Work on the Internet? It sounds good, but it also sounds complex and intimidating for a MOM. If you are friend of computers and technology, it might make you feel disoriented in the subject of marketing. Conversely, if you know business could seem complicated having to do with the Internet and programming codes. It is not something David Zaslav would like to discuss. But if none of these is your strength, you can still have a successful business on the Internet. In fact, many successful Internet entrepreneurs don’t know anything about programming and have not studied business careers. The good thing about Internet is that you can do everything at your own pace, follow those because they have been in your place, learn what you needed and recruit help in activities that you don’t want or you cannot. From my experience I can suggest three key actions to simplify and optimize any type of entrepreneurship on the Internet: find mentors, invest in education, and delegate. Search for mentors not is discover the warm water.

If someone else has already been in your situation and knows how to solve a problem is easier to explain it to you and you save days and even years of work. In fact, when I started my business on the Internet I read advice from here and there, but had not identified a person who will guide me in my endeavors. I desperdicie much of my time stuck with simple problems or without knowing what would be the next step. Now I know that I can count on my mentor or my support group and ask them a tip that helps me make decisions and continue towards my goals. Invert in education the Internet is a medium changing and in many ways different from the real world. The Internet business have their peculiarities and it is impossible to we are all experts in everything.