TMBA 045 (LBP45) – 5 Ways to Ninja Kick Analysis Paralysis

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We’ve got so many cool things coming up here on the podcast including my made in India software screw up mid next week, our internet marketing summit in Thailand, and our auto trading product launch (we’ll be sharing all the details!). That’s just the start!

This episode is about a topic that has been destroying my inbox in the past 2 weeks. So many smart people are getting hung up on analysis paralysis, and trust me people, I feel ya. Here’s our best tips. We’ve beat it before and we’ll beat it again.

Have fun. Leave a comment. Give us a ring. 888-554-8428. Go make it happen! :)

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Episode length: 21:16

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  • http://thevceo.com Ian Borders

    Yo. Awesome podcast as usual. Thanks for the shout!

  • TropicalMBA

    Yo! Thanks :)

  • http://www.heroicdestiny.com David Crandall

    Once again, before even getting out of bed, I rolled over and saw that you guys had posted another podcast. Yay!!!

    What a great subject matter too. Of course I would never PERSONALLY suffer from analysis paralysis so I couldn't relate at all. (If you believe that, I'm a better marketer than I realize.)

    I love that you brought up “copying” but differentiated it from flat ass stealing. This concept sent off a few hundred thoughts in my head all at once. Already started brainstorming on those topics.

    I'm curious about what you meant exactly by the “deals” though. Wasn't entirely sure I was clear on that. Were you referring to seeking out investors or something entirely different? Would love to know more on this.

    Loved the energy on this one! Fantastic!!!

  • http://twitter.com/AlanPerlman Alan Perlman

    Hmm. Had never thought about deep-linking to provide extra value. Nice tip, fellas!

  • TropicalMBA

    Value bonus! :)

  • TropicalMBA

    Thanks David RE: bunch of things “deals” can mean… in the internet marketing space JV deals like you did with Srini on the interview product:

    http://www.heroicdestiny.com/blog/2010/09/07/how-to-grow-your-blog-through-interviews

    are excellent because they can help jump start a business or a source of revenue.

    In our case, yes, I was essentially talking about investments or partnership deals. Sometimes one handshake can get you what would have taken 3 years of bootstrapping. I've noticed a lot of aspiring online entrepreneurs are trying to do everything themselves, and I'd generally encourage people to start partnerships or hire employees as fast as possible. Lonely toiling isn't for me– all the time :)

  • http://www.heroicdestiny.com David Crandall

    I've actually been considering doing some more JVs with people and this might be just the push I'm after. I really do like working with others on stuff in addition to my own thang, so perfect!

    Thanks for the clarity. :D

  • http://livelifebig.net/ David Berger

    Great episode. I especially enjoy the “pick a fight”-part.
    E.g.: In affiliate marketing, it's pretty hard to find keywords that nobody else targets. But just because there's someone else out there, it doesn't mean that you can't beat them.
    Most affiliates have dozens of sites -they probably don't even have the resources to compete with you.

  • TropicalMBA

    I'm continually surprised by how little resistance we've received after making competitive moves. Bottom line is that people have tons of stuff going and limited resources, we've even talked to our competition straight up and they are just no interested in working too hard etc… so this is one thing that has been a big surprise for me in general.

  • http://joelrunyon.com/two3 Joel Runyon | [BIT]

    Thanks for the mentions Dan! You guys keep getting better =). Love it.

  • TropicalMBA

    :)

  • TropicalMBA

    Methinks everyone likes working with you!

  • http://twitter.com/GlenysPower GlenysPower

    I just installed the Pro HDR ap, amazing.. Thanks for sharing this tip.

  • TropicalMBA

    haha thanks, I've now turned in to a regular photographer myself!

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