If you own a business, then I already know a few things about you. One, you’re a hard worker. No one works harder than someone who’s running their own business. And I know that for a fact. And two, you’re always looking for ways you can make more money in your business, but not have to do so much work that’s why I want to talk about How to Add A Passive Income Stream to Your Business With Printables.
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How to Add A Passive Income Stream to Your Business With Printables
Most of us start a business because we’re looking for freedom to do more of what we want, and less of what we don’t want. And that’s the case for almost every kind of entrepreneur. But often what ends up happening in business is that we find ourselves in a situation where if we want to make more money in the business there’s only a handful of things that we can do because doing that new thing is going to take more time or resources to create, and we don’t have those resources to fulfill on it.
But we also know, because success leaves clues, that anyone who is successful monetarily always says that you should diversify your income, meaning that you need to have diverse ways that you’re bringing money into your business so that if one of the ways isn’t doing so well for whatever reason, then you have other sources of income already created so that you can continue to get paid in your business.
Integrate Multiple Streams of Income Into Your Business for More Freedom
With those two things in mind, how can you create more streams of income in your business so that you’re creating that diversity, but you’re also not overextending yourself on resources. Well, that my friend, is why you want to look for income streams that bring in passive income.
That’s why in my business, I have been creating multiple streams of passive income. And I believe that one of the most creative, and the most fun of all of those, is through printables. Printables are a great stream of income that you can add to your already established business because you can allot the time that you’ll need to do the designs up front, and then continue to make money on them years later when you’re not working.
Now you might be thinking, Lindsay, my business isn’t a creative business so printables probably aren’t going to fit in with the work that I do. But that’s where you’re wrong. There are SO many ways for you to integrate printables into your business.
How to Integrate Printables Into Your Business
I actually teach women how to create and sell printables on Etsy in my signature program, The Abundant Girl’s Guide to Passive income with Printables on Etsy, and one of my students actually has a travel agency. You might argue that that isn’t actually a creative business either. But she decided that she wanted to create and sell printables related to travel. She was able to see a need that her customers had while working with them, and then come up with great ideas for printables that would help them be better prepared for their trips. And as she’s grown her printables shop and done her market research, she’s seen that she continues to get more and more ideas about the types of printables that will benefit her customers in her business.
And the great thing is that by adding printables into her business, it becomes a symbiotic relationship where both sides of the business are mutually beneficial. For example, she can use her current customers to come up with new printable ideas that she can sell online. Her current business serves as a constant idea generation tool that will help her create new designs and build up that revenue stream. On the other hand, she can use her printables inside her business to support her customers. So, when someone books a trip with her, she can provide them with packing checklists, road trip games for the kids, and printable itineraries that will help them get more out of their vacations. So you can see that by adding printables to her already established business, it’s a win win situation.
What Printables Should you Make For Your Business?
This can be done with so many different types of businesses. For example, lawyers can create legal templates or helpful checklists. Therapists can create journaling worksheets and couples therapy templates and session plans. Real estate agents sell things to help their customers find and purchase their next home. For example, letters to the seller templates. They can also create helpful templates and checklists for other real estate agents to help them get new customers.
A hypnotist can create checklists and vision casting templates for their customers. Additionally, they can also help other hypnotists run their business. Printables can work for social media managers, artists wanting to go digital, hair salon owners, CPAs, and the list goes on and on. And you’ll notice a pattern here. Not only can you help your customers in your current business, but with printables you can help others start a business like yours.
You don’t realize how many people out there want to do what YOU are doing in your business. They want the checklists, the step by step instructions, and all the behind the scenes info for how you got to success in your business. So how can you bring your expertise and know how to the world? I bet you never realized what a huge impact you can make by starting another stream of income in your business like printables?
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And if you think you’d like to add another a stream of income through printables, you’re going to need ideas! If that’s the case, you’re going to love my free guide for coming up with printables ideas using AI.
The truth is, as a business owner, you’re already doing so many things. So make sure that those things are the money generating activities. Make sure of one thing when you’re adding another stream of income to your business. Think about what will help you make passive income. That way, you can continue to do all the things that you need to do on a day to day basis in your business.
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