That’s the million dollar question, isn’t it?
First of all, let’s define success. It has been said that the successful person is the person that is doing exactly what he or she wants to be doing, and is good at it. So, a successful person could be a school teacher because she is doing exactly wants she wants to do. Or, success could be in the spiritual realm for the clergy that is doing exactly what they feel called to do.
For the purpose of this post, we’ll define online success as the ability to generate sales online and be profitable. Also, we’re going to assume that both the successful and unsuccessful have defined their dreams and goals. What is the difference then between the two then? : It is a way, or a system, to achieve their goals. Let’s face it, without a way to reach their dreams, even someone with a defined goal will get discouraged and give up.
In the physical world, the most successful companies have developed the systems. Notice I did not say the best products, but the best systems. McDonald’s hamburgers are the classic example. No doubt, you can make a better hamburger than McDonald’s. But, do you have a system in place to make and deliver millions of hamburgers 365 days a year? Here’s another example: What do you consider the best car ever made? I’m betting your answer is not a Ford. Ford became one of the best selling cars in the world because Henry Ford developed the assembly line and then had a dealer network to sell the cars.
In both of these cases, these companies had to take seemingly complex problems i.e. manufacture mass quantities of their products, and sell to the public at an affordable price. Albert Einstein said, “The definition of genius is taking the complex and making it simple.”
So what if there was a way to make online sales simple? Well, I found one of the top affiliate marketers online. His name is Devon Brown, and he developed a system that can make generating sales online no more complicated than ordering a pizza. In fact, he calls it his pizza method.
I’m not saying he is the next Einstein, but he sure did make something simple that was complex for most of us.