Productive & Profitable Content Creation – STOP Doing THAT and Start Doing This (Content Daily)

Profitable Content Creation is the foundation of being successful online over the long haul.

And you do want to be successful online for a long time, right?

There are many practices online that people do just because most people do them. The problem with doing what most people do online is that most people are broke.

Today I’m going to show you how to be successful online by stopping one lousy habit and starting a new “Daily Revenue Generating Ritual.”

Here we go…

STOP THAT!

Do  you begin each business day by checking your email?

STOP THAT!

Why?

Because when you check your email first thing you are beginning your day based on someone else’s agenda.

Email is someone else’s agenda.

Even if it’s client questions, etc. it is still someone else’s agenda.

And do you really want begin your day based on someone else’s agenda, or based on your own agenda?

Start This!

Now that you’ve stopped checking your email each morning, what are you going to do instead?

I have a whole series of DRGRs – Daily Revenue Generating rituals that I do each day and teach my mentee students as well.

One of my most powerful DRGRs is creating profitable content first thing each day.  Here are some examples:

Social Media UpdateBlog Post
Article
YouTube Video
Webinar curriculum
Product Creation

When you create content first thing each day you feel more productive because you are – how’s that for a good start to the day?

As my friend and colleague Scott Smith says “I gave up email in the morning years ago. Now my mornings are all about MY agenda… afternoons I play with those of others.

Without exception or fail, every student who has taken me up on this tip falls in love with the benfits.

So commit right now – no more email first thing in the morning – create profitable content first thing in the morning from now on.

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Jeff Herring

Discover 5 simple steps for 6 figure success online with content marketing.

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