Reading: March 2017
The ultimate guide for those who can code (a.k.a developers) to actually take a forward step: building a little business out of it.
As my concept of business: Making a profit by providing a value through a product to one or more customer(s)
The questions we need to ask
You don’t have to do everything.
Instead of spending 5 to 6 hours to do a task, you can spend 5 minutes to do a task description and spin off to VA at cost from $6 to $20/hour
How much do you save here? We may assign $$ to this. But the most critical point I see is that we can save a lot of mental power for other things
Graphic design is the best place to start outsource.
Need to know your rate? Full time employment, freelancer,… find out your $$$/hour. Have that as a guidline to make decision about outsourching
Here are again But important, we need to be aware of every single hour or down to minute of how we spend them.
Eith work hard or Play hard. NOT. At. The. Same. Tme
Ask this question everyday: : I’m working hard to cross of thing in my todos list or to re-ensersing myselft?
If neither of them. Stop and reavlauinte your mmoment
Learng something from a reading, convert that to an action note. The more specific, the better
Remember this priotity
The riches are in the niches
This is where we need to go.
Don’t go wide, go deep.
1. Research to spot the niches.
Q: Is it a better system to search and store the idea for better recall?
Don’t create a demand. Leave that to someone else. Filling exsting demand is the way to go.
Interesting: A 36 words blog “Make your own magazine cover” generate about 30 visits a month. That is a niche for its own right. So, may be we just need a simple blog about something and run an analytical report to see what it leads to.
Some links to help niches searching process.
Online industry with Entrepreneur
Tips If you follow Noah Kagan blog, we mentioned numersous time what he called “Quantum based marketing” – going backward