Yep, I missed another day but that’s OK. Participating in the 30 days of blogging has been a wonderful boost – to my blog, my habits and my perceptions of why and what I want to accomplish.
#7 is to Ask A Question. Being told to ask a question naturally makes you wonder what it is that you want or need to know.
So, remembering my purpose for this blog and thinking about the assignment, here’s my question: How do you define wealth, and does that definition sometimes seem to contradict itself?
For example, everyone has heard the adage “don’t put all your eggs in one basket”, and most business “coaches” and internet “gurus” talk about multiple streams of income.
One of the more popular pieces of advice is to create and sell e-books based on your main business offering, articles and other content. I think this is a great idea and I’m working on several of my own. But the how and why matters fully as much as the what.
Do you think it’s right to sell a 60 or 70 page collection of previously published articles for three or four hundred dollars? I suppose if your only objective and definition of wealth is to get as much as you can any way you can, then it might not matter how you do it.
I don’t believe that the ends justify the means; rather I believe that the means define the possible ends. Method and process are important.
What do YOU think?