So, you’re getting ready to launch your first product … or maybe relaunch an existing one.
Regardless of what you’re planning to release to the world, you’re likely looking to achieve something we pretty much all want when we’re growing our business — income for our families, our lives, and to keep growing our business.
Many people I’ve helped launch usually talk about how they’d simply like to make consistent monthly income with their small business.
I know it sounds simple, but who else has ever said that they just want consistent, steady, ongoing income every single month?
It’s possible. I know that from my own experience, but I won’t lie. It’s not easy to get there. It doesn’t happen over night…and you can run into a lot of resistance along the way.
Maybe you’ve run into some of the same resistance.
Join me today as I share some of the biggest myths I believed that almost stopped me from ever launching...or feeling like I was worthy to launch!
You’ve decided that you want to launch something you’ve been creating in your head or actually working on for months now.
An ebook. A group coaching program. A new blog. An online course. A webinar. A Blog series. A completely new business. A shop. A new product.
But when’s the right time to actually launch something? When are you, your business and your ideal customers ready for you to launch?
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When you think of a launch, you probably think of a long list of tasks that need to get done...and who's going to have to do those...
Well, you're right, there are a ton of little things that need to be decided, delegated and done in order to launch a product or service (especially online). Along the way you may decide that you want to keep improving and perfecting all these pieces.
Nope! Not anymore...now, we're going to think about creating a CBB list...Could BE Better. In order to ship, you need to know when to let go and get something out the door instead of waiting for perfection to be attained.
If it's not broken and does what it's supposed to...keep moving. Put the CBB on a list and come back later.
Here's why I love my CBB list!
Make sure to download my CBB tracker printable over on my site: annesamoilov.com/shop