Biggest Lesson in Creating Online Courses

Here’s a little tidbit that was shared on the Monthly Mentor Club members-only discussion board recently… “My biggest lesson learned in creating the course: Don’t try to make it perfect! That’s an issue for me – perfectionism. When I finally set a date to launch the course, it forced me to make it “good enough”,…

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Who Broke Your Easy Button?

Many people will tell you how easy it is to get started online. They’ll say, “Anyone can do it.” I’ve even used that phrase before. I was a pizza delivery driver. Surely if I could do it, others could do it too. But there are certain traits required to succeed online. This came up recently…

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How Beginners Create Best Selling Products

One of the big misconceptions in the ‘information business’ is that you need to be the premier expert on a topic before you can create a product. Nothing could be further from the truth. Right now…you have knowledge that others would pay to access. You know how to make other people’s lives easier. You have…

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Dilbert’s Advice for Internet Marketing

Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert cartoon, talks about an idea he calls the ‘Talent Stack’ “I’m a famous syndicated cartoonist who doesn’t have much artistic talent, and I’ve never taken a college-level writing class. But few people are good at both drawing and writing. When you add in my ordinary business skills, my strong…

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Introvert’s Guide to Online Success

I sucked at direct sales. Seriously. Before I came online I bounced from one network marketing company to another. They all claimed there was no personal selling required. They lied. Money was only made when something was sold. One of my shortest jobs…in a string of dead-end jobs…was selling satellite dishes door-to-door. I lasted a…

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