Show how easy it is (simple content marketing tip)

Your Thing is super-easy for you, that’s why it’s your Thing! And a really easy way to create content is by sharing instructions–a checklist, some tips, a ‘How to’ that shows people how easy it is when they do this the way you do it.

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The business of problem-solving

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Every business solves a problem–they solve it with a product or service that does something to fix or improve a situation, a result, an outcome, a feeling, something. This is how value is created–you have a problem that needs resolving, you go and find a product or service that can do this, you’re happy to pay as you can’t do it yourself, or do it as well/quickly/cheaply/cleverly, etc.

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Same Thing. Different Recipe.

Much as I would love them to request raw veg and seeds, sometimes the small people want cake. And, specifically, last weekend they wanted brownies. So I of course had to oblige (nothing to do with me wanting to eat any, of course **coughs**). I don’t have a go-to brownie recipe in my head so I dug out my cookbooks–which are a rather eclectic selection I have to admit–and compared recipes.

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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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Now is always a good time

Now is always a good time to do something or nothing and you’ll know which option you need to do most (the nothing one is the one to do when all you can think of is doing 100 somethings!).

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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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