Orlando Web Marketing Expert Ian Garlic Launches Second Post in Mindset Mondays Blog Series

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Ian Garlic, Orlando internet marketing expert and CEO of authenticWEB, launches the second blog post in his Mindset Mondays series.

Ian Garlic, an internet marketing expert in Orlando, launches the second post in his "Mindset Mondays" series on his official blog. This new blog post series is aimed at small companies who are looking for a smarter and more personal approach to marketing online.

Mindset Mondays will be a weekly blog post. Each week, Ian Garlic will focus on one particular aspect of internet marketing, sharing stories, tips, and tricks that he has learned in his time in the industry.

In this week's post, Garlic discusses the mindset of "All or nothing" that seems to befall many business owners. "There are always excuses “Not enough time,” “X is more important,” “I am not in peak shape,” ”It’s just not good enough,” He says, "Success comes about because of those times you step up when you are not going to do something great, but just do something, over and over again."

This week's post is aimed at encouraging business owners, and anyone who markets online, to get out there and try, and to embrace the "off," less than stellar days. "To get to the great moments, you have to embrace the bad ones."

Mindset Mondays is, for internet marketing expert Ian Garlic, more than just a mindset. It is the core set of values on which he has founded authenticWEB, his web marketing company. With this series of blog posts, he hopes to share his experience and knowledge, gathered from years in the industry, and help small businesses do smarter - more authentic - marketing.

The second blog post of Mindset Mondays can be found at http://iangarlic.com/2014/01/21/embrace-worst/


About Ian Garlic

Ian Garlic is the CEO of authenticWEB, an Orlando based web marketing and design company. An internet marketing expert, he founded authenticWEB fueled by the idea that businesses could evolve and grow through the web.

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