Working from home is common among solopreneurs. Running your business from home can be fabulous – but it can also be less than productive. The doorbell, the dryer, the kids – yep, it’s no wonder work-from-home entrepreneurs can’t get things done!
But we have to get things done, especially our marketing and business development tasks. That’s how we attract our ideal clients and grow our revenue.
So, how can you stay productive while you’re working from home? (It can be done, I promise!)
Check out this week’s marketing strategy where I share three valuable tips on how to be more productive while working from home. It’s all about BOUNDARIES!
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Ask any entrepreneur, and they’ll tell you that the entrepreneurial journey is a bumpy one. Sometimes you hit a high point of total elation and then get blindsided by sucker punch.
Being a business owner is not for the faint of heart, right?
So, how can you stay enthusiastic about your business, knowing there will be days when you wonder why you’ve chosen the entrepreneurial life?
The trick is to find the joy in your business! When you tap into the joy, you’ll feel rejuvenated and re-energized about your business. Here are some tips to help you: Continue reading →
The hub of your online marketing strategy should be your website – one that showcases your expertise, experience and personality. Don’t let the idea of creating a website intimidate you. There are many easy, turnkey ways to create a website using blogging software, such as WordPress or Blogger.
Once you secure your software, here are eight essential elements you need to include on your website.
#1: About Me page
The “About Me” section is the place to tell your story: how you became interested in your field, how you have evolved into an industry expert in your niche and what level of experience you have. Include a professional photo, and write in the first person, channeling your inner storyteller. Show your personality, too, so people get to know the “real you.” Continue reading →