Finding Info-Product 4

This post was written by Tony-Online on April 24, 2010
Posted Under: Uncategorized

The delay in following up on my last blog has been as the result of finding out that we had very little time to act on an opportunity to take advantage of an opening that became available for my mother-in-law to move to a senior’s residence. My mind and my attention have been elsewhere.

So here’s the thing. Operating your own business, especially when you’re just getting started, usually demands all of your attention, and then some. If events conspire to steal your time and attention away from your business, your business will suffer. Your business requires your full attention and it won’t permit you to take any time for other things without some loss of continuity; my blog for example.

I’m not saying this to discourage you but to make the point that the simpler your business plan is to begin with, the easier it’s going to be for you to manage it during the start-up period. Your start-up will require your undivided attention for anywhere from months to years and the length of time it’s going to take is up to you.

Under ideal circumstances, you want to devote every waking moment to managing your business and growing it to a level of success where it begins to give back more than it takes from you. The more labor intensive your business is, the more it demands from you in time and effort. Many offers suggest that you can make money instantly, become rich overnight and it happens rarely.

Starting off by selling someone else’s product reduces the up front effort required of you to devote to your strategic creation of a business online. Offering one or more products that are created and being fulfilled by others can be very profitable for you, and enable you to learn while you develop and grow your business.

You can expand your business to include one or more products of your own creation or even get into physical products later on. You are going to find it easier to expand an existing business than it will be to set up an entire business from the outset.

Next, I’ll expand on making up a checklist you can use as a guide.

To be continued.

An original blog written by Tony Neilson and published at April 24/10

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