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This episode is part one of a four-part summer series of short, inspirational, and thought provoking concepts to help you succeed online.
Are you feeling the stress?
Being an online entrepreneur can be stressful, but in this episode, Sean Jackson shares one technique that can make a huge difference.
Take a listen and find out how you can calm your brain and manage the stress of running your online business.
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Now here are five more resources to help you create, sell, and grow — curated by me and members of Digital Commerce Academy.
1. Learn from the success of others
Reverse engineering is the process of working backward from the conclusion of something to understand how that end point was reached. This means taking a successful campaign and working backward to establish the steps involved in making that campaign a success in which you can implement in your next campaign. Neat, huh?
2. You should create a user story.
By creating a user story, you’ll inherently hone in on a specific customer persona, and be able to focus on developing a product specifically for that individual, which will help you gauge the effectiveness of your product or service in the market.
3. Struggling to build your email list? Look no further.
Take a look at these top-level strategies that from several of the leading marketers on the web on how to create a highly-engaging email list to help you drive traffic and sales.
4. Don’t worry … be happy!
Circling back to today’s podcast recommendation about relieving stress, here are some keys to happiness. More specifically, here are the 10 things you need to give up.
5. Do you fear criticism?
In the pursuit of perfection, you both perpetuate a false belief and prevent yourself from being as prolific of a writer as you could be. So, how do noteworthy business blogs gain recognition for their remarkable writing without the perils of perfectionism?
I hope you find these resources to be useful, and that at least one of them helps you take a meaningful step forward during the course of the next week.
Thanks for your attention, and have a great weekend.
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