Last updated on March 2nd, 2021. Posted in Higher Ideal.
If you really want to start an online business...but you're really feeling uncertain...if you're sitting there thinking, "I don't know what I should do...I don't know what kind of business I should start," then you need to stop everything and sort yourself out.
Here are links and resources mentioned in today's video. Enjoy!
Seriously, get the hell off the internet and marvelling at the made-up lives of social media superstar losers. Seriously, it's all fake! Fake likes. Fake followers. Fake boobs. What a bunch of hacks. And by giving them your attention, you're their customer! They make ad revenue through views...your views!
You've gotta do what's right for you, not what's right for someone else.
Think of it this way: The social media influencer you admire most loves Cheese Doodles and pickle-flavoured Pringles. Does that mean you have to like them too? They also like Prada and Versace. Does that mean you have to like those as well?
They claim to have made millions with drop shipping and Amazon FBA. Does that mean those are right for you, too? Think for yourself -- you're a living, breathing human being, with a unique set of preferences, skills, goals, likes, and dislikes...not a non-thinking automaton!
Just because some social media dweeb claims to have made millions with drop shipping doesn't mean that business model is right for you.
Throw your phone in a lake, get out a notebook and a pen, and figure things out. For real -- instead of wishing you were someone else, imagining their life was yours, you need to figure out what's right for you. What are you about? What do you want? What works for you? What doesn't work for you?
If you're drawing a blank, just keep asking yourself those questions..."What do I want? Who do I want to serve? What works well for me?" Ask them for days, weeks, or even longer if you need to.
Take as much time as you need because figuring yourself out is one of the most important things you'll ever do.
If you don't have anything you'd say, "hell yes!" to, then you need to go find it.