So today, I wanted to talk about creating plans and then making progress…
For launches, for upcoming campaigns, for your new product, for a new business…
There are three things you need to know and do to make sure whatever you say you're going to do is something you CAN AND WILL make progress on.
Because if you make enough plans that don't come to fruition...you might start thinking...why bother? I’m not going to follow through anyway?
So this is what we need to do to make sure plans can actually be DONE.
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We hear it all the time...warnings to avoid the launch rollercoaster.
Is it completely true that we should worry and avoid the coaster at all costs? Should we build something that will never have natural dips?
Everyone on the interwebs, teaching you about running your business...about launching, talks about the launch roller coaster.
You know...you launch live and it’s up, maybe you make revenue, and then it dips and you make nothing…
It’s feast or famine.
But is this true?
Yes, and NO, it doesn’t have to be this way.
Today we’re going to dive into:
So, if you've ever worried you are on the launch roller coaster, I'm hoping this will give you a new way to appreciate it, embrace it as a phase of your business...and only part of your bigger vision.
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Mentioned in today's episode: 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 Launch Map Method
Today we’re speaking to Heidi Thompson who helps wedding professionals systematize, grow, and market their businesses.
We’re diving into some of the creative ways business owners are keeping their businesses going, why now is the best time to learn or enhance what you currently offer, and what you should be doing to improve your business even if you’re not in the wedding industry.
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