Many people struggle with getting their online business rolling because they never get around to creating their product. They think it has to be hard and take a long time. But I don’t think either of those things are true.
In fact, today I’ll share 3 easy ways you can create products fast!
Podcast: Download (Duration: 24:30 — 34.6MB)
It can be hard to find time to build your business, especially if you have a full-time job. “Moonlighting” to build your business can lead to burnout, problems with your current employer, or the failure of your spare-time startup.
I found I had to make five specific trade-offs to make it work. I believe anyone who is leaving a full-time job to pursue their own business can do the same, if you’re willing to make these same five trade-offs.
Podcast: Download (Duration: 50:37 — 70.5MB)
I’d like to give you my list of top secret tools, apps, sites, and books that I use to run my personal platform business. While some of these are common knowledge, others I have not spoken about publicly before now. Certainly I have not published so definitive a list.
I’ll give you the download link as a gift, when you complete my new Reader Survey. Click here to take the survey now.
I have written quite a bit about productivity, and done more than a few podcasts on the subject of getting things done. Today, I am taking a departure from the normal recommendations about being productive-including my own.
On today’s show, I will share five surprising productivity “hacks”- shortcuts that make you more productive. But shortcuts you may be shocked to hear coming from me.
Podcast: Download (Duration: 25:44 — 36.3MB)
This guest post by my friend Jeff Goins should be useful for anyone who is thinking of starting (or has already started) a business. Jeff is the author or four books, including his latest The Art of Work
. Jeff is an award-winning blogger and online entrepreneur. Also, he has great hair. ~ Ray Edwards
Ten years ago, I made the difficult decision to turn away from a lifelong passion for music and pursue a career in vocational ministry. It was a tough choice at the time, but as soon it was made, I knew I’d be doing ministry for the rest of my life.
Or so I thought.