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What REALLY works for small business owners? And what do small business owners really think of some of the deals they are offered by other internet marketers?
Marnie Pherson and I love to chat on Facebook about what's working in our businesses, what has been a total failure, who is too big a jerk to work with in the internet marketing industry, and how we really feel about life and work. In a conversation last week we decided to take it public - ALL of it. Welcome to the Marnie and Sue Peep Show - two successful internet marketer's unscripted chats about the good, the bad, the ugly and the sad of being a small business owner.
Our very first video chat we talk about being too hard on yourself, whether participating in collaborative books is worth it, why we think live events and social …
Do you fool yourself into thinking that you are taking purposeful action toward what you want? I do that sometimes. Honestly I think we all fall into this habit now and again. Being conscious about your behaviors and how they are purposeful toward what you say you want is key for succeeding in business and in one's personal life.
Here's a true story about an aquaintance who is lying to herself about being purposeful toward what she says she wants. We'll call this woman Elena. Elena is a hard worker and she's had a career for many years working in the hotel industry. She's mature - in her early 50's. After living in "the cold frozen north" as she puts it (her words, not mine) she decided to leave her steady job and move to the beach. And she decided that she wanted to sell real …