Put a lid on it

Have a deadline for a decision, or a maximum number of people you can work with, or products you have available.

Having a limit (time, number, etc.) helps with decision making.

And that’s your responsibility as someone with a brilliant ‘Thing’ for sale—to help with decision making.

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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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Different and Better

Often different leads to better. But different doesn’t always mean better. It’s up to you what makes something better.

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How to handle the NOISE!

Sometimes it can get very noisy—noisy in your inbox, noisy in your head, noisy in your market, noisy in your office, noise noise noise.

Now some of this noise is very real—but some of it can be easily silenced.

And I don’t just mean taking a holiday and ignoring it all—that’s only a good short term solution… long term it’s probably going to be bad for business!

The first thing you need to do is decide what you want to listen to.

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Being Masterful

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I want you doing your Thing. Doing what you are brilliant at and not just what you are good at.

But what I want more than that is for you to be a Master. For you to do your Thing so much and so often and so well that you are a Master of it—a true expert—experienced, confident and truly ‘there’ with your Thing knowing it’s what you do that’s brilliant.

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What are you waiting for?

I ask this question a lot.

I ask myself, I ask my clients, and I ask (in my head!) this on behalf of people I see who are stuck, or afraid, or unsure. The reason I ask this question a lot is that sometimes there isn’t actually a ‘good’ reason to wait. There may well be an excuse (or lots of excuses) but very often, when it really comes down to it, there isn’t actually a real reason.

So what are you waiting for?

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