There was a time when the last thing I wanted in my life were problems. Now I’m a good scavenger of them. I’d even search for them in the garbage if I have to – or maybe not, but you get what I mean.
There are 2 things that keep me up at night, one of them is thinking about how to solve my problems and the other is finding a solution to other people’s problems.
If someone told me some years ago that problems could pay the bills, I’d probably just scratch my head. The truth is that the most successful entrepreneurs are the ones who solve common problems.
People are constantly searching for ways to solve their own problems. These same people are willing to pay to have their problems solved, because just like you and I their problems keep them up at night too. There’s an urgency to make that pain point go away. If you can solve it, you win – and get your bills paid. It’s as simple as that. Continue reading How Solving Problems Pays the Bills – The Rest Is BS
One product. One mega launch. Thousands of dollars in net profit. Every entrepreneur’s dream…if only life were that easy.
Behind the scenes, there’re hundreds of reminders in form of emails, calls, ads and meeting people one-on-one. You talk about your product to every single thing that moves and has the money to pay for it. It IS a lot of work. The hustle is real.
When you create your product, what you have in mind is how to make money out of it. And you should. Creating that product took a lot of effort. So you go out there and tell everyone about your product and how wonderful it is. That’ll encourage them to buy, right? Sad thing is that almost every time you get the door slammed on your face. Hard.
Why? Continue reading Salesy Ain’t Sexy – 6 Easy Steps to Stop Being Salesy
You’ve created your product, so now it’s time to put it out there and make money, right?
Yeah, that would work, so long as you can keep your audience’s interest alive. For some that only works the other way round – they unconsciously kill their audience’s interest. That can get really messy when they keep pushing so hard, especially when they think that will make it all work out in the end.
Are you guilty of killing your potential client’s interest? Here 3 ways to find out. Continue reading 3 Ways to Kill Your Potential Client’s Interest in Your Product and How to regain it
Studying myself pouring water in a glass may sound really weird. But as someone who is a strong believer that you learn something new from the craziest and the most unlikely, I’m open to anything.
For an online entrepreneur, creating digital products can do a lot for your business. It’s a good way of making passive income, showcase your expertise, attract more of your target audience, and open doors to opportunities.
Continue reading 6 Valuable Tips You Can Learn About Creating Your Products From Pouring Water in Your Glass