How to be successful?
The answer is so simple that most people do not believe.
Success is about doing the same tasks that have worked, again and again, no matter how mundane they are.
If you want more sales, just keep doing the same thing that made your first sales.
If you want to be a successful speaker, just keep on practicing public speaking.
Think about it.
A successful singer sings almost everyday.
A successful salesman repeats the same sales pitch almost everyday.
Every successful person has one thing in common:
They keep on doing what they did right, again and again, no matter how mundane it is.
What do losers do?
Losers abhor mundane tasks.
They only do things that interest them or things they have to do.
Let me ask you…
Do you like singing? If you do, how about singing everyday, will you get bored? If that were not enough, how about sing the same song everyday? That’s what a professional singer does.
Or take motivational speakers for example. They have to repeat the same presentation in every seminar, not to mention the countless of practicing they have done behind the scene. You think it is interesting or boring?
I told you in my earlier newsletter that in 2004, I created my first mini content website and made some money from Adsense. At that time, I asked myself, “What if I create 100s of those websites?”
That was what I did during my spare time.
I purchased private label articles, rewrote them and created many mini content websites with those articles.
With my experience in search engine optimization, it didn’t take long for the new websites to start getting traffic and making money from Adsense. Some websites made $50 a month. Better ones can make $200 a month.
Few years down the road, I had accumulated about 200 of such websites, earning about $10k a month from Adsense alone.
Sounds good right?
What did I do to achieve that?
Nothing really spectacular.
I just kept doing the mundane task of creating mini content websites again and again.
Remember, success is about doing the same tasks that have worked, again and again, no matter how mundane they are.
It’s always true!