kenna zahn | kzsbiz

Self improvement on myself of Course

Aug 23rd 2010 at 12:11 AM

Okay so I am one of those newbies to "making money online" and I have gone from being really, really enthusiastic and gungho to learn whatever I could and listen to all the advice that people gave to me. To now, a totally confused, broke, wary wreck thats pulling my hair out by the roots, due to all the BS I have purchased, became an affiliate too, or joined  and can't even remember who is who? and what is what?!

I know that i am not the first one to go thru this, and I"m pretty sure I am not going to be the last either, but I have made a decision  that I am not going to; sign up, click on, join, pay for, or download anything else til I can make heads or tails out of all the things on my computer that I have willingly "Saved As" 

Am I allowed to put a list of : Names,Websites, traffic Sites, domain sites, affiliate sites, learning sites, reselling sites, and my blogging sites on faceplate so that you guys can give me your opinions on the ones you know `and what your opinion is about them? This would probably keep me from pulling any more hair out of my head!!!!

 This can be  "MY SELF-IMPROVEMENT"  education The self improvement part is going to be me not jumping in without  researching it first  and to stop  thinking that each ebook, video and forum was the one that was going to teach me what the heck i am doing so i have to buy it!!!

Thanks for letting me bend your ear for awhile. I really appreciate it very much



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Jun 22nd 2011 at 7:58 PM by bjfoot
Many of us... more than you want to count have "Been There Done That!" You are not alone. What worked for me was just cutting the crap and going for what really grabbed me and then focusing on that, but if you've got the Titanic Treasure Trove... Cutting thru is not always easy... Especially when it requires cleaning the computer off. Unless, you don't mind the "delete" button. yhbecpublisher has given you a great place to start helping with your decision making process. GOOD LUCK!
Jan 2nd 2011 at 5:20 PM by LonnieG
Yes, Kenna, I think many of us have experienced something like what you have described in your article. For me the answer has been to concentrate on the true basics that I know will benefit the vast majority of the folks I work with rather than the narrow niche areas that might appeal to me, but do not enjoy broad based appeal or require skill sets that many people do not have and may not be willing to take the time and effort (and expense) to acquire. Much success to you in 2011! ~LonnieG
Oct 1st 2010 at 7:39 AM by yhbecpublisher
In answer to your question about adding a list of the things you currently have, yes you can. Also a place you can check the programs out is
Sep 12th 2010 at 7:29 AM by Siamak
If you need anything as help please ask me, madam. I will be happy to help you

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