Are You The Wrong Type Of Person To Run An Online Business?

Sotiris  —  July 22, 2017 — 2 Comments

Are You The Wrong Type Of Person To Run An Online Business?

I am a person who did and still does believe that everything is possible when you make a decision to do something. No matter how big or small it may be unfortunately the person who I thought was my soulmate turned out to be the wrong type of person.

Are You The Wrong Type Of Person To Run An Online Business?

I am a persistent pooch and over the years tried everything from encouragement,ideas,offers to help. Lectures about the benefits of a successful online business and lots more, but the truth is they had no interest whatsoever.

In fact talking about business or the consequences of not having enough income made them extremely uncomfortable.  Knowing their background and the fact their parents where negative, the country where they grew up was negative. I thought being in different surroundings would waken them up make them change.

I thought seeing $5000 plus commissions coming in from the Internet would wake them up make them change but the truth is no matter what happens they always throw up some negative excuse or reason why not to do anything.  Why not to even attempt to do anything.

If they did something and failed a few times I could handle that happily but deciding to do nothing, well that fucking eats me..

Do you live with someone like that?  Then I watched this video and realised the type of person they are, or have decided to be.

The 4 Types Of People Robert Kiyosaki

 

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2 responses to Are You The Wrong Type Of Person To Run An Online Business?

  1. Some people will find a problem with every solution you provide. You can bring a horse to water but you can not make it drink. I myself have had relationships that are in the same energy and behavior that you describe. The painful part is when you have exhausted all the angles, supported them as they grew… etc… and you realize, omfg I just wasted years for someone that despite all the nurturing actually chooses to remain a victim. thanks @kevinleversee

    • Kevin what you are saying is so true.. I have lost count how many horses I have taken to the water. I think I should change my domain name to bringthehorsetowater.com …

      Yeah and I reckon that the Leopard changes his spots very rarely, will be interesting to see if I ever live to see it lol…

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