The decision is made – we’re now officially live. (Of course, we’ve been hit with our first technical slowdown – the dreaded Windows mandatory update just as I sat down to write this post. Such is life. :–)
5:48am, New Year’s Eve, after reading Seth Godin’s post – “Chance of a Lifetime” and now listening to the Tron soundtrack. Time to get out of development mode and get into The Grid.
What you’ll get from us:
- Ideas. Really good ideas. Ideas that will enable you to sell your product. Ideas to pull you up from start-up to fully functionally team with customers paying your real money. Ideas that you can start implementing immediately into your sales and marketing program. Ideas that will help you develop a sales and marketing program.
- Products. Products that work. The first e-book is almost finished, scheduled for both PDF download and Kindle ready by January 31. The Daily Practice Mobile App that develops your Daily Practice in sales and marketing.
- Persistence. Because chances are a few of the products we launch aren’t going to work and inevitably we’ll do a pivot on the ideas and products we’re providing. That’s okay. Jason Nazar says that all effort is equal. Well, I can do effort.
And that’s it. See you on the other side.