Online Business Advice – Don’t Rush

By | August 11, 2019

So I just wanted to bring you back to what
we talked about and some things we talked about at the start of the day. Firstly, you
need to make sure that you understand the business. Building a good solid business is
more of a marathon than it is a sprint. This is not something, you don’t build a business
overnight and you’ll be the next Richard Branson by Monday morning. It takes hard work. I’ve given you the strategy and the game
plan that could potentially short cut years and years of building, but the fact is, it
still takes a great deal of hard work. It takes effort, but the rewards are worth it.
What I’m showing you is how you can build a business that you can do the work once but
get paid forever. That’s really what it’s all about. I want to make sure now that we’ve started
to plant all of the seeds throughout today, we’ve planted so many different seeds in
your mind, you want to make sure that you give them time to start to grow. You don’t
want to plant them and then go dig them up in a week or so and wonder where that fruit
is. You’ve got to remember as well, if you’ve
got something that is in momentum, or a big ship, it takes a while for that ship to change
direction. In your business, business might move a little bit slowly. To get all of these
elements lined up takes time. Once you get everything all set up, you’ll be amazed
at how quickly that success comes. But like they say, success overnight takes a good ten
years to get there. It’s all about lining all of the elements up and then bang, you
flick that light switch and then it just goes absolutely mental. You’ve probably spent all of this time heading
in one direction, putting all of the right energy in. It’s going top take time to turn
things around and get you pointing in a different direction. So make sure you give yourself
that time and don’t be too hard on yourself. What I want you to do is take everything that
we talked about, build it all out and then we just want to automate the back end of our
business. So on Podcast Interviews, I interviewed two guys, Jim Fleck who is an old school direct
mail guy and Richard Schefren who is the guru’s guru when it comes to internet marketers.
Both of them, they hadn’t heard each other’s interview but they both touched on this thing
I found quite interesting. They said what most business owners do, they’ll
spend a lot of time trying to build out their back end. They’ll try and add a new product
line, they’ll try to keep adding, adding. What you want to try and do, you build out
that back end, get it as automated as possible and then you start to focus on your front
end. So once you’ve built out that back end,
using your autoresponders and making sure the sequence is right and you get the bonding
and they get introduced to all the different products and services and then the delivery
of those services as well are all automated, once that all happens then you attention needs
to focus on a new area. Shift focus and you’ll start to focus on
the front end marketing. It’s all about how can I drive as many leads into that funnel
as possible?

One thought on “Online Business Advice – Don’t Rush

  1. Chris Green Post author

    Thanks for showing the reality and not the Get Rich Quick Crap.


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