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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You always have the answer (you just need to say it clearly)

There’s detail that you notice that other people don’t. There’s elements that are invisible to others that are in plain sight to you. There are steps, ideas, processes, projects that to everyone else don’t make sense or don’t even occur in their thoughts. All this is your Thing. But even though you may ‘see’ all this, if you can’t talk about it clearly then it’s going to be hard to sell

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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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Common Sense is the Thing…

I have a client who when we first starting working together referred to her ‘Thing’ as common sense. And it is. To her!

That’s the beauty of your ‘Thing’ – to you it’s something easy, effortless, makes perfect sense and is just so OBVIOUS. Once you see it and you realise that that is your Thing of course. But because your Thing is right in front of you, you might miss it…

Your Thing is what you just ‘can’t help’ but do

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On the radio – me talking Inspired Marketing, Websites and business

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I was recently invited by Andy Hayes of Travel Online Partners to be a guest on his TOP radio show. We discussed marketing, websites, the Hotel Success Handbook, being in business, and lots more.
Listen online or read the summary.

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I nearly cheated

You know when you procrastinate, or ‘put off’ doing your Thing? Perhaps you don’t say “Yes” to something because it might be hard or hard work, or you’re nervous. What are the opportunities you’ve missed because you cheated on yourself and took the easy way out? Or just said “No”?

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