After learning from Grant Cardone that all it takes is starting, I became so restless and aggressive about my online business goals. My website will be upgraded shortly.
Below are the common excuses people make. I also provide answers.
- I am ashamed- Let me tell you something, your bills are not ashamed of you, so you should never be ashamed of coming up on youtube or Facebook to talk about your product. I am working on creating immigration blogs, and I am not ashamed of it.
- I am not techy enough- You do not need to have all the technical skills to start an online business. However, it would help if you had the mindset. You may ask me why? As long as you can use your smartphone, you can run an online business, and this brings me to Fiverr; you could hire a web developer to assists you with creating a website and sell on it.
- I am not good enough- No one is good at first. Still, after starting, your brain begins to collect ideas and experience, stay consistent in whatever niche you conclude on, and learn. Additionally, you can take courses on udemy and LinkedIn. All you need to do is to know.
- I am a beginner- You see, this was what got me. I was like, wait, who will buy from me. I only made one sale since I started this online journey, and I don’t intend to stop because “There are no shortcuts. To be a success, start a little earlier, work a little harder, and stay a little later”- It’s a quote by Brian Tracy, and that has been my energizer during this entire journey.
- I don’t know what niche to begin- Type on google about niches and write out your personal life experiences. I use a formula called “HOW CAN I MAKE IT BETTER”. How can people save time and money. Then work on how to deliver that thing in the form of a book, a blog, or on video. See, start now. Young people begin now.
This will be my last post on personal development, as I aim to help people/newcomers move to Canada.
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