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I went and saw the new superhero movie 'Daredevil' this weekend, and for some reason it got me thinking about the Internet. This is probably a sign that I spend far too much time online--I can't even take in a flick without pondering on some aspect of cyberspace. But regardless of whether it's healthy or not, I decided to put my thoughts on paper and share them with anyone who is willing to read them. Hopefully, you are.For those of you who don't know, the superhero Daredevil is blind. But he still kicks major bad guy butt. And he still scores with major babes like Jennifer Garner (it was well worth the $5.00 dollars for the movie just to see her in leather. Hubba Hubba! And for you ladies, Ben Affleck wore a tight red leather suit most of the movie!). The point is that here is a guy that has lost one of his major senses and yet he doesn't give up. He's not afraid to live in a world that is geared towards people with sight. And not only does he live in this world-he triumphs.Most of us came online with certain ideas of how we were going to make money. We had a desire and we had a plan. We thought we had everything we needed to be successful. But after a while some of our surefire plans and ideas didn'twork out. We didn't become internet millionaires overnight. We started to think that maybe e-business was for people with more money, free time, and experience than us. We started to feel like we didn't have what it took. That's where many people stop-where they give up. They consider themselves Internet-handicapped. So they give up trying to make income online. Now they use the internet for email, news, shopping, and playing Yahoo Pinochle (which I've heard is very addictive). But they no longer do any kind of marketing. But what if the Daredevil had this kind of attitude. He would have never acheived his full potential. He would have never become a superhero. Dozens of criminals that he brought to justice would still be running the streets. And most importantly, he would never have been the main character in a major motion picture.The point is that sometimes we have to be an Internet Daredevil. Sometimes we have to realize that we may have less money, less time, and less experience than others in cyberspace. But this shouldn't stop us from still realizing our dreams. Sometimes we have to throw all caution to the side and just do it. Launch that new website you've been wanting to launch even if you don't have the money to give it a #1 listing in Overture or the HTML skills required to get it listed high in Yahoo. Start publishing that ezine you've been wanting to publish even if you don't think you have enough knowledge or experience. Take some of the little bit of free time that you do have and start writing ezine articles or e-books. Don't let doubts hold you back. Take the risk.The Daredevil lost his sight but he learned to take advantage of his other senses. This gave him an advantage over people who had all their senses. Similarly, just because some of our ideas may have failed, or we lack certain skills, doesn't mean we can't use the skills we do have, or other plans and ideas we have , to be successful. Unique ideas always do well on the Internet. A different prospective on an old program can bring new customers. So take the risk, and use your uniquesness.In conclusion, don't ever allow yourself to think that previous failures or lack of certain abilities or assets makes you an Internet Cripple. And even if you are disadvantaged in certain areas, take advantage of the areas where you excel. Be yourself and don't be afraid to take chancess. Don't let fear keep you from realizing your full potential. Dare yourself to be successful and keep working at it until you are. Don't be afraid to be an Internet Daredevil-even if you don't look as good as Ben Affleck in red leather...