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Episode 1

 

Online Wealth Creation: How to Make It Last


Many people try and fail to make money online despite following their coach or mentor's advice. It's puzzling to me why two persons in the exact same company area, using the exact same business and marketing tools, are so different in their outcomesA "newcomer" seemingly appears out of nowhere and passes up someone who has been building their business for years. Some people who appear to be quite successful on the outside are, in fact, deeply unhappy and dissatisfied.

 Is it true that some people are simply 'luckier' than others? What does it actually mean to be successful?

All of these questions, as well as many more, are ones I've asked myself repeatedly, and they are presumably questions you have as well. Many would-be entrepreneurs and individuals, in general, have given up on their ambitions because of the negative influences that seem to keep people down while a select few continue to climb, and this has been tiresome for me as well. To help individuals who need a little nudge in the right direction, I've written a series of books that I hope will serve as a 'kick in the pants.' In other words, go into it with an open mind and let everything sink in before moving on to the next installment. Please accept my deepest wishes that these books will enrich your experience.

All of it Starts With You...

Even if you're a first-time entrepreneur, you undoubtedly already have a concept of what success looks like. Even if it's hidden deep within you and only emerges when you allow yourself to dream, it's vital nonetheless. Without a clear vision of success, it's impossible to know when you've arrived. When it comes to making plans, how do you know what will happen? If you're not sure whether you're moving forward or not, how do you know? There is no need for it on your part. In other words, if your idea of success is tucked away somewhere in your subconscious, take some time to unearth it. What is its appearance of? How will you know if your efforts are fruitful when you're not sure?

Now, take care. When someone says, "I'm making a million bucks a year," it's easy to dismiss them as unmotivated. However, achieving financial objectives is only one component of being successful; for some, it is the entire definition. When you're successful, what kind of life do you lead? Is your home office tastefully decorated or are you working from a hotel room across the country? Do you have a view of the ocean, a city, or mountains? Which do you prefer: the 40-hour workweek or the 4-hour workweek advocated by Tim Ferris? Isn't that what you were saying? What exactly are you working on right now? What do you have in mind? Are you still on the phone with others? Organizing training sessions? Create something new for me, please. What are you working on at the moment? How would your life change if you are a success? What do you do in your spare time and at work?

Finally, what are your financial objectives, presuming you're able to write down what you see when you imagine success? Now take note that monetary targets are vital, but they're not the only thing to consider if you want to be successful in your endeavors.

Setting Yourself Up For Success


You may now share your interests, skills, and expertise with the rest of the world thanks to the internet. As a result, you now have the freedom to live the life you truly deserve. Your reasons may look like these:

Increasing one's own financial security.

Helping those in need by sharing the knowledge and talents you have acquired over the years.

Have conversations with other people who share your views.

Collaborating with people who share your views.

Putting time and effort into a pastime you like.

The act of assisting others where you can make a difference.

Taking pleasure in every moment of it.

Gaining knowledge from the experiences of others.

It's about creating value, but it goes well beyond that.

Because of the internet, you can now start a business that helps you achieve your goals, no matter what they are. Many people enjoy what they do for a living. They may enjoy their work, their coworkers, and the perks that come with a standard 40-hour workweek. They can build the life they want by earning extra money from an online business, which can be used for things like holidays, early retirement, travel, or simply to pay for those little extra luxuries. Some people's internet company becomes their full-time career as a result of it. The money they get from it can replace all of their other income, allowing them to live the life they want. In other words, how can you get from wanting to establish an online business to actually living the life you want?


Your personal handbook to making money on the internet


That's what you'll learn in this book. It's devoted to assisting you in laying out a plan for financial success. Each person's journey to their destination is unique, which is why the word "road map" was selected for the map. A person aiming for a 40-hour workweek will have a different strategy than someone aiming for a 4-hour work week but focusing on their passion and their notion of success. It doesn't matter which path you choose as long as it fits your vision of success and what you want out of life. It's up to you to devise a strategy for getting there. 

There are numerous observable steps to be taken. We've previously spoken about the first step: identifying what success looks like for you. If you haven't already, take a few minutes to jot down what you consider success to be. Documentation is advantageous since it aids with task management. It's easy to become bogged down in the minutiae of running a business. Having a clear idea of what success looks like for you helps you maintain focus and make decisions that benefit the long term.

As a result, go ahead and do it. Put this report away for a moment and write down what success looks like to you on a piece of paper or the back of the page if you printed it off. Grab a tape recorder, close your eyes, and imagine success if you're not a writer. Out loud, describe what you observe. You can either listen to the tape or get it transcribed so you have it later on in hand.


Get the Most from This Book: Tips and Tricks


The book is divided into eight sections, and there is also an appendix with helpful tools and information. As a result, you'll finish this report in a little over a week if you only work on one chapter each day. You have the option of going more slowly. In addition to giving you specific tasks to take, each chapter also asks you to answer a slew of questions. As a guide to assist you to develop your personal wealth guide, this report is not a magic eight-ball with all the answers to your personal business questions.

If you answer these questions in a hurried manner, without giving them enough thought and consideration, you run the risk of deviating from your intended trajectory. Ultimately, I want to set you up for financial success, but you must put in the effort to make it happen. I can only serve as a compass and a road map for you to get there on your own. Continue to read until you've finished all the chapters. Allocate as much time as you require to digesting the data, generating ideas, and responding to the inquiries.

