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Online Business Training CommunityPeople from all walks of life are flocking to the internet to make money but soon discover that without training and the right tools they have no way to increase their online earning power.

Some people set themselves up to fail by having faulty expectations of what it takes to conduct business online.

The internet itself is a tool, not an ATM money machine.  Only the government has the license to make (print) money.  The rest of us must earn it.

Many people who turn to the internet to secure their financial future have been working in a job for most of their working lives. I did!  And I discovered further down the track that my mindset was more aligned to a consumer, a buyer of services, than a person who made decisions from a business owner’s perspective.

As well, I took wrong turns and got side-tracked many times.  Without proper training and the right tools, it is harder to increase your online earning power.

I cannot emphasize enough the importance of getting unbiased training with no up-sells or add-ons later that you don’t really need.

Even when I followed the coaching of top marketers, I was still struggling because what I was being taught did not feel right for me, though I could see that the same advice was popular with others.

It took a while, but I discovered a basic truth.  Top marketers are not necessarily the best coaches for you as an individual.  Some are, but most are too focused on their own business model to give unbiased advice.   Most will train you to do exactly what they do, to clone their actions, so to speak, and to lead you to buy more of their products and services.

You may be one of the lucky ones and prosper because you and your coach are like-minded and kindred spirits and you really want to copy what they do.

And even when the coaching is of high quality, different gurus advise different methods, depending on the path they have taken.  But is it the right path for you?

Which path to take?
Which path to take?

I once made the mistake of joining a program created by a well-respected marketer. Had I seen the promotional material beforehand, I would never have joined. They turned out to be glossy images of bikini-clad females leaning against flashy sports cars. The products were mediocre at best. I left.

What I endorse must be something that I would proudly show to my family and closest friends without  hesitation.

The average marketer can end up with different pieces of the puzzle and nothing fits together to produce a clear picture or results.

I cannot emphasis enough how important it is that the guidance and coaching you receive does not come primarily from the voice of a vendor of products whose business exists solely to sell you more and more.  It can turn out to be an expensive lesson!

My recommendation is to get training and guidance from a place where the main focus is on delivering unbiased quality information and training, and does not involve constant up-selling.

I know such a place. What’s more, you can gain a lot even as a free member.  I recommend this without reservation to my family and closest friends.

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  • Rarely do I come across a blog that ís both equally educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you have hit the nail on the head. The issue is something not enough folks are speaking intelligently about.

    Training is only half of the solution though. Getting people to actually do something with what they learn seems to be the missing piece. What makes it worse is so much hype and misleading promotions about how easy it is to make money on the internet.

    I’m happy that I found this during my hunt for something regarding this topic. Thanks.

    • I always say that knowledge is power only if one takes action and applies the knowledge to a worthwhile purpose. I hear what you are saying. I’ve had and still have referrals who do nothing, despite my best efforts.

      I’m glad you found and enjoyed my blog. All the best with your online endeavors, Joaquin.

      ~Jude

  • I just wrote a long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t appear. Well, I’m not writing all that over again. Anyway, just wanted to say excellent blog! Your work is easy to read and follow. I picked up a few useful points from you site.

    There is so much information on the web, good and bad. It helps to understand things so one doesn’t waste time. I look forward to reading more from you.

    • Sorry that your initial comment disappeared. I checked and could not find it. Glad you found some useful info and stayed on to give me your feedback, Genie. I very much appreciate it. I totally agree with you about not wanting to waste time – it’s the most valuable asset we all have.

      ~Jude

  • That’s good, your blog is cool, I like it. I will take a look at that site. Training and help are important to get ahead.

    Thanks for the good read, my friend. I will read some of your other posts.

    • Hello Margaret, thanks for visiting my site. Glad you like my blog. Let me know if you have any questions or if I can help you with anything.

      All the best,
      ~Jude

  • I’m still getting to know all about posting articles on the web. I’m going to look
    around on your blog to get a better idea how to achieve success. Thanks for
    the assistance!

    • Thanks for dropping by and posting. I’m impressed, your voice-over site is going to be awesome. Go for it.

      By all means, if I can assist you with anything, let me know.

      All the best with your online endeavors. ~Jude

  • Your blog has useful information. I agree that the right training is necessary, especially when it comes to business. Too many instances of the blind leading the blind online.

    Your website is about a totally different subject than mine but the points you make apply to any type of online business. I learned through trial and error and wished I had proper training. Would have saved a lot of time and frustration.

    I like the way you send the reader to a distraction free page for reading your posts. I might try something like that on my site too.

    Kylee

    • Glad you found some useful information, Kylee. Good point about the blind leading the blind..lol. It happens a lot.

      I can relate to your trial and error method. Sometimes that is necessary.

      Let me know if I can help you with setting up distraction free posts. Thanks for stopping by. Your input is appreciated.

      ~Jude

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