In January, everyone makes their new year's resolutions. I made mine and they were all about how I can help free-lance entrepreneurs create and launch their sellable digital products.
After that we have the rest of the year to implement and follow up with necessary changes in order to achieve whatever goals we had set.
This year however, I set a different goal, I made it SMART!
Specific - Measurable - Achievable - Relevant - and Time bound.
My new year resolution was about simplifying. Not only simplifying things for myself, but also helping others simplify in order to move forward, specifically within the online space.
The past few years have been filled with learning experiences about tech and tech challenges. One of the things that I have noticed is that having a website or a platform is only a part of our online journey. Most of the audience that I have interacted with have asked me at one point or another about digital products.
Today, it is only natural for me to continue my online journey by helping online entrepreneurs with their digital product creation. When we are clear about what products we should create and how to package them with great offers, it is a lot easier to serve our audience.
I’m super excited to launch my new brand, georgeswansek.com (well it was dormant for years) focused on digital product creation.
Keep it simple, when in doubt, use your name.
As of today, the site is light, more content is coming very soon (yes, I do what I teach) 😊.
This new avenue is designed to offer help with digital product creation. It’s all part of my new year's resolutions.
Teaser - there’s something great in the works!
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