Plan your launch. Don’t wing it.

Have you ever started a launch project and half-way through it, you find yourself asking “Where was I going with this!?” or “Where’s the instruction manual to these things!?”

 

You didn’t really know what you were doing and you just kept going hoping you could somehow wing it by piercing random blogs, youtube tutorials, and freebies together. 


You reach a point where you realize that the behind the scenes of your biz is a disaster and you’re managing too many moving parts to be winging it!

 

I get it. It’s hard and I know you’re doing your best but I care enough to tell you the truth that winging it is not gonna do it. I’m not saying you have to wait until everything is perfect and figured out but you can’t just wake up one day and decide you’re doing a launch in 2 weeks or in a month. 

 

It’s like going to a war without a plan, an armor, and a back-up army to rescue you if things go sideways. Except, in this case, you’ll lose money instead of people. 

 

There’s a LOT of preparation and strategic planning involved and required in a launch and here are 4 of them:

 

  • People. What are the types of contractors you’ll need in order to make your launch a success?

  • Tools. What are the best tools that can cater to your specific needs and your budget?

  • Timeline. What’s the realistic timeframe needed for each stage so you can come up with the most realistic launch date?

  • Strategy. What marketing efforts can give you the best result? Where do most of your audience hang out? What catches their attention? 

There are just a few of the many things you need to consider before launching your program or course. Since you’ve reached this part of my post, I want to help you get started in planning your launch!

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