Why Are We So Afraid To Fail?

We as people have been told that failure is not an option. Why not? Our whole evolution as people has been heavily relied on trial and error. We couldn’t learn without knowing what NOT to do. Like learning how to make a fire. You have to learn what you can burn, how to control the flames, how to place the wood to maximize the flame, learning the wood has to be dry, etc. It was all trial and error.

So why is failure so scary? We are always afraid of letting someone down. Why is there so much pressure to be perfect nowadays? No one can make mistakes anymore without being judged. We need to remind ourselves that mistakes is what built this society in the first place.

Without trial and error, we would possibly be the same people we were in high school. Never learning from our mistakes, just wondering why it didn’t work out the way we thought. Mistakes are something to be embraced because either way, you still learned what NOT to do next time.

So why are you so afraid of failing with MOBE? It’s not scary, it’s like online college without the tests, essays, and all that. You learn the system at your own pace, you have a coach who is extremely successful in MOBE to answer all your questions, all the tools you’ll need to be successful.

Advertising is trial and error. You try one ad to a certain audience and if it doesn’t work, change it. Change the images, the text, or even the audience until you get it right. Trial and error.

If you think advertising is nothing but putting your own money into a campaign and hope you make money, that’s not it. There’s plenty of free traffic that gives you results as well as the paid traffic. You use a balance of both to be successful. Let us teach you how to do this. I know you can do this.

So just click the link. Trial and error, just like a fire. YOU are in complete control.




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