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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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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The long way round

Sometimes we know we’re ‘almost there’, but instead of taking the step to the left, we take about 47 right turns to end up there instead. And that’s OK.

Sometimes you’ll meet people who found their Thing, worked out their business model and got their positioning or niche right in one go. And then there will be other people (I was one of them) who took quite a few steps to get there. And shorter isn’t always better if you paid attention along the way.

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5 tell-tale signs you’re doing your Thing (& 2 signs you’re not)

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I am obsessed with you doing your Thing.

I don’t mean ‘any old’ thing either—I mean YOUR Thing! The Thing that you do that’s brilliant. The Thing that makes a difference to you and has you sharing your brilliance with the world.

Yeah, THAT Thing.

So how do you know you’re doing your Thing?

Well here’s some tell tale signs:

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When it all comes together

Sometimes it doesn’t make sense until it all comes together.

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Listen very carefully (your market is speaking)

Most of the answers you need for your business are all around you–it’s often simply a case of listening more carefully.

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