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  1. This is enlightening! I’ve attended several online programs promising me huge returns but none of them worked! I was starting to doubt myself. Maybe it was really me that was the problem. Maybe putting up an online business is not for me. I’m glad to read your insight on this.

  2. What if I’m only a good writer but not so much a good speaker? Am I hopeless?

  3. I also hate it when marketers say that their way is THE ONLY BEST WAY. I have yet to find the perfect business model that fits me but at least now I don’t feel so hopeless anymore.

  4. Lourdes, that’s pretty much my situation but I speak anyway. I went through the Toastmasters program. I’ve done a lot of online speaking, using a printed out script (which I wrote, of course). When I speak, I edit the recording to get rid of long pauses, uhs, ums, etc. So, you’re not hopeless! Just go out and do it as best you can!

  5. Fleur, an online business is not for everyone. But maybe you just needed some ongoing coaching. Or you didn’t persist enough. I can’t say without knowing more, but success is a combination of finding a business that fits your likes and skills and then you giving it all you’ve got!

  6. Ellen,

    $197 for an hour is a lot of money to me. I believe I make $17.28 an hour. Of course, I’m grateful for it. And I get that each week for putting in a 40 hour a week. I just wrote a book. But not sure I’m ready for an online business at age 65. I can see the possibility, but I just don’t know what I have to sell. My book is a self-help book called You Can Choose Your Life: How to Live a Life You Love By Getting Out of Your Mental Prisons. And there are lots of questions, exercises, and practices in it. But I’m not sure how to monetize, if there is a market, and if I can. I’m not ready to go public–especially without. Maybe in a year when I retire. But I am intrigued by what you may be able to offer.

  7. Neal, I don’t do 40 hours at that price, for sure! So it’s a different model — a product/service. Your book sounds wonderful and I’m sure there’s a market for it. A fairly easy way to start is to put it on Amazon as a Kindle book but you should have follow-up products and maybe services. That’s where you really start to have a business. You might be interested in Reach the Stars Club, which offers coaching on Fridays, lots of reports and worksheets, and a Facebook group where you can ask questions and share what you’re doing. Check it out at https://www.changetheworldmarketing.com/starsclub/.

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