What I know

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I don’t know everything. I am always learning, always finding more ways to solve things, and discovering more ways to share what I know.

What I do know is that I know enough. In fact I know plenty. What I know is that what I know is of value to other people.

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If you don’t ask you’ll never know

Once you’ve got your head around your Thing and what it is–how it works and what it does for other people–the next step is to tell everyone about it.

And once you’ve got your head around telling everyone about your Thing (we call that marketing!) then you need to ask for the sale…

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Is it really that important? (or are you just ‘being busy’)

I’m still working on this one–as I love to ‘work’–BUT the key, of course, to getting anything great done with your Thing is to do the ‘right work’.

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I Get You

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I know where you are right now. You know you’re here to do something brilliant and even if you don’t know what that is yet you know you have to do it. You know you’re not doing your Thing, as it’s not easy doing what you’re doing.

You know that you have a talent for something and you ‘get’ that you’re allowed to make this your job, your work, your business. But it’s just not happening.

I get you.

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Really? Are you sure…?

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Sometimes (and if you’re doing this entrepreneurial thing properly—most of the time!) you will have a ‘crazy idea’ and someone will respond with “Really? Are you sure?”

Of course you’re not sure?! But are you certain?—yes!

You can be unsure that something is going to work, unsure that it’s going to be easy, unsure it’s exactly what people will want it, but you can be absolutely certain that you’re going to do it anyway!

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They’re behind you!

The end of your nose (if you don’t already know) is where your Thing is. And sometimes it’s that, or your ideal clients for your Thing, that are literally right there in front of you. Or in some cases, right behind you, waiting in the wings where you haven’t seen them; but they’ve been there all along…

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