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Awesome tip Andrew! Overwhelm is haunting the internet and bloggers fall prey to this predator quite easily. Its easy to get lost in the sea of information and that too conflicting information. As you say, a mentor is absolutely necessary – especially in the earlier days of blogging!
Did you have a mentor in the early days? Were they easy to find? How did you go about finding one?
Dear Andrew –
Great video. You look so approachable and friendly. Loved the nice smile at the end.
And you are so right. Find someone WHO ALREADY DOES WEBSITES.
Ask to see them. Then decide…………..
Stop skipping around.
Thank YOU for your kind words – they make a huge difference to me.
It’s a shame so many website owners just skip around, waste far too much time doing things themselves. They could be using their own strengths on building their business rather than trying to deal with everything.
It’s about believing you can, and accepting nothing less.
Most people don’t want to live ordinary lives.
Always strive for the extraordinary.
We’ve had great success getting conversions on forums, something my partner Matt talks more about here: http://www.firepolemarketing.com/2013/05/03/forums-firestarter/
Would love your input on that post Andrew!
Just remember guys, keep your head up, if you want it bad enough, and you put in the work, you will get it!
…and you’d get it much quicker if you are NOT overwhelmed!
Great video Andrew! Learn lots of new things from this awesome video. Now a days I am looking for a mentor to learn affiliate marketing.
Where have you been looking for a mentor to help you?
Nice video and Thanks for sharing these useful tips with us. Yes, feeling overwhelmed is one of the main reason of becoming unsuccessful in any field. I really like the point of choosing a mentor and learns from him.
Do you have a mentor?
How do you deal with being overwhelmed?
At this moment, I learned all these blogging things from my friend who is blogging from past two years and we both studying in the same college.
Sounds like you have a good friendship!
I totally understand your point. Running a business is overwhelming, not just the on-line side.
I tend to use my strengths and ask others to do the things I’m not so good at.
That’s a very sensible approach. I do similar!
Dear Andrew –
I started my blog seven years ago. I was quickly overwhelmed.
I took Yaro Starik’s course and shared my worry.
He gave me the best advice I ever got.
He answere. ‘You are a writer. Not a tech.- find someone to do that for you.”
I still would not know a plug in if it arrived at my door by UPS.
But I stumbled on Andrew. After three other techs who did not know much more that I did.
This is an unsolited testimonial.
Most of us were born in the wrong generation. My grandson could access Googe when he was five.
Put your life in Andrew’s hands. He will take it from you so you can concentrate on what yu do best.
He is expert, patient, and fair in pricing.
Plus he is real gentleman.
If you are wandering about not knowing how to do things – connect with him.
I feel blessed having this tech Guardian Angel taking care of all my screw ups.
Thanks for those kind words, Corinne.
Many people think they are failures if they have to ask others for help.
I see it as a strength.