Pamela Wilson is an online educator, author, keynote speaker, and the founder of BIG Brand System. Discover how to build your online business step-by-step using her "one-page wonder," the FREE Online Business Success Roadmap.
Spoiler alert: It’s never too late to start over in life.
If you’re at the mid-point of your career — and your life — you have a lot of advantages, my friend.
You’re not a newbie in your field. You’ve acquired deep expertise. You’ve got experience and wisdom to spare.
And you’ve probably been knocked around by life, at least a little.
All of the above makes you a great candidate to start a business.
Your knowledge, coupled with your experience overcoming challenges, will serve you well on this journey.
In this article, we’re going to talk about starting a particular kind of business — an online business.
Online businesses are inexpensive and relatively easy to start. And as someone in the middle of life and your career, you are in an enviable position to create an online business that takes you through retirement and beyond.
Read on to discover why — and grab some resources that will help you get started!
Your ideas, your website outline, your page copy, the platform and theme you plan to use … these are all important.
But until your website is published and findable on the internet, it might as well be invisible.
How to become the proud owner of a Minimum Viable Website in less than a week
New websites are less overwhelming to tackle if you approach them in phases.
Step away from the scary cliff where you’re looking at the whole, huge website project, and just focus on the ten feet of the path that lies right under your feet.
What we’ll talk about here is Phase 1: the bare minimum pages you need to have in place to launch a new website to the world.
The only goal is to get these few pages in place and make the website live!
I’m going to show you how to do just that in less than a week.
After all, why wait? Websites are endlessly editable, so don’t sweat it — get something published this week. You can tweak it later!
Make a mindset shift — from “it must be perfect before I make it live“ to “it must be live and then I’ll make it perfect.“ That will help you build your Minimum Viable Website and publish it with confidence.