Mistake Number One

The Insider Secrets to Marketing Your Business on the Internet.Okay, the first mistake I made involved my first tutorial purchase. Almost three years ago now, my birthday present to myself was a $300 course on Internet Marketing. It came in the mail, in two binders, plus two cds (that's a picture of it and Corey Rudl was the author). It was an excellent course and is highly regarded in the industry. The problem was that I was in too much of a hurry. So I skimmed through the binders, mainly reading the titles, and got through maybe the first four chapters. Then I decided I better get going and get my website up, armed with all this new - and undigested - knowledge.

The term "a little knowledge is a dangerous thing" was meant for me. Now, three years later, I have a number of partially finished sites and I never did finish even the first binder. So my first order of business is to spend a little time every day reading that course. How do you keep from getting distracted when you're learning?

Until next time,

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