When you work for yourself, and there’s no one to tell you specifically what to do next, it’s easy to get distracted into things that are interesting but perhaps not contributing to our success.
One example of this is the lure of writing an ebook. You hear about everyone who’s written an ebook, and so you feel you have to as well. You put weeks into creating this book, formatting it, getting it published on the Kindle platform. And then what? You make $40 in the first month. And $20 in the second. Was it worth it putting in those dozens or hundreds of hours into writing that book? Was there something else you could have done in that time to advance your business?
In this video, I talk about how selective you have to be when taking on new work into your business.