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Productive Product Creation: - The Most Important Things Is Time Management

Dated-10 Mar 2013 

Product creation is one area where I really think I am qualified to talk – you see, I have only been online about months – so although for the help www.product-creation-innovation.com. I have made meteoric advances in things like list building – I have about 6500 active subscribers now, and in article marketing – I get around 500 visitors per day to my site – I am really just beginning.
But I think I can talk about product creation, because I have created 7 products so far, and am in the process of creating several more – I have two half – finished books and two more in my mind.
So how do I do it? How have I created 7 products in 8 months – and hopefully when it has been 11 months, I will have 11 products?
One of the most important things is time management.
You see, I have seen that it is easy to get online, looking for good information in the search engines, and two hours later you are still surfing. Sure, you may call it work, but is it really productive? I doubt not. Same thing with emails – I get between 500 and 1000 emails per day – I simply cannot open them all.
When I am writing, I will often just turn off all my internet, so that I don’t even know an email is arriving – I cannot answer all my emails while I am writing and still type at 50 WPM.
Also, I am willing to work long days. I work from 8-5 Monday through Friday, and a lot of that time is spent writing. Many days I write more than 5000 words per day. Some days when I am anxious to finish a book I will work from 8 in the morning until 10 at night – barely answering the phone. But I have written as many as 15,000 words in one day.
Of course, in addition to writing my ebooks, I write articles like these – I like to get to 20 articles per day, but as you can see from my logs for the help www.product-launching.com, I do not do that many most days. But article marketing has been my number one source of long term revenue online – it is how I sell my books and products I have created – so I keep doing it – it is like the fuel for my car