Re-runs

When something is good it always deserves a second (third, fourth…) viewing. I will happily sit through re-runs of Frasier, Friends & other classic TV shows. And I’m not sure I can count how many times I’ve watched Star Wars—especially now I’ve got my small people into the way of the Force!

I appreciate that not everything is worth repeating, but when you have a process or a system or a marketing campaign that works do a re-run. And then another re-run until it stops working!

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Listen up! 11 ways to get your Business Celebrity OUT in 2011

Here’s my Christmas and New Year gift to you! I’ve recorded an audio (MP3) for you where I’ve shared 11 ways to get your Business Celebrity out in 2011.

What I’m sharing with you are 11 ways to really get YOU into your business in 2011, 11 ways to help you stand out in your market, 11 ways you can get in your spotlight next year.

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Give Info Sell Action

This is something that can be hard to get your head around at first, especially when you’ve just realised your Thing and you want to keep it well protected. But the best thing you can do with your Thing is give it away.

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Not all customers are created equal…

Now, while I do believe it’s true that all men (and women) were created equal, in business it’s very important to remember that not all customers are created equal. What I am talking about here is customer segmentation, and identifying the ‘best’ customers for your business…

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How to swim 100 lengths

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I don’t mind sharing that when I get in the pool 100 seems an awful lot. A ridiculous amount in fact.

Even though I know I can do 100 lengths (I’ve done it before) my chatter will start.

“100’s a lot”, “you don’t need to do 100 today”, “today looks like a 50 day, maybe 60”, “the pool is busy, you’ll never be able to keep going”, “etc…”

We all have chatter. It’s just a question of whether or not we listen to it.

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Thinking is not the same as Thinging

There comes a point where you have to stop thinking and start doing. You have to take the leap/plunge/chance and go and actually do your Thing.

There’s safety, of course, in keeping yourself in the ‘planning’ stages, obsessing over details that may or may not be important.

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