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.
Waiting to publish is the killer. It’s the killer of new business, of great conversations with prospects, of enthusiasm and progress and the change you’re trying to make in your business. It’s a killer because the potential is there – it’s right there!! But those who need to see it aren’t seeing it, because you’re….waiting.
You have the time to write. You just don’t recognise it for what it is. Perhaps in your mind, you expect it to look a certain way: quiet, comfortable, in a soft chair looking out to the sea with birds chirping outside… when in reality it’s probably more like typing with two thumbs while walking
I’ve been avoiding reading this book for months. It’s been in my book stack, reminding me with its bright yellow cover that it’s there, ready to be read, ready to encourage me and give me new ideas. Actually, that’s why i was avoiding it. I knew this book is about sharing what you’re working on,
Struggling to find what to write about? Not sure where to start, how to direct your team, feeling blank? There are two categories which will never fail you (unless of course you’re not talking to your clients, in which case, sort that out!). Victories and Questions. I’m talking particularly about your clients’ victories, and your