I hate to say "we all do this" because I don't like painting everyone with the same brush but the longer I work in my biz the more and more I see this story playing out. I am a super content lady with oodles of self-esteem. No one would ever accuse me of being under-confident. So how come I still have the "waiting for perfection" bug? If I believe in myself as much as I think I really and truly do why does this bug keep showing up? I believe that what I offer is fricking gold and I know my clients move mountains as a result of working with me but still this "waiting for perfection" bug has infected me and antibiotics simply don't do the trick!
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Ooh I love a Tuesday. In my world that means it's my day off and I get to enjoy the whole day from start to finish with my little girl poppy. It also means no school run as my husband takes Sam to school and he gets the bus home.
I thought it was a good idea to write a little blog covering the differences between the Features and Benefits of your service offering or product. Here are some great examples to help you differentiate between the two so you can write great copy!
So I wanted to share it with you!
Goodness me this was my favourite book when I was a little pesky girl. It was a pearl of wonder amongst all the girly princess pink frothiness that girls were supposed to like. You see I never was one of those girls.
1. Clutter-free Emails
2. Bin all your receipts
3. Online Accounting
4. No More Filing
5. Be Cable Tidy
I'm going to talk you through setting up a facebook pixel to gather audience data in your Facebook Ad Account to use when you're advertising your super biz. This is called "retargeting" and it's going to change your biz in five minutes!
1. Understanding your Target Audience
2. Knowing their Specific Need and Pain Point
3. Features with Benefits
4. Guarantee and Scarcity
5. Social Proof and Credibility
Working on your goals is one thing but if you're really going to make your goals work for you you need to get them in your day-to-day diary and acknowledge how each goal impacts the other areas of your life.