MISTAKE: Well I Blew That! 9


Sometimes, we just make things WAY too complicated!

Life can get complicated really quick.

In fact, the process for signing up for the new consolidated Impact/jvAlert program was a bit convoluted.

There were applications to fill out, PDF files to read, probably way too much information.

My fault!

So let’s make it simple.

  1. Click here and register
  2. Pick your package and complete the first month’s payment.

That’s it!

What did I learn?

KEEP IT SIMPLE!

Hopefully, YOU are making mistakes in your own business too, because if you aren’t you aren’t doing enough!

Now share your story!

What kind of Mistakes Have YOU Been Making Lately?

Tell me a story of a mistake you’ve made and what you learned from that mistake.

All the best,

Ken McArthur

Tobri.com
KenMcArthur.com
jvAlertLive.com

And more, more, more.

P.S. Would love to have you join us at jvAlert Live Washington D.C.

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About Ken McArthur

Ken challenges us to realize we ALL have an impact – whether we want to or not – on thousands of people who we touch in our day-to-day lives by demonstrating that simple things make a HUGE difference.

The popular host of a series of live events that bring together top-level marketers, entrepreneurs, business owners, corporations and non-profit organizations to create multi-million dollar joint venture relationships – he creates incredible, intense impact for product launches and multi-million dollar profits in surprisingly short timeframes.

Regularly asked to speak at leading marketing events, he has managed product launches ranked in the top 400 sites on the Internet. Ken McArthur is also the creator of AffiliateShowcase.com, a pioneering affiliate program search engine and directory system and the founder of the MBS Internet Research Center, which conducted the world’s largest survey ever attempted on the subject of creating and launching successful information products.

Not satisfied to concentrate entirely on large organizations, Ken also works with select individuals to help them create a decent living utilizing the power of the Internet.

Ken was the official mentor for Sterling Valentine as he took his launch from ZERO to over $100,000 in less than 8 days. Ken and Sterling documented the process as a “proof of concept” for Info Product Blueprint a massive home study course that is the “bible” of info product creation.

Ken offers top-level coaching and mentoring programs designed to help individuals, corporations and non-profit organizations reach masses of people using the techniques, tactics strategies and systems that he has developed specifically to help people spread their ideas, products and services around the globe.


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9 thoughts on “MISTAKE: Well I Blew That!

  • Brian Edmondson

    Hey Ken,

    Hope to you feel better, I’m just getting over a bad head/chest cold.

    I think you’re takeaway is a big one: KEEP IT SIMPLE.

    I’ve been spending the last few week’s bringing my business and daily activities to the bare essence, simplest things I need to do to get things done.

    Enjoy Penn State, I miss Happy Valley!

    Brian

  • Alan

    Hey, Ken — I can relate totally. I once spent $500,000 on an idea because “no one’s doing it,” only to discover I needed even more than that to get it built to the point investors would take over funding it…and ran out of money before it ever finished building out.

    The lesson: if no one is doing it, there is sometimes a REASON! That’s why it’s always best to go into business niches that aren’t too crowded but already do include a number of successful players making money. You can model after them — improve what they’re offering and hit the same target audience with what you know in marketing and dominate. AND: if you do plan to be the first entry, bring a lot of cash and a willingness to take arrows in the back carving the way for others to come in and profit from behind you.

    Get feeling better, drive CAREFULLY and enjoy your family time!

    • Anonymous

      The creative mind is always curious Richard and the quest for knowledge is endless. The key is actually doing something with what you know now.

  • Carol Cheshire

    The mistakes I’ve made are to numerous to count.
    For starters I have listened to Gurus I trusted and they are worthless. They think you should start at the middle or end of their process; does not work like that. Particularly when the jargon they lose is worse than Greek. I can comprehend some Greek but not their acronyms. We were all made to make mistakes in life, but you seem to be able to catch yours. About 30,000 (rough estimate) later I am still making mistakes.

  • Anonymous

    Hi Ken,
    Here’s a mistake I’ve made too many times to count.

    I work and work on a new product or service all week long. I have good intentions of getting it done “today”– but then there’s that one auto-responder message to still add. Oh and the one file isn’t on the download page just yet. And on and one… until the work does eventually get done — but not until like 4PM on Friday afternoon.

    More times than I care to admit, THAT’S the moment I chose to send a note to my subscribers announcing my big new program/product/whatever.

    And flop.

    You can seriously hear crickets in the underwhelming response to the new product baby I just birthed.

    I won’t ever make that mistake again!

    • Anonymous

      Timing counts for a lot Felicia! And completion is a feature! Love all the good things that you are taking action on and following all the way to completion!