Whether you’ve got one hour, a full day to spend on your Internet business, or ten hours a day, you’ve got to be very selective at how you spend your time. There is so much choice these days, that we’ve all got to do things with blinders on, or we’ll just get too distracted and will never get the big things done.
As you build up your online business, you’ll come across fine folks making money from Facebook, from selling products, from affiliate marketing, and on the list goes on.
Yet, we can’t do them all!
And here’s the thing. You don’t need to. Trying to do everything is a quick way to frustration and failure. So my advice is this:
Most things people are doing make no difference. They’re running a “busyness” rather than a business. And in reality, being busy is a form of laziness. Lazy thinking and indiscriminate action; as entrepreneur Tim Ferriss puts it.
So slow down, be selective at what you do, focus on the important and ignore the rest.
That’s how you’ll get to the next level, and that’s how you’ll get to run a business that fuels your Dot Com Lifestyle.
Now what are the key things you should be focusing on in your business? I can’t tell you that. That depends on your goals and skill-sets. It also may involve you testing out several different things, eliminating what doesn’t work or is unnecessary, and scaling up what is working.