Hi Vita Maybe I'm being simplistic here, but surely …
Maybe I'm being simplistic here, but surely the number one advantage of creating a product, from which all other advantages derive, has to be that you are in control of the product, and its destiny, at all points during its lifecycle.
On the most basic level, because you own the product, you can then sell it, ask others to sell it, bundle it with others, and/or get royalties or recurring income from it.
However, there are more important implications in creating products too. House price speculation has come to an end, and stocks seem tarnished after all the recent problems. But creating intellectual property (ie different products )is a form of investment we can all make and share with others. It fosters freedom, whilst being a much more fulfilling activity for the creatively-inclined than the "old" forms of property.
Last but definitely not least, because we can all control the manufacture of products, it's also within our power to do what we can to make the world a better place as a result of sharing what we know in info products.
With all this at stake, maybe the question should be, "Why on Earth would anyone *not* want to create a product?"
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