Starting your business doesn’t have to be painful when you use the correct kind of internet marketing
HMMMPF. The sound of defiance as I explain the cost and benefit of internet marketing, while he mentally decides to do it all himself.
At the age of five, I stubbornly jumped off the high dive a total of eight times, exchanging landings between my face and back. I bled. And my mother sat on the side patiently awaiting my surrender.
Each time I passed her on my way back to the high dive she would ask, “Are you ready to learn?”
My mother understood that I was trying to imitate an older more experienced diver. She understood that there is a right way and a wrong way to do things. After eight times of body flopping on the concrete-like surface of the water, I gave-in and withdrew in the battle between independence and dependence.
My mother had asked the diver I was failing to copy if he would teach me once I stopped being a moron and he graciously accepted.
I spent the rest of the day learning how to dive. I went from diving off the side of the pool to a low diving board. I eventually reached my goal of the high dive and with proper guidance and instruction I eventually was able to do some pretty cool dives off the high dive.
Businesses no longer achieve the same ROI results from traditional advertising as before. You can try to go about it independently using trial and error like I did at the age of five, or you can use a constant truth that my mother understood – ask for help.
There is always going to be a cost. At five I had to learn that doing that awesome somersault in the air before gracefully slicing into the water was going to take time. For an impatient 5-year-old, that concept is strenuous.
At the mature age of 24, my entrepreneurial minded friend is learning the same concept, except his cost is financial and unlike my time cost, his cost has a limit.
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