As an entrepreneur, the struggle to stay organized and manage your time well is very real. If your file-naming habits are a complete disaster and you haven’t updated your tasks in months, you may be the only one who knows it.
Over the last 10 years, I made a very unexpected transformation. I used to hate everything about sales, but now I love it and love talking about it. Then I discovered the truth about sales, and it radically shifted my understanding of myself, what I do, and how to talk to people about what I do.
I’ve spent the last seven years learning how to undo perfectionism. So I decided to change. (I can neither confirm nor deny if I’m doing a good job.) Unfortunately, this anti-perfectionist journey didn’t turn out the way I wanted.
I’m writing this article for you if you’re looking to get serious about your email marketing. This is also for you if you want to grow your business in the future. Even if you’re not deep into email marketing now, you may want to know the differences between these platforms.
If you struggle to clearly set and achieve your goals — whether personally or professionally — you’re not alone. You’re human.
When I started my graphic design business, the number of unknown factors that could affect my success was overwhelming.
Not only has my creativity enhanced my sales, but becoming an effective salesperson has made me a better creative.