More Blueprint Examples

by Kristen Burgess
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Let’s say that I wake up today and I have a brainstorm that I want to create a new website.  And in 90 days I want that website to have 90 articles on it.  I want it to have 2 products to sell.  And I want it to have a coaching program.  I can create a 90-day blueprint for this.

What would that look like?

It would look like 1 article per day.

It would look like 1 step per day in the product creation process.

And it would like 1 step per day in the coaching process.

That’s it!  That’s what it would look like.  A 90-day blueprint.

How about a daily blueprint?  Sometimes I create a daily blueprint in the morning.
Some mornings I have an idea for some training I want to offer.  Maybe a subscriber asked me if I would teach on something yesterday, and I said, “well, I don’t have a training for that.  Would you like me to create one?”  And he says

“Yes.”  So tomorrow morning I wake up wanting to create a training.

I write an outline – maybe in 10 minutes if it’s something I know what I’m doing.  I’m going to record a 2-hour training.

That takes me 2 hours.  I write that down on my daily blueprint.  My 3rd step is: write a sales letter.  1 hour for the sales letter.  Then I route all the technical backend – auto-responder, payment button, all of that takes maybe 1 hour.  Then I send an email to my list telling them that the new training is out. That takes 10 minutes.  That’s my blueprint for today.

That’s my blueprint, I look at it, I see:

  • Outline 10 minutes
  • Record for 2 hours
  • Write for 1 hour
  • Route technical backend for 1 hour
  • Send an email for 10 minutes

That’s a 4hr 2min blueprint for day.  That’s my blueprint for today.

When I get done for the day, I can look over the blueprint and determine if I completed it, or if I did not.  If I did not complete it, what’s my blueprint for tomorrow?  I simply look at what I finished yesterday.  I created the outline, I recorded it, and I wrote half the sales letter.  What’s my blueprint for today?  Write the other half of the sales letter, route the technical backend up, and send out the email.

This process works for anything you want to do in your life.  Anything.

If you want to lose weight.  If you want to eat better.  If you want to learn to communicate better.  If you want to learn a new language.  This process works! You have a 365-day new language blueprint.  Learn 5 words a day, and in 365 days you will know 1825 words.  And you’ll know some grammar.  30 minutes a day.  That’s your new language blueprint.

Learn to cook…  Learn 1 new recipe a week, in 1 year you have 50 new recipes.

It’s the blueprint process.  I know I’m oversimplifying it, but it’s really not oversimplifying.  Because this is how I get almost everything done in my life.  I blueprint it.  And I always write it out, it can’t just be a mental blueprint.  These are the steps that need to happen in order to make that happen.

If you’ll take your internet business, and you’ll create a blueprint just like this – a written blueprint.  A blueprint that you can refer to every single day…

…you’ll know what the next step is.

Every single day when you open that blueprint up, you say, “What’s my next step?”  You wake up and you say, “This is my next step!”

Then the only question is: “do I know how to do this?  Or do I not know how to do this?”  If you know how to do it, you do it.  If you don’t know how to do it, your blueprint for today is to learn how to do it!

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