by Kathleen Gage
This is the time of year many people claim the coming year is going to be “the one.” It’s the time “things change in a big way and this time they will do things differently.”
On both a personal and professional level, a person may have claims of changing for the better. The end of one year and beginning of another are traditionally when people become exceedingly aware that they didn’t do what they promised themselves last year.
On a personal level it’s to lose weight, quit smoking, save more money, and either get in a relationship, get out of one or improve the one they’ve got.
Professionally, it’s often to make more money, get more clients, write a book or create a product line.
Digitally, the beginning of the year goals I’ve heard many people make are to create that one “silver bullet” eProduct that will take their business over the top and make them a million bucks.
When pressed to share what their plan is to achieve this type of revenue with one product, the answer is often very vague. [Read more…]