Past the Beginning

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It’s been a long time since I have written anything on here. Life just keeps knocking me down and then doesn’t let me have a chance to get up before belting me again.

Frankly, I’m tired of it, so I created a way to get back up without it hitting me full-force. For those of you still interested, I’m continuing my journey to make money online.

Over all of my failed attempts at trying make some money online, I’ve learned a really important lesson.

DO NOT CHASE THE SHINY OBJECT!

What that basically means is this…If you buy a “system” that shows you “how to make money online,” do not get suckered into buying other “systems” or “tools” that will make it easier or faster. I got caught up in that cycle of buying and barely trying to make the next thing work. I shelled out a lot of money for answers to questions that I didn’t know I had.

DO NOT GET CAUGHT UP IN THIS TRAP!

If you find a system that seems legit, then stick with it. It will take work! It will take sacrifice! It is not any different from having a brick-and-mortar business. All this time I’ve been looking for that fast and easy money online and it’s simply not there. The money is there waiting for you, but you must work for it just like any other thing in life worth having.

From all of the systems that I bought, I have owned 19 domains with about 15 active websites. Only one of those has earned me money.

I know this post isn’t long and that it’s basically a rant, but I needed to put my failure out there so that others will not repeat the mistakes that I made. As I write more about the subject, I hope to pass along information that will help you to start a business online. The thought of being able to make money regardless of where I’m at in the world is what drives me. Figure out what drives you.

Until next time.

Toki Toki

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8 Comments

  1. Well said. Too bad the people that have the entitlement mentality (I’m not talking about the ones that legitimately need help) do not have your attitude. Unless you are born with a silver spoon in your mouth, you have to work hard to get what you need and want out of life. But, in the end, you can be proud of what you accomplished.

    • Entitlement is an unfortunate side effect of a failing economy that places so much emphasis on “materials.” It is so much easier to placate a child than it is to raise a child. Government involvement in “knowing what is best” for our children doesn’t help either.

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