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As a solopreneur aspiring to greatness, you might be currently trying to balance: getting cash in the door; delighting your current clients; developing a product; emailing your community; completing the courses you’ve bought; ensuring you’re contributing valuable insights in Facebook groups; and remembering to see people in real life occasionally.
So it’s easy to see why you may have many reasons that e-book writing malarkey isn’t making it off your to-do list any time soon.
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This is the final part of a series. It’s a true story — one you’ll enjoy more (and understand the end of!) if you check out Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 first… 🙂
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This is Part 3 of a true story. You’ll enjoy it more (and it will make more sense) if you check out Part 1 and Part 2 first…
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For 13 months this was ‘just’ a blog.
That wasn’t inherently a bad thing. I learned more about WordPress, plugins and email campaigns than I’d foreseen; and creating and sharing fortnightly quests with my small but loyal community was rewarding.
This is the first part of an honest retrospective. Sign up at the end of the post if you’d like to know via email as soon as the remaining 3 parts are published (and receive a bonus gift).
We’re all prone to procrastination when we:
- are overwhelmed, or
- don’t have enough information to inform our next action, or
- lack clarity around our purpose in a specific situation.
(On a doozy of a day, all 3 might wallop you. Yep, been there too.)