of urgency or will to succeed - because I knew "everything would be okay" as I still had my paycheck coming in...


And so the hardest part for me was ignoring doubt, throwing "security" out the window and doing this like my life depended on it...

Because it did.

That was close to 3 years ago, and alot has changed since. I've experienced many failures and some successes.

But the most valuable thing I've been able to "cash in on" from internet marketing is LEARNING from and meeting other successful people. (That's a fast-track to internet success, by the way).

I had to stop stubbornly thinking that I "knew it all".

Being open to learning from others and actually putting into action what you learn will change not only your results, but more importantly, your mindset.

You will begin to see opportunities right in front of you that you would have never noticed previously - and when you ACT on these opportunities, you'll become addicted to it.

All I can say is that if you stick with it, your persistence, perseverance and faith will be rewarded BIG time!

To your success,


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