We're all brothers and sisters, so I just wanted to share some advice from personal experience.
I'm pretty well known here, but somewhere down the road years ago, like most people in business, I made a business mistake.
That mistake was making an offer that I couldn't possibly deliver over a long period of time.
I thought I could hire writers to help out when demand became so overwhelming. However, I quickly discovered that good help is hard to find, so I ended up with endless amounts of customers, but I could only depend on myself to write good copy for them.
Here's how I made that mistake:
On a daily basis, I was writing copy for people, making them hundreds of thousands of dollars in sales for their memberships, products, etc. I eventually wanted to do the same for myself, so I came up with an offer (a stupid one to say the least), but the demand quickly took over what I could handle all by myself.
That experience not only taught me a valuable lesson in business, but it totally changed my life for the better.
Basically what I am saying is that when you make an offer, make sure that you can handle it. Don't let anything else influence your offers besides what you can handle.
It's easy to get off track.
Thanks and God bless!