Customer Magnet Test

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How can you connect with new visitors to your site quickly and powerfully?

How can you keep them sticking around for the long-term in order to have more of an impact in their lives AND make more money?

In this video I talk about:

  • The “Audience Avatar” method for instantly turning visitors into loyal followers and followers into customers
  • 3 questions that will turn you into a marketing master
  • An inside look at the exact mindmap tool we use to read the mind of our market
  • How to find the true needs and wants of your audience — the ones they are willing to pay for

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There is a dirty little secret about me and the internet business mastery blog. If you’ve been around awhile, you might have noticed it.
After 8 years in the content creation business I was still afraid to write this post. Not just a post about fear, but ANY blog post!
The fears I’m going to talk about have plagued me the entire time as an internet business influencer.
It’s why I write the least amount of blog posts on my own site!
Yes, believe it or not, there are guest posters that have written more than I have on my own blog!

Why, you say?
And I say back with a strangely creepy inflection, FEEEEEEAR. Fear.
PreviewFor some reason I can babble on and on in the podcast, but if I have to go deeper, like in a blog post, I really freeze up. Suddenly, the dishwasher needs to be emptied. My kids ferrets are in serious need of some mauling (to the ferrets dismay). The podcasting profits membership site needs a tweak. Another grumpy cat facebook picture must be sent to Jason for my amusement. ANYTHING else needs to be done rather than write.
I realized that it’s not just one fear, but a load of fears that are responsible for my freeze up.
I’ve been really annoyed at the control over my life that these fears have taken, so I’ve been really looking at what I can do about them.
Here are some of the fears I’ve had to overcome and what you (and I) can do about them.
FEAR #1: It has to be perfect!
I struggled with this issue HARD for the first 4 years. Each episode of the podcast had to be edited by me and had to be perfect. I’d spend 3-4 hours editing a 45 minute podcast, just so I knew that everything was right. It was a major time suck each week and I didn’t enjoy it at all, but it HAD to be perfect!
When Internet Business Mastery went from hobby to real business, my time was starting to get really tight. I didn’t have 4 hours each week to edit the show. It took me a long time to give up the editing task and finally hand it over to the same editor we have today.
I was scared we were going to get major complaints.
“What happened to the show, it sound terrible!”, “Wow, who edits that show, it’s not professional at all”, “Were you DRUNK when you edited that show?!”
Guess how many complaints we’ve had in the last 4 years about the new editor?
None. Zip. Nada.
And to top it off, he is only taking about 2 hours to edit them and they sound great. I bet a trained professional editor couldn’t tell the difference between our editor and me. YEARS of me taking 4 hours to edit every episode… What a waste of time.
By the way, even worse then a time suck is NOT STARTING AT ALL ’cause you think it won’t be perfect. This is the business kiss of death.
Here is my suggestion; become a “recovering perfectionist”
I still want to over think every episode, take 3 times as long with every blog post, spend 6 months on every product, and redo the website every 2 weeks. Here is what I do instead:

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