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Building a Business or Blog Takes Time

One of the biggest problems that I have when it comes to business is jumping ahead of myself. In other words, I want instant gratification. But as you well know, this is not the way that things work in the business world; at least not most of the time.

In the cases that I have been patient my businesses have flourished. The number one example of this is the resounding success of my freelance writing career. If I would have given up after the first month (when I made $52), who knows what type of job I would have at this time. The same thing holds true for this blog. Even though I am not getting loads of traffic, it is increasing steadily. And along with this my income is doing the same. I am hoping that in another few months things will be even better in both the areas of traffic and earnings. 

It can be difficult to stick with a business opportunity when it is not working the way you had hoped. After all, who wants to waste time on something that may not end up a success? It is important to believe in your idea, and give it enough time to work out. Quitting takes all your problems and gets rid of them. But at the same time, quitting also gets rid of any chance you have of success. And if you are not set up for success you will have no chance of achieving it in the future.

How much time are you willing to devote to growing your business or blog? Make sure that you take enough time to give every opportunity your all. If you work on a business for a year and you do not see any results, it may be time to move on. But all in all, until you give each opportunity a fair shake, you will have no idea what could have come.

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