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Finding a way

It’s a very old saying but like many such sayings, it persists because it speaks a truth.

Without a determination to achieve, then there won’t be any achievement, and especially so if coupled with inaction. Having a defining purpose as to ‘why’ there needs to be achievement in a particular area in life always helps.

The ‘why’ becomes the fuel behind the determination and the ‘will’ finds a way amongst all the obstacles that are mounted up to try and prevent any progress.

Finding a way

Many people have come up against problems that seem to be impenetrable, that seem to have been deliberately put there just for them to make all efforts to have got to where they have found themselves totally worthless, a total waste of time and energy, but yet something still gnawed away at them to find a way through…and they did.

At the very moment all seemed to have been lost, their will to progress, to succeed, found a way, when they had thought that they had given their all…they found that bit more.

There are so many examples of this ‘will’ left behind by others that it can easily be seen by too many that even though those people found their way through the mire, it was somehow easier for them, that somehow it was to be their destiny to achieve, that they were ‘better’ people.

If anyone was to read anything of the lives of these that found that piece of extra will they may have been influenced in the first instance that for them to have even to be reading about them, they were already ‘famous’, and so now whatever achievements they went onto make only added to them being ‘different’ from everyone else, doesn’t their subsequent ‘fame’ only prove it?

Not to the ones actually trying to navigate their way around the problems in their way…fame wasn’t even a concept that had any bearing on where they found themselves, they were still and probably still are despite all their ‘fame’ still ordinary, normal people.

For all the reasons why there’s achievements left undone by too many people, the main reason would be because there was a lack of will, everything is too difficult, too hard, too complicated until it isn’t. Everyone starts from the same place, each then develops at different stages, develops a different pace, develops one idea and discards it for another, building through experience, failing and falling, getting up again to keep their headlong journey through the time they have to attain a place that was just once an idea, a dream.

Plenty don’t make it, even though so many have arrived at a spot which in itself is an achievement, most likely a series of combined achievements already made…they fail to recognise the success that each step they have already made has brought…because lots of people have already made those steps, and the success is watered down, sometimes totally dispensed with, even worse, totally ignored.

If any reader should find themselves in a place where progress seems lost, when all that they see is failure, and the feeling of ‘uselessness’ abounds, step back away from there.

Leave that problem alone for a while, retrace where you’ve been, where you’ve come from…see the achievements made and appreciate that through them you’ve already made it so far, that ideas from your mind have already made it into reality, and the difficulties that were found and overcome can be overcome again…there will be a solution, and you will find it, because all you need is there inside of you…your will.

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Your MOST Important Decision.

This is a quick post, hopefully one that may stick…

Having made the brave and courageous decision to have a presence online and from which you hope to make some profit from, and then having decided to BUY a Domain Name and a Hosting Plan…there is now a need to MAKE SURE you have the means to KEEP ON keeping that presence alive and well.

Beyond ALL else the first expense you should always seek to meet is the ONE spot on the Internet that is solely yours. All the FREE stuff is owned and therefore controlled by others, others that you have probably NO influence over whatsoever or ever will have.

Whatever you build or have built on FREE platforms, does NOT and never will do, Belong to You.

Making the decision to own your own plot is the wisest choice you’ll ever make, the Free resources can offer opportunity for experimentation and the like, but YOUR PLACE will always be YOURS as long as you have the means to maintain it.

It doesn’t matter how much traffic actually visits or even uses of it, that’s incidental, what isn’t incidental is that if it’s not there, it can’t ever attract anyone!

Plenty give advice, freely or paid for, few tell you of this one very main item.

You’ve made a decision that could probably alter your life forever, and what’s more, you’ve taken action in actually implementing it, now all you need do is stand by what you’ve done and keep doing it!

Life is full of regrets, don’t make the failing of providing an online provision for your dreams and ambitions be one of them.

That’s it!

Thanks for the giving of your time and of your reading, until the next time, keep safe.

DigiProducts

Peter Turner DigiProducts

Owned and presently administered by Peter Turner, is a site he’s built that allows it’s members to bring their own offerings to a group with similar wants and needs.

The site is a ‘free’ membership site that, I think, appears to be the culmination of all his ideas of the ways individuals can make money on the Internet, thus is firmly placed in the ‘how to make money online’ category.

On first arrival, for those use to such places, the ‘script’ from which the site has been put together and subsequently built from, is a familiar one. Although it does have it’s own unique ‘branding’ logos, which of course allows it a degree of individualism from other sites built along the same formats, however, what does separates DigiProducts from so many others is the fare offered on the all important ‘menu’ column.

This column of headings usually directs members to the what the site has to offer and how to get best use from the site, and as such, usually incorporates a menu heading for ‘Downline Builder’, and this heading, for me, is the nugget of the site.

Yes it contains what anyone familiar with such sites would expect, sites to join that should be useful for the purposes that they offer, mailing facilities, traffic exchanges that presumably work, but it’s here Peter sets the members up to begin to have the opportunity to make a difference to their own businesses and/or programs they are involved with…and is able to put forward a chance to get involved with his other highly creditable sites too.

Of course DigiProducts acts for how it should, to attract like minded people, then funnels them down various avenues whereby opportunities become available for him, but so too do they open up an avenue for those members who are willing to work and adapt their methods based on his processes.

You don’t need a product, because Peter actually provides you with many that can be turned into your own give away, your own list building tool, your own product to do as you wish…and if you use any of his ‘freebies’ they are sure to offer reliable practical advice on ‘How to…’ I know, because I’ve adapted a few for my own purposes, and they have proven to me to work.

Like any other membership site, you only get from it what you are prepared to put into it.

If taking the ‘referral’ link and place it anywhere and everywhere and expect to succeed with what the site and it’s knowledge contains…I’d strongly suggest you re-appraise your ‘money making’ approach, this method is bound to lead to many hours, days, weeks of disappointment…you may get a click or two along the way, but, seriously, why would anyone want to follow someone who only cares about a click on a link, and add nothing to the possibilities of such a great site?

Too many in the ‘click on the link’ world seem to expect more than they get.

Too many sites seem to want just ‘numbers’ and not active members, they may have 25,000 members but only a handful will be active at any one time and most of these are competing with each other to try and grasp the few new members that come along.

This process then tends to lead site owners to open up ‘NEW’ membership sites stretching their imaginations as to provide a ‘unique’ value or worth to the new site that makes it different from the first one…

How some owners make any money is almost unfathomable…almost.

The ‘new’ site syndrome is done to create not just a pick up in income but also to keep building their lists…yet I am only aware of a handful who actually use the power of their lists in the way I’d expect them to…to offer advice FIRST then offer OPPORTUNITY second. Some owners don’t even offer anything…they seem as bored with their site as many of their ‘members’ appear to be.

Or they are making fortunes and have no need to show any inclination?

Be the above as it may…Peter and DigiProducts provide the ‘extras’ others would do more than well to follow, if not blatantly copy! He puts his views as he does gained through practical experience of ploughing through the mire that ‘making money online’ entails…he’s been where too many have ventured and provides a ‘class act’ of a series of products and steps that if you truly wish and want to make money online you’d do well to join and take advantage of someone ‘who knows’!

Peter Turner DigiProducts