Raise your hand if you’re an introvert! Keep it raised if you avoid networking because it exhausts you!
(You couldn’t see it, but my hand was raised too).
Fact of business life:
If you want clients, you must network – even if you’re an introvert (and even if it exhausts you).
In this week’s marketing strategy, I share with you
three tips on how to network effectively – all while maintaining a healthy balance so you’re not totally exhausted from the experience.
Your Ego is a crappy marketing coach.
What do I mean by that?
Your Ego’s job is to keep you “playing small” so that
you’re always safe.
However, to grow your business and market successfully, you can’t play it small. You have to take risks.
You have to get out of your comfort zone.
(Good marketing coaches encourage you to go bigger. Your Ego
never does. See why it’s a crappy marketing coach?)
I hope you’ll take time to check out this week’s marketing strategy, because it’s an important part of your
If you want to succeed, you’ll follow the advice here. I promise: It will help!
You create this awesome offer, pouring everything into making it so irresistible to your ideal clients. You open up your shopping cart and wait for the sales to come in.
But, no one is buying it.
Devastated, you just launched an offer that was a
Holy cow, you didn’t see that coming. And now you don’t know what to do, or what it all means.
You’re discouraged. You’re frustrated. You’re losing faith.
When an offer flops, it often has nothing to do with you.
Check out this week’s marketing strategy to learn how to respond to a “flopped offer” – and save your mindset in the process.
Looking at our marketing journey so far,
would you say that you’ve been committed to your journey – or just interested in it?
Your first response may be
“I am committed!”
While I hope that’s true, what I often find is that entrepreneurs are only interested. And that interest can be a
total mindset killer, especially when you’re having a bad marketing day.
I invite you watch this week’s marketing strategy video and read the blog post to
understand the difference between “commitment” and “interest” as it relates to your marketing. And then think about how you can be truly committed to staying the course, no matter what results you are seeing.
The entrepreneurial journey is really a journey of faith.
When things are going great,
our faith is strong.
But, when things are souring,
our faith waivers.
Staying in faith is the single-most important job we have as entrepreneurs. It’s how we’ll stay in business – even during the bleak days.
I hope you’ll watch this marketing strategy video, and read my blog post, so that you’ll be
inspired on the days when you want to throw in the towel.
The world needs you – and your gifts.