It’s not a secret that I started making money almost the same day when I began my online business. I didn’t look for “make money” programs, I haven’t bought any courses, I just did it. Was it pure luck? No, there was just something I did right and it wasn’t by accident.
Building an online business doesn’t start online, it starts in your head. You either have enough business knowledge to do it or you don’t. I had. Even though I’ve never run a business before, I had some theoretical knowledge that I’ve picked up in the university as well as I had a general understanding of what a business is by observing other successful people.
The first right thing to do was to apply that knowledge online. I knew that the business plan starts in my head, and before even starting to learn various internet marketing methods I had to come up with a value proposition, a product to offer. Otherwise, what good will any marketing techniques do if I don’t even have what to market?
Now you see all these newbies complaining how this week’s push button get rich quick software didn’t work, and how they keep looking for a “program to make them money” for years. I can’t help but wonder if these people know where money comes from in first place.
When I started out, I had a plan. I had an idea and I’ve implemented it. I’ve made so many mistakes as far as internet marketing goes that it’s not even funny, yet I made money. I knew I would make money, because that’s how business works.
If you want to make money online, to start an online business, but keep hitting a wall, consider this. There’s a reason why this is happening to you, and it’s not because there are so many scams out there. It’s all in your head. You don’t have a plan, you don’t have the basic knowledge about business. That’s what you need to fix. Learn about doing business, come up with a business plan first, then start looking how to implement it.
Now you might be thinking, “but I don’t want to run a business, I just want to make money”. Tough! That’s how money is made – by conducting business. If you don’t want to run one, stop wasting your time and get a job (or stick to the one you have).