If you work for someone else, your boss holds you accountable for completing tasks. When you work for yourself, though, you are your boss. So how do you hold yourself accountable?
Accountability is a challenge for many entrepreneurs, especially when it comes to their marketing. With the demands of running a business – plus juggling your personal life – it’s easy to see how an entrepreneur could push marketing to the side. However, when you are not being accountable for your marketing, your business will suffer.
Remember, you are the Director of Marketing for your business – and accountability is part of this equation.
So, how can you become more accountable to your marketing responsibilities? Here are five tips to help you:
#1: Set a deadline
If you are a coach or an entrepreneur who has private clients, this week’s marketing strategy is for you.
Many coaches and consultants that I have worked with in the past need help determining what tools, systems and processes they need to run a smooth coaching practice.
I have been a marketing coach since 2012, and trust me when I say that I have learned a lot about what it takes to run a coaching practice.
Check out this week’s marketing strategy to learn the eight things you need to run your coaching practice – from sales to testimonials!
Video Transcript – Jill Celeste – What You Need For Your Coaching Practice
Do you ever have days when you want to throw in the towel? Days when you can’t seem to make heads or tails of your business? Days when you wonder why you put so much time and energy into your company but not feeling the return?
Good news! You are not alone. Ask any entrepreneur, and she will tell you there are many days of depression, sadness and struggle as one works through the kinks of her business.
I recently had a spell when I was ready to fold my business and get a J-O-B. Thankfully, it was short lived. I realized that this was the “breakdown before the breakthrough,” and that if I stick with it, great things would unfold.
If you ever find yourself in a yucky, throw-in-the-towel place with your business, here are six things you can do to help you get through this depression: Continue reading