Have you noticed that when you schedule time on your calendar to do your marketing, it magically disappears?
Gobbled up by things that seem more important… like client work.
After all, clients are paying you, so they should take priority, right?
I say no!
And I want to change the way you think about your marketing with something I’m calling “me first time.”
Because from my point of view, clients are not the most important part of your business.
And I want you to prioritize yourself and your marketing, so you can have a business you can depend on next year – and beyond.
Which is why today I’m giving you permission to do something that’s good for both you and your business...
Carving out “me first time” (#mefirsttime) to spend on your marketing.
Now, if you’re thinking…
“That’s great, but what I need is discipline to stick to my marketing.”
“I need to get organized first.”
Again, I say no.
You don’t need discipline. You don’t need to “get organized.”
It’s easier than that. All you need is one little thing that makes your marketing happen automatically.
Find out what it is in this second “Minisode” in my “All it Takes is 30 Minutes a Day” series:
You don’t need discipline to do consistent marketing.
And you don’t need to “get organized” to have a business you can depend on.
You just need someone to keep you accountable, so you can build the habit of showing up for yourself every day.
When you make doing your marketing into a habit, it becomes automatic. A part of your day, like making coffee, brushing your teeth, or walking the dog.
And, as I always say, you only need to do 30 minutes a day to stay top-of-mind to potential clients.
Try it and by this time next year, you’ll look back and realize that your business and your life have completely changed for the better.
And it was a lot easier than you thought!
Look at this note I recently got from Rebekah Mays, content marketing consultant & B2B writer for climate tech:
“Your notes reminded me that marketing doesn't have to be as complex as we make it sometimes. So I spent a couple of hours today doing my targeted outreach and content marketing... and I was finally able to finish a draft of my case study! Sent it off to my client for review.
“Now I can truly enjoy the weekend knowing I'm taking care of the business -- and therefore taking care of me.”
If you love what you do, but you’re not getting the steady income you want, let me help you.
For months, I’ve been working on something BIG to help you get a business you can depend on in the New Year.
Come hear all about it at my Cyber Monday event, coming up on Monday, November 27 from 1-2pm ET.
It’s free and you’ll pick up a few tips you can use as you start the new year, too.