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
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
What’s the point of working hours on creating a product only for no one to buy it? You’re trying to run a business here. It is only natural to get reward for your hard work in form income.
If you receive something in return for all your hard work, it will motivate you to do more. But just because you want to make a profit does not mean that you should create something that merits the trash.
The way you are going to get real value for the hours you put into creating a product is when you know your aim for the product.
I can’t begin to say how important mindset is when you want to do ANYTHING.
If you want to manifest something great, you must be focused and very definite in what exactly you want. All these apply when you create your products too.
And I’m not going all woo-woo on you.
Complete focus on what you want your product to achieve will ensure that your product is successful.
Continue reading Can Knowing What You Want Your Product To Do For You Make Your Product Successful?
Passive income, clients, greater exposure, mind-blowing opportunities can all be yours once you create your products and put them out there for the whole world to see.
If only it was that easy.
There is a great amount of work and focus you need to put into creating your products. And if you really want to sell, then you need to create a product that is something your audience wants.
Everytime you create something that is for human consumption (I’m not talking about food, although it could be relevant), have this question at the back of your mind: “what’s in it for me?” That is the question your audience unconsiously ask themselves.
If you want your product to be worth their while, then you need to make sure that your product is of some benefit to your audience. And this benefit should be something that has its basis on their wants, desires or problems that they find pressing.
The golden rule: it’s all about them and not you. Your audience are Continue reading About to Create Your Product? Hope You Took These 4 Steps First
Do you want to create a digital product for your business but don’t know which product to create? How to create it? Or where to begin?
It happens to soooo many of us — myself included.
You may have an idea of the content you want to give in your product but you can’t decide which form it should be in.
Sure, the content IS important, but the form of the product also has some level of significance.
Consider the type of learners we have in the world. We don’t assimilate information the same was. Some of use learn better by reading content. Those are the textual learners. Others learn better listening. Those are the auditory learners. And others learn through the help of visuals. Yep, you’ve guessed it, they are the visual learners.
Apart from the method people assimilate information, you have to consider that there are certain conditions that require you to use one medium over the other. Continue reading Not Sure Which Product to Create? Time to Tap Into These