So we see some of these big time success stories with people getting a thousand-plus dollars a month on their sales.
Or $10,000. Or $100.000. Or even a million.
We look at them and we say, “oh they’re so good at so many things.”
They do email well, and ads well, and they write fast…
And we think, “I could never live up to that.”
That’s the feeling.
That’s the feeling even I have sometimes when I look at these folks.
But they didn’t start out at the top.
They started by getting really good at one thing.
They didn’t try immediately to be good at 10 things.
They got good at one thing.
And usually that one thing was tied into their strengths.
Do they like math and data?
Maybe then it started with ads.
Do they like connecting with people?
Maybe it was a Facebook group that acted as an advanced-reader team.
You don’t have to necessarily learn it all.
You don’t have to necessarily learn it fast.
But what you absolutely have to do is get really good at one thing.
And that could even be the writing craft.
Get really good at one thing.
And then, usually, these success stories happen when someone who was really good at one writing or production-related thing also got good at one marketing thing.
So, maybe someone was really good at writing fast and then learned how to write Amazon ads.
They combined those skills and then BOOM. Success.
They were really good at writing to market and then got really good at email list building.
So start with one thing.
Get really good at that.
Then you can move on to learning thing number two.
I hope you found that helpful.
Thanks for reading!