I love how we have this amazing feedback mechanism in our own bodies, to help guide us through life – letting us know what’s good for us, what’s working and what’s not. And that’s is your feelings.
Because your feelings are a reflection of what’s going on in the power house of your unconscious mind – the part of you that is driving what you do and how you do it. So if you’re feeling any resistance, fear, worry,
I wonder if you ever ask yourself any of the following questions:
- How do I find more clients?
- What’s the right price (for my services)?
- Which social media platform should I focus on first?
- How long should an ebook/newsletter/book be?
- Which product should I develop first?
These are just some of the questions I’ve been asked by clients this week and there is one answer that I say again and again as a starting point for all of
I often meet people at networking events and through on-line forums who appear to have a very ‘detached’ and self serving interpretation of what networking is.
Those who turn up randomly to events and hand out their business cards with the hope (and expectation) that this approach will get them lots of business. The equivalent on-line is those who only post their own promotional ‘adverts’ in social media groups and who do not take the time to also connect and engage
Having helped many business owners set up in business over the years, I’m always saddened by all the talented and well intended people I meet who are frustrated, disappointed or stressed that their business isn’t working out as they’d hoped – whether this be that they’re not earning enough money, don’t have enough business or are doing things they don’t enjoy. And it’s often easy to identify the key mistakes many of these business owners are making – I wonder if
I don’t know about you, but for me there have been times when I’ve felt under pressure to become more social media savvy.
And despite initially being a reluctant user, I’ve really enjoyed keeping in touch with friends and reconnecting with people who I enjoy spending time with. Those who I’d love to see more of but don’t because our lives have a different many priorities just now. And it’s great hear of so many wonderful resources, events and opportunities