IBM 104 | Internet Success Story with Steve Weber

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  1. Sterling and Jay,

    I’m so excited and honored that you guys mentioned my website, Behavior and Motivation, on your podcast today! Thank you so much! Although, the bad news is, suddenly my site is down. I checked with my web host and was told they’re having problems with the server that my site is on. :-/ It’s all good. :-)

    Anyway, thanks for all that you guys do for everyone who aspires to start an Internet-based business. You guys rock!

    Scott Milford

  2. Hi guys,

    Really enjoyed that interview with Steve and glad to contribute to the show!


  3. I really enjoyed this podcast and think it’s one of the best ones you have done. Steve gave really practical, useful tips for those of us starting out. I think that too often beginners do expect a lot at the beginning. It was very helpful to hear that it takes time and that persistence will pay off.

    • I really liked what he said about his first goal being just to pay for his car payment with money he made online.

      It definitely comes in steps and it’s important to celebrate the small victories as well as the big ones.

  4. Scott

    Perhaps your site was flooded with visitors wanting to check it out after hearing about it on the IBM podcast, and the server couldn’t handle it?

    Good luck with it.