Space. The final frontier (& really useful for Doing your Thing)

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You need space to do your Thing, to step into it and grow it. And your clients need space too. When you offer a product or a program to your clients you are offering them space. Space to do something a new way, work on a project, get a result or a transformation.

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Using what you’ve got

When looking to create new products and services, do make sure you’re using what you’ve already got first. The same is true for marketing content and pretty much anything–until you’ve exhausted new markets and new audiences, it’s a really good idea to use what you’ve already got.

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Being a Busy Business Celebrity: The Power of 3

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Now I LOVE to be busy, but I am sure it doesn’t come as a surprise to you that being busy for the sake of it is NOT a good way to be in business.

If you’re trying to DO every type of marketing and promotion right now and you’re very busy, then I recommend you whittle it down to 3. Yup, just 3 types of marketing that you love to do.

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How big is your space?

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How much does the space around us (literal or metaphorical) restrict our thinking. And how big is your space?

It sounds simple and it is, but how often do you consciously change or upgrade your environment to match your plans? Do you work outside your usual space, do you go for a walk under a huge sky or by a vast ocean and think in a bigger way?

How big is your space?

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When you know you’re in flow…

Yes, this is a slightly ‘woo woo’ post as it’s all about ‘flow’. And if you don’t do ‘woo woo’, let’s call it ‘getting in the zone’ :)

But you know what I’m talking about right? When it’s all working, it’s just going the way you want it to… there are no bumps in the road, there are no objections, no ‘problems’—in fact, you’re on a roll. Yeah, we love that. And it makes our business flow better too.

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Expect the Unexpected

Of course, being British I have this expectation built in when it comes to the weather (expecting the unexpected!), but it’s a good way of thinking when it comes to business too.

Much as it’s important to have a plan—and it’s always a good idea to have a goal—sometimes something will just ‘show up’ that is unexpected.

This can be good unexpected or bad unexpected…

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