Want to grow your business, reach more people with your message, or branch out into a new segment of your market? Want to change the course of your life this year?
It’s all in how you tell your story, to yourself (your internal voice is important!) and to your customers:
- What you say
- What you share
- The words you choose
- The social sites you use to communicate
- The pictures you show
- The comments you add to discussions
- The emails you send
All those little parts contribute to the cohesive story you tell each day about yourself and your brand. Honor those “baby steps” because they get you closer to your goal.
Resolutions are fine, as long as you break them down into little manageable pieces. This philosophy works whether you are creating content for the web — one page, tweet, or post at a time — or creating a life you want to lead and reaching personal goals. They are connected.
It’s the little things that make a big impression. You don’t always have to produce perfect white papers and fancy reports, although they speak volumes to the right people when they need that information from your company.
People notice when you dribble out the essence of your brand in tiny portions, consistently and with enthusiasm and commitment.
One page at a time. That’s how you write your book this year.
Commit now to create something good; something worthy of your purpose. I’m rooting and praying for your blessing to reach the world.
You get to begin with a beautiful blank page today.
Happy New Year! May 2014 be filled with small, fulfilling moments so that your big goals spring to life. Every page matters.
By the way, that’s my daughter in the gif above. I had her flip though 365 pages of a book. (Thank you, Katie, for humoring me!)