The Self-Fulfilling Business Cycle (Part 1)

How are you currently doing with your business?

Are you making measurable progress in reasonable time?

Have you made it a priority to continuously learn and implement?

I’ve come to the conclusion that the vast majority of business owners aren’t doing very well. Although the answers to their problems are available and waiting, few so-called “entrepreneurs” are really taking action.

The Self-Fulfilling Business Cycle (Part 1)

The Self-Fulfilling Business Cycle (Part 1)

Failures, as far as independent business owners go, typically fall into two main categories.

1. The first group of failures is made up of people who don’t want to invest. They want a lifestyle comparable to athletes and entertainers, but they aren’t willing to purchase or spend anything.

These people are tire-kickers. They’re part-time professionals. They want money without sacrifice. These are the folks who fall for all the fluff and empty promises. They think that change and success will just “magically” occur.

Make no mistake, if you seriously want to grow your business and start making real money, then you need to invest in the right kind of training.

Expecting to earn significant income in any other manner is nothing but naivety. Would you expect to be hired for a well-paying job without the right qualifications? It’s the same thing here. You NEED to have certain skills.

2. The second group of failures, much like the first, struggle with making commitment. These are business owners who invest in training, even good products, but who never follow through on things. They don’t implement the strategies they learn.

This group of people can be likened to someone who graduates with honors but never applies for a job. They have all of the knowledge and skills at their disposal, but they never take advantage of them. Although psychologically ahead of the first group on one level, they’re really no better off when all things are considered.

This industry is full of cool success stories. Unfortunately, it’s very unlikely that anyone in either of these groups will ever become one themselves.

Making money, whether online or offline, requires a set of skills. It requires taking the time to learn the right methods and strategies that make a home business worthwhile. Secondly, it requires the belief and discipline to implement those skills through action. If both of these things don’t happen- learning and implementation- then nothing ever grows.

With all of this in mind, I have a question I want to ask you:

Do YOU fall into one of these groups?

Answer it truthfully.

I was in both of them at one time or another.

You see, it’s so easy to fall into one of these categories. It’s so easy to slack off and just wish for success. After a great deal of study and personal reflection, I’ve come to the conclusion that people in these two categories are victims of a cycle.

This cycle is repetitive, and it’s brutally destructive.

I refer to it as “The Self-Fulfilling Business Cycle.”

If you fall into one of these groups, then you need to get out. You need to avoid this killer cycle before it destroys your dreams.

Next time, in part two, I’ll explain exactly what this cycle is and how you can reverse it.

So until then…

Yours in Financial Freedom,

Alex Levandoski

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