Internet Marketing Success: Do you second guess your success?

When you look at successful people it’s very easy to think that they were born that way. They look so happy and confident without a care in the world. Internet marketing success is not something a person is born with. But you knew that already, didn’t you?

What’s going on in your head?

The majority of the battle for internet marketing success is fought right between your ears. Of course there are many talented business people and entrepreneurs online and it’s very easy to get caught up with comparing yourself to them.

The problem with comparing yourself to the success stories online is that you don’t give yourself enough credit for what you can do. This is not to say that you shouldn’t read about other people’s experiences in an effort to take away some pearls of wisdom.


You have natural talents and abilities that haven’t been tapped into yet. Often times the conversation within our minds downplays what our real capabilities are. To compound the issue further, we’re are fragile when it comes to our ego.

After all who likes to be told they’re not good at something, just because someone else is? Nobody. However, more often than not, we are our own worst critics and that negative limiting conversation going on in our heads causes us to second guess our own success.

Who do you think you are?

While there are many established internet marketers out there that would really like to help you succeed, there are the few that make it seem like you’ll never be accepted to their inner circle. You know what I say? So what.

Life is too precious and fleeting to be caught up in little circles. So stop second guessing your success. Anything that doesn’t work out is simply an education as to what not to do. Stop thinking that the success your after is reserved for somebody else.

You are somebody else… to somebody else. Get it?

I hope so, because your success is only as far away as your beliefs have placed them.

Internet marketing success or any other kind of success for that matter is not partial. It is not reserved for anyone in particular, yet you can’t achieve it without taking your foot off of first base.

Hey if you get tagged out, you still got two more outs, and if that happens you got eight more innings and if you lose this time around, start another game.

It ain’t over til it’s over and as long as you got air going in and air coming out, you can still succeed.

Hope this post was encouraging,

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