“Want To” and “How To”

"Want To" - "How To"

Life is a unique combination of “want to” and “How to”, and we need to give equal attention to both.    -Jim Rohn


“Want To”

Let me ask you a couple of questions:

First question…

What is your reason for wanting to build a successful, sustainable, and profitable online business?  What drives you?  What energizes your efforts?

Second question…

Will you do everything it takes to accomplish that goal?

If you’re NOT willing to do everything it takes, then it’s not going to happen…

Simple as that!

 

“How To”

The second part of the equation is the “how to”.

The neat thing about this part is that, unlike the “want to”, the “how to” does not have to totally rely on you personally.

Yes, there are a lot of marketing tasks that need to center on you and your talents and skills… like writing your blog posts and email follow-up messages, for instance.

For you to truly develop a relationship with your readers and subscribers, you need to interject your own personality and experiences into your posts and messages. Therefore, that is one task that needs to rest on you personally.

But there are a lot of other aspects of your online business that can be outsourced, or “hired out”, so to speak…  “techie” things, for example.

 

So, here’s the plan…

1. Continue to work on developing the skills you already have…

These might include writing, developing product ideas, creating ads, building websites… whatever your skills and talents consist of.

2. Learn new skills as they are needed…

Need to set up a WordPress blog? Look for a training series to teach you how. Need to set up an autoresponder?  There’s YouTube… learn how. You get the picture.

3. Remember that your main focus is to keep your business moving forward.

If it takes so much of your time to learn a new task that your business stalls out, then outsource it.

One way to get your business up and going quickly is to become an affiliate, promoting another marketer’s products.  In that way you can focus on your marketing, and let others take care of product development and support.

One of the very best product funnels I have ever come across is Dean Holland’s “Big Affiliate Blueprint”.

Why not take a few minutes and check out Dean’s flagship product funnel… maybe this is the vehicle you have been looking for to jump start your online quest.  Click on the banner below to view the free video which explains everything…

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Four Groups Your Business Should Serve

Four Groups Your Business Should Serve

The Four Types of People You Need to Serve In Your Business

One thing you need to do is evaluate your business an determine if you are adequately serving each of the four types of people…

  • Your Audience
  • Your Partners
  • Your Team Members
  • Your Community

Let’s break these down…

You Need To Serve Your Audience
Let’s start by discussing who your audience is…

  • The people who read your ads…
  • The people who buy your products…
  • The people who read your Social Media posts…
  • The people who subscribe to your list…

How do you serve your audience?
First off, you need to have their interests at heart in everything you do in your business.

When you market your product or service, think about how it will benefit them.

When you offer a product or service, make sure that their needs are met, NOT your pocketbook.

When you post about your business on Facebook or Twitter, give information that is truly valuable, NOT just a spammy ad.

Provide you subscribers with quality, life changing information… give them “freebies” once in awhile… don’t just bombard them with product offers.

You Need To Serve Your Partners

Who is doing business with you?

If you are you marketing your own product, your partners might be your affiliates.

If you are in a network marketing opportunity, your partners may be your upline or sideline members.

 

How do you serve your partners?

Support and acknowledge their efforts… NEVER be negative.

Work with… NOT work for your partners.

If you have affiliates, do everything possible to help them be successful.

You Need To Serve Your Team Members

Who are your team members?

Again, if you are marketing your own products, team members might be employees or people you outsource work to.

If you are building a network marketing opportunity, your team members are your downline.

How do you serve your team members?

Again, do everything you can to help them succeed.

If your team includes employees or outsourcers, reward them well for their work… give them a bonus for a job well done.

Promote for your downline members… place new people in their downline as a reward for those who are working hard.

You Need To Serve Your Community

Do you want to know the quickest way to build great relations for your business in your community?

Support community events… set up a booth at the annual Fourth of July Festival… and don’t sell… provide INFORMATION and VALUE.

Join your local Chamber of Commerce, or similar organizations.

Write article for the local newspaper… again, provide INFORMATION and VALUE.

When people start to see you and your business serving their needs, your bottom line will start to grow as well.

I wish I could take credit for developing all of this great marketing training… but I can’t.  I learned it from my mentor and business partner, Dean Holland… and my business has exploded!

Want to learn for yourself from my millionaire mentor? Check out the video link below…

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What Is Your Business Vision?

What Is Your Business Vision?

Why Set Business Goals?

In a study among students at the Harvard School of Business, these questions were asked:

“Have you set clear goals for your future?  Are they written down? If so, have you made plans to accomplish these goals?

The results?

Only 3% had written goals and plans to achieve these goals.

Another 13% had goals, but they were not written down.

The remaining 84% had no specific goals whatsoever.

Ten years later, the 13% with goals were making twice as much as the other 84% who had no goals.

And the 3% who had the written goals and plans… they were making over ten times as much as the other 97% put together.

Do you see the correlation?

Okay…  you see the importance of writing down your goals. What is the recipe to make this happen?


Getting Your Goals Down On Paper

Here’s an exercise that will help you develop a plan going forward for your business…

Let’s start with defining your long range and short range goals.

First, let’s attack this in reverse order.

We’ll start looking way out in the future.

What is the one thing you want to do someday…  something that will drive you to do what most other people will not do… the one thing that will make you give up watching TV to work on your business… the one thing that will make you give up that overpriced cup of fancy coffee every day to have the cash to invest in advertising for your business… the one thing that burns within you to accomplish.

We’ll call this your “someday goal”.

So, it would read something like this…  Someday I would like to _____________. You get the picture.

Write that down!
Now, let’s specify this in more definite terms…
Based on the goal above, What is one thing you could do in the next five years that would enable you to reach your “someday goal”?
Write that down!

Next, what is one thing you could do in the next year to make that 5 year goal attainable?
Write that down!

Okay, narrow that down again…  what can you do this month to reach that one year goal?

You guessed it… write that down!
Back it up again… What do you need to do this week to reach the monthly goal?

Now you’re at your daily goal… ask yourself ,”What’s the one thing I can do today to reach my weekly goal?”

Of course, as you get started on this exercise, understand that you don’t have to limit your tasks and strategies to just one.  Your weekly goal, for example, might include 5-7 different tasks or strategies… one for each working day that week.

Write those down!


Goal Evaluation

You might lay down your goals like I suggested above, and then go back through from the bottom to the top, evaluating your goal structure as you go.

Let’s say your weekly goal is to build a new WordPress blog site.  Your daily goals may be listed to read…

  • Day 1 – research and decide on my domain name
  • Day 2 – secure hosting, setup domain name servers, and use cPanel to install a new blog
  • Day 3 – secure and upload a theme, upload necessary plugins, and install them to setup your site
  • Day 4 – create the necessary pages for your site… home page, contact, about us, join, etc.
  • Day 5 – write two posts for your blog to get it started
  • Day 6 – write another blog post and set up a way to monetize the site
  • Day 7 – create a video to post on your blog, and write another blog post

One thing you need to understand… your short term goals must be flexible, and yet, at the same time, they need to be firm. You may need to adjust strategies as you encounter and solve problems, and learn new marketing approaches… but you must not deviate from taking action.

Take action every day… ask yourself, “Based on my written goals, what’s the ONE thing I must do right now to build my business?”

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