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The Biggest Advice I Could Give To A Beginner Internet Marketer…

So, you heard about regular people making it big online and you begin to follow your quest to build and run a successful online business.

You purchase every single product out there to learn about online marketing.

It gets overwhelming and you slowly start to drift away from your dreams of running an online business because you feel stuck and don’t know where and who to turn to.

You’re running out of patience, time and also money.

Sounds familiar? Yes, it can get frustrating. I know.


After many years of teaching others how to start and grow their online business, one big problem occurs amongst those who are struggling.

The problem is they are working on TOO MANY things at one time. They lack focus. As a result, they see no or only little progress.

Want to know the secret?


Instead of spreading your focus on multiple projects, focus 100% on just one. That’s it.

There’s really no magic pill to riches.

If you’re putting 10% of your energy to Project A, 20% on Project B, 50% on another and the remainder another project, you’ll eventually get it done BUT you’ll complete them very slowly.

The aim of getting more done is to build momentum. Momentum helps you see progress as you go along.

Think of a challenge like running a marathon. You start at the start line. You then see you’ve reached the quarter mark. You’re pumped. You want to push further and keep on going. You’re progressing.

That’s the exact result of building momentum. It helps you keep going.

Use momentum to your advantage with your projects. One trick is to chunk large tasks into smaller chunks to make it a lot more achievable.

Too many times I see beginners with so many ideas that they don’t even know where to start. “Should I do this, this or this first? Hmmm…”

You don’t want to be in this position where you feel like you have so many ideas that you don’t end up doing any.

Prioritize by brainstorming which of your ideas is going to be the easiest and quickest to implement first. You’ll also want to take profitability into account i.e . – the potential of it making money.

Just because an idea sounds like it’s the next best thing, it’s not always a good idea to stick to it. Having too many ideas on your list will most likely drain you in the end because you’re thinking “How am I ever going to get all this done?”.

What if you simply just had that ONE project to do? How much clearer would you be able to think? It will make it look more feasible and easier to accomplish.

Again, to summarize:

  • Focus on one thing at a time.
  • Build momentum so you can see progress faster.
  • Eliminate ideas.

You want to make money or more money this year? Simplify and focus on one project.

Let me know your thoughts on this subject by placing your comment below. I would love to hear from you.

To your success in business & health in life,

Frank Bauer
Frank Bauer
Frank Bauer

Director of Marketing Pty Ltd
Founder of,,, &
Co-founder of,,,,, &