“Seeing is not enough; you have to feel what you photograph” – Andre Kertesz

Find mentors. Even the self-appointed ones who have no clue that they’ve taken this role work fine.

 Invest in your online business education. Coaching, classes, courses, training, events, ebooks — whatever works for you. Keep doing it.

 Shift strategies — evolve. It’s OK to change things as you grow. Your blog isn’t static. It’s constantly evolving, just like you are.

 Be persistent — and consistent. You don’t have a choice.

 Celebrate your wins. A few Facebook likes. A couple of retweets. A comment here and there. A guest post invitation by a popular blogger. 70 email subscribers in a day. Orders pouring in. Being completely booked out… You get the drift. Celebrate your positive moments to keep yourself motivated.

Thank your advocates and fans. You’re here today because of them. Don’t forget that.

 Have fun! Be unforgettable.

And that’s a wrap!

I know, it’s a long, long list, but there’s also a bit of a silver lining at the end of the rainbow here. The good news?

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