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One crappy page a day

Do you ever feel like you’re not good enough? That someone always put’s out better contents than you? Someone else is better at making sales? You’re not seeing the whole picture.

We have a habit of seeing other people’s successes and overlooking their failures. As Seth Godin likes to say, your job is to ship. If you’re a poor writer write until your writing is no longer poor. If you’re a poor salesman talk to clients until you get them.

Get used to shipping one crappy page a day. Think about it, if you were to write one page a day you would finish a book in a year. That’s more than a lot of well-known authors. Gladwell’s 10,000-hour rule applies to anything you do. So take advantage of it, do a little bit each day. And you’ll be a master sooner than you think.

I hope you found this post helpful, if so like it and share it with your friends. And while you’re at it, check out my ebook ‘level up your business’ a guide to starting your own business the right way.


2 thoughts on “One crappy page a day

    1. I’m glad to see you started a site, you’re one of the few that actually take action. I would delete the pages you’re not using like ‘products’ and ‘contact us’ unless you plan ti use them in the future. And you’ll need a lot of content. I use a free program called Trello to dump the ideas for later use, your best ideas will come to you when you’re taking a walk, watching a movie etc.


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