I hope this week's "Keep It Going-Get It Done" Quick Tip series has given you something to think about and has gotten you some forward movement on your writing projects.
Now let's put it to work....
What's your next marketing project?
Creating your media kit? Writing a series of blog posts? A tip series to go out automatically to your list? How about a video marketing series? A sales page for your new product or program?
You probably have lots of ideas but not enough time to create and implement them. You might think that you'll create that tip series tomorrow or write a blog post in between client calls. Or do the sales page this weekend.
The truth is that without time set aside only for this purpose - and that's nonnegotiable - more than likely, your project won't get done.
I know - I run into this with my own business. If I don't schedule the time, it probably won't get done, or, even worse, I hurry through it, instead of really being with the project and what I want to create.
I don't like running my business this way! So, I schedule time to work on my projects.
And I'm making it easy for you to do it, too...
Four hours of writing allows you to make HUGE progress on what you're working on. Because, honestly, you're not going to get as much done with 15 minutes here, 5 minutes there.
WHAT: Just Write! Virtual Workshop
DATE: Friday, June 29, 2012 - TOMORROW!
TIME: 12:00pm - 4:00pm eastern
LOCATION: Virtual! From wherever you want to write
PRICE: $29 for each workshop - includes the four-hour workshop, handouts, and on-the-spot coaching.
Remember the tip series?
- Schedule the time - that would be tomorrow!
- Break it up into manageable chunks - the structure of the Just Write Virtual Workshop automatically helps you do just that.
- Set yourself up for easy - you'll be surprised at how committing to a Just Write Virtual Workshop has you getting everything ready for your four hours of writing.
- Set up accountability systems - that would be the workshop. :) You have to call in and tell the group what you've done. Automatic accountability.
Are you ready to make some great progress on your next marketing project? I am! I hope you'll join us tomorrow!