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How To Brand Yourself as an EXPERT This Very Instant

Posted Date: Oct 20th, 2008 11:58 | Hits: 958
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It's been reported as high as 95% of all people who venture into the world of work from home business FAIL before ever getting their business off the ground.

Whether it's a lack of experience, knowhow, work ethic or just poor choice of program(s) in general is subject for debate, but if I had to give you just one reason why so many fail I would without a single doubt have to blame a total lack of proper business planning.

Let me ask you for just a second Who You are?  What are you about, what do you like?  Not Like?  LOVE??

Have you taken ANY of this into consideration BEFORE joining and promoting that program?

Hopefully this is not you, but all too many have joined some program in hopes of CASHING in on the BS HYPE without ever taking themselves, their own happiness or the fact that they already are an expert at something.... Yes, EVERYONE IS ALREADY AN EXPERT AT SOMETHING!! 

And someone else WANTS to know that Which YOU Already Do!

So what is it?  What is it that makes you tick, sets you apart from everyone else and will make you stand out uniquely from the entire internet marketing crowd?

Quit pitching and Brand yourself as an expert today...people will notice!  This is simplicity and REAL OPPORTUNITY at it's a better way today!

Bushman Out!

P.S.  I've just barely scraped the tip of the iceburg here!  Feel free to Share your insights, opinions or questions....



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Ian B  Jul 27th, 2010
This article brought out some interesting observations. Good work :-) I'll be waiting for a next installment as well Thanks.

Darlene Isberg  Jul 22nd, 2010
Boring. It seems everyone is looking for a fast buck and never stay with a program long enough to find out if the program is viable or not. Fast is the key, so just send them money and forget the rest of the stuff, like advertising, hard work, boring entries and so on. You can bear their costs, cause they are too dumb to realize there are costs involved as well. Sound like fun and pass - it on to you. I don't have the patience for all the whiners out there. They have to learn how to suck it how, get screwed by those before them and so on. Work from home is the same as running your own real business and it is tough.

drknlvly6781  Sep 4th, 2009
This is the old adage once again, "People don't join opportunities, people join PEOPLE" If you build a relationship with your contacts where you seem knowledgeable about what you have to offer, and honest, then people will join you in your opportunities.

The biggest mistake people make is to continuously talk about the aspects of their opportunity, in hopes they will join them.

heartuvgold  Nov 9th, 2008
I think it all boils down to being able to not only talk the talk but to walk the walk as well. Pretty is as pretty does and ugly speaks for itself. Same thing applies to experts and dummies.

peaceful  Oct 22nd, 2008
Good to know that somebody else has got a Funny Bone, too! :) Ya gotta bring the LAFFS... We don't want to ever be without 'em! :)

pplcheryl63  Oct 22nd, 2008
I thought you were leaving the whole Fish Dude thing out of it!

glnagy  Oct 22nd, 2008
Lol...Ok, I really don't think we want to get into the whole 'expert dummy' area of things, way to much competition out there! :)

This is actually really simple, for instance you wouldn't believe how many followers I get on twitter just because of my picture...and they're all outdoor enthusiests wanting to know where and how I caught that fish...and just so happen to be the kind of people who are already interested in my offline 'rustic wood' product!

pplcheryl63  Oct 22nd, 2008
SansSecret: Ok, I confess. I
There are a lot of those crowns to go round. I personally where the crown in several areas....but that's okay I just find someone who doesn't wear the crown and pick their brain! That's the nice thing about getting to know people and make friends, you always know an expert somewhere in something!

SansSecret  Oct 22nd, 2008
Ok, I confess. I'm the 'expert dummy'. Willing to give up my 'crown', but as yet, haven't found anyone as qualified as me to wear it! :(

Great post.

glnagy  Oct 20th, 2008
Thanks Lisa, Looking forward to hearing all about your new venture and area of expertise :)

btw, I can personally attest to everyone commenting here so far being an expert at social networking!

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