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Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up. – Thomas A. Edison Every job I have had; I’ve done well at. I was always very well liked and performed well. People enjoyed working with me and my employers enjoyed having me as an employee. My motivation for working was always the same though: needed the money. Had to pay bills.
Life is scary. Especially business life. You’re going to run into some scary situations. But this doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Let me tell you a story… A year ago – I dropped every dime in my bank account into a business. Every cent I had. When the opportunity was presented to me – I was very very aware of the way things could go. I could lose everything.
A while back, John wrote a blog post about the Top 10 affiliates in MOBE and how much money they made in only one month. The MOBE Top 10 is an impressive group to be sure. They are extremely successful affiliate marketers, making over $1.3 million in commissions from MOBE in just one month. They are also a very diverse group.
I often like to ask my readers and YouTube viewers what questions they have for me. One of the most recent questions I got was, “In your personal experience, how did you transition yourself from working as a private maid to being a marketer, business coach, and entrepreneur?” This is a good question because I have never really told anyone how I did this.
It’s not irony that you happen to be reading this article on a blog. Chances are if you follow this blog you see the importance in it and in the content it proves. So, why do people following blogs not have one of their own? This is something I have often wondered. So many of my coaching students don’t have blogs – some do not really even want one.
Email marketing is a form of direct response marketing: sending ads, offers, business proposals, etc., to a list of people who are interested in what you offer. Email marketing is often a number one choice for many successful marketers. It’s a great way to make connections, build relationships, and get long-term results.