Everything seems so overwhelmed. Lately, I have been purchasing into courses and courses and absorbing so much knowledge and it is impossible to apply all of them immediately! My brain is spinning. So many lessons to try to apply but I haven’t got into a lot of it.
When this happens, it is very easy to feel tired mentally. When that happens, it is very easy to procrastinate. It is very easy to feel like giving up.
I decided to go old-school and implemented one strategy which has proven to work for me in the past. And that helped sort out everything.
What did I do?
I simply took a piece of paper and wrote down a whole list of things which I need to do. I wrote down of the knowledge I have gained and put them down on paper together with what I need to do.
Now, if I feel overwhelmed, all I need to do is just refer back to the list, and focus on one task. Once it is done, I would just tick that particular task off.
Things are looking good so far as I have managed to do a few things.
However, the one which I am most excited about is certainly the application of what I learned from 8 Minutes Profits 2.0. In this course, Mark Barrett and Paul Prissick has demonstrated how they were able to gain 1000+ subscribers in a day and achieve a ROI of 300 to 400%!
How am I not excited? I do not expect similar results as I am sure that they have tested and perfected the method but I am just as excited on how it will turn out!
Are you feeling lost?
Are you feeling overwhelmed?
Do not worry as it is a good thing. This means that you are putting in effort into learning about internet marketing. Internet marketing is just another subject to study. The difference between internet marketing and obtaining a degree is that you really need to apply what you learn on a daily basis to really learn the ropes.
Obtaining a university degree requires a span of at least 3 to 6 years. Being specialised in a particular field or furthering your studies will take you another 2 to 4 years. So what makes you think internet marketing is easy to master?
Try this simple method.
Write down what you need to do.
Start from the top of the list and complete your task one at a time. I am sure by doing this method, you will achieve more in a day than the past week.
Do you have any methods to tackle laziness and overcome procrastination? What do you do when there is information overload or when you simply feel overwhelmed? Share it in the comments below!