The Worst Thing You Can Do In Booklet Publishing

Are you waiting to start your booklet or advance in your booklet business because you have some condition you feel you need to meet before you can move ahead?  Maybe you think you need more money or more experience.  Maybe you think you need more teaching.  Maybe you’re waiting for summer or fall because you won’t be so busy then.  But, waiting is the worst thing you can do!

Why You Can’t Afford To Put It Off

You’re probably familiar with the phrase, “There’s no perfect time to have a baby.”  People always seem to want to wait for just the right conditions to be in place.  They want to have a house, a good paying job, and stability.  And while these are great goals, there’s never any guarantee any of it will stick.  You get a house, but something happens and you have to move.  You get a job, but something happens and you lose it.  There’s no such thing as stability in life. Nothing lasts forever, and putting off having a child might mean never being able to have one.

The same thing is true for your booklet.  If you continually put off writing it, it may never get written.  If you continually put off advancing your business, you might find that you’ve lost any ground you gained in the past.  Can you really afford to do that?

Someday Will Never Come

The best time to start your booklet is now.  Now is the ONLY time you’ve got.  The best time to advance your business is now.  There is no better time than right now, because every moment you wait is a moment lost.

The sooner you get your booklet done, the sooner you can get it to market and start making money from it.  The sooner you advance your business to the next level, the sooner you can reap the benefits of that next level.  Putting it off only hurts you.

This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t wait for that paycheck before you go to print.  Obviously, that’s a short term wait and a prudent one because you will need a little money for printed copies if you’re going that route.  But, many times, people will put something off indefinitely and that’s what you don’t want to do.  They’re waiting for someday, when everything is just right.  But, someday will never come.  Life is constantly changing. One thing gets better, another gets worse.

Things Will Never Be Perfect And That’s Ok

You will never have all your ducks in a row.  You will never have all the perfect conditions you are waiting for at the same time.  Neither will anyone else.  So, you might as well go ahead and start where you are. After all, isn’t that why you wanted to write a booklet in the first place – to make things better for yourself and live the life of your dreams?

Even when your booklet is published and your booklet publishing business is well established and you’ve got plenty of money coming in, things will not be perfect.  There will still be loose ends and problems that will crop up both in your personal life and in your business.  But, you must keep going.  Keep striving for that next goal.  You just need to learn to juggle the bad along with the good, and everything will turn out ok.  It beats the alternative – staying stuck where you are right now forever.

You want to start your booklet and you want your business to grow, and the only way it will happen is if you get out there and do it.  You CAN do it!  You just need to decide to do it.  Make that decision right now!

To your riches!


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