John Thornhill’s Personal Coaching Program – Sales Page Creation

January 3, 2009 | By | Reply More

Hiya all, whoopidoo, I am nearly done with my sales page!

You might recall that I moved forward to week 8 of John Thornhill’s Coaching Program at the end of November, and week 8 was all about sales page creation. What should have taken me one week (if I was really good and stayed focused) has now turned out to be rather 5 or 6 weeks, but again, AT LEAST I AM STILL AT IT! 😉 – My weeks are rather long, aren’t they? – Oh, and I have run in a few glitches with my WYSIWYG Editor (for those who dont know: WhatYouSeeIsWhatYouGet), and even though I know a little about HTML editing, this one is driving me nuts!

I know now what my problem is – to actually start what I have in mind to do. Especially when it comes to writing. Writing is not something that comes easy to me, so I tend to procrastinate without consciously noticing. Like, I am finally on my way to the office to sit down and write, and then I simply find other things to do on the way (dishes, filing some other paperwork, picking up after the kids….).

At the end of the day I think I have done quite a lot, but alas – again I did not have any time to work on my sales page/book or whatever I am working on at the moment.

Does that sound familiar?

The funny thing is though that when I finally sit down and force myself to write, I actually enjoy it, and I can get quite a bit done. And really, what I heard before and what I am experiencing myself now is that the more you write the better you get, and the easier it will be. It’s true! Try it for yourself.

My big advice for you here is DON’T GIVE UP, pursue your dream(s), no matter how long it takes, don’t get discouraged, because in the end you will get there (I think I said that in one of my earlier posts, too, but hey, better say it once too many than not enough!).

A couple of famous quotes on Not Giving Up:

“It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.” – Albert Einstein

“Never, never, never, never give up!” – Winston Churchill during World War II

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