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Persistant Pays

Postby skyjoe76 » Tue Dec 09, 2008 6:44 am

Success is always round the corner, but only a few will see it. Why?

Because only a few are persistence enough to see it. Most people quit after a few challenges, a few obstacles. That's because quitting is the easiest things to do.

I have been building my business for the past 5 years. It took me only year no. 5 to be comfortable with my earnings. There are many times that I asked myself why am I doing this. Many times I wanted to give up.

Fortunately, I hanged on.

For those who are not getting the results that you desire, hang on to what you are doing. Persistence pays.
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Postby Al Smith » Sun Jan 04, 2009 12:38 pm

Great post Sky Joe.

Too many people give up way too easily on their dreams, and if they only knew how close they probably were to a completion when they quit.

Commit to finishing what you have started and the world will be your oyster. (or something like that - GRINS)

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Postby Ron Killian » Sun Jan 04, 2009 6:04 pm

I agree, great post! Nice to hear success with so many saying they are not making any money.

For most it's easier just to go to a job and get a regular paycheck. Course some times I've thought the same thing :)
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Postby skyjoe76 » Mon Jan 05, 2009 4:12 am

It's so easy to quit. It's harder to continue and persists. But when one starts to quit, it becomes a habit.

Whenever he faces any challenges, he'll run the other way. Usually this people can't create the kind of results they want. Because before the Universe gives you what you want, IT will throw you some challenges first, making sure you don't get it so easily.

But once you can overcome that, success is just right in front.
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Postby MommyEnterprises » Mon Jan 05, 2009 1:46 pm

I agree!
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Postby calgreg » Fri Jan 09, 2009 9:09 am

Well, unless you NEED an immediate income.

Your post is inspiring, Joe. What do you say, though, to people who have lost their jobs. People do ask me "What can I do to earn income quickly?"

I don't know any way to do that on the Web.

Anyone?
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Postby Ron Killian » Fri Jan 09, 2009 10:12 am

The quickest way would be to sell something through PayPal, pretty much instant income.
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Postby kam11 » Mon Jan 26, 2009 2:51 pm

It took me only year no. 5 to be comfortable with my earnings. There are many times that I asked myself why am I doing this. Many times I wanted to give up.
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Postby Bookjewels » Thu Jan 29, 2009 3:35 pm

calgreg wrote:Well, unless you NEED an immediate income.

Your post is inspiring, Joe. What do you say, though, to people who have lost their jobs. People do ask me "What can I do to earn income quickly?"

I don't know any way to do that on the Web.

Anyone?


I know this is very short term for most but I say eBay is the very obvious answer here. It's quick and keeps the bills paid until you can figure out a direction to go. Yes, eBay has its naysayers, but listing and making money even with paying fees is much better than losing your car or worse. While we're at it, CraigsList is definitely another quick cash alternative. I'd say after that to grab Lynn's $10 report and focus.

JMO and I have lots of them!

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Postby kristina » Sat Jan 31, 2009 11:41 pm

Yes, i agree, it takes time to build any type of business. And lots of hard work! So many people online think that you can find this great opportunity or good job online and not do anything and they wonder why!

It's because they weren't doing anything.

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Postby Brismom » Fri Feb 06, 2009 2:53 pm

I Definitely agree that persistence pays off in the end. If you believe in yourself enough and you stick to what you believe and persist through all of the challenges that come about you will prevail in your life and your business!
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Postby nhynes57 » Tue Feb 10, 2009 9:41 am

Great post, congratulations on your success.

Most are not successful online because they are searching for some magic push button system which will allow them to sit back and watch the money roll in. There is none.

Find something that works for you and keep doing it over and over!

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Postby skyjoe76 » Thu Apr 02, 2009 10:22 pm

I do agree start with ebay. That's where I started as well, just that I stop ebay altogether.

Manage to pay my bills when I first started. Be careful of opportunities that promised fast cash. It may be true to that person who made that promise, but may not be the case for you.

Simply because that person may already has something backing him to achieve that.
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Re: Persistant Pays

Postby John LA » Sun May 31, 2009 7:09 am

skyjoe76 wrote:Success is always round the corner, but only a few will see it. Why?

Because only a few are persistence enough to see it. Most people quit after a few challenges, a few obstacles. That's because quitting is the easiest things to do.

I have been building my business for the past 5 years. It took me only year no. 5 to be comfortable with my earnings. There are many times that I asked myself why am I doing this. Many times I wanted to give up.

Fortunately, I hanged on.

For those who are not getting the results that you desire, hang on to what you are doing. Persistence pays.


Yes, great post. I also have given my time to do everything in the past but as the days go on an sticking to what you do, you can have great success.

Writing articles, press releases, and ebooks are viral and can spread all throughout the web. Doing this all along can have a substantial income for everyone and that's what I do.
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