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How to Create a Checklist

Never start a business to make money. Start a business to make a difference.

Following on from my previous post ‘Motivation Issues? – Try Some of These Strategies‘  where I discussed creating checklists I talked about Kevin Fahey’s IM CHECKLIST where you can get hold of some really great checklists on a range of different topics including Email Marketing, Product Creation, Affiliate Marketing, Newbie Marketing, Messenger Marketing, Outsourcing, ClickBank and a lot more, I decided that I will provide you with the steps or process to create your own checklists.

Your checklist is effectively a cheatsheet.  It is intended to aid one’s memory.

Writing out a checklist is to convey the steps required in a process and organizing the content logically and concisely so that it can be used for quick reference and replicated in the future.

There are a variety of strategic reasons for using checklists, Continue reading

Motivation Issues? Try Some of These Strategies.

Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs

Strategies to remain engaged in your online business

Today we are going to talk about some strategies that you may find useful to remain engaged in your online business and avoid burnout.

You’re finally doing it. For many years you’ve wanted to work from home and you are finally doing it.

You are no longer a worker who has a “J O B” – the acronym for Just Over Broke; you are now a company owner, self-employed, ruler of your own destiny AND you have actually inherited all the obligations that feature in owning a business:

The person who is trying to build a one person operation home business must wear many hats. If you are going to be successful, you must be aware of and pay attention to every aspect of your business.

  • You are the project manager, the supervisor and the job organizer
  • You are the time keeper
  • You are the marketer
  • You are the product developer and service provider
  • You are the support department; and

And the list goes on and on.

Regrettably, as a self-employed business owner, you cannot only choose when to work, but also when NOT to work. And this can be a genuine issue.

It is so easy to simply play hooky on a nice day and choose to head off to the golf course or to the local fishing hole instead of opening your laptop.

As a business owner, there are so many things that you need to Continue reading