“There is no one-size-fits-all.
In other words, many models work for the right people but that does not mean all models work for all people.
This is one of the hardest aspects of this business… finding the right model for you.
I remember discovering “internet marketing.”
A whole new, confusing world opened up to me. Like many, I read and read and read.
The more I read, the more confused I became with respect to what is best.
My mistake initially was failing to figure out what was best for me. Instead, I tried to figure out what was universally best.
There is no universally best. All are good (except the illegal stuff). All are bad.
It boils down to your interests and what you’re good at.
And unfortunately, only you can figure that out.
My point is that if you’re jumping around trying different things looking for the “BEST ONLINE MODEL” change the search to the “BEST ONLINE MODEL FOR YOU.”
There’s a huge difference.
It’s good to experiment and become familiar with the options. Test the waters.
But once you find something you believe is a good fit for you, if you’re going to make it work, you gotta stick with it.
3 months isn’t long enough.
But within those 3-months you’ll figure out whether you like it enough. If you do and you honestly can say you’re pretty good at it, keep at it.
And keep at it.
And keep at it.
Unless you get lucky (which happens), this stuff takes time.
Just make sure you like it reasonably well and that you’re half-decent at it.
There is no one-size-fits-all. There’s no point looking for it.”