Getting The Big Picture Series: Part 1 - "Love What You Do!"

by : Treci Cauthen



Is Internet Marketing your passion? Do you spend hours of your week brainstorming to come up with ideas enhance your Home Internet Business?

If not I advise you to do a little soul searching and figure out just what makes you tick. You need to become a little more motivated if you're going to make it in this business.

Something has drawn you to try to create a bright future for yourself or you would not be reading this article. Whatever you do, don't give up, keep trying until you stumble upon that "Diamond in the Raw".

Love What You Do

I began in 1997 building websites & signing up with affiliate programs that advertised big earnings with minimum effort. I spent hundreds of dollars on products and services.

I tried selling e-books, all types of retail products, e-mail lists, and various forms of advertising with no success. But every time I failed I would be drawn in to try again. Every lost dollar I would simply count as a learning experience, nothing beats "practical wisdom". So if you've ever been burned just look at it as paying for your education.

The truth is there are big dollars out here to be made and you must love what you do or all of your efforts will be in vain. It took me seven years to "Get The Big Picture" but it doesn't have to take you that long. There are alot of informative books and articles out here but the Internet is like one big puzzle.

Love What You Do

Don't try to cut corners, there is no easy way so don't be deceived. If you plan to be a success realize that you must put your heart into what you do. It will be time consuming but far from impossible.

To accomplish your goals you must...

Do Your Homework

  1. Put yourself on a schedule

  2. Research a few opportunities

  3. Learn the basics of building a website

  4. Come up with an advertising system

  5. Read lots of internet marketing, business and Inspirational Articles

Then you will begin to "Get the Big Picture" and learn to appreciate the opportunity that you have in the palm of your hand.

Getting The Big Picture?