SUBJECT: Don’t Bite Off More Than You Can Chew
When you first start-up with Internet Marketing, you’re hoping to
just make a little bit of money. But with some hard work and maybe
a little bit of money, you soon start making a decent amount of
money. And you start having opportunities come your way to make
even more money. Your eyes light-up with all the possibilities and
you begin to take on more and more projects. Soon, you find
yourself drowning in your own success.
This is actually a common mistake that many people make, especially
people who are new to running their own business. And this is
actually a very good way to begin failing at your business.
You always have to know exactly what you’re doing when you make
your business plans. Plan out what you will have to do and how much
time it will take you to do it. Then make sure you have enough time
to do it. If not, then you might have to put-off some projects or
refuse to be a part of other projects.
This is very hard to do. It’s not easy to say no to a business
opportunity. This is especially true when the business opportunity
sounds fun and like it’ll make a lot of money. But if you don’t
have the time then you have to stay away from it.
If you become involved with a project that you don’t have time for,
there can only be one of two outcomes and neither of them is any
good. The first outcome is that you don’t have time for that
project so it just takes time from other projects. So that project
– or another project or two – goes undone, which means you wasted
your time, effort, and probably money. The other possible outcome
is that you get all your projects done but none of them are any
good because you didn’t spend enough time on them. Of course, this
will result in you losing money as well. And it might even ruin
your reputation and your entire business.
You can not bite off more than you can chew. You always have to
stay realistic about how much time you have and how much work you
can complete. To do that, you first have to make sure that you plan
out exactly what you’re doing. You need to know how much time you
have and you need to make sure you have the time for every new
project that you decide to take on. If you bite off more than you
can chew – if you take on more than you can handle, then you will
find yourself with too much work and that could ruin some projects
if not your entire business.
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