How You Can Virtually Guarantee Your Online Success -

How You Can Virtually Guarantee Your Online Success


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Ever wondered why some of the online gurus are successful?  Do you think that it's always about them getting started at the right time?

Hmmm...Something to think about. 

Some would say it's because they are young.  They are computer savvy and has all of this tech stuff down.

They know about traffic generation and conversions.  They've picked the right product and know how to write persuasively in their copy-writing skills.


Truthfully, some of that stuff matters, but it's not the core of it.  It goes a little deeper than that.  It is something that you need to set down for a second to get.

When I say sit down, I mean it takes time to really reflect on you. 

Ask yourself this question.

"What really drives me?"  What type of passion do I have within me?  What do people look for me to solve?  What could I do every single day without fail and enjoy it?

These are the types of questions you need to answer.  When you do that, being successful at anything will come so naturally to you.

That is one of the things that most entrepreneurs or even marketers gloss over.  They are so head strong about making money and don't stop to realize what actually creates money.

When you make money online, it is a direct reflection of how you have solved a problem for someone else.

And because you solved that problem, you get compensated for it.  Nothing more and nothing less.

If you have no value (passion for what you love to do), the rewards will be just that.....NONE.

So how do I guarantee that I will be successful in my online business? 

That's one of the things that I'm always asking myself and here is my conclusion. 

Get clear on YOU.  Find out what makes you tick.  I mean inside and out.  Don't worry about what others are doing.  Focus on you.

If it means that you pull away from the computer for a while to get it, then do that.  You've got to get this right. 

If you don't, you will continue to struggle and you will not have any success. 

You see, coming online is simple.  But when you decide that you want to do it, what is it that you have to offer? 

Well, you may be saying I want to do internet marketing. 


So what are you going to market? 

Do you see where I'm going with this? 

You have to have something to market and primarily it's an extension of you as a person.  If it's that you want to sell a product that you see others selling, that's not good enough.

You may sell a few of them, but it's not who you really are.  It doesn't give you the same feeling of being fulfilled.

Let's just say, it's not your destiny.  It's a filler for you until you really tap into the real you.

I hope this doesn't sound "airy" to you.  That's not the intent.  The true intent is to share with you that at some point you gotta stop listening to everybody and what it is that they are doing.

Find YOU.

I mean the real you. 

When you do that, things will make more sense to you.  It will be easier for you to establish your true identity online and position you for massive success.

Why?  Because now you're clear and are operating with purpose.  Not just flying by the seat of your pants.

You're now driven. 

Purpose driven at that. 

It's a better position to be in.  It carries with it a better feeling of accomplishment.  It changes lives because it's genuine.

It's attractive.

People feel you now.  They realize that you're doing it because you really care for it and not just because you're making money.

If the money was taken out of the equation, you would still be driven to do it.

That my friend will virtually guarantee your success in anything.  Not just an online business.

Hope you got some value and a better understanding from this post.

That was definitely my intention for you.

til next time,


P.S.- Let us know your thoughts.  Please comment below.

Jerry Handy

Jerry is a driven entrepreneur who's primary desire is to empower others to be successful in business. He realizes that true success is first development of mindset and personal development. Being a home business owner is an awesome goal and definitely possible when you take it on as a business and not a hobby.

  • Jerry, my man!

    Absolutely brilliant post! Totally spot-on, hit-the-nail-on-the-head, on-the-ball kinda stuff!

    Having that clear sense of who we are and why we want what we’re aiming for is absolutely crucial. Without it a person may accidentally stumble across success, but more often than not they’ll be headed for failure, frustration and disappointment.

    The fact is that most people simply aren’t prepared to do what’s needed in order to succeed online. It’s sad but the statistics speak for themselves. What is it, something like like 98% of people fail to make money online? Whatever the percentage, failing to have the points you mentioned clearly in their minds and, indeed, their hearts, is, I believe, the biggest factor to that failure. People can go all out for the money and the ‘things’ all they want, but sooner or later they will find that it simply isn’t enough. There has to be more.

    What I find particularly interesting about this post is that it fits in nicely with my latest podcast. Not only that, but we both chose the same feature picture! Wow, talk about being in sync, eh? lol! 😉

    Thanks for this great content, Jerry. You knocked it out of the park again, bro! 😉


    • Jerry Handy says:

      Wow, we were in sync Glenn. I had no idea that you chose that particular image. It goes to show that we are not only moving our business forward, but we are also in tune with our audience.

      So many people are dealing with these little obstacles that pop up from time to time. If you’re not careful, what some would consider a tiny feat will end up taking you out of the game.

      It will cause you to fail, when you were so close to success. I always say, don’t give up…you’re too close to the finish line or should I say that pot of gold. So many have gotten there and so can you.

      Thanks for sharing and contributing on the blog Glenn.


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