|Kimberly Schimmel | January, 26 2018 05:53 AM | Comments (3)|
As a mother of six, there were times when the children were all young that I felt I needed 2 or 3 of me just to keep up. Even now, with almost all of them grown, I tend to get myself into projects that are too big.
Example: I love to knit and sew. I'm really fast, too. But I have to be careful about saying "yes" to projects for profit. No matter how fast I am, I will never be able to create wealth knitting hats in my home, for example. If I create an original pattern pdf or Kindle book and sell it, however, I can make an unlimited number of sales, potentially.
A friend with her own business uses the metaphor of carrying a bucket of water or turning on a faucet. If I sell one scarf, that is money in a bucket--and I can only carry so many. By creating patterns or writing books, I turn on a faucet. The faucet is only dripping right now, but the flow can increase.
Think of ways you can multiply your efforts through blogs/affiliates, electronic products, or hiring help.
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