Sometimes it’s simple

Sometimes what you need to do next in your business is simple. But we can very easily over complicate things.

Sometimes it’s just right there.

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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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Growing in business

We’re all growing all the time – in our business, in our reach, in our skills, in ourselves. But how much of this are you consciously making happen. Where’s the stretch?

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Blending and Boundaries

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I used to be pretty proud of my multitasking talents. I was one of those “Yeah, I’m a girl and I can do EVERYTHING at once and won’t be told I can’t, either” types. Now, while I still can do a lot of things, I’ve learnt that I am MUCH better at them when they are done one at a time. Apart from singing loudly and driving (I can still multitask that no problem–much to the embarrassment of my small people) I get ‘jobs’ done one at a time.

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Listen up! 11 ways to get your Business Celebrity OUT in 2011

Here’s my Christmas and New Year gift to you! I’ve recorded an audio (MP3) for you where I’ve shared 11 ways to get your Business Celebrity out in 2011.

What I’m sharing with you are 11 ways to really get YOU into your business in 2011, 11 ways to help you stand out in your market, 11 ways you can get in your spotlight next year.

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Start big, sell small

This is something I encourage when working with clients who find the concept of ‘upselling’ somewhat icky. It’s actually something I encourage even if they like selling, as for me it’s sensible and smart, and sets out your full Thing (even if then people choose to buy less of it).

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