How to Know Your Product Will Sell

Last week we began to outline the 5 Phases of Business Development

How to Know Your Product Will Sell

Today we’ll cover Phase 2: How to Know Your Product Will Sell.

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Spiritual Foundations

Fear keeps us from becoming all God intends for you.

It can ruin your life. Anxiety makes us sick.

Sometimes the solution for that is medical.

But often we are trying to use a medical solution to a spiritual problem.

There are 365 “fear not” commands in the Bible. That’s one for every day of the year.

Angels, and the post-resurrection Christ, always said, “Fear not!”

The cure for fear? The opposite of fear is not courage. It’s love.

The Bible says, “There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear …” (1 John 4:18 NIV).

God is love, and the more you fill your life with God, the less fear you are going to have.

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Feature Segment: The 5 Phases of Business Development You Must Not Skip

Phase 2: How to Know Your Product Will Sell

  • How are you solving this problem?

  • This is the stuff. Course? Coaching? Physical Product?

  • Do you really know what they will buy?

  • When will it be ready?

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Question:

Have you ever launched a product that just flopped? Why do you thnk that happened?

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2 thoughts on “How to Know Your Product Will Sell

  1. Ray & Sean,

    Great to meet you in person in Nashville. In this podcast, you may have given us an idea for a humorous pain point for the sports fan.

    “Do you or someone you love have a GAS problem?” “We have the solution!”

    Do you think we can build some copy around that theme for the sports fan?

    Thanks much! Mark