Is The Next Best Thing The Best Thing For You?

You want to build a business online and you want to build it fast. In an effort to cut the learning curve short and speed up progress, investing in products that can expedite your wealth seem very enticing. The questions for consideration are: In what way will this product increase my profitability now? Is there a learning curve associated with the use of this product? and last but not least, does the end justify the means?

Every promotion is designed for the purpose of making sales, so it’s to be expected that the next best thing will be promoted as if there will never be another opportunity to achieve a specific outcome. However, in case you haven’t noticed, everyday there is a “next best thing”.

It may be to your advantage to create “the next best thing” instead of buying it. A profitable business model will see more money coming in than going out. There are many products that can increase your bottom line in the long run, but is your business running at a level that will allow you to wait?

It is important to assess the long term and short term value of any investment in order to make the right decision for your business. Make every effort to build your wealth instead of merely contributing to someone else’s.

Food for thought,

Nando

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One Response to “Is The Next Best Thing The Best Thing For You?”

  • Inbound Link on January 25, 2009

    Great advice…there is so much garbage being sold on the net. I agree that is better for you to create your own product to market rather than following all these get rich quick schemes.

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