All “Newbies” struggle with THIS!

The more time I spend studying successful Internet Marketers, the more obvious it becomes that they all have a common message for the “newbie”.  The two things highest on their list of “must-do” to become successful online are to grow lists of names and create your own products.


Being one of those labeled as a “newbie”, I feel comfortable with the process of growing lists and know that everyone who is added to my list should be treated with honesty.  Any hint of being dishonest and your list of potential buyers will disappear faster than an icicle in boiling water.


What I do struggle with, along with many others trying to break into Internet Marketing, is the lack of confidence to create my own products.  I come up with brilliant ideas (Or at least “I” think they’re brilliant), jot down a few notes and then get distracted with other tasks or find excuses not to continue because I’m not sure anyone would buy what I have to say.  A week or so later when I try to get back into it again, the original brilliant idea sounds like poop and I give up. 


A few months ago I received an email from John Thornhill recommending a wonderful eBook written by Paula Brett.  It’s specifically written for people like me who procrastinate about writing their own products or fear that they don’t have what it takes to be an author of “sales-worthy” material. 


After reading Paula’s eBook, I am now on track to keep my thoughts focused so I’ll be able to complete my first eBook.  No it’s not finished.  As you well know, Rome wasn’t built in a day!   I can tell you that the advice she provided in her eBook, along with her sense of humor scattered throughout the pages, made me feel like she lived through my pain and if she could do it, so can I!

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