If you like being told how quick and easy everything is,then this isn’t for you.
This is for those willing to take some tough love to reach their online goals.
It’s worth it if you’re ready.
Recently I was asked this question from a webinar …
“Do I need to quit my job to start an online business?”
NO. No way. Don’t even think about doing it!
Whatever you do, don’t quit your job to start an online business.
First of all, you don’t need to. You can get started in your spare time.
Hopefully you have some spare time.
If you work 12 hours a day every day of the week,
then you need to find someway to cut your expenses
so you can drop the amount you’re working now. But that’s a totally different subject.
The very first goal for someone starting out is simply to earn their first dollar online.
Make your first sale. Then move from there.
The next goal should be to get a small part-time extra income,
perhaps pay a car payment or your house payment.
Then push for the goal of replacing your current job income.
Once your online business consistently replaces your income,
then it’s time to consider quitting that job.
And some people enjoy their jobs. They even keep them after they’re successful.
You have the option and the choice.
Once you reach financial independence, you can make decisions like this.
If you like your job, keep it.
If you love your business, grow it.
If you want to sell your business and retire for other pursuits, you can do that too.
How long will it take YOU to get to this point?
I don’t know. I don’t know you well enough.
I don’t know just how much commitment and effort you would put into it.
And I don’t know how your market will react.
So the only honest answer here is I simply don’t know.
What has been this answer for others?
Business involves risk. One project may be a home run while another one fails.
And still others hop along just barely worth the time.
Are you willing to do what it takes?
Are you willing to put in the time?
Are you willing to overcome the obstacles and frustrations which come?
Or do you want a guaranteed job? Do those even exist anymore?
If it was as “easy” as some claim it is, no one would ever need to hire a coach or outside support.
That’s the reality of business. This isn’t a rah-rah cheer leading message,
but it’s the message I wish I would have heard in the beginning.
Can someone make money online?
Can they even do it quickly?
Yes, it has happened and will happen again.
It’s not as easy as some claim.
But it’s also not my goal to make it sound too difficult.
Whether it’s easy or hard is simply based on how you look at it.
Comments and Suggestions are Always Welcomed.