A recent brainstorming session in the membership brought up the old programmer’s tool of Rubber Ducking. As odd as it sounds, it’s incredibly helpful.
When trying to analyze who your ideal client is, consider this: who do you want to work with? Who do you want referring you? Be specific. Be utterly specific.
The ever scary Mercury Retrograde looms… so be prepared. Deep breath. Back everything up. And relax.
I mean it’s not the website. It’s not the sales funnel system. It’s not the email marketing software. It’s…
You’re overthinking what you think your website needs to be, because you’re not focused on what it actually is.
You know who you are. I know why you do it. But…
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What do you really need to know before you even get started with a website? Whether you’re doing this on your own, or going to be working with a web designer/developer… there are five critical questions to consider right now.
In the final post in this series, we talk Editorial Calendars and how to bring batch working and pipelines together even more.
By grouping similar tasks together and putting your actions on repeat, and working on the same activity type for a set time (an hour, an afternoon, an entire day), we give our brain a break and allow it to focus only on the task at hand. The power of batch working.