I can only answer these questions after assessing their responses to a few of my own questions.
How Do You Measure Success?
Are you looking for financial freedom?
By that, I mean, are you trying to quit your job and work for yourself?
Are you trying to establish yourself as an authority or expert in your field?
This kind of success can be achieved without quitting your job, and in fact, people often seek this type of success because it helps them move up in their job or career.
Are you seeking massive wealth?
What Are You Willing To Invest Toward Your Online Success?
How much money do you have to invest in your business?
How much money can you raise, earn or borrow to build it into what you want?
How much time are you willing and able to dedicate?
What is your current understanding of the money and time required for online success?
What Do You Want To Succeed In?
Do you want to be a writer, a blogger, a prestigious team leader of your opportunity, a dating guru?
What is your passion?
What Do You Bring To The Table?
What do you have experience in?
What are you good at already?
What do you have special knowledge in?
What is a particular skill you have?
What Will You Need To Learn?
Do you have to learn copywriting?
How about video production, marketing, advertising?
Make a list.
What Are You Willing To Learn?
This is important because for what you want to accomplish, it might be necessary to learn html coding, or stand in front of a camera and shoot a face to front video.
But maybe you hate doing those things and are therefore likely to resist and procrastinate.
You should think of this in advance and choose to succeed in something that does not require you doing things you don’t like.
Probably the biggest example of this is “selling”.
When Are You Ready To Start?
This is where I find out if somebody is really looking for the shortest path to online success, or if they’re confusing online success with “push button,” “cruise control” or “instant” success.
Those who are ready to start immediately, or at least by a date certain… I consider that they are serious in their intent.
Those that make excuses like, “I’m kind of busy now” or “I have to figure out where to begin, first”… are most likely dreamers and procrastinators.
Either way, once I’ve had this conversation with a student or client, I can tell exactly how I can (or sometimes, cannot) assist them.
The Shortest Path To Online Success
Whatever sort of online success you might be seeking, the shortest path to “getting there” is revealed in my 5 minute video:
So, there you have it…
Some of the key questions, plus the one big answer (in the video) that addresses all of them.
Of course, there’s a lot of pieces to the puzzle. No one answer “fits all”. It’s a step by step, day by day process, that folks usually need some help with on an individual basis.
That’s the kind of help I give every day to members of the Whirlwind Success “VIP Club.”
Why not check it out for yourself?
Whatever path you decide to embark upon, remember the “Shortest Path To Online Success” that I’ve taught you here.
What’s your online path?
How do you address the obstacles and challenges you encounter?
Have you pretty much answered all the questions I’ve asked here? (It’s a good idea to write out your answers for clarity).
I’d love to have your comments and insights in the comments section below.
Particularly, I would like to hear what you think of the “Shortest Path To Online Success” that I described in the video.