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One of the things I wanted to share today is how do you optimize your virtual trainings? I’ve hosted many webinars, teleseminars, and other online training’s over the course of the years. In hindsight, I realized that I had some that had had great turnouts and others not so good.
And I wondered what was the disconnect? Why was I getting good results on some and not others; given the fact that I was using the same strategies to promote those virtual trainings?
When I went back to analyze where the holes were, I realized that in those trainings that I had better results with, I was very specific with what I was going to be teaching; in comparison to the other trainings where I was a bit more general and vague.
In today’s Marketing & Mindset Video Tip I discuss how to make a decision … How do you decide whether or not to move forward with an opportunity? How do we determine if something is an opportunity or a distraction?
We get soooo many marketing messages on any given day – I know I do! I can get up to 100 emails a day. Many of those emails are people and business promoting their products and services to me.
So how do determine which are the ones I act on or not for me … or not for me at this time?
Simple. Ask question!
Let me just say first. There is something to say to being decisive, don’t you agree? But there’s also something to be said about getting all facts first and educating yourself before making a decision. You really have to decide for yourself which is the best course of action.
Yes I get it! Catch 22! You have to decide how to decide!!
1) Is it aligned with your bigger vision in your business?
First if you don’t have a vision, get one stat! Next, is this opportunity going to help you move closer to your vision and goals? If so, great! If not, then it’s probably not a good opportunity for you.
This week’s Marketing & Mindset Video Tip is about what are some of the questions you can ask yourself when you feel you’ve failed something.
We’ve all gone through this at some point in time – when we went through a process and didn’t get the desired result that we wanted or expected.
Something went wrong …
And I think it’s a disservice to ourselves when we don’t take the time to reflect back on what went right and what went wrong – so that we can do things differently the next time around. That is what growth is all about, is it not?
Over the course of time, I’ve come to create a habit of asking myself specific questions after every new process, venture, program, client interaction, etc., I take on, to see how I can continue to improve my desired results.
Here are the questions I’ve used:
- Why did this happen? Why did I get this particular result? For example, did I not promote enough?
- What could I have done differently?
- How can I do it better next time? This is about determining what did go right – and improving upon on it.
- What changes (if any) should I make in my strategies?
- What can I do to improve my planning and preparation?
Today’s Marketing & Mindset Tip is all about building confidence! Specifically I want to talk about the things you can do to build more confidence in yourself when it comes to your business.
When I first started years ago and made the transition from owning an online retail shop to online marketing consulting, in hindsight I lacked a lot of confidence. The reason why I think this, was because it was a challenge for me to share with others what I did and how I could serve them.
The result? Lack of confidence.
Over the course of the years as I’ve continued to grow, I learned a few things along the way that have helped me to build my confidence in my business and stand in integrity with what I do. I know I can provide results for others; and there’s a difference between knowing the path and walking the path.
Here’s what I did:
- I niched myself.
- Stayed in my lane.
- Continued to practice my craft.
Check out the video below as I go more in-depth with these action steps.
In today’s Marketing & Mindset Video Tip I speak about the importance of your name. I think we can all agree that using someone’s name is very important.
Whether meeting someone for the first time or speaking with someone we know well, using their name has always been a great way to make an immediate connection and create a level of intimacy with them.
Yet, I always find it surprising how often we forget to share our own names! I see it all the time. I’ll go to someone’s About page on their website or their social networks and their name is nowhere to be found. Crazy, I know!
I have to get all Magnum PI in trying to figure out how to address them and even then that is an often fruitless pursuit. Until of course, I have to come right out and ask them – that is, if I haven’t just given up by then.
Check out the video below to here my take on the matter…
Welcomes to today’s Marketing & Mindset Video Tip. Today I wanted to share with you the top 10 things I’ve done that have helped to increase my overall performance in my life and business.
Top 10 Ways to Increase Overall Performance in Your Life & Business:
10. Create a mind movie
9. Listen to Baroque music”
8. Write to resolution
7. Read business & personal growth books
6. Exercise and keep a healthy diet
4. Allocating specific times of the day for email
3. Write down daily tasks & prioritize them
2. Meditate or practice Qi Gong
1. Set intentions
Today’s Marketing & Mindset Video Tip is about sharing my top three ways of getting more Twitter followers.
I often get asked, “How do I get more followers on social media?” So today I’ve decided to focus specifically on Twitter; but these strategies can be used on other social networks as well.
Just be mindful that although it’s great to have a large following, I believe that quality followers is just as important (if not more so) than quantity. Sure you can buy Twitter followers and easily get your numbers up into the thousands. But if they are not engaging with you, sharing your content, and/or buying into your products and services, than it defeats the purpose … Don’t you think?
You really want to be strategic about who you follow – in turn, who follows you back. Ideally you’ll want to follow:
- Prospective clients
- Potential partners
- Mentors & industry leaders
These are people who are going to engage with you hopefully on a regular basis.