So you have an enormous amount of content hanging out on your hard drive (whether the one on your computer or the one inside that beautiful head of yours). You’re ready to take the leap and share what you know using an information product…now there are suddenly 400 more questions.
(If you haven’t already read this post, I suggest you do so before giving this process a go. They go together!)
The challenge is there is no one size fits all answer (unless “it depends” counts). There is a way to tame the ContentBeastie™ that threatens to overtake you at every turn!
You know a whole bunch of different things and picking one is harddddddddddd. You may even have 20 years worth of stuff accumulated somewhere: notes, stickies, hard drives, note pads. If so, you’re normal!
Which information product?
And on and on the questions go.
So stop. Breathe.
Let’s use what I use with clients when we’re in the seemingly never-ending question asking mode and need to get into the DOING mode.
Let’s adapt a tool used in the medical world called triage (choosing who gets care first based on how critical the condition is).
See how this works? Your focus for your first product is to get it out the door with the minimum of time and effort. THEN you can come back and do the other stuff.
So whatcha think? How could you put triage to work for your decision making processes?
Pop your response or ideas in the comments box and let’s get your message out there.
You can do this. We can do this together. You’re not alone in your dreams and passions.
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