Product Creation: Outlining and Chunking



How on earth are you going to manage to create an entire product? Product creation takes forever, right? No matter what format it comes in, you have to write that book or report, or record all those videos or audios, or put all those lessons together for your course.

Sure, you know how profitable it can be to create your own product. You know that if you had dozens of products up and for sale, it could really change your life.

The thought of getting to teach others important things really appeals to you. You’re at the point where you really want to make your living creating great products, helping people, and earning great money as a result.

But, you’re still stuck. How are you going to do this? How do other product creators do this?

Is it just that they are better, smarter, and more organized than you? I don’t think that’s the case at all. In fact, I have a strong feeling that you’ll be creating products quickly and easily yourself, if you follow the method I’m going to share with you.

No, this isn’t a trick or a secret. There’s nothing gimmicky here. Yet, you’ll be able to happily, quickly, and easily create all the products you want to create. It won’t seem daunting anymore. I daresay, it might even seem exciting to you.

My hope is that, by the end of this, you’re ready and raring to create your own products. I hope you create your products faster than you ever thought possible and profit more than you ever thought possible. Nothing would make me happier than for you to succeed. And I’d venture to guess that nothing would make you happier than for you to finally have success as a prolific product creator.

What Is This Great Method?

I won’t beat around the bush. You deserve to have this great method right away so you can start using it right away.

First, think about how you typically create products. How much time do you spend on it? Or, do you just think about how daunting it’s going to be and give up altogether? If that describes you, then you’re definitely not alone.

Toss those old methods and self-doubts aside. Those are in the past.

Starting today, you’re going to change your life and transform your business by outlining and chunking.

The Power of Outlining

Let’s talk about outlining first. When you outline, you lay out for yourself exactly what’s going to go in your product. It doesn’t matter whether you’re writing, recording, or creating your product in another way—outlining can help. For the purpose of simplicity, I’ll assume you’re going to outline a written product.

Before you create, you’ll lay out what you plan to write about. You’ll come up with an overall theme or idea. You’ll research the topic and brainstorm for ideas. Then, you’ll come up with the sub-points you plan to cover throughout your work. Next, you’ll come up with sub–points for each of your sub –points.

You’ll make sure these things are all organized. You’ll make sure you have a solid introduction, body section, and conclusion based on your research and brainstormed ideas.

Outlining helps to ensure you know exactly what you’ll talk about. As part of outlining, you’ll research what the members of your audience need to know—you’ll understand completely what they need and want out of a product.

You’ll organize your own thoughts as well as the things you research. The goal is to get everything completely ready for when you move on to the next step.

The Power of Chunking

Next, you’ll be ready to tackle your project. Do you have your outline? Everything might seem great and easy at this point. It’s so much easier to get started writing or creating once you have an outline to work from.

But, it might still seem pretty overwhelming. After all, when are you going to be able to find the time to cover everything in your outline? How will you get it all done?

This is where chunking comes into play. It’s time to break your outline down even further so you can fit it into your schedule and get it done.

It’s so much easier to focus on chunks of tasks over time than it is to focus on an entire project at a time. Break your outline up based on chapters or subtopics.

Every day, you’ll look at just one sub-topic. You’ll write based on that one section of the outline, completely ignoring all the rest.

Now you’re done with that section! You’ve effectively taken a dent out of a project that previously really intimidated you. Congratulations!

Tomorrow, you’ll work on another chunk of your project. You’ll focus only on the section you’ve assigned yourself today.

The next day, you’ll work on the next section… and so on, and so forth.

You can chunk your tasks according to your schedule. Let’s say you just have 15 minutes available to work on your chunks. That’s okay! Break your outline up into easily managed 15-minute blocks of time. Maybe you can only write a few hundred words worth each day. That’s fine—slowly but surely, you’ll get it done.

Or, let’s say you’re able to work on your product creation full time. That’s wonderful—still break your outline up into separate chunks based on chapters (or whatever seems to work best for you). Focus on just one chunk at a time. It just might be the case that you work on two, three, or four chunks a day rather than just one.

You might see a common theme here. Before you even get started on your project, you’re researching, brainstorming, outlining, and organizing. You’re further setting yourself up for success by breaking your outline up into chunks, so you can work on it a little bit at a time.

That’s before you get started working! I promise this method works, especially if you’ve spent a lot of time really wanting to create a product but have been really daunted by the process.

Give Yourself a Running Start…

Organize, prepare, and plan and product creation can honestly be a breeze. It’s a very freeing feeling to realize that product creation isn’t this big monster you might have made it out to be in your mind.

Give yourself a running start by outlining and chunking. Again, it doesn’t matter what type of product you’re trying to create—this works for them all.

Product creation can be extremely profitable and can lead to a great passive income and a lot of authority in your niche. So, use this method and rinse and repeat your way to total niche domination with your fantastic, well-thought out, and easy-to-create products.