Do you really need someone else?

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Your Thing is on the end of your nose. And the thing about your Thing being on the end of your nose, is that you can’t see the end of your OWN nose. You need someone else to tell you what’s on the end of your own nose (or a mirror). And this is why I have a coach and a mentor. I ‘know’ what I want to do with my business, and where I want to take it and usually I have an answer to how to do that… doesn’t mean I can see the wood for the trees and know clearly my next steps!

Having someone else can make you doing your Thing so much easier, bigger, better, quicker, profitable and more.

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Is your business in the ‘real world’?

I love the internet.

But that said, my business also has to have a ‘real world’ aspect to it too.

The internet is there to HELP you with your business – to sell for you, to connect for you, to maintain relationships, to find new relationships (business or otherwise!), to share who you are and what you do, to have fun, to reach the places you can’t reach, and more.

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When it all comes together

Sometimes it doesn’t make sense until it all comes together.

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Easy Street

This is where I like to hang out these days.

It’s a good place to be in your business (& your life actually) but for me it’s taking a bit of getting used to. I am very ‘busy’ person so it’s not always the natural address for me to be at!

Here’s how I am making the move.

Every time I have a new idea or I want to do something in the business I ask myself this question:

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What’s on Repeat?

Is there something in your business that you do over and over and over and over again?

Maybe it’s explaining how something works to your clients? telling your story? explaining the results that are possible from working with you? a ‘piece’ of your Thing?

Maybe it’s more general than that and it’s how your business or your industry works? Maybe you’re having the same sales conversation over and over?

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When trying too hard is too much (and what to do instead)

Today I’m going to talk about eating out, not because I’m a big foodie–although I am, but because it teaches you a lot about good marketing. My example is taken from the realm of ‘tourist restaurants’ (or at least restaurants in a tourist destination).

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