As a maker, you're wondering how to make more sales.
So you go online and search through your favorite handmade marketing and social media blogs.
You wade through your Facebook groups, hoping someone will shine the light and give you the end all answer to all of your troubles.
You waste time being on Twitter chats and Facebook like trains.
Isn't it so confusing?
Whose advice do you follow when every five minutes someone's saying something new about how to run your business?
The internet is so amazing for this reason, but soon you're just feeling overwhelmed and your creativity is being sucked out of you.
You just don't feel like doing anything anymore.
You end up doing just the bare minimum every day to get by.