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Kimanzi Constable is the author of four books. He is a writer for 14 large publications. He travels to 25 countries a year as a paid consultant. His goal is to help you create a profitable lifestyle business. Join him at
The first sign you ought to be suspicious of a strategy is when it promises quick results.
There are millions of people spending billions of dollars online but you still earn customers just one at a time.
Snake oil has a distinct odor, even online.
Past a certain point reading another book about success or taking one more motivational class is simply procrastinating.
A remarkable number of things on every entrepreneur's to do list really don't do very much to build their business.
The same things are in front of us all but not everybody sees them the same way.
If you really think through what being an entrepreneur entails and decide to keep your job, that's OK.
Building Your Online Presence
There are two billion people logging onto the Internet daily. Each one wants to be respected as a distinct individual.
A job defines where and how you will live. An online business allows you to live where and how you want.
Take It From The Pros
Unless a person commits to continual growth, success is likely to become complacency.
The are countless problems that come with running a business but focus is essential to solving every one of them.
Getting people to sign up for your email list is not a real accomplishment unless they read the emails you send.
Learning From Mistakes
The most common way to learn what works is first suffering through what didn't.
A good business coach roots sincerely for the client's success but isn't responsible for what follows if they do what they are told isn't smart.
Stop underestmating your expertise and start looking for people who could use it.
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