4th September 2018
Do you find it easy to be consistent in your actions, a constant advocate of your brand and business with compelling content and social media posts to support your business message?
Sometimes it can feel as if time just slips away and the distractions of live work projects, life demands and other immediate needs don’t allow you to think further than the immediacy of what lies before you.
The key is to allow yourself precious time and allocate it into your weekly work schedule. Allow yourself to focus on your growing business and what it needs and give this as much importance as you would a live work project, a time critical piece of work or important client requirements. This does not mean you must neglect your business or clients, but you and your business are as important as they are.
How do you keep focused and timely when you have many live projects that require your attention at any given time, but all are working progress?
It is difficult and I’m not going to pretend to have all the answers, but I have learnt to be better disciplined and factor my business marketing needs into my week as a priority. After all, when I was busy there was always the danger that I wasn’t planning ahead enough and keeping the flow alive.
No one wants feast or famine.
It’s marvellous to be busy, really busy but then sometimes you forget to put in the ground work to ensure you will have a constant flow of new work, new enquiries, and possible projects beyond the here and now.
Keeping the business message alive, meaningful and relevant all the time is the key. Be the expert of your business.
Create a schedule and stick to it.
Be disciplined and focused.
This sounds easy but in reality, it isn’t always. It takes time to create new habits and stick to them.
But look at a successful business and you will see they have found the balance and the results are evident. They also allocate time for their holidays and days off, also extremely important.
Make sure your business is consistent, your message is compelling and you are constantly on it.
And if you need help with making any of this happen, we are here to help you.
We totally understand your pain points and that is why our services have been designed to support your business needs. After all if you don’t have time, why not ask for help? That way your business won’t suffer and you won’t become stressed.