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10 Reason to Start your dream Job

 

 

And it pays well. If only you could figure it out. If only you knew what it was.

Is there a perfect job out there for you? No. And here’s the good news – there are more jobs than you can imagine that would be “perfect” for you. Chances are you’ve even come very,

 

very close to a few of those perfect jobs already. So what happened? And how do you recognize one of these so-called “perfect jobs”?

 

Ever see the perfect gift for someone,

but it was months till his or her birthday? Then when you go to find the item later, you can’t. Another lost opportunity and you, once again, berate yourself for not buying it when you first saw it.

 

So maybe you’ve run into a perfect job in the past,

but because of the timing, you passed by the opportunity. Or maybe you were so focused on something else, that you missed an obvious clue.

 

Instead of dwelling on the past, which you can’t change, vow to keep your eyes open and to look beyond the obvious.

 

Career Myth #6: Asking “What’s the best thing for me to do?”

is the right question

 

This is one of the most common questions asked when considering a career change or a career move. It seems like a logical analysis – weigh the pros and cons and evaluate the balance.

 

 

Laura Geller

 

Do not ask yourself this question!! It rarely leads you to the answers you’re seeking. It will lead you to feeling overwhelmed with options (sound familiar?), or feeling like you have to choose what’s practical over what seems to be impractical.

 

The question that will lead you to answers is simple (but not easy!!) It is “What do I really want to do?” This is a very different question than “what’s best?”

 

Career Myth #7: If you don’t like your job, you’re probably in

the wrong career

Cause and effect, right? One way to tell if you’re in the right career is whether or not you like your job. If you’re dissatisfied with your job, it’s probably a sign that you need to re-examine your whole career choice.

 

This is frequently what I hear from new clients who have decided to work with a career coach. They know something isn’t right because they don’t like their jobs.

Their natural assumption is that their dissatisfaction is a symptom of a larger underlying issue – their career choice.

 

This is an example of false logic.

Not liking your job might be telling you you’re in the wrong job. It doesn’t necessarily mean you’re in the wrong career. It doesn’t even mean you’re in the wrong job.

 

You could just be working for the wrong person or the wrong company. It takes a skillful approach to discern the source of discontent, and I think it’s very hard to do it on your own (shameless plug for career coaches here!)

 

Career Myth #8: Everyone needs a mission statement

Do you know what your mission is? Mission statements are supposed to guide us, keep us on track, and help us move forward.

But what if you don’t have one? Does that mean you’re destined to never fulfill your potential career-wise?

 

 

 

A client who was a successful professional contacted me because she was at a career crossroads. She felt that if only she could find her mission in life, she would know which career path to take.

 

She had a clear goal for coaching 

find her mission! Instead, the most amazing thing happened. She decided that she didn’t need a mission. She chose to trust that she was already fulfilling her mission statement,

 

even though she didn’t know what it was.

After the client shifted her focus from finding her mission to living her life, an amazing opportunity came her way and she pursued it.

 

Here’s a little tip:

If your mission statement is elusive, stop chasing it. Be still and let it find you. And in the meantime, keep living your life and see what happens.

 

Career Myth #9: Expect a career epiphany

When you see a link to “Find Your Dream Job,” do you immediately click on it to see what’s there? Do you look at every “Top Ten Career” list out there to see if anything catches your interest?

 

Do you know your MBTI type? If you do, you might be falling prey to the career epiphany myth.

I’d love, love, love it if most of my clients had a career epiphany that indicated to them, in crystal-clear terms, their next step. Instead, I see career “unfoldings” or a journey of discovery much more regularly.

 

That is, being willing to not ignore the obvious,

the pokes, the prods, and listen carefully to the whisper within. Yep, forget harp music and angels, for most of us, the career epiphany is a quiet whisper.

 

 

Career Myth #10: Ignoring your career dissatisfaction will

make it go away

 

Oh, if only this worked in the long run!! Granted, it does work at first. When you find yourself beginning to question your career,

you’ll find it’s rather easy to push the thoughts aside and pretend they aren’t there. You know what I’m talking about: the “what ifs” and the list of regrets.

 

Over time, the random thoughts become nagging thoughts. You spend more and more time daydreaming about options. You build your list of reasons to ignore your growing career dissatisfaction:

 

  • You’re too old.

  • You don’t want to take a pay cut.

  • You don’t want to go back to school.

  • You missed your opportunity 5, 10, 15 years ago.

 

With clients in this situation,

we work on identifying and challenging these fears. Sometimes the fear of change remains, but there becomes a greater commitment to living than to feeling the fear.

 

Challenge

So now that you know that one or all of these myths have been holding you back,

what are you waiting for?

 

Read part 1

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Learn More About Affiliate Program

 

Learn More About  Affiliate Program

 

 

 

 

The two tier system is becoming one of the more popular systems in affiliate marketing programs these days.

The company you are working with gets more people selling their product. The affiliates have the ability to earn money from the work of the affiliates they refer. The idea behind this is, as an affiliate yourself,

 

you have the ability to sign up other affiliates under you.

