Are some people just made for succeeding on the internet?

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  1. NiaG profile image88
    NiaGposted 6 years ago

    Are some people just made for succeeding on the internet?

    It seems to just come to some naturally.

  2. Jerrico Usher profile image54
    Jerrico Usherposted 6 years ago

    I'm writing a document on this right now actually... it's not that anyone is "made" for succeeding, it's what you know that makes the difference. Most people have the wrong perception of what success, failure, and dynamicity means or how they are three power sources of success overall.

    For those who it seems to come naturally to, they are simply focused on the right perception and have in some way already practiced the skill sets necessary to turn anything (internet or otherwise) into gold. There is a formula for success but even that formula is dynamic...

    I originally wrote this for my hubpages book but I'm seriously considering turning this first one into a hub or giveaway book on the reality of making money online (or offline) and success... It's 38 pages so it may be too big but I'm sure I could condense it somehow...

    The overall gist of why it's easy for some than others is that they aren't kidding themselves, looking for shortcuts, and not ordering courses or trying to reach the money without earning it. They realize that information is just potential power, there are no actual static steps to success, just foundations. Being a dynamic thinker is essential- realizing that you must always validate what you learn, that you need to always research and fully develop an awareness of every step your taking.

    Also never taking others steps as gospel, but seeing them as an example of how it's done, a starting point you use to cultivate your own skill set in the same area.

    We have to brand them to our own experience and re-brand all information to fit into our own reality. Experience is about spinning information into gold really- fully comprehending anything requires you to translate it into your own unique language.

    Even if others seem to fall into it, they aren't- they are simply putting in the work. Work that they may have already done to build a muscle makes doing it now habitual in nature. it only seems that they inherited it, but they worked at it like anyone else.

    I can do things that others think is genius or magic but it's not- it's just that I put in the work to learn how to learn, how to be dynamic, how to always validate, always pursue new ways, new information, and to learn from others- not copying them or their style but seeing it as an aha moment I exploit to my own brand and practice.

    I'm sure you have certain skills that others consider magical or inherited, but in reality you may have developed them early in life. Action is the magic ingredient, dynamic thinking is the sword, and information is the catalyst, the straw if you will, the action is the spinner that turns that straw into gold...

  3. AllieRambles profile image60
    AllieRamblesposted 6 years ago

    I think it is like making it offline.  With determination and the knowledge needed anyone can make it.  It is not done overnight but over time.

  4. stuff4you profile image64
    stuff4youposted 6 years ago

    If these same people were born 50 years ago they may have succeeded in something else, such as accounting.

    Strengths are strengths.


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