Quick Tip: An Easy Way To Keep On Track In Your Booklet Business

Do you ever find yourself bogged down in the mundane?  It might happen while you’re in the midst of writing your manuscript, or it could happen when you’re planning new products to add to your inventory.  But, at one time or another, you will find yourself completely absorbed in something, only to later wonder why you were so involved in it in the first place.

In order to keep yourself from spinning your wheels and spending too much time on things that are not productive, you need to remind yourself of why you’re doing what you’re doing. In other words, you need to ask yourself, “What’s the point?”

To illustrate this, imagine you’re writing your manuscript and you get bogged down in the details.  At some point, you remember the words on this blog and you ask yourself, “What’s the point?”  Immediately you’re taken back to the reason why you’re writing your manuscript and the point you’re trying to make with your booklet.  And now you’re back on track, able to quickly discard the details that don’t fit with that point.

Asking “What’s the point?” will help keep you on track in every area of your booklet business.  Cover color?  What’s the point?  Interior text?  What’s the point?  Reaching out to a new market?  What’s the point?

Try it!

To your riches!

Kim

PS: Before you can keep on track, you first need to get on track.  Are you ready?  Click here!

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