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EP216 – I Needed This Time Off And My Business Needed It Too

I recorded this podcast just after I had been away on holiday for a week – I really needed some time off. I had planned to not work during this time, but I am a bit of a work-a-holic and it’s hard not working on my business. However, this holiday has taught me a lesson… Listen to the Episode Below Download iTunes Stitcher...

7 Steps to Attract New Clients and Customers into Your Business

Let’s face it, we could all do with more new clients and customers and there are certain things that you could be doing that maybe you’re not because you’re too busy in the business or you haven’t had time to look at it or you’re just stuck for ideas. We’re going to look at a few different ways that you might attract new clients or customers into your business and if one doesn’t work or one doesn’t resonate with you then try another. It’s certainly worth having a look at these with fresh eyes even if you have tried them before, because what I’m going to share will give you a different perspective. 1.    Get Clear On WHAT SORT Of New Clients You Want To Attract If you don’t understand what type of person you want to attract into your business, how on earth can you market to them? If you’ve listened to any of my super customer or ideal customer podcasts or read any of my blogs on the topic you will know that you cannot market to everybody. Even if you could market to everybody you wouldn’t want to, because not everybody is a perfect fit for your business. You are a micro business owner, like me. Because you’re a micro business owner you have limited time, money and energy to spend on marketing. Bearing that in mind you may as well market to the people who are most likely to buy from you. Once you understand who those people are, you can market to them in a much more meaningful, much more relevant, much more compelling...

5 FAB Business Survival Tips for The Summer Holidays

<<<—-Is this you? The summer holidays loom long and already you feel like packing your bags and leaving home! No matter how much you love spending time with your gorgeous children, it’s tough – REALLY TOUGH – to keep your business going over the summer break. You lose all routine. You’re having to work much shorter hours while trying to keep customers and clients happy. The house looks like a bombsite as soon as you’ve tidied it, the fridge is permanently empty and you’re under Krypton Factor-esque pressure to keep your brood happy, entertained and not too full of sugar for WEEKS! Does the idea of packing your suitcases and running off to hide in a hotel somewhere sound appealing? I hear you, sister! But don’t worry – it’s not as bad as all that. I’m going to give you 5 fab little tips that will help you get you through the next few weeks without you or your business falling over. 1. Eat The Elephant One Bite At A Time BIG tasks never get done but they sit on your to-do list like large elephants, glaring at you every time you sit down to get work done. This becomes even more frustrating when time is short, like the school holidays. My top tip is to break every BIG job down into bite sized chunks so you eat that elephant one bite at a time. A big task might be ‘do my e-newsletter’. Bite sized version might be 1. Decide on topic, 2. Write 5 bullet points on topic, 3. Write content for one bullet point at a time,...