Well, It took me two years to learn and understand this point.
"Internet is been built on the base of real life situations."
1) Think about the mistakes you've done when u started your internet journey and relate them to real life conditions.
2) Think about the good times u faced on net and relate them also.
The conclusion is: Whatever type of work u do on net result in the same condition that you'll face in real life on similar work.
1) When we started our journey we assumed people as imaginary bodies (First 5-6 months) and behaved in unusual ways, therefore, resulted into break-up. But as we gained experience we balanced our nature according to the conditions.
2) The More work u do the more profit you'll gain. Don't assume that internet is an booster for your popularity and money as because lots of people achieved this (But there is a big work behind their success).
3) I think the successful companies are already aware of this fact and building the web on this base to make internet a good place for survival.
Just Sharing my thoughts.
if you have any related, share them here for the benefit of newbies who think that internet is just an game for them.
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