Voluntary Constraint Marketing - We would be...
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4) "We would be better off if the decisions we made were nonreversible."
Now that rule is a hard one to swallow. If we choose to make money on eBay and fail in the first month or two, it sure would be easy to try our hand at Adsense next. But, this is crucial. You need to trust your early research and impressions.
When you chose your course, you did so with intelligence based on good research. Don't throw that all away to start over on another course. If you do, you will be starting all over, learning how not to make money on the web in another area!
5) "We would be better off if we paid less attention to what others around us were doing."
It is important to keep an eye on what is going on in your field of online endeavor. But, it should be done out of the corner of your eye.
This goes back to rule number one. If all you are doing is keeping track of the trends in your area and are not producing on your own, you will know a lot about how to make money, but you won't be making any.
If you will take these five rules to heart, you will be better off - not only with your success, but you will be able to sleep better at night.
About The Author:
Ron McCluskey started marketing online before the web. He had a bulletin board system on an Apple way back in 1986.
Marketing since then has changed a lot, but Ron has kept up with current trends. Find him at http://extremeaffiliateincome.com
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