People hear things when they are ready to hear them. This is a little story about someone who recommended a book to me….which I’ve been recommending to, like, everyone all the time everywhere. I thought. It’s Saturday morning. My friend James texts me something he’s been thinking about, so i ring him and we chat
Holiday can be hard to think about when you’re feeling a bit swamped. You want it and are excited about it; you need it; but you may also be tempted to make sure you “use” your holiday time for thinking about the business. Planning. Writing some content. Actually having headspace seems like a huge opportunity.
I set up my business as a 100% remote, virtual business. I did this for efficiency reasons, for a lifestyle choice. I wanted to work from home. Have flexibility. Be able to go where I wanted to go and not be bound by an office. Also, I don’t really work well in an office (I
People who are recommended to you almost never simply pick up the phone and call you. They do research. They think. They go through a lot of pain. They wonder and worry. They put it off. They go to your website. They follow you on social. They ask for recommendations. They think about it longer.
I’m on a train right now, as I write this, going into Edinburgh for our in-person PF team get together. It’s always good fun to get together with the team (who are usually remote and communicating via Slack and video), and the sun is shining, and the skies are blue. A nice change from Storm