In the last blog, I talked about the one thing you shouldn’t skip in order to attract new subscribers.
Now that you know what you’re offering, it’s time to figure out how to get people opting-in to get it. To do this, you’ll need a simple landing page, as well as enticing copy to reel in new subscribers.
If you have a WordPress site, first, search your WordPress theme for a landing page template. If you have one built into your theme and you like the layout, then move onto writing compelling copy.
If you don’t have a landing page template, then research platforms like LeadPages or Click Funnels. Both can create attractive, eye-catching landing pages with a drag-and-drop interface and built-in templates. Both platforms also have split testing capabilities, so you can test different versions of your landing page to see which one converts more views into sales.
Another option is to check with your email service provider if they have landing page...
Business coaches are strong assets for business owners because they hold the owner accountable for their own progress. They offer different perspectives to problems, they offer guidance as well as challenges, and they observe objectively how a business operates and what can be improved.
Productivity is more than just performing your daily tasks. A business coach will improve your productivity in all aspects of your business life. Here are some examples:
1. You will step out of your comfort zone. Performing tasks that make you uncomfortable are often tasks that will push your business into forward momentum, such as real life networking or presenting to your local Chamber of Commerce. Performing these tasks will get easier with practice and will allow you to develop real life relationships with other businesses. If you gain new customers in the process, that’s quicker productivity than if you stayed in your online bubble.
2. Your coach will correct you as needed. Your business...
If you can say to yourself, “I have a problem getting things done and it is because I lack self-discipline”, then you are taking responsibility for your problem, and you’re in the right place to move forward and do something about it.
Here are this week’s tips to help you tackle your self-discipline issues.
1. Cultivate Self-Honesty
The next time you tell yourself or someone else that you’re “too busy” to do something, try changing that message to yourself or to others. Try saying “I don’t want to…” or, “It’s not important”, instead of “I’m too busy”. (“It’s not important for me to meet with my top client” will give you quite different feeling than “it’s not important for me to organize George’s sock drawer”.)
Speaking your truth helps strip away excuses or evasions: You can instantly see when you need a dose of self-discipline, when you need...