I’ve now completed 4 months of working on my new business for just 2 hours per week and here are the updates:
Here are the key lessons for this month:
How do I make great content? By making more content.
How do I improve my skills? By working with more clients.
How do I find ideal referral partners? By reaching out to more referral partners.
This principle of Quality through Quantity has made a difference in many areas of my professional and personal growth.
When we are willing to take action without judgment of ourselves -- knowing that true learning comes through action -- we build the muscles and perspective that leads to real growth.
It takes quantity of action to reach quality of results.
How do I balance Quantity and Quality?
I’m 3 months into building a brand new audience (secret project).
This is helping me relate better to those of you in the same situation.
If you missed my previous posts in this series:
Month 1 -- A Few Lessons In Growing A New Audience
Month 2 -- Overcoming Procrastination in My New Venture
In month 3, here is what I’m learning now:
To reach more people and make a deeper impact with your message, and ultimately grow your business, work on getting better at the following 7 factors.
Look at it as an audit of your content marketing process, and make time to gradually improve in each of these areas.
I’m writing this on the day that my 3rd book is being launched.
Some people wonder how I can get so much done, especially content, when I’m a 1-person team (haven’t had a virtual assistant for more than 6 months.)
In this post I'll explain the key factors to my productivity.
Here’s what I have on my plate:
George Kao is a Marketing Coach for small business owners, especially solopreneurs such as Coaches and Mentors. He focuses on ethical & effective ways to grow one's platform and build true livelihood.
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