I can see the future (and so can you)

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Some of my clients joke with me (at least I think it’s a joke) that I can see the future. They ask me to tell them what I see for them in the weeks or months ahead. And I do. I tell them what I see they are capable of, and what is absolutely possible for them – whether it’s their future or not is not up to me though – it’s up to them.

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Being an artist – 11 ways to get creative with your business

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Being an artist and being creative isn’t always about painting, sculpting, or in the case of someone I know very well covering everything in glitter (she’s only little though). I absolutely love being creative in my business. So I thought I’d share some artistic inspiration with you today.

Here’s 11 ways for you to get creative in your business (that you can do right now)…

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What do you believe?

Do you believe in your Thing?

Do you believe in you?

Do you believe in what’s possible?

We all have our up and down moments doing our Thing, but the key is always that you need to believe in it.

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A niche is not enough

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If you really want to get noticed in your market then a niche is not enough.

Absolutely you have to have a niche, no arguments from me about that, BUT you have to let people know you’re there, in that niche, doing your Thing, and you’re the perfect person to help.

So what do you do?

You get a Fame Name, you use your PSP (Personality Selling Point) and you become a Business Celebrity.

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Where do you fit in?

Be clear where you ‘fit in’ to your prospect’s thought string and solution process to their problem(s).

It might be that you’re the person that they need AFTER they’ve worked with someone else. It might be that you’re the person they need FIRST or LAST with different work needing to happen after or before. And you need to tell them that. You need to make it VERY clear where you fit in as the answer to their problem.

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When business gets overcomplicated

Business is this: sell something for more than it costs you to make. Rinse and Repeat. Make a profit.

But, boy, can we over complicate things (and Things).

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