24 Jul 10 9:22 pm
well, what you are saying is very general though, what I mean is have a set income goal that you want to reach. do you want to make $1000 per month? 5,000?
set a specific and measurable goal. then use the plan in the AB course to plan out exactly how you plan to reach that goal and measurable points to measure your progress. keep it specific enough to keep your focus, but flexible enough to be able to change. Things will happen, and you will make mistakes. allow yourself time to reach it.
how many hours/ day do you have to spend on your business? if you are working 8 hours/ day and actually being productive at least 3-4 hours of that time, then you will get there faster than someon who works 2 hours/day.
There are so many variables that noone can tell you how long it will take to get where you want to be. however, always remember, there is no such thing as an impossible goal, only an unrealistic time frame to reach it. you can make 1 million dollars/ year with im if you want to, but you wont do it working 2 hours day, and you wont do it by next week, (Im not there yet and I do this 10-12 hours a day). I wont say that AB will take stress off, but FOLLOWING AB will take the stress off. there have been some people who failed to work the system, either from lack of understanding, or getting distracted, and never made a dime. however, I have seen others who quit their jobs within couple of months of starting.
also, there are many ways to skin the cat. Although I still have several AB style sites, I have found that I personally prefer blogging to building static sites, so i started learning and working on my blogs. I don't have any super blogs that bring in boatloads of cash yet, but I like building up the community, and interacting with people. i can see the impact that I have on people much more than with static sites. Although the step by step methods I use in blogging, and some details are different, if I didn't have the basics that i learned in AB, i wouldn't be as successful as I am there.
I recommend sticking with AB, and following through to the end. Don't let anything else distract you from finishing the course. Although you will see other courses promoted, and people will push them ( I do some of that myself) remember there are different people at different stages of their learning, and some people are ready for additional training that will take their business to another level. Also, some of us like to study different courses to see the differences, and further develop our own strategies.