Another sun sets and you wake up thinking, “maybe this is the day.”
You pick up your phone and Facebook streams and your inbox fills your head. Other people’s priorities and the digital noise seeps in.
Of course, this happens almost automatically. Most of the time you’re not even consciously aware of it.
More than anything, it just adds to the confusion and overwhelm of launching.
It’s hard enough already to know where to start.
- How do you figure out your message and what makes a good website?
- Should you have a Facebook page?
- What about an email newsletter? Isn’t that important?
But that doesn’t even begin to cover it. There are so many other things to consider.
I mean, of course, you need a logo, business cards and a cocktail line before you can launch too, right?
All of these moving pieces can make you feel like you need a thousand arms to keep track of it all. Even if you could accomplish this heroic feat of multi-tasking, how do you really know what actually matters when it comes to the tech side of your business?
Like, should you have a shopping cart, or is a Paypal button enough? Should you do an html or text-based email newsletter?
It’s enough to make you nauseous.
Did I make a mistake? I’m thinking about doing something I’ve never done
For a long time I’ve purposely avoided the tech side of helping you get paid to be you. It’s not necessarily my biggest strength and I’ve never had a ton of fun teaching it.
But I’ve been rethinking this recently. I think that I’ve made a mistake.
I’ve been seeing over and over too many people struggle with the basics of what makes a good website, or something as simple as how to write a good about page.
Personally, I’d rather see you not give up before you even launch.
So… I’m considering for the first time creating a free guide for you on the essentials to your digital headquarters.
You can kind of think of this as your “basecamp” — the home base from where you launch your missions to takeover your corner of the web.
This basecamp should feel like a place where you’re comfortable. It should empower you, not make you frustrated and want to give up on your dreams.
Should I do this? My question to you is this…
If I were to create this guide, I’d love to know from you:
What do you most struggle with when it comes to putting the foundations under your freedom business?
Leave a comment and let me know.
If enough people are interested, I’ll go ahead and make the free guide.