Less is More (but do it often)

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Less is very often more when it comes to Marketing and sharing your Thing. ‘Spreading yourself too thin’ is a very likely outcome when you try and be in too many places at once, Marketing-wise. And you know this, I am sure, yet still… sometimes… shiny shiny new marketing objects come along and look oh so distracting!

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I nearly cheated

You know when you procrastinate, or ‘put off’ doing your Thing? Perhaps you don’t say “Yes” to something because it might be hard or hard work, or you’re nervous. What are the opportunities you’ve missed because you cheated on yourself and took the easy way out? Or just said “No”?

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Your greatest hits ROCK!

It took me a while to work this out (a while where I was doing a LOT more work that I needed to) but that’s just how it goes when you’re a creative type and you like to create…

Every time I had a new event, or planned a new launch, I literally did just that–came up with something new. BRAND NEW. Hands up I did over and over for a while until I realised it was the greatest hits that everyone wanted…

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When clarity is everything

I get like this–when I can’t ‘see’ clearly, I stall. Sometimes it’s what to do next, sometimes it’s a name of programme, or a venue, or a price, or a marketing message. It could be big barrier or it could be a small stumbling block, but if I can’t see clearly ‘what’ or ‘how’, I can get stuck.

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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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I can’t be bothered.

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I can’t be bothered being anyone other than me.

Talk about hard work.

But I still catch myself changing my tone, or coming over all ‘marketing’ sometimes. And I think WHOA what is that all about? Why am I being someone else when I do my marketing, or start talking about my Thing.

Waaaaay too much like hard work keeping that up.

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