Don’t expect to become an expert at once. There are of course many people that have it very easy to do certain things. I am sorry to break it to you, but it’s a very low chance that you are. It is much more likely that you need to try something out, evaluate, improve and repeat. You see this is how life works most of the time. You get on that bike, pedal a bit and then fall over. Or you’re trying to make that dish to impress someone, but it comes out a disaster. So what do you do then? Well, you get back on to that bike with a graze on your elbow or take that someone out for dinner and make another try at that dish the next time. What you don’t do is give up. This is in our blood.
So how can I have the same never-give-up attitude with an online business? What are the similarities, what can I learn from my daily drawbacks? What are the differences? I would say that in traditional businesses the failure cycle is usually much longer. It might take months or years to find out if you bet on the right thing. In online business, you usually really have a much shorter cycle. Now, this is good!
Learning to embrace your failures and learn from them, that I would say is a key skill to become a successful online entrepreneur. Never giving up, refining, evaluating and trying again. This is what I need to do. Write, evaluate, improve and repeat.
One thing I definitely have learned in the last few days is this. It’s virtually impossible to find the time to research and write one quality article per day. Sure if you don’t do anything else, but I have a full-time job and a family that all need a lot of attention. I seldom find enough time to do research and writing.
So how can I speed up the content creation? Well, I think the simple answer is to outsource it. Find a good writer for your niche that can deliver articles when you want it. It doesn’t usually cost so much. Look at sites like Upwork, Fiverr or Freelancer.com