We do have experience. Just because the Internet or marketing business may be new to us, does not mean total novice “newbie” personally or professionally. It doesn’t mean that we do not have the ability to learn what to do to make it work if there does happen to be areas that we may be ‘challenged’ in. Today, we are the sum total of all that we have experienced or learned so far in our lives. We should consider every situation or transaction to be ‘stepping-stones’ – significant pages in our little black book of experience. All experiences can be conducive to your eventual success if we keep an open mind and see things rightly.
We should be aware of the resources that we do have. We should know what assets we have and where they are in our head, so that we can get to them in any situation. If we just take time to think we could figure out what to do. ‘Thinking on your feet’ being an art that comes with experience to the degree that you gain confidence from your accomplishments.
We should never accept feeling that we can’t do something because we don’t measure up in this department or that department!? If we truly want to do something we will learn how – we will search until we find the way. We will try different things and find that somethings work and some don’t at any given time. The things that don’t work are in every way as much of a lesson than learning to do something right.
It’s all character building in how we handle the twists and turns. If we land on our feet it will usually be because we were really engaged in our business and taking it seriously. When a big wave came we rode it out and we had contingency plans. In fact ‘when the world gave us lemons, we made lemonade’.
On the other hand, obstacles may have presented themselves and at the time we were not able to overcome them. If we have made a mistake, it’s ok, because a ‘mistake is not a failure’ necessarily. We can just pick up the pieces and keep them all together; so that we can refer to them in the future should an opportunity arise where we believe and/or know it is a better time to start a home business than it may have been on the last attempt. Ever ‘Onward and Upward!’