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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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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Give yourself permission (er, NOW)

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Permission is something we don’t actually need, but SO many of us feel we do. I know that I used to want it. A lot.

Because, of course, there isn’t really anyone who is stopping you from doing your Thing, from being as famous as you want to be, from standing in a super-bright spotlight, from doing exactly what you want to do the way you want to do it (given legal parameters of course!).

And yet we ask—and look—for permission.

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Quick Quick Quick!

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It’s going to save you a whole lot of time in your business when you can make quick decisions. You KNOW when you have an opportunity come up if it’s for you and if you want to do it. So just do it NOW! Put the time you save ‘thinking about’ a decision to good use and do your Thing instead.

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Can you have more than 1 Thing?

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Yes I am talking about Things again. I can’t help myself. It’s what I love to do! :)

And a question I get asked often is can you have more than 1 thing? So I thought I’d share my answer here.

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Sound advice on what NOT to do in business — some good New Year resolutions for 2009

I was reading the UK Business Forum ‘Round-up of 2008’ email today (part of the very useful www.businesszone.co.uk), and this article was the one that caught my eye.

Now I love a to-do list as much as the next person (OK so I probably love them more), but I really loved the idea of ‘What to include on your not to do list’. The article was written by Robert Craven, who is MD of The Directors Centre.

Here’s what I nodded my head at…

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