It’s time for another creator economy experiment. I’ve been thinking and talking about trying Gumroad to offer for sale some of my smaller information products (templates, worksheets, handouts, et al.) that aren’t available elsewhere, are valuable, and aren’t currently helping others.
Gumroad is a very popular service that allows creators to monetize these kinds of products (and others). I’ve decided to give it a try.
You find my products page here.
I’ve started with two items and will gradually be adding more, especially if the site starts to work for me.
- To-Do List Grid for When You Have to Much to Do (template)
- Workbook for my Productive Personal Quarterly Offsites for Busy Legal Professionals online course – a quick and easy way to preview the course and try the approach I find so invaluable on your own before deciding to take the full course.
As always, I welcome your feedback on the experiment, the offerings, and the approach. Check it out now!
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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