Not sure if anyone here can relate but I wasn’t that kid in school who had a great academic record. I bet most of my teachers thought I was creative and nice more than I was academically smart. For the longest time, I thought I was just not a smart kid. I thought my gradesContinue reading “You are not dumb. You just don’t do the work.”
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Move in Silence.
When I registered my business in 2019, I told only a few people who are genuinely supportive, happy for me, and caring. I gave my first few business cards to my best friend and a few family members. I didn’t give them a business card because they are my ideal client – I gave themContinue reading “Move in Silence.”
FOCUS on what you have, NOT what you don’t have.
Us humans tend to appreciate what we don’t have, compared to what we have currently. As a result, the search for more is endless and we can never be satisfied. There is nothing wrong with wanting more however, we should simultaneously be grateful for what we have. For me, I’m grateful for having a supportiveContinue reading “FOCUS on what you have, NOT what you don’t have.”
The last call.
The last call you dread – may ring any moment, any second, any minute, any hour, any day, any year. But that’s a reality you must accept as it is the nature of this world to enter and to depart. A continuous process that we are either blind to or too bothered to commit toContinue reading “The last call.”
Do you have a ‘About’ section in your Website?
Recently I have scanned a good number of funnels/websites. Several of the funnels barely introduce the businessman or the business itself – they are so focused on selling their products/services. There is a saying that PEOPLE FOLLOW PEOPLE, not businesses.
Is the Website For You or For the Prospect?
Do you design your website for YOU or for the end user/s? Most entrepreneurs design their own website and that’s alright however I have noticed a common mistake. They design the website for themselves – not for their potential clients or customers.