This is for you if you’re thinking of creating or marketing a digital product (eBook, PDF, music, video, tutorial or online course…) but don’t quite know how to get started.
Last summer I participated in the Small Product Lab (see my review of my lab experience on my other blog Quilting Oneness), organised by Gumroad. What I learned about taking a product from idea to launch was ever so helpful, and the community was supportive, encouraging, uplifting…just amazing!
Now previous participants have got together and are organising the Digital Product Mastermind Group on facebook – start is in two days, 18th April 2016, so you can still join.
This time the challenge is how to develop a product idea and take it all the way to launch in two weeks.
Obviously the short time span allows only for the creation of a small product (unless you’ve got something all ready to go), but if you’ve been procrastinating with publishing or launching it, this event might just give you the kick you’ve been waiting for. 😉
Maybe see you there?
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or: A Reason As Good As Any
Whether it’s a lapse in a diet or exercise program, going back to work after a holiday or illness, finishing an almost (but never quite) forgotten Work In Progress, or reviving a neglected relationship or blog – I certainly don’t have the miracle cure for restarting 😉 , but from my own painful experiences I learned three things: Continue reading
1st December = (inter)National Novel Writing Month is over.
♥ all who have validated and won: Enjoy your certificate – and look at it whenever the going is rough. You’ve done it once, and you can do it again!
♥ all who have not made it: Give yourself a pat on your shoulder for having started, and try again, in your own time
♥ all who have not participated in NaNoWriMo but instead have chosen a different challenge
♥ all who keep on living and learning, despite whatever challenge they face
While I scanned my subscriptions, I came across these excerpts, all from different blogs (eight in a row in total):
“Is anyone else having issues with WP today? All I’m getting is blank pages without links to new posts and comments.”
“Here [I] am sitting in front of a blank page just typing because I seem to have nothing to write about that has the making of anything like a five hundred word post.”
“Normally I have an idea of what my post will contain but today I know there’s something that is wanting to be expressed and written but I’m not quite sure what.”
I myself cleared my schedule for today of anything not related to The Enermazing Project. What happened? One power cut this morning from about 10:30 to noon, and another one from 14:00 to 14:45.
synchronicity is "in the air": everything is connected - in some way or other
Three out of eight, or four out of nine, whatever. I’m sure there’s a unique and reasonable explanation in every instance (like: WP is restructuring the site, writer’s block, inspiration in the make, the whole area being rewired), but synchronicity often appears in strange disguises:
We Shall Naturally look round in vain the macrophysical world for acausal events, for the simple reason that we cannot imagine events that are connected non-causally and are capable of a non-causal explanation. But that does not mean that such events do not exist…
Carl Jung: Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle
How was your experience today? Any blocks or obstacles – or quite the contrary?
Have a sunny day 🙂
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