On the radio – me talking Inspired Marketing, Websites and business

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I was recently invited by Andy Hayes of Travel Online Partners to be a guest on his TOP radio show. We discussed marketing, websites, the Hotel Success Handbook, being in business, and lots more.
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7 things to do this week to improve your Thing

You can do them all today, or one a day for a week. Or you might just choose one or two of them for now.

But here are 7 things you can do to improve your Thing. And we’ll all be thankful you did too.

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I have a plan and I’m sticking to it

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Anyone who is consistently successful at anything has focus. They have a plan. And they stick to it. And guess what? Your plan might be different to my plan, and in turn someone else’s shiny plan won’t help you in the slightest. Because it’s not YOUR plan.

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Making your move…

Is there ever a right time to do your Thing? Not sure on that one. But what I do know is if you’re not doing your Thing yet it’s only going to continue to piss you off ’til you start doing it!

Now, I am NOT saying you need to drop everything and start doing your Thing now–that’s hardly ever the best plan. But what I am saying is that it’s pretty likely that there will come a time where you will have to take a leap of faith into doing your Thing and how big a leap and how much of a safety net (or not!) you have is entirely up to you.

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Buying Time

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Buying Time is a concept that works really well if you’re half Thinging and half doing what you’re good at right now. Buying Time also works really well if you’re not doing your Thing yet (even if you don’t know what it is) and instead you’re stuck getting paid for something you’re just good at. Buying Time is also something I do so I can take time off from my Thing and do something else (holiday, anyone?).

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What to do when you’re brilliant at sales but you forgot something…

The thing I am saying you might have forgotten is your marketing.

This happens more than you think–you have a brilliant product or service, and you’re also brilliant at selling… the step you can sometimes miss out is marketing.

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