Being your awesome

I work with people who are awesome. This isn’t hard to do, by the way, as everyone is awesome. The ‘Thing’ I do is SHOW people how awesome they are, which is actually all ‘Thing finding’ is. Thing finding is showing people the awesome they already have. Admittedly, there’s a bit more to it when […]

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When Less is More

I am a bit of a stuck record on this–do LESS types of marketing but do them MORE. Trying to do every type of Marketing you can think of is going to exhaust you (and your Marketing budget, too!). Unless you have a big team of marketers working for you trying to get every single type of marketing working, or a huge budget to spend with agencies, chances are you’ll be spreading yourself too thin and not getting the impact you want to.

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Twitter for Business: 9 Community Management Tips

Wendy Kier, The Queen of Twitter, blogs about the need to have a Twitter business strategy that sits in line with your overall marketing goals and objectives, and how random Tweeting does very little in way of attracting new business.

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Weeding

Who is it that decided what plants are weeds and what are ‘good’ plants?

Some weeds are very pretty, with flowers that brighten up the garden. Some weeds smell good, look good and are hardy so thrive where other plants need lots of care. Sometimes a weed is just a ‘good plant’ that’s growing in the wrong place…

But if you know what you want your garden to look like, you don’t want weeds there.

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It really CAN be that easy

Your Thing is easy. I’ll say that again: Your Thing is easy FOR YOU. That’s the key point I want to make–it’s not that your Thing is easy for everyone, it’s not that everyone sees the world the way you see it, can solve a problem the way that you do, or work the way you do. But your Thing is easy for you.

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Even the best hairdresser…

…can’t cut the back of their own head.

And if you are a hairdresser and you want your hair cut, I’m thinking you’d want to go find someone ‘just like you’ to cut it, right? So the same principle applies when you’re looking for help with your business or marketing: ask someone who is as brilliant as you (including myself in this now!).

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