In an ideal world, the more affiliate you sign up on your second tier below you, the more money you can make.

 

It is really a win-win situation for everyone.

The affiliates will have to then decide if it wants to grow their affiliate base to get more people selling their products. So, they introduce a second tier affiliate program.

Affiliate marketing programs

Each affiliate still gets the same 10% commission per sale, but now, the same affiliate can earn 4% on the sales from affiliates they refer to the system.

 

It also enables the company offering the affiliate program

the ability to rapidly grow their affiliate base. Two tier affiliate programs are set up to maximize the income for the affiliates who use them.

 

There are hundreds of thousands of people marketing affiliate programs online these days. Amazon, among many other websites most certainly have way more than 100,000 affiliates.

 

There wouldn’t be that many people doing this if nobody was making money with it. However, not every affiliate will make bucket loads of cash  

 

 


 

Selling  products

If you take your affiliate program business seriously, it can easily surpass the income generated from a 9-5 job. It really depends on the market you are going after,

 

how popular your site is (number of visitors you get), how targeted your ads are to your visitors and so on.

 

It can be confusing to understand all of this but once you begin to grasp this concept you are most definitely going to want to become a big part of some type of

 

affiliate program in your area or surrounding area because the benefits are really going to be worth any amount of hard work being put forth towards your financial and business achievements.

 


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Grasp The Concept

 Many small streams create a large river. Same things are true with multiple small revenue streams. If you want to have many target markets,

 

build a separate website for each market,

and target smaller niches with each site. Even though you will get less traffic and income from a smaller site,

 

you will have several smaller sites working together,

which combined will earn more than one massive, end all site. Knowing more about an affiliate program

 

before you become involved in one is so very important and it will mean all the difference in the world when it comes to how successful of a future you

 

It takes a little work and desire to constantly learn to be really successful.

Affiliate programs aren’t get-rich-quick businesses, but rather more deeply rooted business systems which can make long term have in store for you and for your businesses longevity as well.

 

 

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Top 10 Affiliate Website Mistakes

 

Top 10 Affiliate Website

Mistakes an Affiliate

Manager Sees

 

 

 

With over 12,000 affiliates to manage in 5 separate merchants programs,

I review countless affiliate applications and their corresponding websites.It isn’t a pretty picture. And that’s part of the problem.

So I thought it appropriate to share the 10 most common mistakes I see affiliates make over and over each and every day.

 

1. The affiliate’s website is poorly designed.

 

A lot of times it’s just plain ugly. Ugly I can stand if it has a purpose. I started my Internet career doing web design and programming. I understand good website design, both for function and look.

 

 

The affiliate site has to have at least one or the other to be effective, having both is the best. Without one or both of these factors,

what are the chances for a visitor to be referred to my merchant’s site?

 

2. The affiliate site has no affinity to the merchant site.

If you have a website without anything in common with the merchant, how do you expect to sell the merchant’s products to your visitor?

If your site is all about computer equipment, why are you signing up for my wigs site? Why are you wasting both of our times?

 

3. The affiliate site has no voice or character.

How will a visitor find value on the affiliate’s site long enough to have reason or need to click through on my merchant’s text or banner link? None I would say.

 

4. The affiliate site has too many banners or text ads.

How will the visitor differentiate my offer from the competition? If the site is messy and busy, I may get lots of impressions,

but click throughs will be low and probably conversions too. Don’t junk up your site with too many ads that don’t have purpose.

 

Laura Geller

 

5. Affiliate sites with expired coupons.

Seeing a site like this implies it’s a “weekender’s” site a part-time affair. Many affiliates started out this way,

but today it is highly unlikely that such a site will generate any traffic or sales for my merchants.

 

6. Affiliate sites with broken banners.

It still happens, merchants change their creatives, affiliates don’t keep up and there is an ugly red “x” where a banner should be. Don’t let this happen to you.

 

7. The affiliate site has no privacy policy.

This is a red light for visitors. This means the site is just trying to make a buck and has no interest in visitors for any other reason than getting them to make them money.

 

A sophisticated consumer, as most are getting as Internet experience increases, wants a sophisticated site to convert through

Not having even a simple privacy policy is a giveaway as to the lack of sophistication of the site owner.

 

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8. NO ABILITY TO CONTACT THE WEBSITE OWNER.

If you will not disclose who you are, provide an email link or a site form,

it is unlikely a visitor to your site will get warm and fuzzy about his site visiting experience and will not covert as a result.

 

9. NO CONTACT INFORMATION AVAILABLE FOR THE AFFILIATE MANAGER.

In olden days affiliates didn’t want to be bothered by affiliate managers. Now with the tools and special offers merchants can offer through producing affiliates,

it is essential for good communications between the affiliate manager and the affiliate. It means more money for both.

 

10. Affiliate website owner not participating in the industry forums.

More and more as I talk with affiliates, we discuss forum postings, industry news and blogs. The top producers know what is going on in the industry.

They are creating the news and are creating financial opportunities at the same time.

 

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