We were all Internet Newbies at one time or another
In the beginning it’s all confusing and nothing makes any sense.
Then you see someone make an offer that sounds like it’s exactly what you need to get things figured out. So you jump in hard with both feet, and you know it’s the right thing to do because your sponsor said you need to invest in yourself.
You pull out your credit card and you are on your way.
But once you get inside you notice that the training is vague and they are talking about things that you’ve never heard of before.
You try to get a hold of your sponsor to ask some questions, but they won’t call you back because you’re not producing yet and they only spend their time with those that are producing. You’re Stuck!
You’re actually in worse shape now than when you first got started because you’re still confused but now you have less money than when you were confused the first time.
…And so begins the cycle of the Internet Newbie.
Don’t Quit and don’t give up. Understand in one way shape or form we’ve all been down similar paths.
The trick is to stop the credit card bleeding before it is drained dry.
Yes, you do need to invest in yourself and you do need to invest into your business. But, as with any investment we want to minimize the risks while we maximize results.
I shot this quick little video for you the other day and I hope it helps you focus and stay centered.
If I can help one person minimize the pitfalls that I’ve gone through, then it is certainly worth the time it took to write this blog and do the accompanying video.
Please leave a comment below and let me know if this was helpful.
If you’d like to move out of the Internet Newbie zone a little faster you’ll want to spend a few minutes right here: www.SpeedWealthWorks.com
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I’ll see you in the next blog.