Whoa, can you believe it’s April already? I can’t. The first quarter has flown by.
I’ve been up to my usual things – teaching at university and my running various writing workshops around Melbourne, consulting on copywriting and branding projects for my corporate clients and helping my small business clients get confidence and clarity around their business and marketing.
On top of this, I’ve also ramped up my own content marketing, tried paid advertising for the first time (print and social) and I’m back on Instagram after a 4-year hiatus. I’ve been doing all the things and it’s paid off. In February, I had to start a waiting list for the first time! But you know me; I never do anything in my business without careful planning and consideration.
Late last year I got clear on my purpose, why I want to run my business and whom I want to help. And I’ve spent the last few months proving to myself that my strategies, advice and mindset do get results. So if you’ve missed everything I’ve been sharing lately on how to be seen and heard in a way that feels right to you, you can get the goods via the links below.
Get your hands on my eBook that contains all my go-to copywriting words, my headline and call to action formulas, steps for writing great copy and more.
Want to know the four biggest marketing mistakes we all make and how to fix them?
You don’t need to have a million followers, thousands of likes and hundreds of RTs to be successful in business. In fact, I’ve found the opposite to be true.
I used to listen to other people’s fears, and I would let it hold me back. But now I surround myself with people that will encourage me to choose uncertainty, try something new, and become a better version of myself.
Why you can’t let your past define you.
Want to know the business mistakes I’ve made and what I’ve learnt from them?
You are enough and you’re doing enough. It might also help to make a ‘quit’ list and action it.
It’s the era of #girlbosses: so why are women still not paying each other?
The start of last year was really tough. I was burnt out and so exhausted I couldn’t get out of bed. I decided to take a writing course as a part of my recovery and one of the activities was to write about a person you admire and love deeply. It’s not your typical love story. It’s an everyday moment that captures how hard it is to see a loved one struggle.
Want to say hello? Keen to book a package? Have a media enquiry? Either way, I’d love to hear from you!