You might be the best at what you do – but if you don’t show up and let others know how you can serve them, then you’ll remain stuck and frustrated in your business.
And that’s just sad.
You deserve better.
Let me remind you once again…
Visibility does NOT mean sharing every tidbit of your life.
Visibility does NOT mean posting 10x/day.
We are NOT talking about creating noise.
It’s about communicating your value to your ideal customer in a way that is aligned with who you are, what are you’re here to create and showing up powerfully and consistently.
May 30, 2018 | Katia Millar
By Natasha Mitchell: Owner Inspire & Drive
Side hustle much? No, its not the latest Salsa move – it’s the way to make extra money outside of work hours. In a study conducted by the Harvard Business Review the freelance community makes up 34% of the U.S. workforce. Of the 53 million freelancers, 14.3 million are side hustlers or “moonlighters” (if we want to be politically correct). That means 27% of all freelancers also have full time jobs.
The intention is that you want to eventually grow your side hustle into your own fully-fledged business and be your own boss. Our passions tend to sneak up on us and demand attention. They tickle our inner entrepreneur to encourage you to exit out of the corporate grind. But wait…before you make any rash decisions, test the proverbial waters first. (more…)
July 13, 2017 | Master-User
It’s not an exaggeration when I say that Facebook has changed my life.
It was the spring of 2007 and my life was taking a few twists and turns. My marriage had ended a few years prior and I had gone from a marketing project manager to taking a series of part-time, contract and temporary jobs that had left me increasingly frustrated and unfulfilled. I had come to a point where change was the only viable option. I was exploring, searching and digging into what I wanted to do with my life. I was reading all types of books and attending tons of personal development programs. I had lots of ideas swirling in my head about what to do next, but I just couldn’t figure out where to start. I had a very small social circle. I had never attended a networking events and was very overwhelmed with all the options and choices I faced. I felt stuck.
April 3, 2017 | Katia Millar