It's the first of the year, and everybody talks about goals. However, I want to talk about goals that drive revenue and getting very intentional with them.
On this episode you'll learn:
Why you need to worry about the "what and the how" of each goal.
Learn why you shouldn't set business goals that you don't have control over.
Have you checked your messaging on your website? Learn how to review your messaging, so people don't bounce off. Do people know who you are, what you sell, and why they need it in the first eight seconds they land on your website?
We talk about how to set visibility goals and what you should do to plan content.
We discuss why you need to have list building goals and a few ideas on how to do it.
Discover some new sales ideas to drive promotional sales and so much more. Listen to today's podcast here.
Learn more about productivity for product-based business owners here.
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The New Year marks a clean slate. It’s prime time for planning and goal setting, and while you may plan and set goals with good intentions, you won’t be able to carry them out if you aren’t productive.
I love this time of year because of the fresh start, clean slate, and new goal kind of feeling it gives me.
I’ve learned through the years if I don’t plan to reach my new January goals, I fail and lose momentum. So, I like to take some time and plan out what my goals for the year are and then break them down and figure out how I am going to make it happen.
In fact, this is the #1 question I get asked both with my 1-1 clients and in my masterminds. How can I be productive and make my goals happen? Time management and productivity are always at the top of the list.
I hear this so much that I am going to dedicate at least one episode a month to this subject, and I have created a course to help called Perfectly Planned Day.
But today, I...
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