The most common problem with new people in the home business scene is they get easily overloaded with information. I admit, I’m part of the problem. After all, I have over 4000 articles on the web at this point in writing. However, if you want to stop information overload, you have got to nip the problem in the bud and basically get organized. That’s what it’s all about – getting organized.
The first thing you might want to do is create two email accounts. Or if you have already have one (which is likely), then create a separate account. For your main account, sign up for the gurus whose information you respect. You’ll want to keep only the best emails in your main account. For your separate account, sign up for all other lists in your niche. This is where you can pick up great marketing ideas from the emails you receive. You do not necessarily want to ‘use’ the emails, but you want to spy on them.
The next thing you’ll want to do, if you are just starting out, is to organize your learning. For example, one week you might spend time learning AdWords, and the next week you can focus on article marketing tactics and strategies. Another week you can learn list building and how to set up an autoresponder and market to a list etc. Doing this is almost like following an organized ‘classroom schedule’ and it will make your learning much more progressive, so you are able to take action faster.
Finally, you’ll want to make a to-do list each day of items you need to take action on. Then work through that list and focus on nothing else. I guarantee that you will get a lot done this way and your business will grow faster.