IM part-time or do IM full-time?

JohnASimpleWorld

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Is it better to get a part-time job or I should learn from experienced people and do the IM part time until I have a consistent income and it's enough for me to leave the job and do with IM full-time?

What would you do? All your comments are appreciated.
 

ertha

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I'm doing it part-time currently but I'm running other things too. However i would suggest to do it part-time unless you can work efficiently and have "enough" work for a day. According to my experience, doing IM full-time require great productivity,I sometimes spend my time outside home and found that I can produce the same amount of productivity when I'm home all day. :boff:

So doing full time only if you have a lot of sites or thing to work with all the time, however sometimes you might feel that the workload is unlimited but it may actually not if you have daily checklist and good time management, it's all about productivity.

So i usually procrastinate a lot during the day, thus my productivity is not really higher than when i do something else together. But in contradict you will have more free time to surf internet, play online game or have a meal with your family.

For example, if you run a website, you would feel that you can work forever, but actually you can manage to work in few hours then leave it to do something else.

Maybe
-Upload an article
-Share it on social networks
-Finish excel for workers to make link according to assignment
-Post comment on neighbor blog to get daily link juice and relationship
-Edit 2 old article, update some information to refresh them.
-Find 2 long-tail keywords for next week article building.

This could be an exam of workload in a day (for blog owner) If you're running something else it may take less or more time. You can see that this can actually be finished in 3 hours or less, but some people including me might spend a whole day due to being unproductive.
 

Tim Dutch

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I think you already answered your own question :rolleyes2:

If you don't make enough online for a living, I should do it part-time. This way you still have a constant stream of income that you can live from or you can invest this in your IM.
Remember that IM will cost you a lot of time and investment, but if it is your passion you will find the time to Invest next to your job.

Don't believe in all the get rich quick crap. Follow people who have proven themselfs and learn from them. Then one day you will get your tipping point and you can leave your job enjoying your life from your online income.

Never give up. Go for it!
As I always say: "quitters never win, and winners never quit".

Good luck! :ertery:
 

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Is it better to get a part-time job or I should learn from experienced people and do the IM part time until I have a consistent income and it's enough for me to leave the job and do with IM full-time? What would you do?
If you are in a situation where you have zero need for income and you have all the time in the world then you can jump right into doing this stuff full time. If you need income at any time during the next year or so (which most people do) then I would suggest you pursue your internet business on a part time basis.

It's really that simple. If you try to do this full time and you need to generate money from it to live on within a couple months, then I can almost guarantee you that you will fail. Making money online is easy once you have enough experience. But you can't get enough experience within a few months time. For most people it will take years to really learn what you are doing.
 
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