Last night around 10:30pm I went downstairs to do something.

What I went downstairs to do, I can’t remember.

All I remember is this.

I went into our mud room (which has a closet with our washer/dryer), I flipped the light on…

And I was DISGUSTED to see it.

I was thinking…”AHHH, so freakin NASTY!” And I immediately felt a sense of anxiousness to get rid of it, and it’s friends.

Scurrying across the floor was this…

Roach - GROSS!

Man. I do not like bugs. I HATE em!

(not in a “ahhhh…I’m scared of bugs” kind of a way…but in a bugs belong outside and NOT in our house kind of way)

So at lunch time today, I’m making a trip to Lowes to get some Roach bait stations.

Why? Because I don’t want the the problem to get worse.

I want to kill the few (hopefully there aren’t many because this is the first time I’ve ever seen any in our house) before they turn into many many MANY.

It’s ALWAYS so much easier to kill a monster when it’s small. Or better yet, it’s better to take preventive action so the monster never shows up in the first place.

The problems you and I face in our online business are the same way.

Problems such as-

  • Just getting started.
  • Your mindset.
  • Generating leads.
  • Getting conversions (aka people buying whatever you are selling)
  • What to focus on daily.
  • Etc.
  • Etc.

The question is, what you doing to eradicate those problems?

Are you hoping and praying they will just disappear?

Or are you taking daily actions to solve them, or better yet, taking preventative measures so the problem doesn’t even arise?

What I’m trying to hint at is…

Are you learning the skills you need for success? Or are you sitting back hoping you’ll get those skills by osmosis?

If you want freedom. If you want success. If you want to quit that job you HATE so much. If you want to pay off that debt that keeps you up at night.

Then something must change.

You must learn, grow, and take action.

I personally am ALWAYS going through some type of info product to better my skills (I buy at least 1-2 new programs a month…sometimes more). I’m usually ALWAYS reading a personal development book.

Without a doubt, it’s THESE resources, trainings, books, programs, etc. that I’ve gone through that have led to where I am today.

Learn. Grow. Take action. AND…repeat.

Something to think about.

Yours In Tough Love,

Jonathan “Coach” Register


P.S. I’ve got a private list of the resources, tools, trainings etc. that have led to where I am today…I’ve kept this list pretty private & exclusive up until this point. I was thinking of publishing it on our blog.

Would you like me to share it? Leave a comment below and if we get at least 15 comments below of people wanting the list, then I’ll share it with ya!


  • Randy Young says:

    I would love to learn what you have done to get to where you are. I hope to have the opportunity.

    • Jonathan Register says:

      CooL! Thanks for letting me know Randy!

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