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Sean McCabe
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Do you ever feel like what you have to say has already been said? What’s the point of putting your work out there? Why does your voice matter when everyone else is saying the same thing?

If people have written entire books on a subject, who are you to blog about it? Should you even try?

Yes. Emphatically yes!

We’ve all heard that there’s nothing new under the sun but it also takes hearing new information 7 times before it’s retained.

So even if someone else is saying the same thing and even if they’re doing it better, your voice can still be the one to resonate with people. Because of the Magic of 7, your delivery of a message might be someone’s 7th time hearing it.

When you are someone’s 7th time, they actually attribute the value of that thing to you—even if someone before you might have said it better already.

It’s the same with your clients and customers. Competition is a good sign and not anything to be afraid of. They’re actually priming people who are even more ready for you to close the deal.

We’re going to talk about how the Magic of 7 applies to competition, repurposing content, growing an audience, getting clients and selling to customers.

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Find the things that are already doing well and focus your energy as much as possible on them.

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What one thing will have the biggest impact for you right now?

Do that one thing.

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Ever feel like it’s hard to get motivated? You’re not alone.

Listen to the full episode: 6 Ways to Stay Motivated (and How to Find Drive in the First Place) http://seanwes.com/149
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If you look at all of your projects as tasks, you’re never going to get anything done.

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Taking Donations vs. Taking Investments.

What do you do when someone wants to give you money?

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Shooting Part Two of the free three-part http://ValueBasedPricing.com video series that I’m sending out to subscribers.
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[Free Video] How to Digitize Hand Lettering
Watch: http://seanw.es/Zsce

In this video, I take you behind the scenes and show you how to digitize hand lettering using Image Trace. This video starts off in Photoshop for some initial prep work to clean up your lettering and then we take it to Illustrator for vectoring.

If you like this video, it’s a very small sampling of the 50 other lessons you’ll find in the Learn Lettering Master Class. Hope you enjoy!
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You will slowly lose what you don't maintain.

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Value-Based Pricing can be uncomfortable at first. You may feel like you’re not worth it. You may be wondering how you even go about discovering the value that you create for your client. How do you find that out? What questions do you ask? What if you’re dealing with value that’s intangible or emotional? How do you come up with a number?

Part of why this is so uncomfortable is a lot of us are used to positioning ourselves as a commodity to the client. We compete on market rates and therefore, we open ourselves to comparison We’re essentially positioning ourselves as an expense to the client.

Expenses are things that people try to keep down. Nobody likes expenses, you want to minimize expenses. The way you know that you’ve positioned yourself as an expense to the client is when they’re trying to pay you less.

You want to position yourself as an investment.

Investments are something that clients want to maximize.

Get the PDF Guide of 7 Value-Discovering Questions to Ask Your Client: http://ValueBasedPricing.com

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Is the world better off with a small handful of things you’ve slaved over by yourself to make 98% perfect, or would the world be better served by 90% quality at a much grander scale?

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It's never been easier to create. We have tools freely available to us that help us accomplish in one day what previously took teams of people months to create. Every day, more content is created than the day before and there is more to consume.

How will we find the time to discover and search for the content we want? How will that content be monetized? Are ads the future of the web? I think filtration is the future of the internet and I think it's something you won't blink at paying for.
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    Hand Lettering, 2010 - present
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