How are you treating your business?
Is it a hobby or a business?
How are you treating your online business? Are you treating it as a hobby or as a business? If you are treating it as a hobby it will pay you like a hobby and if you are treating it as a business, it will also pay you as a business.
In the computer world, we talk of GIGO - Garbage In Garbage Out, Don't expect a computer to be clever, if you feed it garbage it will produce an output for you based on your inputs.
Let me talk in layman terms now. Here is the situation, many of us have chosen our respective niches right? ( Provided we are following the training). If the answer is Yes. Let's proceed to the next question. What work plan have you set for your niche i.e. in terms of your weekly targets, monthly targets?
Let's not focus on things that out of our control for now. Let's focus on those things that are in our control.
What is in our control?
What is in our control are the number of publications we can post per week, month or per year. What's is in our control is ensuring that the set goals are met in terms of those articles. What is in our control is following up on our action plan. In simple terms, taking responsibility for that which is our mandate towards the success of our business, and leaving things to chance.
How often do you adjust your work plan if it is not working?
They say insanity is doing the same things over and over again and expect different results. If there is need to intensify your efforts, better do that. If there is need to improve on the quality of your posts, better do that.
Always there are two people you can't lie to, Yourself and God alone. You know the truth of what is happening in your business. Face it and take action. Don't expect somebody to come and take responsibility for your business.
I hope we can find time to review our work plans and have a proper reality check on what we are doing to our businesses. If you truly know, you have done all there is to do, you have not left any stone un-turned, then just leave room for miracles.
Remember it's a process, not an event. Be patient in consistently following your work plan and reviewing it as many times as you can.