When we’re learning about marketing and building a business, it’s so easy to become detached.
To see the people on our list as numbers or dollar signs, or open rates.
But I don’t.
I see you.
I think about you and wonder how you’re doing. I check out your websites and social media profiles and I’m cheering you on!
Recently I started working with a new crop of clients in my Get Online Profit & Chill laser coaching program (click here if you missed it ) and I can’t tell you how much I LOVE this process.
It’s all about the next step.
No more overwhelm.
No more indecision.
No more drama.
These people are action takers!
Action=Results and it doesn’t get any better than that 🙂
And that brings me back to you.
How can you get a quick shift in your business?
Here are 5 simple steps you can take to get some momentum going in your business.
Grab a pen and paper and get ready to get into the flow.
1. Get clarity on the most pressing issue/need you have on hand right now. (Hint:The 3 most common boil down to money, time or systems.) Write down everything that comes to mind.
2. Looking at that list, which of those things would make the most immediate impact in your day to day life? Circle it! Go with the very first thing that comes to mind.It’s tempting to have competing issues…but that’s just a one-way ticket to Stuckville. Pick one!
3. Depending on how urgent the matter is, set aside time each day or week to work on this ONE thing until it’s done.
4. As you get to work on this ONE thing…ask yourself…”What is my next step?” and just do that. It’s very tempting to want to map out the whole plan or project…but again…Stuckville! Unless you’re naturally a planner. Then by all means go ahead. But only if you’re a planner by nature. And even then, be prepared to scrap the plan 🙂
5.Once you’ve completed that ONE thing go back to Step 4 and rinse and repeat as many times as it takes to get the job done.
You’ve GOT this!
You’ve got the answers.
You’ve got the training.
You’ve got the experience.
And for those very rare instances when you just can’t see the forest for the trees, you’ve got me 🙂