Smart Women Share
I recently participated in a one day promotion with women business owners from around the world. I loved connecting with these interesting, smart women entrepreneurs. As I looked through their offers, I realized there was so much wisdom in the group, that I asked several to share one marketing tip.
Then I reached out to some of the smart women I know right here in Indy and asked the same question. Here is a collection of my favorite tips.
Tips from Smart Women
If you are like most business owners, you guess at what you can take home and don’t have confidence that you are prepared for the future. By setting aside at least 1% of your income to a Profit Savings Account, you can begin to save up for the unexpected. You should ideally have 3 – 6 months of operating expenses in your savings account, but start with just one month until you have no debt.
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Ean Price Murphy, Moxie Bookeeping
Never underestimate the value in thank you cards. Thank you cards are a lost art. I believe something as simple as a thank you card can make the difference on whether you get the contract you’re wanting or not. Try it, you never know.
Stephanie Eppich Daily Founder, Send a Friend Lasagna
My tip is, if you want to upgrade your well-being and see your productivity skyrocket, start meditating and commit to it. The energy of commitment will propel you forward and meditation will give a holiday ticket to your mind to rest, rewind, and recharge.
When you learn to meditate, you are re-balancing the use of the left and right parts of your brain. As a result, you will have more creativity, come up more easily with new ideas and solutions which is ONE of your assets as an entrepreneur. Here’s the link to the more detailed article https://www.arockstarmindset.com/…/5reasonstosayyestome..
There are going to be a lot of people in this world that tell you that you can’t do something, don’t listen. The only voice you need to listen to is the one telling you to keep going. Whirl up all the naysayer dust that you can and when it all settles down the path, go back and teach others how you got there.
Jennifer N. Denney, Elevated Marketing Solutions
When deciding whether or not you should use a particular platform, ask yourself one question, “Is this where my ideal people hang out?” Ignore all the “shiny objects” and “bulletproof marketing strategies.” If you bring in 300 people from Twitter, and your ideal clients are on LinkedIn, it’s a waste of your time. Do your marketing where your best clients are, wherever that is. The link to the resource is: https://theaudienceconverter.com/008-ask-me-anything/
Kimberly Weitkamp, Audience Converter Podcast
In my many years as an entrepreneur and business owner the one thing I am certain about is the power of persistence. Persistence. Persistence. Persistence. Persistence is key until the day comes when the scales tip and then you find yourself wildly and wonderfully successful.
Maggie Holbik, Crystal Clear Coaching
Adapt and Evolve. This is how we thrive in a world where change is the only thing that is guaranteed. Look for opportunities to innovate and create solutions to new challenges.
Jen Edds, Brassy Broadcasting Company
Many thanks to these smart women who were willing to share just a bit of their wisdom!
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