Michael Hyatt posted a helpful list about how he has overcome feeling overwhelmed. I liked his list and I believe he has some positive things to say.
His major take-away, though?
Delegate and out-source those tasks that are not productive for you.
I get that. I really do. I can see the wisdom in hiring a part-time maid/nanny/cook to take care of my kids, dust and vacuum, keep the laundry moving, grocery shop, and prepare meals (think I could get all that accomplished with ONLY a part-timer? Ha!) while I write and blog on an almost full-time basis.
My biggie question, though, is how do you outsource when you have no way to pay for it? It doesn’t seem wise to go into debt to pursue this business model.
What do you think? How helpful is Michael’s advice for the struggling new business owner who is doing it all because there’s no other option at the moment?
Read the entire post here.
(Thanks, Jennifer Cortez, for calling this post to my attention.)
How to Make $1000 a Month Online
If you’d like to make at least $1000 per month with your blog online, you should check out this upcoming webinar from Authority Blogger. These types of webinars are every where, but the pitch for this one impressed me, and I signed up. Why? Because the organizers tell you up front that not everyone will become a millionaire online:
Contrary to popular belief, not everybody can make millions of dollars per year while working in their underwear on the computer. It’s just not realistic.
BUT, they say they do believe that everyone is capable of making a nice supplemental income (at least $1000 per month) with their blogs. They say this webinar will give 5 different ways to do just that.
I like that honesty. That’s really my approach, too. I DO believe that most anyone can make at least a nice part-time income online.
So, I want to learn more.
You may want to, as well.
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