Client attraction. Business growth. Pretty profits.
Rarely am I nervous to share a post with you and yet with this one I am. Maybe it’s because this is a ‘professional’ blog about blogging for your business and mastering lead generation. And, the first rule of blogging is to focus on your reader. This IS about helping you, my gorgeous reader, it’s just in a bit of round about fashion. And let’s face it, any post you share a video of yourself in is bound to terrify…
This is not the post I planned to write.
I did not plan to spend my week in bed desperate for a scalpel or any sharp instrument I could use to remove my tonsils and right ear.
I planned to have this post written long before now. That would be smart. That would be professional.
Sometimes despite all the determination in the world to be superhuman, you are reminded that although you probably do have some superhuman talents (yes, swimming backstroke in a straight line counts as superhuman) you are at least in part ‘only’ human.
During those times life can get in the way. You might question your business. You might question whether blogging is helping your business. Does blogging really contribute to your business growth or is it simply another time suck?
If you ARE convinced blogging offers great business support, do you fear your latest post isn’t good enough? Perhaps it’s not worth posting if it isn’t perfect. What will your reader think? Why bother? Will you turn all your potential clients away?
In the immortal words of my gorgeous friend and fellow blogging business owner:
“You don’t have to be perfect, you just have to help someone.” – Marissa Roberts Click To Tweet
Not only that, you are bound to help lots of ‘someones.’ And those ‘someones’ will love you for your efforts. Maybe they will become your clients; maybe they will remain happy readers.
One slightly less than perfect post will not make or break your blogging income.
Yes, you do want to do your best but it’s ok not to be perfect.
As another beautiful friend says…
“Know yourself, stick to your weirdness, know the message you want to send.” – Genevieve Gauvin Click To Tweet
If the rest isn’t perfect its ok!
Not sure if you agree with this opinion?
What if I told you Genevieve recently launched an ebook that sold almost 10,000 copies in the first 24 hours? That the ebook has generated $405,000 in the six weeks following its launch?
Would you consider Genevieve’s advice now?
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Are you curious?
Want to hear what Marissa, Genevieve, Kylie and Marthe have to share?