Space. The final frontier (& really useful for Doing your Thing)

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You need space to do your Thing, to step into it and grow it. And your clients need space too. When you offer a product or a program to your clients you are offering them space. Space to do something a new way, work on a project, get a result or a transformation.

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Do you slam the door shut as soon as you open it?

Marketing isn’t a one-off action. You don’t ‘do’ marketing once and then decide it’s done and either worked or didn’t. Marketing is a wave of activity—it’s consistent and ongoing. The same goes for making offers—you don’t always have a mad rush sell-out the second you open the ‘shop door’.

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Playing nice in business — why manners maketh money

Sometimes I come across businesses, and business people, that just don’t seem to have any manners!
It’s not just customer service; you should also be thinking about how you work with other businesses too…

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Being Different = Difference

Stands to reason I am going to tell you to be different – it’s the essence of Being a Business Celebrity! Do YOUR Thing, use YOUR Personality Selling Point, sell YOUR system, offer YOUR star plan of products and services.

I know that it can be scary to stand out but I promise you it will make a massive difference to your business.

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Is your light on?

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You and your Thing take people on a journey and deliver them to their destination (the result you give)—and, just like a taxi, you might be missing opportunities to help people if you only have your light on in the obvious places.

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Putting the lipstick on

Sometimes what I do is just ‘putting on lipstick’. Your Thing might be like that too?

My Thing is that I ‘find’ people’s Things–I don’t create them/make them/invent them as they are already there. But what I do (as an outsider, which makes it a lot easier) is to ‘see’ what people don’t see for themselves. And then the next stage is usually to tidy it all up and ‘put on lipstick’.

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