Sometimes you just don’t know

You don’t always know the answers

Sometimes you don’t know what’s around the corner

And it’s pretty likely that you don’t know what’s on the end of your nose (until you find your Thing of course!) :)

And the ‘not knowing’ is not a problem. Really. Learn to look out and allow…

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We don’t all suit the same vehicle

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I enjoy walking, I also like to drive, I love taking the train and if it means I’m going on holiday somewhere amazing I can tolerate a long-haul flight. These are all different vehicles that suit me at different times for different reasons.

You will also like to travel in certain ways.

Just like you’ll like to market and stand out like a business celebrity in YOUR way too.

Your marketing vehicle MUST be one you want to drive or ride in.

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The Thing about Magic

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The other night I went out for dinner with a group of people and experienced some serious magic. It wasn’t in fact the cooking (although my Pork Belly was very yummy) but proper “How the hell did he do that?!” close-up magic. The sort of magic where I was incredulously shaking my head shrieking “How is that possible?!” (yes, I was the one choosing the card that ended up in the wallet–in a zipped pocket, in a ticket case–when I had been holding the wallet in the palm of my hand AND it had my name written on it in my handwriting?!).

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Being a Busy Business Celebrity: The Power of 3

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Now I LOVE to be busy, but I am sure it doesn’t come as a surprise to you that being busy for the sake of it is NOT a good way to be in business.

If you’re trying to DO every type of marketing and promotion right now and you’re very busy, then I recommend you whittle it down to 3. Yup, just 3 types of marketing that you love to do.

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Fortune favours the brave

If you want to take this quote in a literal sense—to me, it says that you’ll get paid if you ask for the sale.

And here you were thinking it was about riding into battle on your trusty steed :)

It’s an important point though. You need to sell your Thing. And that can mean being bold or brave.

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Give them what they want (but make it what they need)

You should always be listening to your market and offering products and services they want. That’s common business sense. That said, sometimes you may know that what they (your market) ‘want’ is not what they ‘need’. The trick here is a to strike a balance and meet them where they are, then gently ‘steer’ them to where you know lies a better answer.

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