First, let’s start by taking a look at where you are in your business today?
You’ve probably bought a few online business courses in the past, or at the very least have consumed a bunch of videos and other information on the subject.
If you were able to take some action, then you probably have a website up – and may be even making a few sales.
But… you’re not completely happy. It’s not what you were expecting. It’s harder than you thought. It takes a lot of time. It takes a lot of money.
You’re probably starting to feel like there’s some secret THEY are not telling YOU?
Well let me reassure you… you are not crazy!
Yes, there is a secret – actually – a few of them. But there’s one that’s arguably the biggest, most powerful secret of them all.
Alone, it can bring you more wealth and success faster and with more certainty than any other way you can think of… aside from inheriting a million dollars from your crazy rich Uncle Mervin.
And it’s hardly ever talked about.
I’ll tell you what it is in just a sec.
But, I gotta do one thing first. This is important. I gotta tell you the secret to overcoming the two most common roadblocks you’re bound to face on your journey.
It’s estimated these culprits are responsible for stopping close to 85% of entrepreneurs from achieving financial success. So let’s get to it:
Culprit #1 – Fear of failure and self doubt. This culprit leads to a cycle of brainstorming business ideas, but never actually putting any into action to see if they will work.
Symptoms include: Inactivity, accompanied by excuses such as,“I don’t have enough money, enough time, or enough know-how to start this business.”
The end result: Often a life of complacency, mediocrity, and regret. People label you a “dreamer” not a “doer.”
Culprit #2 – Information overload and overwhelm. This leads to confusion and subsequently, procrastination. It’s often called – “Analysis Paralysis.”
Symptoms include: Constantly being on the look-out for the “latest” business trick or idea. Starting numerous projects based on new information (which may or may not be conflicting), but never finishing any one thing or sticking with it long enough to have success.
The end result: Often a life of frustration and regret. You become known as a good starter, a theorist, but not a finisher – a person to rely on to get the job done.
If you recognize one or both of these rascals standing in your way, then you’ll take comfort in what I’m about to say…
“The secret to overcoming fear and self-doubt is to have confidence in what you are doing. And the way to gain confidence in doing something you have never done is by following in the footsteps of someone who’s already done what you are trying to do.”
“The secret to avoiding information overload and overwhelm is to decide exactly what you want to do – and more importantly – why you want to do it. Then create a plan that breaks down your project into small manageable pieces. If you require additional information, learn only what you need to execute the current task at hand. Nothing more and nothing less. This also includes assessing your strengths, weaknesses, and core competencies, then delegating tasks you are not suited to perform.”
Read that again.
Remember when I said, I was bumping my head against the wall trying to figure things out? Well, those were the culprits responsible for it. You wanna know how I managed to dodge those pitfalls and finally break-through?
It was when I discovered the biggest secret to success…