You Can Settle for What You Have or Fight for Something Better

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I think it’s good to recognize the challenges that most business owners face on today’s road to success. Marketplaces are overcrowded. There are masses of people who, at least on the surface, appear to more or less be doing the same thing you’re doing. Every week we see the release of more courses, more software, and more of everything we already have a lot of.

And this was all happening before the coronavirus outbreak and the shutdowns that followed. I know, you may be tempted to cover your ears. Why mention all of this?

Because it’s important to deal with reality without getting depressed or incapacitated by it. In today’s episode, I want to talk about how the “short-cut culture” has failed people and why you should put it in the rear-view mirror.

In today’s podcast, we’ll be talking about “staying power,” and why you need to prepare yourself to (as Rocky Balboa once said) go the distance!

Jim Galiano

Jim Galiano

Jim Galiano is an Internet consultant, web developer, author and podcaster who started doing business online in 1998. His consulting, marketing and publicity services have been used worldwide since 2002. Jim has been interviewed by a variety of media sources including the Wall Street Journal and CBS News in New York.

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Jim Galiano is an Internet consultant, web developer, author and podcaster who started doing business online in 1998. His consulting, marketing and publicity services have been used worldwide since 2002.

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