Networking as an introvert is hard, especially when you’re used to being behind the camera. James talks to us about how he overcame this.
I really wanted to ask Helen about the inspiration for her business, the marketing tactics that work for her and when a business is based on your personal experience, how much of that experience do you share?
In this episode, I spoke to Penny of Flat White Websites.
Our conversation was about why websites remain an essential business marketing tool. She believes passionately that websites should be at the heart of your business, and they ensure you stay in control of your own content.
Comparison is the thief of joy, with Gabrielle Treanor. In this episode, we talk about comparing ourselves to others, and how to overcome it.
Every business will need to be doing some marketing activities. For most small service businesses, that will be done in-house by your team members. There are many ways to help you keep on track of delivering your marketing activities. Using marketing tools to obtain valuable data of your results allows you to understand if your efforts focus on the right place.
In this episode, Melissa and I dusted down a few introvert myths! We look at the common misconceptions that we are shy, anti-social, stuck up and hate people, and public speaking. Melissa coaches high-achieving introvert women, and she was able to unpick all of these statements.
What are your marketing fears? Your host Jenny Procter goes through her personal struggles and fears that she has in her own marketing.
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