Is Fear of Failure Holding You Back?

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Conquers fears of failing, replaces it with more fulfillment, freedom, and

A great headline…Too bad it is not the outcome for many would be or 
wanta be entrepreneurs.

Why do so many hop into this business, full of good intentions, but they 
don’t do anything with what they learn?

While I do get the “discomfort” of trying out new things…

Oftentimes, it’s simply fear of failure being placed in the wrong spots.

For example, many hard-working, smart and savvy people may let fear 
get in the way of them running their first Facebook Ad.

Or to send out their first marketing related email, or to put on a webinar 
and make an offer.

But here’s the thing…

Even a very IMPERFECT ad, email, or webinar can get you to $10K per 
month in profit. (Or, much more that.)

Imperfect actions is what drives results.

Just my thoughts here, but it could be more effective if we view what we 
are doing as “versions”?

(Sort of like Apple, FB, Microsoft, and just about every other business 

This way you can get something out the door, but it doesn’t have to be 

It’s Version 1.0

If version 1 blows up, that’s fine.

But more than likely…You’ll start getting leads and sales, and you can
always improve to 2.0 later on if you’d like.

If you can just DO IT… with massive imperfect action, the payoff can be 
very big for you.

And it’ll always be worth it.:

If you’d like help?

Try this… Most of the work has already been done.

You’ll just have to be willing to follow their simple plan to drive leads into 
your business you can have access to.

Which can result in up to $1K to $10K commissions rolling your way.

All by taking consistent, little, imperfect actions.

Hope this was useful and that you received enormous value!

Conquers fears of failing, replaces it with more fulfillment, freedom, and 
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Until next time…Live Long and Prosper!

Talk to you soon,

Stan Fuller