Set up a method for keeping track of your responses and your strategy. Follow through and make the effort to keep track of your result Use the plan you've developed to get started on realizing your vision

Come on, let's go for it!


-First Chapter-More Than Just a Website Creation-


"We are constrained not by our skills but by our perceptions of the world."

You may have observed as you go about your daily activities and business that everyone and their dog has a website. Everyone is in business these days, from the stay-at-home mom who runs a blog about organizing her home to the full-time software developer who sells how-to reports online.

 That's just great with me.

 They're not in the same league as you.

A website owner is a person who has made a conscious decision to stand out from the crowd online. It's possible that he or she wants to make a lot of money online, but he or she lacks the resources to do so. We're not passing judgment on the website owner's satisfaction with his or her website. Like you, a business owner or entrepreneur has a distinct set of objectives, viewpoints, and driving forces. To get the kind of life you deserve, you want to create a new entity. You'd like to start your own company.

According to Wikipedia.com, a business is:

A commercial activity carried out for the purpose of earning a living or making a profit, or an organization that carries out such operations Having a website means becoming a lot of things to a lot of different people. As a result, he or she serves in a variety of capacities within the company. When and if there is time, he or she performs all of this. To be honest, this is more of a pastime than anything else.

The Visionary Is the Main Role of the Entrepreneur

Yes, you may have to take on a variety of responsibilities to get your firm off the ground in the beginning. In the meantime, you're contemplating how to use your unique abilities while building a firm that matches your vision. You're building your company by utilizing the capabilities of others, as well as outsourcing and delegating tasks as appropriate. All of your decisions will be dependent on how you envision your company's future looking.


What Do You See as Your Goals?


Then you've already defined success if you're tackling this report the way we suggested. Please, if you haven't already, return to the introduction and take that step. If you're feeling contrary or rebellious, then, by all means, skip this step. However, the next one will be more difficult.

A vision is what you want your business to be like when you grow up. Because your vision is all about you, it differs from a mission statement (which we'll discuss next). Your company's vision statement outlines your long-term goals.

It may provide insight into the following issues:

-Who do you see as your ideal client?

-What do you offer as a service or product in your company?

In other words, "I offer the most complete website about self-improvement in the world" would be too narrow.

If you are looking several years into the future, your vision statement should be written in the present tense as if it is happening right now.

There will be strong emotions in your vision statement. Keep in mind that this is all about you and what you consider to be a success. No one else will care if you don't feel emotionally invested in it.

-Your vision will be vivid and descriptive, just how you expect it to be. Include as many specifics as you're able to. Recognize that this isn't a quiz or examination. In this case, there isn't any right or wrong response to choose from. Your mission statement reflects who you are as an individual. You can start with a rough draft and then fine-tune it until it's exactly what you want.

Keep in mind that your company's goal serves as its cornerstone. This is a critical first step since it will be the yardstick by which you judge your success and the foundation upon which you build your business plans. It's okay if your vision shifts — nothing is set in stone.

Refresh your vision statement by taking a step back.

Use your definition of success as a starting point for writing your vision statement. It's quite likely that it will be a great place to start.

Having a clear vision statement is critical, and it cannot be omitted. Consider what it would be like to start a company without it. There are a lot of them, but they don't last long. If you don't know what kind of business you want, it's impossible to decide on hiring, business model, or marketing strategies. It's impossible for you to do so.

Your success is built on the vision you have for the future. It's the spot from where you'll begin your journey toward financial freedom. You'll have all you need to start a successful and long-lasting internet business if you pair your vision statement with your mission statement.


Statement of Purpose


In contrast to a vision statement, a mission statement focuses solely on your company's target audience. In the end, it's about the people you bring into the fold, not about them.) Your mission statement, like your vision statement, is critical.. [Read more...] about It will assist you and those who support your company in delivering exactly what you offer to your customers. The following objectives are achieved through the use of a mission statement:

-It identifies your product or service offerings to customers.

-It identifies what distinguishes you from others

- It identifies your target market

-It establishes the basis of your business plan

Don't be alarmed if all of that seems a bit confusing. In all honesty, it isn't at all.

Making a list can help you get started, much like with a mission or vision statement. Include the following in your mission statement as an extra consideration:

-The moral and ethical standing of your company

-The public image you want to project

-Expectation of business expansion and profitability

Although your goal statement is about you, don't lose sight of your clients. Consistency and working toward the same goal are critical when developing marketing, promotion, and sales tactics. It's also important to have a purpose and vision statement that go hand-in-hand With these two rules in place, you'll be well on your way to building the perfect company for yourself. They'll serve as your compass on the road to financial success.

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Annette Thomas is the author of several books on business, leadership, and personal development. She owns a widely distributed blog, The Digital Vibe. Want to read some of her latest writings? You can enjoy some of these amazing pieces on her website when you visit. She is an Internet entrepreneur and dabbles in podcasting. Yes, there is more to her than meets the eye!


As a professional speaker, she has created and hosts a podcast, The Digital Vibe Podcast, that is heard and listened to worldwide. Lots of fans! See more of “As If I Were There”.


What does Annette do in her spare time?? Book reading. While she is busy writing and becoming a money-making author, she also takes the time to read non-related books in her spare time. Binging on episodes of Star Trek Discovery and throwback shows is a delight!


If you want to get to know Annette, you can visit her website at www.thedigitalvibe.com and "get to know her", sort of a virtual meeting without the meeting. Enjoy!

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