But if you are serious and you keep fluttering around from "next big thing" to "next big thing," just stop. Take it from someone who did that at one time. I'm not throwing stones in glass houses here.
Focus all of your energy and resources on 3 activities:
- Create your own products
- Put them into sales funnels
- Build trust and market to your email list of buyers
In fact, McDonald's Corporation, who issues the franchise licenses, actually makes out the best, but you see what I mean.
It doesn't matter what you're niche is. It's the same 3 core activities. You can do it all yourself or hire it out and let your staff flip the burgers. Either way is still better than toiling away and skipping around from new thing to new thing.
You end up either never finishing what you start, or you finish and the money only trickles in.
Get some real skin in the game! Put your name on what you sell. Push your face out there and yeah, it might get slapped now and then. Big freaking deal! If someone promised you a rose garden, you bought a lie.
A funny thing happens when you become the creator and seller of your own products. As long as they're good, you build a following. It snowballs. After the first couple, sales come more frequently, even when you raise your prices.
Affiliates start taking note and promoting... that's when the big leap happens.
Now you've got a hefty email list of actual buyers of YOUR stuff! You're missing the boat here if you don't see how powerful that is.
Think "real" businesses cultivate and market to their previous customers? Duh!
Imitate what works: make GOOD stuff, sell more than one at a time (funnel), sell more stuff to those people via email.
That's the blueprint.
Stop flitting around like you've got helium up your butt. Embrace reality, turn off the distractions, and start building something real.
The money that follows is like a law of nature. It has to happen.