Title: Paralysis Analysis
Author: LeeDavis
Category: RANT
Published: 2017-04-23 12:13:30
Clicks: 59

Paralysis Analysis

At this point, I'm all ready to go. My first information product all completed, the distillation of some of my best traffic generation devices tailored to the content generation practitioner. As an author/writer, I've done article rewriting, article series, content freelancing, and multiple other formats of content for profit and traffic. So, basing an information product on real-time moves made and tracked then extrapolated to practical performance should be a slam-dunk as far as to the satisfaction of the intended target market audience. But, in the back of my mind, there are still nagging doubts about both the readiness and relevancy of the project at hand. Being totally honest with myself, I have another few days of work left before I can even think about starting to promote publicly. Content related to the info-product needs to be injected into the members' area - between six weeks to two months worth of content to satisfy the first members to signup for what I'm formatting as an eCourse.

And even though I polished all presented techniques and ran them through the testing facilities for a once-over from the aspect of functionality, do I even know that they'll even work for anyone else? What if no one gets it? What if no one cares enough to even pay attention? I suppose the only thing to do is get to cold-foot roasting (lol!). The next few hours of the afternoon will be spent in trying to squeeze as much product-related content into my members' area until I almost wanna puke. That is what it will take today as I'm being distracted by beautiful sunshiny Spring weather that begs to be gone out and played in. More commonly-known as Discipline...

THIS will be the root of any success I gain from this project. The buckle-down and git 'er done hard-nose approach that sees to all foundational elements being laid. "Pitter Patter, Let's Get At 'Er", like they like to say out in Letterkenny (Sudbury, Ontario). By keeping up the deadly-serious work ethic, I can smash through any self-projected doubts and fears of failure. Who knows how anything is going to pan out until they DO IT ?!? And that's the crux of what has been seen as the cheesiest part of the online marketing game. The "Call To Action". But, when you think about it, it's one of the more essential parts to those marketing information products. If there's no reason for purchasers to take advantage of the information they shelled out cash for, then what hope does any entrepreneur have of generating repeat buyers?

For me, this is one of the most difficult achievements to nail since swimming through coding languages over the last decade. I'm putting everything on the line with this one. It's make it or break it time. This is the truest of essence as far as author to by-product. I don't know what I could do to follow up if this went absolutely nowhere. And then I flash back to how much work was done not only in documentation of said personal practices, but in the preparation of resourcing to be sorted through, as well as any of the other concerns that an info-product creator would be up against in the execution of their creative vision. And I then have no doubt that any other scenario other than #winning is about next to impossible. I only lose if I DON'T put it out...