What Being a Business Celebrity takes – free download

If you’d like to hear me explaining what it takes to be a Business Celebrity – just grab the download… Download Now It’s an MP3 recording (around 7Mb in size) of a teleseminar I hosted where I explained what Being a Business Celebrity is all about – what it means, what you need to do, […]

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Want to know what I do when I don’t know what to do next?

I do the next thing. The next thing that will get my business closer to the result I am aiming for.

When you know what you’re aiming for, you can work out what to do along the way.

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Your greatest hits ROCK!

It took me a while to work this out (a while where I was doing a LOT more work that I needed to) but that’s just how it goes when you’re a creative type and you like to create…

Every time I had a new event, or planned a new launch, I literally did just that–came up with something new. BRAND NEW. Hands up I did over and over for a while until I realised it was the greatest hits that everyone wanted…

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Talking your customer’s language – my advice on video!

So here I am now on video!

The really helpful Your Business Channel is packed with videos and shows to watch online, that have an incredible range of advice and tips for business owners from a huge range of experts (lots of which are quite famous) – and now me too!

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What to do if you don’t want to be the boss

Now, your Thing might well lend itself perfectly to you being the boss of a business. Or, it might not. It might be that the best use of your Thing is as part of someone else’s business–or in partnership with someone else (and their Thing) that adds up to a better result that you on your own. Or you can just hire a ‘boss’ to take care of business while you do your Thing.

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Give them what they want (but make it what they need)

You should always be listening to your market and offering products and services they want. That’s common business sense. That said, sometimes you may know that what they (your market) ‘want’ is not what they ‘need’. The trick here is a to strike a balance and meet them where they are, then gently ‘steer’ them to where you know lies a better answer.

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