Are you using rhythms and systems to help you work from a place of rest?
Grab your Beats by Dre off your husband’s nightstand (wait, just me?): This episode is FULL of amazing resources to help you serve your clients well while avoiding burnout—plus, you know me. DUH, I’m going to talk about the importance of copywriting and how to use it in your business.
I always seem to work that one in. 😉
It was such a pleasure to sit down and chit-chat with Erin about all things creative small business—I hope you enjoy the episode.
In this episode, here are a few things you’ll learn:
- About my corporate background and transitioning to building my own business—including how I faced (and uh, was hospitalized for) anxiety, and how I’ve been able to shift my priorities both personally and in work.
- Copywriting – what exactly IS that? I explain what the world of copy is all about. Pssst … this blog may help, too.
- Tips on where to start for websites including messaging, branding, user experience, and how to have visuals and messaging tell a story.
- Word Banks and Messaging Guides: what are they and how to use them in every area of your business, from your greeting to how you choose who to work with when outsourcing.
- The psychology around sales funnels, plus how to simplify communication from the beginning to the very end in clear and direct ways.
- How templates offer greater care for clients instead of being an impersonal response.
- Delegating tasks that will free up time and save money because time is money.
- Figuring out your rhythms of work and schedules and tasks and putting like things together to avoid burnout
… AND den some. 🙂If you can’t sell me on your business, then who can? Click To Tweet
You may be interested in: My episode on The Creative Speaker podcast here.
Links & Resources:
- My “What’s Your Online Voice Vibe” Brand Voice Quiz
- Master Your Elevator Pitch: How To Explain What You Do In 5 Steps
Again, so grateful that Erin had me on The Bridging Her Story Podcast.
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