By k | November 28, 2007 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

I was told that once
I signed that first publishing contract,
my view of writing would change. 
I didn’t believe it. 

But it did. 

Without a success under my belt,
expectations were lower. 
I was on my own schedule. 
I could write what I wanted when I wanted. 

Now, there’s a benchmark, a schedule.  
Is book #2 as good as #1 (#2 is better)?  
There can’t be a long wait between #1 and #2. 
When will #2 be ready? 

The same is true with projects and products. 
As soon as the iPod was deemed a success,
analysts wanted to know about the next product. 
Once the iPhone launched,
eyes were on the product after that.  

Keep the momentum rolling and
the product development funnel full. 

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