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Digital Marketing Supremacy

Having an entrepreneur brain is a blessing and a curse. So many ideas! My brain never stops. Woke up feeling productive and pumped. #ThereIsABetterWay #DigitalMarketingSupremacy

Entrepreneurs are willing to work 80 hours a week to avoid working 40 hours a week.

Why because they know working for someone else sucks!

Yes you have to work hard at first but when you find success online, you can then dictate the hours you work 😉👍

Life is full of ups and downs. We have to just keep smiling up or down 😃

I remember when I first started online.

💥I didn't have the money. I found a way to get it.

💥I didn't know what I was doing or if i'd be good at it. I started anyway and learned as I went.

💥I didn't have time. I made time and worked on my breaks, the bus rides to and from work, friday nights while people were partying, early Saturday mornings and during any free time I had. I even gave up my TV shows.

You see a pattern there. Any excuse that could've held me back, I ignored and overcame to find a way, because I had a strong "WHY"

If you have a strong why no excuse or obstacle will stop you.

Get it?

The Entrepreneur always searches for change, responds to it, add values and exploits it as an opportunity.
• Have an amazing Thursday 🌤

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Anyone like to hazard a guess why?

Is Being New in Your Niche a Bad Thing?

There is an American expression that if you are starting at the bottom of something and working your way up, then you are, “Low man on the totem pole.”

A totem pole is a Native American sculpture that is generally quite tall, with carvings of animals, symbols and people stacked one on top of the other.

But Native Americans are smart. They know that on a 30 foot pole, no one is going to see the top carvings very well.

So they place the most important person or carving on the BOTTOM.

That’s right – if you’re on the bottom and just starting out, you are the most important marketer in the room.

Do you know why?

Because everything is wide open for you. You have the chance to do anything you want, target any sub-niche, become an expert in any topic and so forth.

And you have the opportunity to turn the niche completely on its head and make it your own.

Being new is a positive. No one has pegged you as the “So-in-so” guy or gal yet. Your reputation is pristine. Your future is incredibly bright. And there are no limits to what you can achieve.

So if you’re new in a niche, then celebrate – you are indeed the “Low wo/man on the totem pole!”

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How to Give Feedback on Less than Stellar Writing

You hired someone to do some writing for you. Problem is, the writing itself isn’t exactly what you’re looking for.

Or maybe it’s just not written well, or you need some changes...

Or perhaps a marketing colleague has asked you for feedback on their writing, and frankly you hate it.

What can you do to help the person make the appropriate changes, without offending them?

Try making it about you and not about the writing.

For example, instead of saying, “The chronology is confusing,” you tell them that you got confused by the chronology.

Instead of, “The dialogue sounds too contrived,” tell them you’re having trouble relating to the dialog, and give them a specific example of what you mean and how it could be changed.

By making it about you, you’re not insulting the work or the author. You’re simply offering your own experience of the writing.

This helps no matter what you’re critiquing – software, artwork, a website, etc. You can also use the phrase, “Have you considered...” to make a suggestion they can think of as their own.

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