Marketing is not rocket science, but it can be hard if you don’t have the right marketing mindset. Mindset is everything – and that’s true for how you market your business.
It can be difficult, though, to stay in a good mindset, especially when you are struggling with your marketing. That’s why I created five graphics that you are welcome to save, pin, print, save as your wallpaper – whatever you need to do. They are yours – from my heart to yours.
You are the Director of Marketing for your business.
It’s the most important job you have in your business because without marketing, you won’t have a business.
Which leads me to this…
You need to market your business every day.
(Now, I am not talking about weekends, holidays and vacation time. I am talking about the days when you’re actually in the office, okay?)
Why should you market every day? Here’s a little quiz:
Dear Celestial One,
How’s business going?
Be honest with yourself here.
If you can answer “it’s going great!” – then good for you! Make sure to applaud your accomplishments because it’s not an easy road to the “it’s going great” answer.
But if your answer is “it’s not going well” or “I wish it could be better,” then I want to invite you to a special (and free) info session.
Just to be transparent: This info session isn’t for everyone.
Please watch my video to see who it is for – and if it’s the right educational opportunity for you:
Do you own a business? Do you have a full staff to help you, including a director of marketing?
No? Then this blog post is for you.
Dear entrepreneur, repeat after me: You are the director of marketing for your business. It’s one of the many hats you wear, undoubtedly, but I believe it’s the most important one. Why? Without marketing your business, you won’t have a business. You must market to keep your business afloat.
How would your day change if you approached it as the Director of Marketing for your business? Would you push off marketing tasks? Would you skip that networking meeting? Would you forego this week’s newsletter because you’re not sure what to write? I don’t think so. Continue reading