I'd like to share with you a very personal process today. It might open up some new perspectives for you on how it can be possible for you, too, to attract the people who will most benefit from your unique experiences and with who you will not only do business, but also have a lovely time together.
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” ~ This quote by Anais Nin!!!
I remember when this quote found me 3 years ago… suddenly, upon reading it, everything got so clear. I realised where I was at that moment. And suddenly, I realised that there is a huge opportunity just in front of me, if I was ready to take that risk...
Hello, and welcome to “It's all about visibility”. A new series where I am planning to explore visibility from two very different aspects. A wonderful mix of social media and basically personal brand marketing, all the way to personal development and getting clarity on who we are, how we operate, and what are we here for.
This is for you if you are interested in tips and stories how to promote yourself better on the social platforms, and how to explore new tools for personal development...
So I just sat down to write my awards entry. A great colleague of mine reminded me some days ago that the deadline is coming up and asked if I was entering this year, too?
I wasn't sure, to be honest, especially given the big changes in the way my business has been developing of late, but my mind definitely got fired up upon being reminded...
Entering an award is GAME ON for visibility!!! But this time, this was about something else... another perspective for visibility!
So it happened that 6 chairs appeared in a circle in my vision. I could clearly see them. And guess what, we were 6 this weekend!!!
Here is the story of the 1st workshop!!!
I had some really interesting discoveries while working with my clients on their social media presence over the past few years. Oftentimes, many of them would come to a workshop, or a 1:1 training, to learn how Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn works.
They would get an understanding on the possibilities the platforms can offer to promote their services, themselves. They would get their social media strategies sorted, get clarity on what, how, when and where to post, and get excited and ready to start showing up and attracting new clients.
But then, something happens. They get stuck. They start procrastinating. They get into analysis paralysis as they strive for perfection, and end up not posting anything on their pages.
They know their business inside out, yet a feeling of inadequateness starts creeping in... The whole social media marketing becomes a struggle...
Hi, I'm Bea!