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How to Use Positive Expectation to Create Great Content

Hey!

So this morning on my walk by the sea…

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…I thought a bit about content creation and why it’s so difficult for a lot of people.

It’s also personally pressing as I’m in the middle of writing a book…

I came up with some practical answers that may well help you!

Please comment below if this stirred any thoughts, and do let me know about any specific topics you’d like me to cover regarding marketing, copywriting, conversion… what have you.

Thanks!

Cheers,
Juho

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  • July 13, 2013

    I used to be the same way. I tried to get as much done in one sitting, or in a day. Now I’m doing things one step at a time. I just finished my first Kindle book, and I’m working on my next book, all while running a membership site, and all the other craziness of life.

    It requires a bit more planning, but it’s a lot less stressful when you hack away at it one minute, one hour, one day at a time. Some days are more productive, some days are less, but I do what I can.

    Good stuff sir. Hope the weather is treating you well there in the south!

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  • July 13, 2013

    Too true, proper planning helps a lot even when unplanned things happen. And they always do. 🙂

    By the way Henri, would you mind being interviewed for a podcast, either in Finnish over at https://markkinointi.net or right here?

    PS. The weather over here is fine, hot even! The beach calls…

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  • July 17, 2013

    Dear Juho,
    First i would like to thank you for the podcast idea, it is a brilliant idea to deliver a good message, i was able to able to listen to your podcast and learn allot while checking my emails and follow my other notifications.
    your idea of a podcast is amazing makes learning easier, more fun and should be implemented on every blog.

    Although i loved the idea of the positive expectation, i must disagree with associating expectations with business and marketing.
    having expectations about anything make you attached to the outcome, while we must keep an objective view for the numbers and statistics.
    the first thing i learned in marketing is:
    “the fastest way to lose something, is to want it badly”
    i believe when you are attached to an outcome this will affect your judgement and influence your every move.
    business should not be based on emotions and expectations.
    Thank you again.
    Best regards.

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  • July 17, 2013

    Mitch, thanks for dropping by! If you didn’t notice, the positive expectation I was talking about here was specifically in relation to creative endeavors. Not so much business, goal setting and such. I’m not talking about delusions or dodging attachments to outcomes.. just making it easier to create. I appreciate your sentiment and comment, but just slightly off the mark. 🙂

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  • July 18, 2013

    irst i would like to thank you for the podcast idea. I used to be the same way. I tried to get as much done in one sitting, or in a day. Some days are more productive, some days are less, but I do what I can.
    Thank you again.
    Best regards.

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