As a market crier I would be a total loser b) What brings me there? I wished for orientation and expertise for the beginning of my common thread. And some company now and then. #3 Looking for what I need - suitable for me Alright, I needed online marketing support and expertise for myself as a coach. But where did I get it from? Not through the 1,000th YouTube video, several years of further training or 500 reference books, all of which describe "how to do it right". So far, all these channels had paralyzed me instead of inspiring me a colleague sent me the link to Alex's mindful marketing - just at the right and out of instinct, I signed up for Mastermind last summer.
That was the best thing that could have happened to me for my online marketing. – No, I am not being paid to say this and it comes from the heart! Until the start in September I allowed myself to let the topic rest and put down the heavy backpack - finally! With the mobile number list good feeling that things will really start soon.#4 Select and prepare the first stage What was the most important thing to start with? Speaking of the picture of the trip: I was given a rough map with travel information for part of the area to hand - yay! And I consciously chose a goal and MY first stage . Clear, manageable, feasible. I planned the route, regular rest areas and packed food in my small (!) backpack.
Specifically: My goal was to set up a blog and write three articles for it within three months. With content that I would like to share because it is important to me. And which could be valuable for others. OK! And like so much else, online marketing comes down to attitude . Actually not surprising, and yet my biggest aha moment in the course of the mastermind (brilliant as it is simple!): “Design your marketing in a way that would appeal to you. Because your marketing CAN only be the way you are. Otherwise it won't fit!" That really “flipped a switch” for me. And made everything a lot easier! What did it take? Merely my own permission to let myself in. And leave out what I don't like.