30 Minutes Every Day Marketing Your Business Guarantees Growth
Would you like to guarantee the growth of your small business?
I often hear this:
“Nick, my business just isn’t growing as quickly as I would like it to. What can I do?”
This is a common question, and one that I guarantee I can fix for you.
When I reply to this question with another question “How long every day do you spend on growing your business?” I am nearly always met with the answer “No time at all”, plus a sudden look of realisation on their face.
How can you expect your business to grow if you do not spend time cultivating it?
A plant won’t grow without water and sunlight, children won’t grow without food, and so it is that your business will not grow unless you put a little bit of effort in each and every day.
And I mean a little bit.
30 minutes a day to be precise.
If you spend 30 minutes a day for the next 30 days thinking about how to make your business grow and then taking the time to take action, you WILL see results. Big ones too.
Will you take a second now to think about all of those ‘marketing things’ that you have been meaning to do?
List them down on a scrap of paper in front of you, or in the notes section on your phone. I usually find there is more to be gained from scribbling on paper, even if your handwriting is as bad as mine, it gets the brain working better; you spent years in education working this way, after all.
Then pick one, and spend the first 30 minutes of the your few days making that one thing happen (before looking at any emails).
Will you do one additional thing for me too please?
Tell me now and tell me what action you are going to take in the comments box below.
It will dramatically improve your chances of making it happen.
Don’t be shy, I won’t bite. But it will help you.
What are you going to spend your first 30 minutes on working on your business?
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