March 5th, 2010 by Bob Bly
Do you have a dozen different projects going on all at once?
According to MaryEllen Tribby, that may be an awful mistake.
Example: An entrepreneur is selling health information. Her first product is a special report on vitamin C.
Then she reads something interesting about vitamin D. And starts to write a vitamin D report, too.
Before you know it, she has four or five information products in various stages of completion.
You know how much money a project in progress makes you? Nothing. Nada. Zilch. Zero. Zip.
MaryEllen says it?s far better than to start and finish one project, and get it out into the marketplace.
That way, you can start earning revenues that fund the development of project number two while keeping your cash flow positive.
How about you? Are you good at completing and launching products and projects? Or do you just keep starting more and more without ever finishing any of them?
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