If you’re a follower of the law of attraction, you’ll know that the universe reacts well to speed. Which means that rapid info product creation is something you should strongly consider. Apart from anything else, if you give yourself a short time frame such as a day or a weekend or a week to create your new product, the deadline is near and real. Whereas a deadline of next month or later in the year or even next year is too far away to get most people motivated to start, let alone finish, their new information product.
So if you’re the type of person who gets bored easily, set yourself a short deadline to create your next info product.
Then stick to the deadline!
Even if your new product isn’t completely perfect.
What do you need to make rapid info product creation actually happen?
Start by being organised.
This doesn’t necessarily mean having a tidy desk. But it does mean making sure that everything you’re going to do in order to create your new info product is collated.
I find that a spreadsheet is an easy way to do this. Unlike a word processing document, it’s easy to change the order of things, set priorities for them (which I then use to re-sort the order of the things I’m going to do) and mark each item off when it’s done. Sometimes I’ll move the tasks I’ve done to a new column or sheet so that I’m encouraged by my progress.
Making regular progress is one of the things that keeps rapid info product creation on track.
It’s a bit like a snowball rolling down a hill: momentum creates momentum. You realise that you’re making progress so you use that to push yourself closer to the finish line.
One of the best ways to do this is to split up the process of creating your new information product into small chunks.
Humans tend to have relatively short attention spans nowadays.