Perspective is a great thing. My husband and I just finished an intense four-month push to launch our new product and business (Make, Market, Launch IT). In my last post, I shared my biggest mindset lessons. Now, I want to share some distinctions around the business side of things – and where the biggest points of leverage are for you.
I’ve been dark these past few weeks after finishing my first major launch. I wanted to have some time to both recover and think through what I could share that would have the most value to you.
Of course, what immediately comes to mind are all the distinctions about how to maximize squeeze pages, split test your offer, use webcasts to increase sales, manage affiliates, and so on.
But as I was thinking about this, I realized that there’s something deeper I want to share – something that I believe is the single most important thing in your business today.
We are well into the New Year, and I wanted to help you keep your momentum by sharing some keys to set yourself up for a happy, successful and prosperous year.
I’ve been spending a lot of time lately talking with customers and colleagues—and let’s face it, working on my own business as well.
I have heard people tell me a million times that you can only build on success.
So I can see where it might be kinda weird to be sending out a message highlighting my biggest shortcomings as a business person—especially this time of year.
However, this slideshow is a great reminder of how far a business can come in a year. And yes, everything in this slideshow is based on something I learned, in most cases, the hard way.