“Commit to Imperfect Action! Here’s Why…” By Ali Brown
It’s a new year, ripe with possibilities. Resolutions are being set with the best of intentions. But how will you make 2013 the year you truly create change—the year you start your business, write your novel, run the half marathon, or whatever you dream of accomplishing? Here’s a tip you’re likely not seeing around on the Internet today: DITCH the resolutions and commit to IMPERFECT ACTION.
I’ve seen many aspiring entrepreneurs get stuck year after year in building and growing their businesses. They get caught up on their mission statement, their marketing, their website, and what happens is it paralyzes them. They wait for everything to be perfect before they move forward. They stop moving, hoping—waiting—for the perfect answer to emerge out of thin air.
But being successful isn’t a result of perfect choices. It’s about getting comfortable with going out there and doing things IMPERFECTLY. (Click here to read more…)
Posted on January 3, 2013 by Ali Brown
How to make 2013 count…
Whether you realize it or not, the past few years have been a bit wonky for many of us. If you feel you’ve been “tested” in any way—emotionally, spiritually, financially—you’re not alone.
The reasons for this are numerous, and whether you look at the situation from a practical, economical point of view… or a spiritual, energetic point of view, CHANGE has been in the air in a powerful way.
The good news is, these tremendous shifts have pointed the way and opened the door to what will be one of the most POWERFUL years of our lifetimes. But making this YOUR year that you finally create the life you’ve always wanted is up to YOU. (Click here to read more…)
Posted on January 3, 2013 by Ali Brown
“8 Ways to Help Your Business When Sales Are Slow During the Holidays” by Ali Brown
As we get deeper into December, many business owners slow down to a crawl. But if you ask me, the holidays open up some quality time to evaluate your business and set yourself up for a successful first quarter.
Here are 8 things you can do to help your business during this slow period. Don’t worry—if you decide to do just one so you can focus on your family this year, you’ll still be one step ahead when you ring in 2013.
Evaluate your virtual team and make changes if necessary.
Are administrative tasks taking up most of your time and keeping you from working ON your business? Then hire a virtual assistant. Are you paying too much in taxes? Meet with your accountant to talk about getting more aggressive with write-offs. Remember, your virtual team can include web designers, lawyers, and PowerPoint wizards—anyone who can lighten your workload, so you can focus on big-picture strategizing. (Click here to read more…)
Posted on December 20, 2012 by Ali Brown
Can I send you a CHECK every month?
I am very grateful that most of my sales come from word of mouth—people just like YOU sharing with others how much you love my products and programs.
And I want to make sure you knew about my Affiliate Program, because it automatically keeps track of exactly whom you send my way. So I can send you thank-you checks!
But here’s the time-sensitive part… Right now is your chance to get in on my next BIG launch coming up in January 2013.
Not only will you have the chance to receive some BIG commissions from this launch, but you have the opportunity to receive recurring, passive income every month as well! (Click here to read more…)
Posted on December 18, 2012 by Ali Brown
“How to Narrow Down Your Target Market” by Ali Brown
One of the most common mistakes I see business owners make is refusing to narrow down their target market, or decide on their market. When I make the suggestion, some people get very uncomfortable. The main fear sounds something like this: “I’m not going to turn people away—EVERYONE can buy my product/use my services!”
You’re right to believe in the value of your product or service as something that will benefit many and all people. BUT, think of it this way…
Marketing is a lot like fishing. (Click here to read more…)
Posted on December 13, 2012 by Ali Brown