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Do You Think A Woodpecker Can Teach You About Online Survival?

Published on 3/19/2015
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Have you ever watched a woodpecker at work?


 Are you a woodpecker?

Yes. According to Sandi Hunter - A woodpecker can teach you something about online survival


"Got any woodpeckers in your neighborhood?" She asks


"The next time you see a woodpecker watch him for a while. Think about how the woodpecker spends EVERY DAY of his life."


During my early morning walks I am fascinated by the sound of this woodpecker on a tree working hard and appear to be so busy as he hammers rather loudly away at this tree.


An Analogy
" The woodpecker must peck, peck, peck away all day and every day looking for food. It’s a matter of survival.

The woodpecker doesn’t peck frantically for a few hours then take the afternoon off to snooze on a comfy branch.


The woodpecker doesn’t peck frantically for one week straight to fill his tummy, then take a 2 day break snuggled up in his nest. Instead, he pecks away continually, rain or shine. If he doesn’t find food in one place he is off to the next tree to find a tasty morsel.


He doesn’t give up when the first 3 trees have no bugs, throw his wings up in the air and say I quit!


The woodpecker knows what you need to know: survival requires continuous pecking.

In your case, your success is 100% dependent on your continuous pecking strategies for the survival of your business."



Sandy Explains that she interacts on a daily basis with marketers, entrepreneurs, and home business personalities from diverse backgrounds and skills. However, she concluded that their was a common theme among them, and that is,  what they can do or are willing to do to build their business.


She says:  "I am always amazed at how people approach building their home business or business opportunity. Some will bite in like a dog on a bone and go hard for a month, then let go and I never hear from them again. Others study, analyze, learn, listen, think and digest but never get to the part of actually DOING anything. Some will find fault or make the most clever excuses for why they can’t work their business."



The Woodpeckers



     




Sandi says: "These are the people that give 100% effort to building their business EVERY day. Like the woodpecker they peck away at the daily required tasks of building their business to call prospects, promptly reply to email, promote their business, take care of customers, generate leads, build their mailing list, generate traffic, network with others, solve problems as they happen, plan and prepare.


If one strategy is not producing results they peck away trying to find a more productive outcome, or they peck from another approach, a new angle, a new offer, a new promotion, or new goals."


They are not content to give up.
They recognize the pointlessness of trying to  accomplish everything in one day, they work daily, steadily, consistently pecking away to get to their goals. Like the woodpecker they know not to over extend themselves and not bite off more of the worm than they can chew. Instead they peck away daily at the necessary tasks being sure to maintain a balance with other important aspects of their life! .


The Entrepreneur, much like the Woodpecker has a realistic attitude and recognizes that Inasmuch as there are tasks considered ordinary, they are requirements for building a successful business, and therefore must be done in order, consistently to succeed.


As a business person You like the Woodpecker just have to keep on  pecking, hammering away if you intend to get the prize.


My PR today was inspired by  this Tip I received in my email from Sandi Hunter of worldprofit.com -  Please take the time to visit



Thank you for taking the time to read my PR and leaving your comments



Cosmos Parris



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