The one where I practice what I preach.
Is teaching part of your business model?
Perhaps you offer tutorials or share helpful information on your blog or via YouTube. You might sell printables on Etsy, or perhaps you are writing an ebook.
Maybe you have plans to launch an online course or a membership site.
It’s all teaching.
There is a massive amount of power in teaching what you know.
Before we delve into how you go about teaching what you know, let’s look at why it’s a good idea.
Lately, I've been trying to get more comfortable with video.
I'm not entirely uncomfortable with it, but honestly, audio is my comfort zone.
The trouble is, as far as social media engagement is concerned, video is where it's at.
To overcome my fear of video, I set myself a challenge: to live stream in my Facebook group, The Lightbulb Club, every day for a week.
That was last week...
Here is a little-known fact about me: I am a Google Certified Educator.
Next weekend, Google is coming to Guernsey and they are holding a summit. As you can imagine, this is a big deal for little old Guernsey.
Because I am a Google gal, I will be hanging out at the summit all weekend. What can I say? I know how to have fun…! Check out my Instagram Stories if you want to see what’s happening there.
Anyway, because I currently have Google on the brain, it seemed apt that I give you the lowdown on how Google, more specifically G Suite, can be an incredible tool for creative business owners.
I’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m not exactly, well, monogamous, when it comes to productivity apps. I’m always on the lookout for the next big thing.
However, it occurred to me today that I’ve been “going steady” with Trello for a whole year now. Surely this must mean love?
While I still do “see” Workflowy on the side (for course outlining mainly) Trello is, without a doubt, my one true love when it comes to project management apps.
As a little love note to Trello, I have listed below the 10 reasons why Trello is the perfect project management tool for creative business owners.
I sat on the fence for AGES before starting a Facebook group. Why? Because I had “The Fear”.
I was scared I wouldn’t attract any members and if a few people did join, that no one would ever post anything. And anyway, who am I to start a Facebook group? I'm not an expert...
Hello, imposter syndrome!