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Marketing Success in 30 Minutes a Day
By: Samantha Hartley
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  • Marketing Success in 30 Minutes a Day
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    Marketing Success in 30 Minutes a Day - Can you write...

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    Can you write a marketing plan in 30 minutes a day?

    Sure, you could, but that's not really the purpose of this time. I'd recommend doing planning at another time dedicated just to that, and then executing and refining it during your daily marketing exercise.

    Honor your commitment

    Once you've scheduled these times on your calendar, honor your commitment. Treat these appointments as respectfully as you would one with your most important client. That means you're never late or a no-show, and, if you absolutely MUST do something else at that time, you reschedule the appointment by immediately writing a substitute down somewhere else on your calendar.

    Remember that others will notice how you treat your commitments to yourself and to your business, among them your clients, employees and vendors. You also send a signal to your Self (your spirit or soul, however you want to call it) and the Universe. It doesn't feel good to be last on your own list, and somewhere in the mechanism the message "my business isn't worth as much to me as the business of others" gets filed away.

    Honor yourself by keeping promises and nurturing your own business.

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