One of the biggest hurdles most people have when considering starting an Internet business is the amount of time they think they’ll have to spend working on the business.

Whilst it’s true that any worthwhile project does take time and effort to get off the ground, any time spent on your online business will pay dividends and move it forward, even just an hour a day.

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Written by NewRiseDigital
484 days ago

Thanks for the comments everyone. Discipline is a true test of whether you are enjoying what you do. If it flows you're probably loving what you do. If you have to force yourself to do something you won't stick at it long, so look elsewhere for your passion. When you do something fulfilling, discipline is totally redundant!



Written by tcamba
484 days ago

Discipline, I always have a hard time trying to impose this on myself.This coming New Year, I plan on including this on my list of resolutions.



Written by tiroberts
487 days ago

Great post. It's important, especially when starting an internet business, that we are disciplined in spending a sufficient amount of time everyday on business building activities. It's so easy to get lost in the daily hustle and bustle and forget or neglect the very things that we're trying to build to take us away from the daily 9 to 5 grind. Thanks for sharing this post on bizsugar. I appreciate it.

Ti



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