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:
If you’re asking this question, it’s probably too early for you to choose…
A reader wrote this to me:
My passion is to help people lead a happy life. I want to help people achieve fulfillment in 3 important areas of their lives…RELATIONSHIP, FINANCES, and CAREER. These are the things I intend to talk about on my blog.
As I’ve read and researched, I see that many experts recommend tailoring down to a niche, and focusing on specific issues; thereby warning against taking a wide range of topics. I perfectly understand that these 3 areas (Relationship, Money, and Career) are SO WIDE. In fact, each of them has countless sub-topics.
But what I’m trying to do is link the 3 of them together because I believe that they are the core factors that affect people’s happiness and overall well-being. If people do well in these areas, they’re more likely to excel in other things.I imagine some of you reading this are wondering the same thing — having a variety of passions, or being multi-talented, how can you restrict yourself to just one thing?
Here is what most marketing experts will say:
Nothing in my business is as important as getting in and staying in a consistent rhythm of content creation.
It is how I get smarter in my field.
It’s how I develop the writings and videos that occasionally get shared, thereby bringing new fans and new clients.
More than anything else I do, creating content consistently is how I give back.
It’s my ministry and mission.
Your wisdom, life lessons, skills, knowledge can help to transform many people's lives… so if you’re not being consistent in sharing it, what's holding you back?
You don’t have to do everything.
Double-down on your top strength.
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A regret that many entrepreneurs have is that they didn’t start building their audience sooner.
If you think you might want to start a business one day, I recommend that you start growing your audience now...
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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