Loading Doug's IBOtoolbox mobile content... Loading depends on your connection speed!

Doug Hammack


Active contributor | offline
Member since 6 / 2018

Trust the Process

Whether you are just starting out or you are a sessioned veteran to online marketing, you know, hopefully, that success does not just happen overnight. There is effort and learning that has to be done, otherwise you would have just succeed right away, but that is not how any of this works.

To be build a true, solid online business takes training and effort and something that is invisible. It is the way you think because the way you think is what bring the results. It is cause and effect. If you put forth positive thoughts, positive things will happen but if you put out negative thoughts, like this is a scam or I can't do this, or it is too hard, you achieve negative results. You reap what you sow.

Who you are and what you think means 80% of your results, so what do successful people think about. Well, they make a decision and don't quit for one until the rsults is achieve and then they move on to next level. Problem is you dont start at that place. Most have very negative viewpoint because that is how we have been taught, so something has got to change if you are going to have positive results. If you truly want to achieve real, sustainable results to achieve a good life for yourself and your family, you need to "Trust the Process" Watch this short video where I talk about it and then register for this amazing webinar where can really learn how we are learning to succeed in this online marketing world. Just use the link in the description and 'Trust the Porcess"

Press Release comments:

I am so glad I happened on this page today in order to read this press release. It comes at just the right time for me to regain my positive outlook as I have started lacking enthusiasm lately because I cannot see any fruits of my labour as yet.Thanks Doug. Sharing.Louise Kinnear

Trusting the process is good advice. Thank you Doug, much success to you this weekMarlena Burton