With the whole year stretching out in front of us, it's easy to think that - this year - we'll have more time to do the things we want to do.
If your New Year's resolution is marketing, here are some excellent blogs to help you make the most of the time you spend marketing.
Karen Meager at Monkey Puzzle recently won the Watertight Marketing Business Owner of the Year Award. As her Accountability Partner through the Masterplan programme, I was always impressed by how much she'd been able to get done on her marketing each month and how consistently she'd worked on her tasks, irrespective of how busy she'd been in her business.
It shouldn't have been a surprise, since she's the best-selling co-author of "Time Mastery: Basnish Time Management Forever". If anyone knows how to get the make time for the important things in life, it's Karen.
In this brilliant blog, Karen shares her expert advice on how to get it all done. Read Karen's blog post
It’s tempting to think that it is better to just get on and do some marketing, even if it’s not as effective as it could be, than it is to take time out of your business to plan it all first. My blog post will explain what happens when a business doesn't take the time to make a plan before filling in the gaps. Read more here.
It's rare to find someone who doesn't have enough marketing ideas. Every business owner can write a list as long as my arm of the things they could do to improve their marketing. It's having the time to implement the marketing ideas that is usually where marketing plans come unstuck.
As our resident "Productivity Queen" Watertight Marketing Accredited Consultant Cheryl Crichton has brought together her top productivity tips.
In this second post from Cheryl, she shares with us a few key ways you can use systemisation to shore up you sales journeys.
Read more on how the right systems can set you free and help you to scale up.
I think most of us would answer with a huge resounding YES! to this question. However, if your business cannot survive without you then this will always be a pipedream.
The answer is to implement systems and processes that allow your business to run without your constant input.
In Cheryl's last post (for today!), she shares some processes and checks you can put in place so you can take a step out of your business - read more to transform this dream into reality.
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