Why You Already Have What it Takes to Build a Successful Online Business [VIDEO]

Reader Q&A with Lynda Keagan

Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to be successful in online business? Have you ever doubted that you can succeed as an affiliate or run a huge product launch? Do you watch others being successful and think, “that will never be me”? If so, this is for you.

What it takes to succeed in online business

At one time or another, we all have doubts.

We think that we don’t have enough experience. Or that we have the wrong kind.

What Donald Trump Can Teach You About Great Marketing

7 Lessons from The Presidential Candidate

Whether you love him, hate him, or can’t quite figure him out, you have to admit that Donald Trump’s campaign for president is something to marvel at. I will not get political with this post (translation: I will probably say something that makes someone post something nasty in the comments), but I will share 7 things you can learn from Trump’s campaign to benefit your marketing.

Marketing Lessons from Donald Trump

DISCLAIMER: I am not endorsing Trump’s (or anyone else’s for that matter) campaign tactics, policies, or hairstyle. That said, I’ll probably make at least one or two commentaries that make you disagree with me…and hopefully laugh.

Here are the 7 things you can learn from Donald Trump’s campaign. Each of these, if applied correctly, can greatly benefit your next marketing campaign, whether it’s for your own launch or an affiliate promotion.

The #1 Reason You Suck at Selling

...and What to do About It

We’ve all been there. We’ve created a product or a service. Or perhaps it’s someone else’s product or service. We know it works but when it comes time to sell…the proverbial light switch fails to turn on.

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I’ve been there multiple times. Heck, multiple times every year.

The First Time I Tried to Sell

I remember the first time I tried to sell anything online. It was 2003 and I was flat out broke. I was 24 years old, still living with my mom, and living off of $1 frozen pizzas and Hot Pockets (to this day I can’t stand those things).

In other words, I needed the money. The next check wasn’t about getting to the next level or achieving my dreams. It was the difference between eating and not eating. I’d just been fired by my dad (yes that happened) and I was too driven (some say stubborn) to go on unemployment.

But I knew I had a good service to offer. In fact, at that time, I was the only person I knew of offering it. My problem was convincing potential clients that they needed what I offered.

The 7 Obsessions of Highly Successful People

Healthy Obsessions That Lead to High Performance

When I was a teenager, I was obsessed with one thing (and it’s not what you think). I woke up thinking about it, I went to bed thinking about it, and it consumed my mind throughout the day. After school, I could not wait for it. I planned every minute of my day around it. I was obsessed…and highly successful at this one thing.

The 7 Obsessions of Highly Successful People

For me, that one thing was golf. And the lessons I learned reaching the top levels of that game have benefited me throughout my life.

Finding Beauty in the Messiness of Life

How Embracing Messes Could be the Key to Success

I recently made a terrible parenting mistake. One that I swore I would never make. I’ve seen far too many well-intentioned people make this mistake. They want to prevent a loved one or someone they lead from feeling pain, making mistakes, embarrassing themselves, or accidentally going against a social norm.

Finding Beauty in the Messiness of Life

What was that terrible mistake that I made?

I told our four-year old daughter, Aracelli, not to play in the mud. Worse, I got mad at her for doing so.

That may not seem like a big deal to some of you. After all, there are important things to protect. Like our carpet, her clothes, and her lady-like behavior.

How to Finally Have a Breakthrough

Making the Impossible Become Possible

Is there a breakthrough you’ve been waiting for? Think for a moment right now…what is that something that you think will change your life, set you on a new course, and lead you towards the life you’ve been dreaming of? You may think your breakthrough is so far off, but the truth is that your breakthrough is a whole lot closer than you think.

How to Finally Have a Breakthrough

What is a Breakthrough?

Tony Robbins says that:

A breakthrough is a moment in time when the impossible becomes possible — when you don’t just talk about something, but you finally take massive action and do whatever it takes to make it happen. You make a move to truly change and improve your world. – MONEY Master the Game, Tony Robbins

Did you catch that?

Episode 68: Becoming Rejection Proof: An Interview with Jia Jiang

Have you ever been rejected? That’s like asking if you’ve ever drank water. Rejection is a part of the human experience. But…have you ever purposefully been rejected…over and over again? Today’s guest has.

Becoming Rejection Proof: An Interview with Jia Jiang

At the risk of giving away too much of his story, today’s guest, Jia Jiang, went on a rejection journey. After facing a crippling rejection, he started rejection therapy by purposefully seeking out opportunities to be rejected.

After his journey, he had a breakthrough. He realized that rejection isn’t something you should shy away from, but something that you can use to your advantage.

Living Without Embarrassment

Our three-year daughter Aracelli sings, dances, shouts with abandon, like no one is watching. At a recent concert, all of those were on display.

Living Without Embarrassment

We recently took Aracelli to her first concert. She danced like it was a private show, just for her. No embarrassment. No wondering whose watchful eyes were judging her. No fear of pointing fingers or snickering voices.

She sang at the top of her lungs, sometimes when the music wasn’t playing. She shouted in response to the artists. She felt no shame.

Why You Should Embrace Fear to Find Your Calling

You need fear. To live a life that actually means something, to do what you were born to do, to find your calling and fulfillment in life, you need to embrace fear. My advice to anyone who feels like they are wandering through life: Stop running from fear and start running to it.

Why You Should Embrace Fear to Find Your Calling

The Only Thing We Have to Fear

Fear is not something to be afraid of as Franklin D. Roosevelt suggested. It’s the very thing crying out to you, telling you what you are meant to do.