Many legal nurse consultants procrastinate when it is time to turn in a report. Is it perfect? They risk missing a deadline because they are not willing to let their work product go. The same behavior affects the desire to have the perfect website. But they don’t know what that means or how to get there. Instead of taking action to create or modify a site, they stay frozen either with no website or a partially effective one.
I want to share an email that Paul Taubman wrote to someone:
“If I may point something out (and this is not meant as a criticism of you, but a suggestion to everyone)… This is based on my opinion…
We have been searching for our keywords the past couple of weeks in order to get a perfect website name, find out niche, etc. It is easy to spend TONS of time researching, searching, and then re-searching (that word looks familiar!) the perfect keywords.
This can be an all encompassing task. Procrastinators and perfectionists LOVE to do this. They love to get it just perfect. They want to be absolutely certain they have the EXACT words that people want to see.
I personally know someone who has purchased over 1,000 (yes, over a THOUSAND) domain names. Some folks may say that is not too bad, however, he does not have 1 site up. NADA. NOTHING. ZERO. ZILCH! He is waiting for the perfect website name.
My advice? Do not get too caught up searching for keywords ad infinitum. Get comfortable with what you have (maybe even set a deadline) and then MOVE ON!
My motto is, “Persistence, not Perfection.” You can always modify later. I hope this helps.
The perfect website is an illusion
A good friend of mine has the slogan: “Take Action, Revise Later.” What can happen when you stay stalled? Does this ever happen to you? Do you get caught up in activity thinking that you are making progress, when in fact, you are just doing busy work?
Your site has a lot of parts to it. Work towards making incremental improvements and continual progress! Do not get caught up in trying to make everything perfect before getting started.
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