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Measuring Results With CTP Is Easier Than You Might Think

Measuring Results With CTP Is Easier Than You Might Think

It must be hard to get results when you are bogged down in self-pity, jealousy or an overwhelming sense of how unfair everything is.

If you compound that with spending most of your precious time hating on those more successful than you, then those illusive results will be even harder still to find.

And as we all know, since gamification was added to traffic exchanges, the results have dried up for everyone in the industry…except that they haven’t.

In Jon Olson’s last blog post he showed that results are all around us…they are everywhere and finding them is not hard to do.

So, for example, it is a result when someone realizes that it is time to drop the self-pity and the petty jealousy and just get on with making the most of the cards they have been dealt.

It is a result when members of CTP are collectively $154,000 better off when measured by commission payments alone.

It is a result when people come together in CTP Teams and end up forging friendships and business partnerships.

It is a result when someone new comes into CTP chat and is given help and guidance by more experienced members.

It is a result when someone overcomes their fears and puts out their first splashpage, video or blog post.

It is a result when the first commission payment comes in.

It is a result when the next and the next and the next payments come in.

It is a result when we no longer look to what other people are doing and concentrate on what we are doing.

It is a result when we show up at TELive and learn something new or ask that question that was troubling us for months.

It is a result when we realize that with the CTP community we are never alone any more.

For even more examples of results check out Jon’s blog post: Hit Exchange News – Results! Results! Results!


14 responses to “Measuring Results With CTP Is Easier Than You Might Think”

  1. Joao Ramos says:

    What are results?!
    Like Jon said in his blog, they are subjective. I, and can only speak for myself, didn’t get the results i wished but… Thanks to CTP, i got the results of knowing new people, have fun with them, learning from them and in the future be able to put those things learned in practice.

    A BIG thanks to all the Lucky 13 members that helped me! 🙂

  2. Howard Fullmer says:

    Great post Patrick was good reading material 🙂

  3. Kathy Clouse says:

    Great post Jon…and you are so right about getting bogged down in the pit, jealously, envy, evil gossip, life is so unfair! GET OVER IT people…What a total waste of time it is to hold onto all the crap in life, when you let it full your days and your mind, you are no longer in charge, the crap is.

    You are a smart man. Keep writing, I will keep reading!

  4. Sig says:

    Good read indeed!

    SEA you all out there 🙂

  5. Evelyn Kramer says:

    It is known that genius = poor spelling. The brain is going faster than the fingers can keep up. Plus genius readers are scanners and have a hard time filling in the middle of the words. They are focused on the concept not the letters.

    TimTech as a group and Jon Olson as an individual is Genius.

    Yes I have drunk the Kool aide and it is good. 🙂

    As for the rest of it, the petty, the anger, envy and whatever else, that’s their problem. Be a duck. Be true to yourself.

  6. Chris says:

    My results personally have been awesome. I have met new people, been able to work on a business, and generally have fun doing it. If you don’t love what you are doing, then why are you doing it?

  7. Howard Fullmer says:

    I’ll be a sea cowboy and ride my sea coe hehe 🙂

  8. Barbara Serrano says:

    Measuring results….i love to hear.

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