If there’s 1 thing that’s true online…
…it’s that “money is attracted to speed.”
If you want to be ultra-successful there’s one thing I suggest:
Don’t try to be perfect.
(Take me for instance. Yesterday I forgot to add the “.com” for the link I sent you yesterday. Doh!)
Instead be a habitual action taker.
Most of the time 90% is good enough.
Trying to fix everything so it’s perfect isn’t worth your time or money. Do great work, but don’t fail to take action because you think you may have misplaced a comma…
…or because you fear that you’ve misspelled a word or two.
I’m sure that most of my posts are littered mistakes.
Enough to make any English teach want to pull their hair out.
Has that stopped me from writing them?
Hellz to the nah.
We’re lucky to be internet marketers.
We can get away with minor qualitative mistakes.
In other industries, say pharmaceuticals, even a .01% defect rate can justify a recall and bring on millions of dollars of lawsuits. Rejoice that you don’t have to worry about this type of detail. Seriously, we’re spoiled as internet marketers.
People DON’T expect you to be perfect.
Here’s the point:
All your customers care about is that you can deliver results.
That’s about it.
The more people you can help…
…the more dough you can get your paws on.
It’s really that simple.
People care less about your minor mistakes…
…and more about overcoming *their* problem.
Help them do that, and you’ll reap the rewards.
Later dudes (and dudets),