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OK, Now What?2 Min Read

OK, Now What?2 min read


“How can I attract clients right now? Why are things so hard? I seem to have run out of ideas. Why can’t I create some momentum?”

If you’ve been thinking thoughts like this recently, you’re not alone.

When I think of the enormity of what we’re all going through right now, I’m kinda surprised I’m not depressed all the time!

But I keep plugging at things because… there’s really no alternative. And it’s my job to help people. That’s what I do and what I love to do.

I have a lot of ideas and I put them out there every week, but discovering how to survive and thrive in our businesses right now is no cakewalk.

I think it’s the news that Covid 19 is growing, not shrinking right now that has me feeling a little out-of-sorts… and thinking, “What it will be like if this continues for another year… or two?” 

But I don’t tend to spiral down into depression or hopelessness. It must be genetic. I’m always looking for the next workable idea or solution. And that energizes me, despite the dire circumstances.

So, all I can say is that I’m determined to discover new strategies and solutions, support my clients as much as humanly possible, and make it as easy for clients to work with me right now.

And, because of this attitude, I’m actually coming up with a lot of creative ideas that are working. People are responding. My clients are generating new business.

How are you dealing with things right now?

Are you coming up with creative ways of doing your business?

Are you seeing opportunities where others are seeing doom and gloom?

Or do you have no idea what to do next?

I’d like to hear from you. Seriously, write to me!

And, I also have something to offer.

I just did a webinar last week called “Time to Market Outrageously.” Yeah, maybe that’s a little over the top, but in it, I presented some ideas about attracting clients right now that are some of the best I’ve ever shared. And they are working for people. 

You can watch it here:

Time to Market Outrageously.

Cheers, Robert


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