One of the biggest objections to jeeter live resin creation is finding a great idea for a product. Believe it or not, you are often your greatest source for profitable product ideas, and you’re about to discover how to generate more profitable business ideas than you will ever be able to use.
Below you’ll discover seven different ways to generate your own ideas, how to know if your ideas are likely to work, and how to test your idea to see if it really is going to make you money.
First, let’s talk about a (not so) surprising revelation – you already have ideas. In the last month you’ve probably had product ideas for ebooks, videos series, memberships sites, etc. The fact is, finding ideas isn’t the hard part of product creation. Sometimes all you need to do is pay attention to what’s happening online and all around you, and then write down those ideas when you get them.
So what is the hard part of product creation? No, it’s not creating the product. It’s the step just after having an idea and just before creating the product, and it’s called: Choosing one idea and sticking to it, despite all the other distractions.
This is of course followed up by continuing to stick with the idea all the way through until completion. I’ll bet you that you already know from your first hand experience that perseverance until completion is truly the difficult part of the product creation process. Compared to that, getting an idea can be a piece of cake.
Here’s a thought that will take some of the stress out of choosing an idea and then seeing it all the way through to completion: Even a less than stellar idea – seen through to the end – will become an asset and a character builder. Let’s say you choose your idea and you run with it. You stick to it all the way from inception to final product creation and product launch. But it doesn’t perform the way you hoped and you don’t get the sales you anticipated.
You still have an asset you can use for multiple purposes. You can repackage your product with a new cover and new sales letter, and see if it sells better that way. You can use the product as a give away to list build. You can enter your product in giveaways and joint ventures to also build you list. You can use it as a bonus when you sell other products you’ve created or affiliate products. You can sell resell rights, master resell rights, or private label rights to it. You can publish it on Kindle, and so forth.
Incidentally, there are numerous cases where a book did not sell well and the publisher simply changed the title and cover, and it now sold like hotcakes. So it might not be your product at all – it could simply be your product’s name or the marketing you’re using to sell your product.
And your product is a character builder for you regardless of how well it sells because you’ve now proven to yourself that you can choose an idea and stick with it to completion. This skill alone can make you a very wealthy person.
Don’t believe me? Imagine two people: One person skips from idea to idea and rarely ever sees them through to completion. The other person completes one idea after another. Unfortunately, the second person creates four products that don’t sell very well for every product that sells like gangbusters. After a few years, the first person has two or three products completed, while the second person has close to 100 products created, 20% of which sold like crazy. Who would you say was more successful?