Building Your Online Business by Thought
BUILDING YOUR ONLINE BUSINESS BY THOUGHT
You are a product of your thoughts. “I think, therefor I am”, René Descartes.
This has been a proven fact for many years. As evidenced:
In his book, The Miracle of Right Thought, Orison Swett Marden wrote: “You only have to change your mind to a desired direction, holding it there tenaciously until you have formed a new mental habit. Then you are, in that particular, a new creature.”
The Miracle of Right Thought was first published in 1910.
In a previous post (Change the Conversation for Your Online Business), the following was written: … Loral Langemeier’s book Yes Energy. Part of her formula relates to: Change the Conversation. This is where you give yourself permission to succeed with your online business.
This is all fine and wonderful (yet, disjointed) but where does it lead us?
THE FOUNDATION OF YOUR ONLINE BUSINESS
We have to ask ourselves everyday if we really have the desire to succeed with our online business. This is not as simple as stated. We have to reach down deep within ourselves to determine the answer to this question. (We really may not want to answer the question at all!)
So, we are confronted with the age-old question: What is The Foundation of Your Online Business: SALES
(I told you that you may not want the answer!)
I see people throughout the Internet wondering why they are not making any money. Trust me, there is money to be made! Years ago, one seasoned Network Marketer commented that when he first started, the people helping him told him the products sale themselves! He disproved this by putting them on the front lawn one night and in the morning, they were still there!
I was on the phone once, about a year ago, with a “prospect”. she told me in no uncertain terms that she had no intention of spending any money and if I asked her to it would be a sham. I told her this was not for her and she might consider “getting a job”. With that, she thought I was rude! With that, I thought: she was NOT a prospect!
Someone told me this once: “Does the waitress go in the back and cry if you tell her you don’t want her coffee?” I said, “no, of course not”. He then said, “then GET OVER IT WHEN YOU DON’T MAKE A SALE! If they didn’t want what you are selling, find someone that does!”