Do you find yourself saying “yes” to too many things? Learning to say “no” can be incredibly challenging!
Time is your most valuable asset. In this episode we dive into the importance of saying “yes” to the right things, breaking down big goals, and achieving those goals while protecting your time.
Saying yes to too many things means you can’t complete the goals you’ve set for your life and business. Let’s talk about how to protect your time and market you business more efficiently.
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Christa Hutchin’s Move Forward Line-A-Day Journal
Break it down
Take the time to break down your big goals into smaller, more attainable ones.
Even if the year is halfway over, it’s still possible to achieve your goals and make significant progress in the second half of the year.
Optimize your content
Optimizing your blog posts for SEO is one of the most important strategies to help make your content findable and searchable on Google. But, it’s equally important to repurpose your content into videos and reach a wider audience.
Consistency is also the key to success. Creating a yearly and monthly goal plan using assessments and progress evaluations will keep you on track.
Build your email list
Building an email list can make a massive difference in promoting your content. By providing quick, consumable content that solves a problem right away, you can create engaging relationships with your audience.
Remember, marketing is not just about shouting “buy my thing”; it’s about building customer service relationships and demonstrating your product/service in action.
Always try to include a call-to-action (CTA) in your content and drop breadcrumbs to lead your audience to a more significant ask.
Learning to say No
It’s never too late to make progress towards your goals. Know your limits and say no when you need to. Remember to commit your works to God and trust the process. Celebrate your accomplishments and set monthly goals to reach your long-term objectives.