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Just in case you were wondering...

What happens if I don't like these new emails?

No problem, you can unsubscribe at any point. I’ve even set it up so you can take yourself out of the Adventures in products emails and still get the more general “how to build a great business” stories I do at the Joy of Business.

What's with the drawings? And did you do these yourself?

Short version – Yes, I’ve done all the drawings myself. And, yes I know they’re not very good. But they’re fun and are a good way to illustrate concepts.

Long, slightly sad version

When I read Peak by Anders Ericsson, I realised that I wasn’t very good at drawing because I’d never had chance to practice when I was a child. In fact, I didn’t even have pens and paper when I was little, I used to steal the hard toilet paper to draw on.

Nowadays, I’m making up for lost time and  I have paper, pens and Affinity Designer with a Wacom drawing tablet. Living the life. Drawing the stick figures.

Can I check out more about this building a product-based business content before I subscribe?

Sure. Although, if you’ve got this far, you might as well give it a go. But take a look at the Start Here section of Adventures in Products to find out more about why I think productising is a great way to scale a business.

How often are you sending the emails? I don't want to be overloaded

I agree. You’ll get a welcome email, and then a tiny flurry of two more emails in the first week. Then it settles down to once a week. That’s what I teach over in Productise Your Expertise in the module on email marketing, btw. Except there, I explain why to do it this way and how to set that up using magic and automation.