How can you incorporate your creativity into your marketing?
Most purpose-driven entrepreneurs I know have a creative streak, whether it’s writing, or drawing, or even singing.
You see, when you incorporate your creativity into your marketing, you are doing several things:
Making marketing more enjoyable because you are flexing your creative muscles
Allowing your ideal clients to get to know you better
Making your marketing more authentic and vulnerable, which is more client attractive
I want to encourage you to think about what you like to do creatively – and then mix that creativity into your marketing.
Need help? That’s where this week’s marketing strategy comes in. Keep reading to get ideas on adding your creative strengths to your marketing. I’ve included a short exercise below to get you started, too.
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Ask any blogger, and she will tell you that “writer’s block” has made its appearance more than once in her writing career. Writer’s block, though, does not have to be a stifling, no-I-can’t-possibly-write-this-now condition. Truthfully, it’s part of the process of writing.
So how can you get past writer’s block? Here are four helpful tips:
Understand what writer’s block really is
If you have not read The War of Art by Steven Pressfield, be sure to add it to your nightstand. In this book, Pressfield talks about resistance: “We experience it as an energy field radiating from a work-in-potential. It’s a repelling force. It’s negative. Its aim is to shove us away, distract us, prevent us from doing our work.” Writer’s block is a form of resistance. It’s your ego saying “no you can’t.” Don’t listen to it. You can. Continue reading →