6 ways to get more famous in 60 minutes

5

Thought I’d offer you something practical you can do today (as long as you have an hour to spare).

There are lots of things you can do in an hour to get you more famous (for doing your Thing) so why not see what you can get done in an hour for you and your business.

Remember to ONLY do what is your media ‘Thing’ – only ‘do’ what is an extension of how you already like to communicate and turn this into your media (I know I go on about this when I work with someone so am not making an exception here!).

Continue reading...

Wonderful things happen when you believe in your Thing

1

No, I don’t have a magic wand that I am going to wave all Fairy Godmother like in your direction and shower you with sparkly dust to make wonderful things happen. Because I don’t need to.

There is a big difference, however, between knowing what your Thing is, doing it, and BELIEVE-ing in it.

Continue reading...

You don’t know what you know

Most people have no idea how much they know. And—even worse—they don’t know the VALUE of what they know. It’s not unusual (as Tom Jones would agree) for me to work with someone who ‘claims’ that they don’t have anything different or special to share with the world.

So what are they worried about?

Continue reading...

Well, what a surprise… customers like good service! and they aren’t always bothered about price

Now, you may be thinking that, in these price conscious times, that having the best (lowest) price is all it takes to get customers. But, in many instances, this is just not true… in fact, pricing is less important than good experiences and service. That’s pretty vital to remember in business, whatever you are selling…

Continue reading...

Are you preaching to the converted?

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I have already decided I want to work with someone—or buy something, or visit somewhere—and so I’m already sold. But then I get sold to even more, even when I’m already ‘in’. And sometimes it puts me off and I don’t buy.

Continue reading...

Money Matters

We’re often discouraged from talking about money as it’s not good manners, and I’m still quite the fan of not ‘banging on about’ at every opportunity. For example, I’ve never been one to market what I do in terms ‘work with me and you’ll make lots of money’. But you want to make sure that, after all your costs and expenses, there is at least enough left over to pay you–the business owner–a salary or wage AND ideally that there is extra for putting back into the business or taking as a bonus.

Continue reading...