Find your focus on feedback

Have you ever asked for feedback on online content that you’ve written, before you felt comfortable or were ready to publish it? A blog post perhaps, or a page for our website? An e-book or content for the promotion of a new product or workshop? And, has it ever happened to you that you got back so much feedback that was all useful, yet conflicting? Continue reading

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The language your mother used

Today, it is precisely 90 years ago that my mother was born. She passed away about 18 months ago, having lived an eventful, exciting, and fulfilling life. For me, she has always been a great example, and today I’ve posted this message on Facebook about her. However, I wish to address something else, based on my love and passion for words and language, and particularly since – for most of us – your mother has had an infinite influence on your use of language. Continue reading

It all revolves around your thoughts

Deep down, in your heart, do you have desires for your blog? Would you like to change something about your blog? Would you like to write better blog posts? Would you like to attract more readers? Would you like to have more impact on the people you know you can help live a more fulfilling life, have a more fulfilling business? Would you love to have more faith in the true value of your blog? Would you like your readers to truly feel connected with what you’re sharing with them? Would you like more views and shares? Would you like your blog to showcase your expertise in a way that deeply resonates with your audience? Continue reading

How readable is your blog?

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Wonderful stuff, you’ve done it: you’ve written your blog and it’s been published online.
Visible to all. Fantastic! And, what’s even more fantastic, is that your blog is also highly readable for all. That is what you want, after all, isn’t it? That your blog is not only seen but also read. Read, from start to finish. So, I have a question for you: are you deliberately using smart layout and formatting to enhance readability? Continue reading

Positioning is not for you…

Positioning is not for you…. That is what I hear from my clients. Positioning is for the big guys, large businesses, with enormous marketing budgets. That’s what they say. I don’t believe a word of that. Positioning is a must for every single entrepreneur. Make sure you do it well. Continue reading

The need for inspiration

Entrepreneurs like you are always looking  for inspiration, and what better time than the beginning of a New Year to do that? You are looking to create a new business year with more success, news challenges, and more personal growth. Inspiration is essential to nurture growth and success, so it begs the question: “Where do you find inspiration?” Continue reading

Tell me how!

 

How do you live, love and leave your legacy?

Now that’s a great question, isn’t it? A clear question, too. I find the answer isn’t so clear at times and I particularly felt this recently. What happened, you might wonder? Well, another great question. What happened, indeed? Let me take you 20 years back in time…:

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6 P's for Permanence

The 6 P’s for Permanence

Permanent blogging is a given. Blogging is addictive. Blogging is long term strategy that will yield so very much. Your business will benefit greatly, you clients will benefit greatly and you will benefit greatly from blogging. You must blog, you must continue, and you must persevere and be blogging permanently. Not because I say so, but because you can’t afford to not blog. You’d be paying a huge price for not blogging. So do your clients, and that is just not on, is it? Continue reading

The Zen of Rituals

 

Blogging is on of my most favourite rituals. It hasn’t always been this way. I have overcome fears, cleared limiting belief and let go of insecurities. Writing blog posts became easier and easier for me, in the process. To the point where I now am totally zen about blogging. Continue reading

You are unique

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During all of my entrepreneurial years I have always believed I was unique, in the sense of distinguishing myself from others. As a person, I am also unique, I have always known that and have always been aware of that. Still, I also had a certain belief about my uniqueness, on how unique I was, and why I was unique. And, I thought I had to work for that, I had to do something in order to be unique.

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