You shouldn’t be surprised when you read this, but…
I look at the process of planning kind of like it’s writing in a journal. In fact, for me, planning is one of my deepest actions of self-care.
Over this past year, I’ve realized how “planning” even by writing what happened or what you want to happen and how you want to feel as you’re doing those things you’re planning...they matter.
I don’t usually come across quite as woo-woo as I might be today. But I’ve been thinking about this topic a lot recently.
It’s also the reason I want to share my #1 self-care tool which launched recently.
But whether you’re launching or just working on your daily business tasks, you need this.
Today's episode is about my #1 self care tool that I use every day and rely on heavily as I start working on launches (even other peoples).
I don’t care who you are…
Communication can be challenging when you’re first starting your business or marketing new products.
You’re not sure what to say, when to say it, how to say…
And then there’s the question of sending emails and how many to send...and how often.
Overwhelm and worry can set in fast...all the sudden you’re unsure, insecure…
Add a launch to that anxiety and you’ve got a recipe...and you might feel immediate paralysis.
You’ll question every email you send, worry you’re scaring people away, get angry when people don’t respond and more!
Read the full blog post for this episode over here:
Have you ever felt like your business was going in reverse?
There are lots of reasons you might start entertaining this idea or wondering. Maybe...
For me - the day to day of my business started to change...and it felt like all the sudden I was doing a lot of different activities… all making me happy, no dip in revenue...but definitely different from what I “thought” it would look like.
One of the biggest changes is that I started seeing more one-on-one clients and taking one-off short term projects. I don’t know about you, but I’ve had a different view of how business was supposed to grow in my head. Do one on one work, grow your following, when you’ve got enough interest, step back to more scaled offerings like online courses where you teach people.
I thought, wait a minute, is my business going backwards? Am I supposed to go from teaching one to teaching many in order to scale? Am I doing this in the wrong order?
Reach out to me with any questions at email@example.com
Today's episode, we talk about how to create a launch marketing calendar for the next year. I'll share the seven questions you should ask and answer when trying to plan out the year of launches and marketing activities.
Rules of the game are simple - keep it simple, use what you've got now, leave room for new stuff. :)
Full show notes over at annesamoilov.com