When I was a young man, I was totally undisciplined.
I was a nerd, yes, but you knew that part.
I would go to the bookstore, see a book on teaching myself Italian, and get all excited at the prospect. I’d buy it and take it home, all set to get started.
By the time I’d reached page nine, I would have found something else that sounded exciting, and my ambitions to learn Italian would have dissipated as quickly as they had begun.
I see the same phenomenon among good people who want that online income stream.
They buy something, get 10% through it, and then buy the next thing.
They never focus on that one thing.
(This is almost as bad as the folks who want that income stream but never actually do anything at all, have no plan for reaching their goal, and then sip tea wondering about what might have been.)
So here’s what you should do.
Focus on this one thing.
Join me this Thursday night for a presentation with Rachel Rofe, who will take you through all kinds of free resources you can use to create things people love.
Woods, I can’t create anything!
Yes, you can. Do I really have more confidence in you than you do?
These are print-on-demand products — with particular emphasis on coffee mugs — so they don’t even get created until someone orders them. That means you don’t have to spend anything on (or even hold any) inventory.
See why it’s so much easier to be alive in 2017 than 1957?
One little witty line, often with people passionate about a certain niche in mind, and you have a product people really do buy. I promise.
Learn how to do this (it’s idiot-proof), how to get started, and where Rachel gets her ideas (the source is right in front of you, but if you’re like me, you won’t see it until she shows it to you).
Yes, it works, and no, doing it doesn’t cost you anything.
See you Thursday:
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