Working smarter. Being focused. Find the trigger.

Multitasking is overrated–and yes, I know as a woman I shouldn’t be admitting this! but it’s true. There are some things that go together well: I like to work with music on sometimes and I definitely like to run with my tunes blaring in my ears.

But I still have to remind myself that multitasking with my work time is never going to create the best results.

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All systems go

Make your systems work for you and you’ll be able to do your Thing so much better…

I can’t promise it will be fun setting them up (unless that IS your Thing) but you’ll have a more spacious business afterwards which means more time to do your Thing—which is always the aim!

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Be on Air

Your message floats on air… it goes out on the airwaves and connects with people who want to hear from you.

Maybe not instantly the minute you say them, but your words don’t disappear. You’re a recording somewhere, you might be transcribed or re-quoted. And this is why you have to broadcast anyway.

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It doesn’t have to be shiny and new

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Having a signature dish or programme gets you noticed and remembered. If you are changing your recipe all the time then how do we know what your brilliant Thing is? Being in your spotlight means being consistent and having a clear signature that we can see. If you are chopping and changing all the time it’s confusing for us and it’s diluting your brilliance.

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Not getting paid? You choose your customers remember…

I was having a conversation with someone recently about starting up in business and as ever the usual reservations and fears came up – what if it doesn’t work, what if we don’t make enough money, where will we find customers etc, but there was one fear that was bigger than all of them – what if we don’t get paid?

Now getting paid is important in business, but what you have to remember is that YOU are in charge.

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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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