Let it happen

Sometimes (in fact quite often!) I do something not knowing what will exactly will come of it. This is usually when ‘logic’ gets replaced by intuition when I just ‘know’ I need to do something or go somewhere or connect with someone. Always when I do this something great comes of it. It’s not something you can put on your marketing plan I’ll agree, but leave space for it!

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How big is your space?

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How much does the space around us (literal or metaphorical) restrict our thinking. And how big is your space?

It sounds simple and it is, but how often do you consciously change or upgrade your environment to match your plans? Do you work outside your usual space, do you go for a walk under a huge sky or by a vast ocean and think in a bigger way?

How big is your space?

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Publish ‘something’ to sell more

You don’t need a website to be able to sell your Thing. OF COURSE a website helps and provides a great focal point for prospective clients to learn about you, understand your Thing, see examples of your work, read your story, watch you in action (assuming you have videos!) and compare your offers. But you don’t need a website.

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Thinking and Doing

Two very different things…

Especially when it comes to your Thing.

Although in my experience you can’t do one (well) without the other.

The trick of course is to do them in the right order :)

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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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Everyone has a different Act

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You might DO the same thing as someone else—you might have the same skill or qualification—but everyone’s Thing (with a capital ‘T’) is different.

When you realise that your Act is different to everyone else’s, you have a Monopoly in your marketplace. You become the only person that does what you do the way you do it. Or, put it another way, if people want to come and see YOUR act they have to come and see YOU.

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