I’m trying to build this course and it’s stressing me out. I’ve been in the game so f*cking long that I know what looks good and it’s paralyzing me.
I can tell I’ve been spending unnecessary amounts of time on things that don’t necessarily matter right now. (Branding, designs, etc)
I DO think it’s important to dedicate some time to that stuff, but I am spending far too long on it. And then I start stressing about it.
And then I go back and rework something that I already “finished”.
And then another.
I just need to get…
It feels good to build something. It feels good to be barreling towards a goal.
I’m excited again. And I’m excited about being excited again. 🙂
I’ve been building out an asset inside nurturely. GHL calls it a snapshot. Basically, I want to be able to give an entirely automated lead generation machine to anyone who buys our course + purchases a saas subscription.
I want this to feel like they’re getting hundreds or thousands of dollars worth of value every single month.
I’ve been working hard on it this last week and, today, I don’t think I’ll be getting much done. I’m heading to Hemlock in a couple hours (Chris’s wedding weekend). I’ve gotta pack some stuff up, get a haircut, and play some tennis today yet too. I definitely need a few more pocket accountability points this week and tennis is going to help beautifully lol.
It’s my mom. Lol
I’m actually very excited about this… that pic above is a screengrab from a movie and if you can’t tell me which movie it is, idk how I’ll be able to explain it. Anyway, I offered to tackle a few projects at Custom Maids and she agreed.
I need to dive headfirst into this industry [cleaning business industry] if I want to make any kind of fulfilling impact. I won’t be able to understand the deep problems that need to be fixed unless I immerse myself in it. I need to curate a specific…
There are endless use cases nurturely has for any kind of local business—especially service-based businesses.
My “SaaS company” is really a no-code, white-label software platform. Anyone can sign up and start a “software company” with this one. Since anyone can do this, it’s going to be very tricky to differentiate. There are already thousands and thousands of competitors. I just happen to think there is enough room in the market for me to grab a slice no matter the competition. …
September 2nd, 2021 is Day #3 for me so I thought I’d do a little check-in and show you what I’ve been up to. Yesterday, I got the skeleton of my website up and running (no, not officially launched yet).
I’m working on the copy + design of the homepage and, right now, it just has a ton of dummy content. It’s a very rough draft at this point. I’m using DropFunnels to build my website. …
Yes, really. I’m going to be launching a software company. It’s not entirely original, but I’m going to make it unique to me and my vision.
Long story short, it’s white-label software. But I believe it fills a serious need that I can capitalize on. I’m able to work towards my own goals while filling a gap in small, local businesses. Lead generation + nurturing.
The first industry I’m going after is residential cleaning.
I’m in quite a few different Facebook groups and I see a constant theme — people don’t know how to effectively generate leads for their own…
I’m absolutely surrounded by people suggesting I build a course and create optionality for myself.
To be honest, I’m not even 100% sure I know what optionality means. But, given the context, I think it’s ultimately a nice way of taking control of your life.
My goal is to get people to become customers of my software company.
Oh yeah btw, I’m building a software company.
It’s white-labeled software, but it’s software at the end of the day.
But I’m building a course that helps me sell this software. I am building the thing (my course) that sells the thing…
Seriously, it’s just a spreadsheet built on Google Sheets.
When I sit back and think about why this works for me, it boils down to me owning a number that is only mine. I get to see a tangible number that reflects my output for the week.
I started with 4 pillars. 4 areas where I wanted to build better habits for myself and make sure I stay improving.
And then I’ve since added:
They’re listed in the order they were added to the spreadsheet.
My Career pillar has needed a readjustment for…