The difference between doing “good enough” and “your best” is an interesting thing to look at particularly when it comes to business. You may have to think for just a second about the difference (I know I did) and then it’s easy to move on to the next thing because you intellectually understand the concept.
However, you have to be careful here because you can understand a concept but not be practicing the action you think you are — a look at the results you are receiving will show if you are giving your best. Good enough and your best are energetically different and a quick look at your bank account and your calendar will tell you which you are doing on a daily basis.
Listen to this week’s podcast and learn how to find areas of your business where you are doing “good enough”.
I have spent the last 2 weeks speaking with dozens of copywriters interested in taking control of their lives and proactively growing their business. While these copywriters may be great writers, what they aren’t doing is making money and attracting new clients. They are falling into the trap of doing what everyone else is doing rather than doing their own thing. They are stuck in a box of limited thinking using tools they are comfortable with.
Listen to today’s podcast and learn what the copywriters that are struggling are doing and what the ones making money are doing. It’s NOT what everyone is telling you to do!!
If you’ve been having trouble reaching your goals and creating the business and life you desire, odds are you will find several self-sabotaging behaviors ruining your success. Self-sabotage, by definition, is thoughts, feelings and actions that block your success by working against your own self-interests. Only a crazy person would consciously sabotage their own success, right? The thing is you are probably not sabotaging yourself consciously. All of this is happening underneath your radar in your subconscious. This is the first thing we need to work through, recognizing those self-sabotaging behaviors.
This week’s podcast delves into some of the most common self-sabotaging behaviors business owners make when it comes to their marketing and growth.
About the Author
Founder of The Copywriting Institute and A Marketing Connection, Kelly Robbins, MA, is an award winning author, copywriter, intuitive consultant and healthcare marketing coach/consultant. Kelly is a blogger for both Chiropractic Economics and Massage Magazine and created the Build Your Copywriting Business program as well as the Learn the Ropes Copywriting Series of courses. Kelly also publishes The Copywriting Connection a free e-zine on copywriting and business building tips. Visit www.TheCopywritingInstitute.com to receive your free report and 1 hour audio download, “6 Things Every Copywriter MUST Know to Make High Profits in Copywriting —fast” at www.TheCopywritingInstitute.com or 303-460-0285.
Starting your own freelance copywriting business isn’t always easy. We are often charting in unknown territory and while our destination is clear (profitability), the road to get there may not be the road we start out on.
This week’s podcast Copywriter Kelly Robbins discusses some of the blocks or walls many business owners run into and shares ways to move past these walls and continue on your journey to profitability
In this edition we are looking at some questions you need to ask yourself when deciding if you thinking about starting a business as a freelance copywriter. Learn what are the right questions you need to ask yourself before getting started in a copywriting business.
Are you ready to make the leap into freelance copywriting? Ask yourself these questions to be sure.
Sick of the status quo? You are going to stay in the same place if you keep doing the same things. In this edition of The Sounds of Copywriting, Kelly Robbins gives up 3 tips for making positive change in your life.