So its been quite a while since I have written anything here. Not because I can't be bothered, or don't have anything to say, but because iv been in the same trap as most people. Too busy!
I don't think that's a bad thing and sometimes, something has to give. The small business owners I meet always put incredible amounts of pressure on themselves to do everything and feel that they are letting themselves and their businesses down if they can't. That simply isn't true. Whilst it is great to have things like a blog on your website and consistent, good quality social media; the world won't fall apart if these things do happen to slip a little, while you focus on the main elements of your business.
The work I provide for my clients helps to support them through the very busy times in their year where they don't have time to spend updating their blog and social media activity as much as they would like. Often, however, these things are important for their business and help to ensure they continue to be successful for the months ahead, so not keeping on top of it is not an option. The support I offer with blog writing and social media can be turned on and off each month, depending on the needs of my clients, which can really help them through their busy months.
Sometimes, you maybe just need to switch things off altogether, and that is where I have been with this blog. So it has had a little re-vamp. I may not post regularly or consistently, but I will post. I hope to bring you a behind the scenes look at the work I am doing with my clients, which is completely inspiring in itself (these guys are awesome and doing some amazing things!). I also want to bring you some of the fantastic places and small business that I find whilst I am out adventuring. Its always great to share good finds, especially when they are small independents doing great things. I am also hoping to have some guest writers here too, who can share with you some useful and interesting information.
So they are my plans. Do you have any new blogging plans in mind? If you would like to know where to get started and think you could benefit with a short training session with me, get in touch.