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Thursday, 3 July 2014

Are you a frog?




Knowing how to focus is one of the great key to success with Traffic Exchange. With so many offers and program pitch you get when you surf, you have to be strong in your focus to promote one business.

Focus means, to keep promoting one business whatever the result you have right now. If you can keep doing it long enough, people will come to you and join you.

I see so many people jumping from program to program daily. I don’t know if they upgrade in all of them, but I’m sure that they aren’t making a penny using that technique.

“One reason so few of us achieves what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. Most people dabble their way through life, never deciding to master anything in particular.”
-          Anthony Robbins

If you focus, you can work to reach more and more people. If you start again with something new everyday, then you’ll waste time and energy to reach the same people again and again. And the fact that you’re promoting something new everyday will build a reputation for you that you’re a frog.

People that aren’t focus will not get much success. People want stability and support from someone who really believe in their business. When you change your advertising on a daily basis, you send the message that you’re not strong in your belief about that business.

People that are promoting the same things over and over gain that respect. They become associated with that business and people start to see them as a reference for it.

Ok there’s also the starting program. Lots of people are jumping on start up. Yes, that could be nice if you do bring a lot of people into your downline of that new program. Else, you’re wasting credits and time promoting something that you will not promote a few days from now.

There’s no short cut to success.

Earn more with Serge

3 comments:

Kathy Clouse said...

I think I am a frog but am getting out of the water! Good post as usual, Serge. Thanks for the thoughts

Serge Cote said...

I was a frog too. I had to realize it before I could do anything about it. :)

Deya Hroob said...

Hello Serge,
It's a great post, it's really helpful. I'm a frog but I will be not anymore especially when I read your post.

Thanks Serge