Is your light on?

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You and your Thing take people on a journey and deliver them to their destination (the result you give)—and, just like a taxi, you might be missing opportunities to help people if you only have your light on in the obvious places.

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Not everyone is an entrepreneur

If you’re happy to just do your Thing—get paid for it—all is well, but you’re probably not an entrepreneur—just a self-employed, or employed even, Thinger. It’s when you take risks—either the risk of standing out, of doing something differently, of calling yourself a ‘name’, of standing by a process or philosophy that’s yours—then you’re an entrepreneur.

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Why fr*e is the new expensive

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I realise I’ve just launched this blog post into spam on a tonne of email systems because of the trigger of saying fr*e (apologies for the * but it’s the way round the spam filters…).

So what’s the deal with F-R-E-E and why is it so damn expensive?

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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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Sometimes you just don’t know

You don’t always know the answers

Sometimes you don’t know what’s around the corner

And it’s pretty likely that you don’t know what’s on the end of your nose (until you find your Thing of course!) :)

And the ‘not knowing’ is not a problem. Really. Learn to look out and allow…

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How do you do?

How do you do what you do?

This is a really important question to ask yourself as it will really help you with your marketing and get you noticed.

Share the details, the thoughts behind your process, your procedures, the details, the ‘little things’ that you do to make how you do what you do different.

I am guessing that whatever it is you ‘do’ there are also lots of other people and businesses that ‘do’ it too.

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