About your about

I’ve carried out some not-very-scientific research of About descriptions from websites and other places, and I conclude that we definitely want to hear about your Thing, but we also want to know about you

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Are you asking the right questions?

It’s always good to ask questions if you’re stuck—after all, you’re not likely to get an answer if you don’t ask a question. But make sure you’re asking the right questions.

And if you’re not sure what the right questions are then find someone who will challenge you so you’ll ask questions you didn’t even know needed answering.

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There’s nothing wrong with change (just not all at once)

Your Thing evolves. You evolve. You grow, you adapt, you stretch, you get even clearer on what your Thing is. So yes—you change.

Now this sort of change is NOT the same as constantly changing your mind. That’s just confusion…

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Being an artist – 11 ways to get creative with your business

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Being an artist and being creative isn’t always about painting, sculpting, or in the case of someone I know very well covering everything in glitter (she’s only little though). I absolutely love being creative in my business. So I thought I’d share some artistic inspiration with you today.

Here’s 11 ways for you to get creative in your business (that you can do right now)…

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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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Uphill Struggle or Downhill Slalom?

We can all climb a mountain if we put our minds to it (and backs into it) BUT sometimes, surely, it makes sense to take the cable car? I mean it’s there… would seem silly not to use it. And sometimes in business (and life!) even though there’s a cable car up our mountain, we either don’t see it OR choose not to use it. Are we mad?

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