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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Have they got their hands up?

If you don’t want to tear your hair out with your marketing, I’d highly recommend you only focus on people with their hands up (or at the very least on people who have them hanging loosely by their sides!).

And then there are the other people–the people who have their hands firmly pressed down against their sides. Under no circumstances are they interested in your Thing. Not now, not ever. They just don’t get your Thing, they don’t want your Thing, they don’t need your Thing. Your Thing is not for them. So don’t market to them!

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Build your own ride…

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The ride is, of course, the main attraction and the 3 minutes of thrills and spills you’ve been queuing so long for. And when you get on the ride sometimes you love it and wish it lasted longer, and other times you are very happy that it’s all over with quickly! But was it worth it either way? Was it YOUR ride?

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I can see the future (and so can you)

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Some of my clients joke with me (at least I think it’s a joke) that I can see the future. They ask me to tell them what I see for them in the weeks or months ahead. And I do. I tell them what I see they are capable of, and what is absolutely possible for them – whether it’s their future or not is not up to me though – it’s up to them.

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Are you lucky?

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Don’t believe that everything you see and hear is because someone is ‘lucky’. There’s that famous saying “The more I practice, the luckier I get.” With practice and work you get luckier. I know I do. This is how you get successful at business. It’s not a magic trick.

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If you call it sales, it will feel like selling

If you consider that you need to do a sales pitch or have a conversation that will end in the sell, then you might be setting yourself up to not sell much at all.

The thing with a sales pitch is you’ll go into pitch mode–you’ll start to talk differently, change your energy, perhaps feel uncomfortable (as will most likely the person you’re pitching to) and you’ll feel less like you and more like a salesperson.

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