Here’s the thing about “I don’t know” — it paralyzes you.
When you tell yourself that you don’t know what to do, you preclude your brain from even trying to problem-solve. You stop it in its tracks. It can’t do what it’s designed to do, which is to come up with solutions.
Find out the question you should ask instead.
A lot of my clients tell me they don’t have time to market. This third post in my series, Where Do I Start With Marketing?, will help you find the time to market your business so you can avoid the feast-or-famine cycle.
Have you ever felt like you’re doing everything you know how to do in terms of marketing — but your business is getting nowhere? This second post in my series, Where Do I Start With Marketing?, will give you some suggestions for when you feel like your efforts aren’t yet yielding results.
A lot of my clients feel overwhelmed when it comes to marketing their businesses. This series, Where Do I Start With Marketing?, is intended to ease that feeling of overwhelm and break down marketing into easy, manageable pieces. This is post #1, There’s Too Many Options.