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Why Do 9 Out of 10 People Never Live Their Dreams?


When we were kids we all had dreams. There were no boundaries to our imagination and anything was possible. Do you remember your dreams? What happened to your dreams? Did life get into its way? Are we all to busy to use our imagination?

Well, our whole life we've been told that being a dreamer is equal to being a loser. Only losers dream and who wants to be a loser. You know what I mean. "Get Real", "Welcome to Reality" you heard these phrases over and over. Let me tell you something, to be successful you need to learn to combine your imagination with reality. You need to deal with reality and you need imagination for direction. Only if you know where you're going you will be successful. Being your own boss is the only way to achieve financial freedom and a lifestyle where you actually live your dreams.

Why do 9 out of 10 people never live their dreams? 9 out of 10 people don't even remember their dreams. They only know the facts and the facts are that escaping the 9-5 treadmill is on everybody's mind, but only a few are actually taking action. Why is this? Do a few of these statements sound familiar to you?

These are 7 most popular excuses to NOT take action:

1. I don't know how

In my free eBook "The Truth About Starting An Internet business" I will walk you through the process of starting your own internet business step by step.

2. I don't have spare time in my busy lifestyle

You don't need to spend hours and hours to run your own internet business. The secret is a technique called "set and forget". Step away from the TV for a while and you will have more than enough time at hand to do this.

3. I am not patient enough

That's a tough one. Patience is the name of the game. A, there is no get rich method. B, there will be times when the money is just pouring in and there are times when nothing happens at all.

4. I don't want to fail (Fear of failure)

I can't give you a 100% guarantee that your online business idea will be a success and that you will achieve financial freedom. That's just the nature of owning a business. You also know that there's no such thing as job security. To change your current situation you need to take some risk. It's as simple as this.

5. I don't want to be rejected (Fear of Rejection)

Rejection is hardest thing to deal with. If you're doing business on the internet you will experience rejection. Some people are jealous, they are mean, they have issues, and you name it. The only advice I can give is, you need to learn how to deal with it. Luckily this is the exception. For the most part I met very pleasant people on the internet.

6. I don't have any money

The only difference between having money to start an internet business and having no money is that you need a lot more time without money. Money will expose you to more visitors in a shorter period of time. Your business success depends on what you have to offer and not on how fast you offer it. Content sells, not speed.

7. I don't want to be in sales

Technically you're already in sales. You're selling your valuable time for money. You can continue trading hours for money, which in fact will never bring you any wealth. Or you can start learning how to sell products other than your own time.

These are just a few excuses why most people don't take action in their life. Never make any improvements to their lives and pretty much waste their time. Some of us are perfectly fine with this, but if you are like me you want more and while you keep reading you will discover the power of bringing your online business idea to life.

If you're ready to take action, of being in charge of your life, provide a better life to your family and simply have more fun, browse my web site and start realizing your online business idea today.

Sincerely,Peter Dobler(c) 2005

Peter Dobler is a 20+ year veteran in the IT business. He is an active Real Estate Investor and a successful Internet business owner.Get the software and content every webmaster needs to have to build a high traffic web site visit http://www.peterdobler.com or send a blank email to mailto:pdobler@getresponse.com


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