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How to Create a Product in Just One Day

Product creation is one of the best ways to earn an income online. People love paying for information that helps solve problems they have. There are tons of people out there with desperate problems and they need your help.

The only problem is that it takes a long, long time to create a product that earns money, right? Wrong! You can actually create a product that earns you money in just a day. All you have to do is take action. That's what this is all about – taking action.

Don't let this be something you read about and dream about but never actually do. I promise that you can create a product in a day if you put your mind to it, plan well, and make it your mission to succeed no matter what. I’m going to break it all down for you, hour by hour.

Hour 1

During this first hour, take the time to set goals. Figure out exactly what you want to accomplish and by when. Stretch yourself a little – go outside of your comfort zone.

Also, make plans for how you'll spend your day. This hour-by-hour breakdown is designed to give you a guideline, but you can make it into whatever you need or want it to be.

Do your research and figure out what your audience needs and wants. Choose which product you're going to create and how you're going to make yours stand apart from others. Remember that since you're creating a product in just one day, this won't be something general; it'll be something very specific.

Also, make sure it will be something profitable. Don't choose a topic just because it's popular – make sure it’s something people are spending money on. Then, put your own unique twist on it.

Hour 2

During this hour, you'll want to spend your time brainstorming, researching, and outlining. Get to know your audience, take notes, and figure out exactly where you’re going to take this product and what you'll be doing with this product.

If you’ve already settled on which type of product you want to create, go ahead and do that.

Also, make sure you're really well organized. You should be able to just sit down after this hour and knock your product out in no time. You shouldn't have to stew and wonder about what you'll be doing next. You shouldn't run into writer's block or “creator’s block” because you’ve taken care of all that already.

Organize, plan, and outline and it will be so easy for you to create your product in just one day.

Hours 3-6

This is a loose guideline, but I'll assume that creating your product will take around three hours, depending on the depth of the product. Adjust this hour count up or down as needed.

These hours are going to take intense focus. There won't be any checking Facebook or checking your email or anything like that for right now. You can create a product over the next several hours if you focus.

Remember not to bite off more than you can chew. Hopefully, you've planned something that actually will take just a few hours. Consider this to be creating a mini product – not a huge product that could never be done in just a day. There’s time for that later, beyond this challenge.

It can be hard to focus for several hours straight, so plan little breaks for yourself. Maybe you'll focus for 30 minutes and then take a five-minute break in between. Do whatever works best for you and will help you focus the best.

Hopefully, you'll end up getting into the flow zone of work. When you're in the flow zone, everything just seems to work well. It will be easy for you to work and you'll be working happily. Close your eyes and visualize yourself happily working and happily focusing as you complete your product. Visualizing in this way can really help you mindset wise and it starts you off on the right path.

When you get into the flow of work, you won't even notice the hours passing. You'll just know that you're being productive and working successfully.

Hours 7-8

Depending on how you've structured your day, you might spend the remaining hours completing your product or you might spend the remaining hours getting your product up for sale.

Get your sales letter written and get your files uploaded to your sales platform.

Once your product is up for sale, contact your current customers, readers, and followers. Also, start contacting potential affiliates.

You're Creating a Product in Just One Day!

I hope you’re really excited and motivated to do this. Remember that if you're confused at any point during this process, to just take a step back and figure it out. Find the answer on YouTube, Google it, or ask someone.

There's nothing to stop you. These simple one-day products can be quickly created and they can fit your style, whatever that might be.

Challenge yourself to complete a product in just one day. Then, rinse and repeat until you have a huge stable of products that can serve your needs. These products can help you build your list, earn a great income, and achieve the freedom to work the way you want to work.

If you’ve found the hourly schedule to be challenging to get everything done during the course of just one day, don’t get frustrated. Sometimes when you’re just starting, you spend more time than you will in the future getting yourself organized and figuring everything out, especially the parts that you might not have done before, like creating the sales page, getting the buy buttons from whatever platform you’ll be using, and setting up any one time offers if you have them, etc.

Next time, it will become more like second nature to you, and things will go much more quickly.

Or maybe your product is larger than can be created in one day. Don’t worry, you have the basis for succeeding quickly, and it only gets easier after the first time.

It doesn't have to take weeks, months, or years to create a great product that can really help people. These mini products are extremely helpful, they are easy to buy and consume for the customer, and they’re quick for you to create. What more could you ask for or want?

Creating these mini products in just one day can transform your business, one product at a time.

Now decide what your first or next product will be, and take action!

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