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#TodayNotSomeday: Create a Product

Written By: symsyd - Dec• 03•15

Have that thing you want to do someday? Do it today instead, and watch your blog and business grow!

Today kicks off the first episode of our 10-part podcast series about finally turning those “one day” dreams into today’s to-do list!

As I mentioned on Monday, these topics are focused on the ones I know most of you have on your someday pile of tasks, so during the month of December we will tackle them together, one episode at a time.

We will be sharing our progress on social media with the hashtag #TodayNotSomeday so you can follow along. These episodes are also sponsored by Meet Edgar, who have helped me this year with getting more organised with my daily tasks so I have the time to work on the bigger-picture plans (you can see more about how I use Edgar for all my social media here).

The first cab off the rank in the #TodayNotSomeday series is to create a product. It is one of the biggest things I kicked myself over for not doing sooner: once I got over two years of fears, self-doubt, lack of time, and low motivation, I finally launched my first ebook – and made $72,000 in the 10 days after its release. Don’t waste the same amount of time as I did!

In this podcast I will share a story that helped me realise that having a product to sell on your blog is so powerful not just for income’s sake, but also for connection, longevity, and authority. And why sell products, you ask? Well, I’ve got nine reasons why, which we’ll go through during the episode.

I also want to let you in on how I finally managed to break through all that was holding me back in order to create that first product, and some quick tips on how you fan find time to do it too. Grab a notebook and a pen and get ready to take the next step in chasing your dreams.

You can find the show notes here, and the hashtag again is #TodayNotSomeday – I’d love to see what you’re working on!

 

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