Limiting Beliefs That Sabotage Your Success -2
I Always Get Scammed By Others Marketers
For those who suffer from limiting beliefs that sabotage their success, blaming others is often at the root of their problems. With Internet marketing in particular, there are many unethical entrepreneurs who prey on the ignorance of their newbie audience.
Many newcomers to this career spend money frantically trying to find something to help them make money online. They may spend the last bit of their savings or go into debt trying to find the magic formula to help them succeed.
Many of them are in financial desperation, hoping to strike it rich before the rent is due. Others simply have a strong desire to succeed online in the least amount of time possible.
You may have found yourself the victim of a scam once or many times in the past. The first thing they have to ask yourself is whether or not the product you purchased was truly a scam, or if you simply didn't know how to use it correctly.
Many people purchase a product, fail to understand the lessons being taught, and instead of working through it, simply chalk it up to a rip off. They will often try to get a refund, and if that doesn't happen, they will simply vocalize there are accusations to others.
Part of the problem is that when you are new to this business, you don't know who to trust. You may see some big names who are idolized as gurus in the Internet marketing scene, and assume that their success must mean they are worthy of your money.
But that's not necessarily the case. There are many infamous online entrepreneurs who have earned their wealth based on the backs of those who are desperate to have what they are showcasing online.
They want the mansion, the exotic vacations, and the sports cars that cost as much as a home. If you want to avoid getting scammed by other marketers, you have to do your homework about each and every vendor and not get drawn in to the hype on the sales page.
The worst thing you can do for your own success is to constantly point the finger at others. Whether or not someone was capable of convincing you to buy their product, it is ultimately up to you to take responsibility for the purchase.
You can usually find out who is ethical by networking with others in the industry. This way, you will get a wide variety of opinions from seasoned marketers who know the history of other vendors in can advise and warn you if you are about to make an unsafe purchase.