3 Product Creation Tips for Increased Profits

So you want to be a seven-figure online business owner . . . Great news! . . . And you’ve poured your heart and soul into creating a $27 E-book that your market is sure to love. Good for you. But . . . you do realize that you’ll have to sell 37,038 of those E-books before you gross your first million, right? I don’t know about you, but that sounds like hard work to me!  And while I’m not opposed to hard work, easier is better. Since I bet you’re pretty overwhelmed by the task of figuring out how to hock those 37,000-plus books, let’s talk about how we can bring your millionaire dreams closer to reality. So whether you’ve created that entry-level E-book, have only created it in your mind, or you just have writing an E-book on your eternal “to do” list, there are 3 things you can easily do during product creation to add value to your E-book and increase your online business profits. First, make your product multi-media This is the easiest thing you can do to make your product more valuable.   Don’t just create a PDF document.  Depending on your niche, that will only be worth $27-$47. Read your book aloud and turn it unto an MP3.  Your E-book combined with the MP3 will appeal to a lot of people who may not have time to read, but can listen to your book in the car. Another good option is to create a video product.  You can do things with video that make it more engaging than the written word.  You must...

Practicing Personal Growth at the Airport

I’ve been listening to Wayne Dyer’s It’s Never Crowded Along the Extra Mile.  I’ve been through it twice now. As a result I’ve been focusing a lot of my personal development efforts lately on raising my spiritual energy.  For me this involves seeing all people as being Amoxil buy cheap part of God. Whatever your spiritual beliefs, becoming a nicer, gentler, more compassionate person is essential to your personal growth.  And the airport is a great place to practice this. I’m at the airport about once a month.  There’s a personal growth opportunity about once a second at the airport. The “old” me would say that the majority of the people that work at the airport and come to the airport to catch a plane are crazy.  Or mean.  Or seriously miserable.  And for some, all three. Now I just view all of these people as beautiful souls put along my path to bring me valuable lessons.  (Most days, anyway . . .)  Without these fine folks, how could I work on my own enlightenment? While at the airport, however, I often wonder — do only perpetually unhappy people go to the airport?  Or does the airport for some reason bring out the worst in otherwise fabulous people? We’ll get to that.  propecia online prescription For now, the point is that, if practice makes perfect, you can become the likes of Ghandi or Mother Theresa just by spending a few hours at the airport on a regular basis. I have successfully learned how to smile and say “thank you” no matter what anyone does or says to me at...