Maybe it's just me, maybe others have figured it out.
I've been too narrowly focused on building a SaaS while there are people writing paid newsletters, courses and making way more than I do from mine ($0)
Although the profits and margins may not be significant...
The product may not look impressive...
What is impressive is the process.
Except for writing code, everything else about doing these things is the same (understand your audience, problems... you know what I'm talking about)
The downside is, well you wasted a week or so trying to do it.
The upside is, you get to learn how to sell on the internet with a lower fidelity product and you don't waste much time.
The skills you learn from that could be transferred in building your SaaS.
Am I early or late in coming to this realisation?