Normally, I would be using three M’s to talk about Money, Mindset and Marketing. But this time, I want to explain Money Mindset Manipulation.
Chances are you feel overwhelmed with the amount of stuff you need to do each day.
There may be times when you feel like you’ll never be able to progress further than you are right now because there is too much on your plate. Too many tasks, obligations, and distractions.
Picture this: The web company you’ve worked with for the last five years has suddenly gone out of business. You’ve called and emailed them repeatedly and you are unable to get a response. You desperately need to log into your website but your username and password don’t seem to be working. Frantically, you’re trying to find someone else to help you only to discover that you don’t even own your own website.
That’s right, your domain and hosting are all owned by the web company you hired and your hands are tied.
When you are planning your marketing for 2017, remember to utilize all of your assets! Your content is an asset.
Content is how you establish credibility and provide value for your community. It’s important to look back on what your audience responds to. By understanding what they liked or didn’t like, you know what to focus on in the future.
Say hello to the New Year! There is always LOTS of excitement and motivation in the air. We all spend some time looking at the past year and dreaming of what the new one will bring.
I make sure to review the year past and ahead in both my personal life and in my business. There are 21 tips that are really important for you to follow if you want to set yourself up for a crazy successful, profitable year.
Do you ever find it hard to take advice?
Even though you believe that you’ve got an open mind, is there an itty-bitty voice in your head that whispers, “What? No! THAT won’t work!” when being offered a suggestion or a different way of doing things?
That little voice is your ego.
Can you relate to the feeling of perceived failure? The sinking in your stomach that makes giving up feel borderline comfortable and safe. But giving up is NEVER comfortable or safe, and failing is not the end of the story – it’s just the beginning.
There’s a story about a man many years ago who got caught up in what they call “gold rush.” He had packed up and moved to the West, determined to dig his way to wealth. He staked a claim, and with high expectations, he went to work with nothing but a pick and shovel in quest of a rich future.
Two different women, living on two opposite coasts, in two distinctly different industries, have both told me,“times are tough out here.” They believe that where they live is impacting their businesses growth.
These two statements got me thinking about my own business. In 2015, we moved to rural Nova Scotia, I spent almost 6 weeks out of commission for health reasons and managed to grow the business by over $110,000. That’s a 22% increase, living in a brand new place, with a 10% reduction in time.