When the Facebook June Variety Article Writing Challenge required me to share my top 10 list, I wasn’t too sure I had enough to list out 10 projects, but lo-and-behold as I started typing the words did flow!
There are jobs that need finishing and since we are already into the sixth month of the year, allow me to contemplate what needs my attention.
With that said, here are the 10 projects I will address first:
1. PLR graphics for PLR Productions
When I released Infographics KickStart for Internet Marketers, I realized how high the demand is for social media graphics. Even prospects that did not buy the infographics signed up to receive a free package of 10-PLR social media images. I need to create additional packages to add to my PLR store.
2. Get Moving, Get Exercise
Being obese is the pits and it is high time I do something about it. I went on a healthy eating plan last spring and lost 54 pounds. Then I allowed myself to gain it all back by eating the wrong foods. Here we go again with a new attempt to get moving and get more exercise.
3. Make a List of New WSO Projects I Want to Launch
I admit it, since reading Tiffany’s’ How to Launch a WSO on JVZoo, and putting my first REAL product up for sale, I have been bitten by the bug. I need to sit down and rationalize my future steps. So many products to create and half a year is almost gone!
4. Gimp KickStart
This will be a training course showing you how easy it is to create marketing materials for your online business. I realize most people can’t always hire a freelancer, so providing quick tutorials on how to use Gimp are in order.
5. Article KickStart
You’ll be able to banish writer’s block with ease. I write the beginning and end of articles, then supply you with ideas on how to fill in the meaty (body section) of the content. You’ll walk away with a uniquely written piece – even if I do sell it as PLR.
6. Podcast KickStart
This is a revamp of a series offered during a 30-day blogging challenge. Readers liked it so much (and several used it to create a podcast of their own) that I decided to create an entire podcasting course and place it behind a membership site. Problems earlier in the year prevented me from finishing it so it still needs some attention.
7. Blanket – KickStart
As luck would have it, I had another solid IDEA came to me today that’s high in demand. Unfortunately, I have so many ideas needing completion before this one arrived, but I refused to let the idea go up in a puff of smoke. I secured a domain name today so I have it when I am ready to reveal this beauty!
Seriously, the name isn’t Blanket Kickstart – as I filled in the first portion of the domain name because I don’t want someone else to run with my idea before I have a chance to complete the syllabus for it.
8. Create a Traveling Wish List
With all these fantastic ideas for newly released products, I expect to enjoy the passive income! Once I reach a point when I can freely move (without health concerns) and my partner can take off for two weeks, we’re going to do a bit of traveling.
Before I depart from this earth, I want to visit France, Italy and the Bahamas – at least. I intend to travel before my ashes are scattered in the wind, but in all fairness, visiting other countries is contingent on a healthy outlook.
9. Clean the Office Closet
There is too much garbage hiding in this space. Articles I never finished or content I wrote, newsletter designed with Pagemaker, but never sold, etc. The partner is constantly mentioning these “tubs of trash” every so often and frankly, I’m tired of hearing his complaints – even if they are warranted. :)
10. Reduce My Medicinal Needs
This goes hand in hand with getting healthy, but even if I don’t shed as many pounds as I want to, the medicines need to go! I am so tired of swallowing 20+ pills each morning and it’s onward to better wellness! I should probably consider starting off with a detoxification. I need to do research.
This is just scratching the surface, but I’ll end this rant right here. These 10 projects are sure to take the rest of the year to complete – and like New Year resolutions, it’s never a good idea to bog yourself down with too many “to do” lists.
What do you intend to finish before the year is over? Leave a comment below and let me know!
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