Since I have more books on my kindle than I could possibly read in a year off work, and since I am about to go travelling so don’t want any more possessions in my life, when I see things I think I want these days I add them to my Amazon Wish List. It feels like shopping. And when I revisit my list later, having managed very well without so many of the items, I can knock them off and feel no loss. I highly recommend this strategy as a sort-of halfway house if you are trying to beat your […]
I love both marketing and selling as it happens but my clients tell me they don’t like marketing and they hate selling. Feel this way too? Let me see if I can find a couple of ways to improve that a tad for you. Let’s do marketing first. It is simply your job to tell enough people in the world about you and what you offer, provide and sell until you hit such a critical mass that the metaphorical phone just rings all the time and often enough to keep you in the lifestyle to which you intend to become […]
Working at home these last couple of days, in the snow, I wondered if various delivery men would make it. The man from the laundry, Amazon C/o Citilink (notoriously unreliable) and Viking. To be really honest with you, it wouldn’t have mattered if none of them had made it through, nothing was a matter of life or death. But oddly, they all made it through. And on my doorstep I cheered them as heroes, including my postman. As I said on Twitter today, I am the first to slag off a postie when he’s on strike, and he’s a lazy blighter […]
Since I did the work with you I have been very busy with projects. I've brought out four training DVD's on Reflexology that are rising up the charts on Amazon, started writing distance learning courses, written another book "Reflexology for Babies and Children" and started to be invited to lecture abroad - so huge thanks for your comment of "view yourself as an expert"!