Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Google Me How Bad Do You Want It?

How Bad Do You Want It?

Where Internet Marketing is concerned you either have one resource to obtain your goals or another. There very seldom is a situation where the person wishing to begin or continue his or her endeavours into the Internet Marketing world have all three needed resources. These resources are, of course, Time, Money, and Energy or Drive.

If you have a handle on your finances and happen to have a substantial amount of monetary resources to invest in your business growth, then some may believe that you are ahead of the game or actually have it "easy". Not as true as it seems. You now have to have a sense of being able to discern where to spend this money to actually obtain the business prospects, sales, and volume growth you are setting forward to achieve.

The individual with a monetary advantage more often than not has a time constraint that may also effect the decision making processes of how to best spend this investment money. In most cases, this individual needs then to rely on others for opinion, presentation, and advice. Another downfall to being in this category is you do have expendable income, limited time and focus, and can sometimes fall prey to multiple opportunities. This habit, if you will, of jumping at the next best thing or greatest business plan will not better your situation readily. Make a decision quickly but then make that decision be the right business, service, or Internet Marketing opportunity for you personally. Seek out others that have tested systems, lists, procedures, strategies, and connect with a group of like minded people to help you as you build.

For the person that falls in the middle of this mix, with a splashing of each Time, Money, and Energy, these individuals are going to need to managers of these resources to best get a sampling of what they can actually accomplish each day, week, and month. They need to be sure not to judge themselves as not gaining ground and growing because they are not working specifically in one of their resources. This group really must have a handle on each section of time, money, and resource energy than any other group. If you fall into this category, focus is going to be a primary factor. Setting small goals and then rewarding yourself for each individual success is the way to go.

Continued Tomorrow :)
Stephanie Haile aka Wavecritter Google Me :)

1 comment:

bleuet said...

Wow.. that is all i can say. Great article, great infos and so easy to undertand. Thanks a lot