Imagine how it would feel if you promote your business over and over again and and you experience your audience converting to customers regularly. Entrepreneurs like Gary Vee, Huda Beauty, Richard Branson, Oprah, experience that and have one thing in common. It is called a Personal Brand.
We all know that by sharing and publishing regularly, content serves as a tool of connection, education, or entertainment; building a bridge between us and people we want to connect with… audience who find us and stick around because we caught their attention. This episode is jam-packed with information to make content planning and filling a month’s content calendar an easy task.
The struggle that many business owners face is while they create and produce original content and move on to creating the next piece of content, they soon feel that they are running out of content ideas, or their content is not bringing-in the attention they projected. This is where repurposing comes in.
The common thread, the one thing that I have noticed about 2020 for so many people is that they all have TIME. Time to start concentrating on passions and give them their overdue attention OR time used to evaluate personal situations, especially that many have woken up to the fragile nature of the job market, and the current shakiness of job security. If you are standing at this crossroad, thinking of uncomfortable changes, having tons of ideas or passions and wanting to turn them into businesses, then this episode is for you. The question is: how can you know if something you are passionate about can be a business?
What happens when you meet someone and they ask “What do you do?”. Do you spark interest or does it end with “Nice meeting you?”. If you do not want to lose a chance to sell yourself and build your business, this episode is for you.
As a person who enjoys working from a home office for many years, I cannot deny that this set-up comes with its own set of challenges and the most one being the self-sabotage distractions. It is easy to become your own worst enemy.
Waiting for the right conditions is not realistic and that’s why most successful solo entrepreneurs create the conditions through conscious thoughts and deliberate actions.