Timing is everything

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It’s not that people don’t want what you’ve got. They might absolutely love your Thing, they just aren’t ready… yet.

This is why you need a wave of marketing… a rolling wave of you showing up, sharing, teaching, guiding, coaching, mentoring, cheerleading, whatever-it-is-your-Thing-looks-like-ing so that when someone IS ready they know where to find you.

I don’t know when you’re going to be ready. I don’t when the person next to you is going to be ready. All I know is that I can be ready. Ready and waiting with open arms ready to find your Thing or get you famous as a business celebrity :)

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Doing a U-turn

Sometimes it’s going to make perfect sense to do a U-turn, or a right turn, or a sideways step, or any kind of change in direction that makes sense for you. But with such a big change can come hesitation, resistance or downright refusal to budge.

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If it won’t sell in ‘real life’, it won’t sell online

Online isn’t a magic pill of marketing–it can’t make a bad product into a good one just because it’s available online.

What you want to know BEFORE you do sell anything online is know that it’s in demand ‘in real life’.

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Just make it up!

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Now, I am NOT suggesting you lie about what you can do, but I am totally OK with you inventing a new market to own. I am also OK about you making up a new way of doing Things—specifically YOUR Thing.

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It’s not always going to make sense, but start anyway

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It doesn’t make sense for me to take a holiday to Australia–for a start, it’s a bloody long way away (swearing necessary to convey distance!) and that flight is a bugger (again, swearing required!).

BUT it always makes sense to me when I get here as I love the energy, the scenery is amazing, and it’s just where I love to be. And this is the same for where you want to be in your business.

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Sometimes it’s simple

Sometimes what you need to do next in your business is simple. But we can very easily over complicate things.

Sometimes it’s just right there.

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