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Is this a bad habit in the fast lane?

Discussion in 'Mindset, Motivation, Choices' started by Tommy92l, Nov 18, 2012.

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    I see people all of the time starting up website after website. Trying to jump in on the nearest fad and then when it fails, hopping onto the next website. Or it will be something like failbook.com, but much sloppier and often just people doing weird things that may or may not catch.

    I haven't been in this game long enough to voice my opinion, but is this a formula that someone has discovered for success?

    I guess it just seems like people often take the route of - Make a bunch of Cookie Cutter websites, hope one catches - , and I see much less of - Create one website, build it until it blows up -.

    I'm not so much shunning this, as said above, but I am questioning the success rate or thought process behind it.

    In most success books you are taught to believe "WHY NOT ME?", and that anything is possible, which is pretty much true, but I guess people bet on Viral promotion, more than a quality product doing the promotion.

    Any input?
     
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    This is not the fast lane.

    In my opinion fast lane is to create value for other people and that is what we get paid for. Not chasing the money.
     
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    theag Most Aggressive Guy on the Internet on the Planet LEGENDARY CONTRIBUTOR FASTLANE INSIDER Read The Millionaire Fastlane Speedway Pass

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    Huh?

    [video=youtube;mBS0OWGUidc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBS0OWGUidc[/video]
     
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