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    "Jack of all traders, master of none"

    Multitasking might be useful in some areas of life but in business you definitely have to focus on the matters at hand in order to really profit from what you are doing. In summary, stick to one thing at a time and never hop from one method to another.

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    Wow, thanks for the reminder! With so many new offers of "great" money-making products reaching one's inbox daily, it's really easy to become distracted and then overwhelmed. Before you know it, you're totally confused, frustrated, burnt out and broke! Really need to stick a big sign up on my wall saying, " No More New IM Products... Stick to One Thing and Get it Right!"

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    Great contribution, this is quite helpful

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    I will give you a step by step tutorial on how to make money via cpa offers. Hit me up on here.

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    thanks for sharing

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    Absolutly correct.

    "You'll never make any progress when you're juggling many different projects
    at the same time. You'll never reach you ultimate goal. You've got to FOCUS
    on one project at a time".

    hi, I have loads of unfinished projects that I probably will never get arround to finishing.

    Its been my experience that what you are saying is 100% correct and has probably been
    the main contributer of "delaying success" in my online career.

    It used to be my thinking that each new project would all fit together and would benefit the
    main outcome, needless to say there was never going to be an outcome as everything was
    fragmented and focus was nonexistant in the end.

    To finish I would agree with what you say that one project at a time, seen through will reep results.
    Last edited by Robbie; February 3rd, 2012 at 10:20 AM. Reason: easier reading
    Warmest regards
    Robbie

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    Nice point. Online exposure should be strong enough to be successful in internet marketing. Networking must be good enough.

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    well said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revenue4u View Post
    I agree. Too many people, especially newcomers, jump from one business to the next and never stick with anything long enough to produce an income. In the words of Lance Armstrong: ""Pain is temporary. Quitting lasts forever."
    Old adage..........A rolling stone never collects any moss......thanks.

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    My view of success does not differ in the least. A person will only succeed as he chooses himself to be. If he chooses to be lowly by quitting in the face of pain and trials, he will never get over them. With every new trial comes new learning, skills, and maybe an added resource for his success. Never give up and you will find out how rewarding pain, strife, and endurance are as they come together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJRockwood View Post
    Have too many projects going on but none of them paying your bills?

    Never try to build many Adsense sites, ebooks, software, membership sites,
    etc., all at once.

    The ONLY way to get things accomplished and be successful is to FOCUS in
    one area, one niche and one system before moving onto the next "project".

    You'll never make any progress when you're juggling many different projects
    at the same time. You'll never reach you ultimate goal. You've got to FOCUS
    on one project at a time.

    You can not think in terms of...well this project is 95% complete, now I can
    start work on this other idea and I'll just come back to finish the remaining
    5% down the road.

    Face the fact that when you are hooked on another project, it usually takes
    you forever to get back to the 95% completed one.

    You MUCT FOCUS on doing one thing and doing it well, once completed
    than automate it and move on to the next idea only when the first one is
    100% DONE!

    Maintaining a "to-do-list" will help you KEEP FOCUSED because at some
    point, you're going to "stray".

    The to-do-list should be on the project that you're presently working on. Not
    a mix of many projects you want to work on in the future.

    Every time you want to buy a new product or start a new project, ask yourself
    "does this get me closer to what I really want or away from it?"

    The right decision will hit you right up the side of your head!

    Once you've made your decision, you will always be FOCUSED and be able
    to get tons of tasks done to make you successful in whatever your project
    you're doing.

    To your success.....

    CJ
    i agree with you it is a matter of right desisions

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