Wild and Crazy Entrepreneur Ride

Being an entrepreneur can feel like a rollercoaster ride.

Business is booming.

Clients are sending you testimonials.

Your last email generated a load of new customers.

You’re on top of the world.

Then…just a few days later you’re down in the dumps.

Maybe you got a couple of email nastygrams from people upset with something you said.

Your newest promotion isn’t generating sales like you expected it should (even though it’s only been available for a day or two).

For whatever reason, it feels like your confidence is shot.

What are you going to do now?

It might sound a little crazy if you have never experienced the highs and lows of entrepreneurship, but I can assure you that many entrepreneurs go through emotions just like these.

One day they’re ready to conquer the world.

The next day they’re looking for an exit or considering a whole new market.

If you’ve ever experienced these feelings, you are not alone.

I’ve talked to many clients over the years who have went through emotions like these…not just once or twice…but multiple times.

It seems like internet marketers only want to talk about the highs. They show the houses, cars, vacations, beaches, and other rewards.

But rarely do they get ‘real’ with you.

They don’t talk about the challenges.

They don’t talk about when your mind plays tricks on you.

People end up thinking there is something wrong with them when they face an emotional battle.

That makes the problem even worse. They think that maybe they’re not cut out for this.

Here’s the reality. Just about every entrepreneur faces the temptation to give up on themselves and their dream at some point.

Everyone faces times where their mind assaults them and they question whether they’re going the right direction…or if they got lost somewhere along the way.

The September issue of the Monthly Mentor Club talks about this.

It also gives you the solution.

You have to take a step back and assess where your business has been, where it is now, and where you’re going next.

You need to cut away the dead limbs from your business to eliminate the overwhelm.

Here’s a secret almost no one talks about.

That overwhelm entrepreneurs feel is often a result of way too much activity in their headspace…way too many should-do’s running through their mind.

It’s something you can cure…if you’re willing to take the steps you’ll discover in the September issue of the Monthly Mentor Club.

It’s going to print on August 31st….and will be available inside the Club on September 1st.

Try it out today and you’ll get access to this issue along with dozens of my detailed special reports designed to help you Earn More, Work Less, and Enjoy Life!

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Terry Dean

Terry Dean has been in full-time internet business since 1996 and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs get started online through his articles and products. He lives in Dunnellon, Florida with his wife and 2 dogs. Find out more about how the Monthly Mentor Club can help you today.