Knowing and doing are very different things…

I know loads. About all sorts of things (not just Thing-related). But knowing and doing and two very different things.

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Simply simple (saves stress!)

Ahhh, simplicity—the nirvana that I seek for my business and life :)

And I’ll be honest… I can be super-good at making things and my Thing waaaaaaay more complicated than I need it to be if I don’t keep them in check. Maybe you do this too?

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Calm Down!

You can’t do everything. You can’t help everyone. Your Thing doesn’t solve every problem there is. You don’t need to do every kind of marketing going. You can’t be everywhere at once.

You need to calm down.

AND FOCUS…

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Step back and sell the benefits

Transformations are what sell what you do. Features need to be listed of course, but it’s the results that count.

Typically we buy results – the transformation – more than we buy ‘what it is’.

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Saving it for Best

A phrase that I utter on a regular basis is “There’s no point sitting at home on your own being amazing”, and I mean it. When you find your Thing, the worst thing you can do is keep it to yourself. The reason being that your Thing is there to help other people—hence it needs to be shared to be helpful! I know it sounds obvious but it’s not always as easy to do as it sounds. But you need to get over yourself and do it!

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It won’t always work

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Making mistakes doesn’t mean you aren’t doing your Thing, or that you don’t have a great business. It just means you tried something and it didn’t work. That is all.

Now it might be that you chose the wrong time, the wrong offer, the wrong price, the wrong message, the wrong media, the wrong delivery method, the wrong title, …who knows? It might just have been the wrong day!

It doesn’t mean what you are doing is wrong. It just means something in the variable of what you did wasn’t right (and when I say right I mean right for your market—your ideal clients).

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