Know your weaknessesEveryone talks about being successful and what you have to do. The problem lies in the fact in order to become successful at anything, you have to know your weaknesses. This is what this Audio Blog post is about. A simple 3 step action plan which you can immediately implement.

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  1. Michel Fortin on January 8, 2006 at 2:26 pm

    I know exactly how that is. I believe that most Internet marketers tend to be perfectionists, and fear screwing up. So they don’t outsource.

    Their fear *is* often their biggest weakness, and hence they don’t progress and grow their business because they don’t outsource. Our mutual friend John Reese said it best: “You can profit from crap, as long as you improve it.”

    Greate post!

  2. Ann McIndoo on January 9, 2006 at 3:07 pm

    Hi Armand,

    I received the announcement for your blog, thanks for creating and sharing it.

    After reading all the entries, I felt like I had just had a $5000 private consultation with you. Tons of variety, rich in content, easy to read, great style loaded with lots of tips and specific action items. Thank you!

    Just one question, when are you going to write your book!


  3. on January 16, 2006 at 7:58 pm


    You are RIGHT ON about this! MY biggest weakness is TIME MANAGEMENT. I find myself
    doing the fun creative stuff I WANT to do, and procrastinating on the things I NEED to get done.

    Well of course I should be outsourcing the daily tasks, customer service and other minutia to a couple of part time “MIMI-ME’s” instead of trying to maintain a one man empire!

    MINI-MEing my biz is going to be my #1 priority in ’06.

    P.S. Best wishes on the MMG launch. Looks great.

  4. Barbara Drazga on March 14, 2006 at 11:24 pm

    Great tips! Stumbled across your blog today. Nice audio delivery.

  5. Michael Tinling on April 26, 2006 at 1:58 pm

    I am a new copywriter and listened to your advice on “Knowing your Weaknesses”. Very good and look forward to many more informative tips.
    Michael E. Tinling
    Toronto, Ontario

  6. Ken Chandler on January 5, 2007 at 7:43 pm

    Great Tips Armand Took me over an hour to make my list once I took a serious look at myself.The upside side is I know what is not a choice for me to do but rather a necessity to outsourcing You are awesome as always

  7. ishan gupta on January 7, 2007 at 5:29 am

    Well myself ISHAN GUPTA from INDIA.
    Well i liked the topic as RECITED by u .
    It helped me in a great deal , as i was having some problems with my engineering subjects.
    thanks to u once again.
    bye for now

  8. tony on September 29, 2007 at 3:49 am

    Knowing your weaknesses is one way to help you become successful.

    I propose an additional area of awareness that might be important to your success.

    One of the responses after discovering your weaknesses is to acknowledge them, forgive yourself for having them, and then work on improvimg yourself and your thinking so that these weaknesses no longer hinder or disempower you.

    It is possible that missing out on any one of the above steps could lead to blocks to your success in achieving your goals or advancing in your business.

    Happiness & Success to All !

  9. Terracotta Hughes on January 26, 2010 at 1:49 am

    Mr. Armand Fotin, you blog helped to inspire me to do better and move forward. Thank you for caring.