What I Am Building Now

I recently asked what you were building. (I have also noticed that Ev Bogue seems to be asking something similar recently.)

Even though it was not that long ago that I asked that question my answer has already expanded. Even more people have downloaded the Ready-to-go Dates guide since then. Their feedback has helped me to do two things.

Continue the cycle
Though it would be easy to release the guide and be done with it, that would not fulfill its purpose. Ultimately, I want this to be an amazing, free resource that can help anyone who needs it. To do that, it needs to continue growing, improving, and becoming more accessible.

The feedback that I have received has provided me with encouragement to continue, suggestions of ways to improve the guide, tips and ideas that I would have never come up with on my own. Together, we will all make Ready-to-go Dates into everything that it can possibly be.

The next step
Because of the premise upon which Ready-to-go Dates is built – dates that need 20 minutes or less of preparation, and that can be done just about anywhere – it can only be expanded so far. There are many great ideas out there that just require more preparation, have too many options to fit into the one-date-per-page format, or can only be done at a certain time of the year.

Again, based on the feedback that I have received, I am now building what I am thinking of as “Ready-to-go Dates 2.0”. It is going to be the personalized, detailed, ongoing version of Ready-to-go Dates – four emails a month that provide two date ideas and two romance tips.

I am almost done. Or at least done enough.

– whispering – Those who have are on the Ready-to-go Dates list will get first access to the service, and a discounted price. So if you haven’t gotten your free copy of Ready-to-go Dates yet, you might want to go ahead and do so! But don’t tell anyone, that’s a secret! – ends whispering –

I’m so excited that I can barely contain it!

5 thoughts on “What I Am Building Now

    • Matthew says:

      It is certainly fun to see it grow and watch what it turns into! Even though I have a good idea for now, I know that with the feedback from subscribers it will become even better than I can picture!

  1. Robyn Gibson says:

    Hi Matthew, I’m a new follower of your blog and am thoroughly enjoying it.

    I DO especially love that you equate marriage as an adventure and I’m looking forward to reading more!

  2. Untemplater says:

    Exciting stuff Matthew! Long term relationships are definitely an adventure and breaking out of a routine can really be beneficial to the relationship. Nice work! -Sydney

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