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Knowing what you know NOW, what piece of advice would you give yourself when you were first starting out?

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asked Dec 8, 2016 in Mentorship/Training by ToddTreharne IBO Specialist (39,150 points)

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I would tell myself that Rome was not built in a day.  There is time to build this.  Pick ONE thing to learn and learn it so well you can do it backward or forward.  Then you can tackle the next thing you want to learn.  NO Shiney Object Syndrome :)
answered Dec 8, 2016 by Chris Shouse IBO Specialist (32,020 points)
Love it Chris! Wise counsel!
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I would tell myself to Create Passionate Value Daily .......... as in..... Build it and They Will Come ;-)
answered Dec 17, 2016 by thethrash IBO Specialist (24,200 points)
Wise counsel Jeff!
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Make sure somebody wants your product before investing a lot of time and money.

I always ask 3 questions in the first meeting I have with the startups I mentor and these are:

Who is your Target group?

What is the Target group problem your product is solving?

What is your brand and product story supporting the fact that your product is the ultimate solution to the Target group issue.

These 3 questions are all designed to understand if there is a reason for the product/service to be and if there are people ready to buy the product/service. Get this wrong and you will struggle in making your company a success.

There are many other questions I of course ask to the companies I coach. Interested in learning more? You can reach me out here Secret Affiliate Millionaire

answered Feb 19 by ebest IBO Specialist (65,080 points)
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My simply reply to this would be to do a comprehensive research on a any business before  joining and investing in it.
answered Feb 19 by garywelsh IBO Specialist (70,230 points)
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I would say be patient and not join every programme that pops up on the market
answered Feb 19 by babyface IBO Master (6,580 points)
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