Most remember Yoda for his role in the Star Wars movies overlooked however was the profound internet marketing insights he shared! In one concise statement Yoda pretty much summed up what it takes to succeed as an internet entrepreneur. His infamous quote ‘do or do not, there is no try’ is quite descriptive of what it takes to become successful with your own profitable business online!
Let’s have a look at the 3 points Yoda was really trying to make in terms of what it takes to flourish online as an internet entrepreneur!
It Requires Your Involvement
For the most part the internet environment is made up primarily of entrepreneurs which means these businesses are operated in a ‘hands on’ fashion. Are you ready to roll up your sleeves or content to simply sit there and make excuses? In this way you can ‘do or do not’ but in order to become successful working online you will need to get actively involved if you want to develop a profitable business! On the other hand if you don’t have the interest in investing the effort that your choice and it’s OK!
Low Barriers of Entry
Both technical and financial barriers https://dkingmarketing.com are low enough for just about anybody to get started as an internet entrepreneur! Here too the opportunity is readily available and realistically within the grasp of those who have the motivation and desire to build their own profitable business and take charge of their destiny! This takes away any excuses many typically offer when trying to branch out on their own. Since both money and technical ‘know how’ are not factors the only barrier blocking your success is whether you’re willing to ‘do’ as Yoda would say! Are you?
Both success and failure are products of your own efforts and persistence. If you truly ‘try’ to become successful with a business online you’ll likely succeed! On the other hand if you are only going to go through the motions your results will probably reflect the effort you put into it! The cool thing about it is you control the quality of effort you decide to invest and therefore in either case, success or failure, you are accountable for the outcome!