Are you Creative or Techie? – Dan Guillermo

Are you Creative or Techie?

By Dan Guillermo | Driving with Dan

Driving with Dan Episode 3


In today's episode of Driving with Dan I discuss the importance of having technical skills, creative skills or both when you are building you online business.

There are many people who are loaded with creativity and can bang out a 1000 word well-written blog post in less than an hour. On the other hand there are people who can setup a web host, install WordPress and have squeeze pages built and fully connected to their autoresponder just as fast.

So which is more important?

In today's episode I will dive deeper into the importance of each one.  Which skill you should work on to develop and which you should outsource.

If you are looking to start an online business then you need to get my free training video which will reveal the 2 Critical Elements And The 1 Big Secret That's Quickly Enabling Aspiring Online Entrepreneurs To Build And Grow A Highly Profitable Online Business Without Having To Own Any Of Their Own Products Or Services 


About the Author

Dan is happily married for 18 years and has 2 wonderful children. After experiencing success in the corporate world, Dan decided it was time to start a business of his own. He has been in Internet Marketing for 3 years now and has built an online business that is growing every year. Dan created a 10 part video course on Affiliate Marketing which you can access free of charge by clicking here.

  • Mandy Allen says:

    I think they;’re both important, but for me my strengths lie in creativity and writing rather than the techie side. Luckily I work alongside a great community of bloggers who have the techy skills I do not, so I can easily find answers to my questions, and if it is more complex than a simple answer then I outsource!

    Enjoy the journey!

    • I agree both are important but the tech can be very easily outsourced. Having the community of friends to go to is also key.
      Thanks for stopping by and your comment.

  • >