It doesnot come quickly

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by gregriv69, Dec 19, 2006.

  1. gregriv69

    gregriv69 New Member

    Remember, 9 out of 10 business attempts fail, and success builds up slowly. You won't get millions of dollars the first day - or the first month. No matter what you attempt, you have to build up your product, build up advertising and name recognition, build up your network of contacts. Even if you have a head start, it is still going to take time to get everything rolling.
  2. MBWealth

    MBWealth New Member

    I agree with you.. and sometimes it takes about 6 months to a one year .. In Intrenet Marketing there is lots of things to learn.. and of-cource it depend on your effort... one advise for all .. Never Give Up.. someday the success will enter your life..

    Wishing all the success for all
  3. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Yeah, they key is perseverence. If you quit, without trying new things or making small adjustments to what you are doing, you will probably NEVER make a dime online!
  4. ryquest

    ryquest New Member

    In addition to perseverance you really have to believe in what you're doing. If you believe you can do it and can picture yourself in the position of having done it, then you'll have gone a long way towards succeeding.
  5. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    You should also recognise your limitations. Sometimes even if you work very hard, you may not succeed, due to factors you cannot control
  6. Chaz T

    Chaz T New Member

    Quoting: pcworkYou should also recognise your limitations. Sometimes even if you work very hard, you may not succeed, due to factors you cannot control

    Very well put!

    When setting your work at home goals you must be realistic as to what you want to accomplish. And how much you are willing to invest in something before you realize that it's not working out.

    And as pcwork pointed out the harsh reality is that sometimes no matter how hard you work at something, it may not be as rewarding as you had hoped.

    But the key is to recognize that, move on and try something else! Take that work ethic and keep moving until you find something that sticks. I think that's where the "don't give up" advice would come in.

    Sometimes you need to know when to "give up" on that fruitless endeavor and get going on to something else.
  7. beneblogger

    beneblogger New Member

    True. But I think it takes more than 6 months to a year to build. Maybe for establishment, but one may not be able to make big profit in 6 months. That takes much longer. For most businesses, particularly offline businesses, the first year is about establishing.
  8. beckie1229

    beckie1229 New Member

    Yes, this always kills me! When people hear Network Marketing or MLM they get on the "only the people at the top make the money" routine...well, the people at the top were at the bottom once!

    The CEO's of companies didnt' get there overnight! If you don't quit, you'll get there, as long as you're with a company that isn't going to tank! So your choice is important. If you want to go into something at the ground floor, have something to fall back on.
  9. cherie27

    cherie27 New Member

    Yes, i agree. I got my 1st check only after 6 months.
    Although it is a small amount, i feel quite happy about it.
    I know that my business is picking up soon.
    I just need to pump more fuel to it.

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