One of my favorite motivational quotes is from Winston Churchill. Rumor has it he said this to a room full of school children. I wish I’d been one of those kids. My life may have turned out very different. What he said was this: “Never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, give up. Never give up. Never give up. Never give up.” For purposes of…
I freely admit I have had lots of regrets, although I prefer to call them learnings. Regret is simply a reflection on an action taken that you wish had turned out differently.
Based on market demand, my “eMarketing 101” training program was built and refined over three “iterations” (which is just a fancy way of saying “improved versions”). Each iteration of the product was an improvement on the one before. I wouldn’t have been able to create version #2 as easily as I did without going through version #1 first, and I’m sure I never would have decided to build version #3 if I hadn’t created versions #1 and #2.
Here’s the deal… even working an extra 10 hours a week can bring in some much needed extra cash. Whether you need it to fund more ads for your online business, or to pay your exorbitant electric bill in the middle of summer, working a side gig can be a great way to boost your cash flow.
Minimum can be a completely manual system with no tech or automation at all. If you think about what product or process you’re looking to offer to potential customers, what “features” will be considered essential?