What is a Marketing Strategy?

Marketing Strategy…what on earth is it?


You’re a brilliant female service based business to business solopreneur. You know your business inside out and you are in the expert in your field, however when it comes to marketing your business you are feeling stuck,  a bit de-motivated and also like you’re treading water. Perhaps you’re throwing out content to your marketing channels left right and centre and hope something sticks. You are literally winging it and hoping for the best out there.

You need a supportive marketing strategy.

A Marketing Strategy is very simply the WHAT, WHO AND WHY in your business.

Think about your business and the following areas:
🌟Goals / Vision – WHY
🌟Audience – WHO
🌟Message – WHAT
🌟Product (in this case service) – WHAT
🌟Prices – WHAT

These same areas apply to your marketing because without these how are you going to market your business?

A Marketing Strategy begins with the goals. What you want to achieve in your business and why you want to achieve it.

For example, you want to invest in your business next month, it could be some branding photography, a new website or a coach and to do this you want to make £2000 in your business. This is the income goal you want to achieve.

So what are you going to sell to achieve that goal?

If you have a copywriting service that costs £500 you would need to sell four of that service to achieve your income goal. Breaking it down further you now know you need to attract four clients who need this service. This brings us onto audience.

Those clients who need this service – who are they?

This will all come back to your client and who you want to work with in your business. Your audience will have certain challenges and your service has been designed to help with those challenges.  Think back to what those challenges are – are they time poor? Perhaps they struggle capturing their brand voice for their business so they attract the right clients. Also think about where they are. If you reach your clients online think about where they are, what platforms do they use, what marketing speaks to them, where do they get their information and form relationships. By knowing and understanding all of this fully we then approach what your message is to them.

So we know your goals, we know how many you want to book to achieve it, we know your ideal client and who your audience is. Now it’s time to make sure your message is clear and speaking to them. Remember to connect with their reasons to why they would book you. Remember your marketing isn’t about you, it’s about them, it’s always about them. Keep this at the fore front when crafting your message. Neatly tied in with this is your USP (Unique Selling Point) because if you’ve got something that makes you unique then you need to shout about it and tie that in with your messaging to your client. Perhaps you’ve got over 10 years experience in copywriting working for businesses exactly like the ones you are wanting to attract and so you know corporate ideas that can be applied to smaller businesses. Make sure you know this in your strategy.

What about a marketing plan though?

A lot of people can think that this is the same thing. It isn’t at all. A Marketing Plan focuses on the HOW you are going to achieve your goals. The activities that you are going to do in your marketing. 

Why does a marketing strategy benefit you and your business?

Having a marketing strategy brings a whole host of benefits. If we can wake up in the morning knowing what we want to focus on and why we are doing it that alone gives us motivation, focus and drive. We’re no longer heading into our day with a foggy idea of what we’re doing, we’re strategic and intentional with our marketing efforts. Feeling in control and knowing that our time is being spent wisely is a big thing.


Are you wanting a helping hand with your strategy and plan?

If you’re feeling like you are in this treading water mode, that you’re feeling unmotivated and that your marketing has no focus then I want that to change for you. 

What Marketing Stats should you be checking in your business?

Time to get acquainted with your Marketing Stats.

I am still very much in reflection mode this month because as I said before I feel it’s really important to take stock if you’re then going to plan moving forward. This week I have been thinking about my marketing statistics.

When I’m planning my marketing I need to know what’s really going on, not what I think is going on and looking at my stats aids that.

You might be thinking “but stats are so boring” or “I don’t know why they’re important”.

I get you. Before I worked in Marketing if anyone mentioned numbers to me and data I would promptly turn around and leave the room. Numbers aren’t my bag at all. My brain isn’t wired that way BUT I learnt and so can you.

I think a common misconception with Stats is that they’re only for marketers and this couldn’t be more wrong because if you’re a business owner and are marketing your business, stats are really important for you.

Looking at your analytics will give you the following:
⚡️Insight into what is happening with your marketing.
⚡️Facts about how your marketing is working.
⚡️Help you define what is working and what isn’t.
⚡️Aid you in then making better and more informed marketing decisions.

Sure, we could carry on just throwing stuff out there to our clients and customers and hoping it sticks but wouldn’t it be better to be more intentional with it?

To use information you already know and power it better and be more strategic with it?

This is why using your stats matters and it matters for everyone, not just marketers.

📝 Mini Task 📝

  1. Grab a notebook.
  2. Make a list of all the places you could look at for data about your business.
  3. Highlight the ones you actually check (be honest with yourself here).

Your Website Stats


Your website is your virtual window. The place where people decide to stay or go, buy or not buy, sign up to your mailing list and more. It’s an important marketing tool, one of many, and if you’ve got a website you need to be checking your website stats.⁣

Why? ⁣

Because it’s going to stop you second guessing what’s working and actually show you what’s working. ⁣

Here’s some stats to take a look at when it comes to your website:⁣

🌟 Visits to your site – you want to know exactly how many people are, well, paying a visit.⁣

🌟 Acquisition (if using Google Analytics, it might be called Source traffic elsewhere) – this is going to show you where people are coming from. This could be organically through search engines, direct because they know your website address, social channels, through referrals (the power of link building 🙌🏻) and email marketing. ⁣

🌟 New and Returning Visitors – this is important to know especially if you are focused on customer retention. Knowing how many are brand new and how many keep visiting can help you plan your marketing campaigns. ⁣

🌟 Pages Visited – this is key for understanding how your pages are performing so you can work on ones that aren’t. Plus for blogs it helps highlight your most popular content which means repurposing and/or making more. Boom 💥 ⁣

🌟 Bounce Rate – this is important to because if you’ve got a high bounce rate something isn’t working. People are leaving and you need to look deeper into why. Could it be the messaging? The design? Where are they leaving. Take a look. ⁣

🌟 Sales – Diving into those sales analytics in relation to other parts of your site is key. Where are the sales coming from, what journey do they take to make that purchase. ⁣

Every website platform will have different ways of showing stats. For me personally the amazing free tool that is Google Analytics is my winner for really taking a deep look into my site and it’s behaviour. ⁣

What can you find out about your website this week by looking at your stats? ⁣

Your Email Marketing Stats


love me a bit of email marketing. Writing my weekly newsletter is actually one of my favourite marketing activities to do because I know that when I press send it’s going straight to the inboxes of people who want to hear from me, which let’s be honest is super lovely isn’t it? 🥰⁣

If you’re “doing” email marketing in your business then like anything it’s important to spend some time looking at your stats and these are some key ones to check in with on each campaign you send.⁣

💌 OR (open rate)⁣
Inbox pings and pop – they open your email. ⁣
This is the percentage of the total number of your subscribers that did this. ⁣

💌 CTR (click through rate)⁣
Email open and ooooh they take action. ⁣
This is how many people clicked on a link, CTA or image within your email. Now this can be a variable stat because it will depend on the content within your email each time. ⁣

💌 CR (conversion rate)⁣
They’ve gone the whole kit and kaboodle.⁣
Email marketing conversion rate is the percentage of subscribers who complete a goal action, like make a purchase, book a call. ⁣

💌 ROI (return on investment)⁣
Show me the moola. Kerching!⁣
This is where you can attribute sales and revenue to that action or purchase. ⁣

Something to note:⁣
If you’re being inconsistent with your email marketing, like sending one maybe every six months, likelihood is your stats won’t be able to give you solid answers you can take action with, if anything you might need to do a bit of re-engagement first and then step up the consistency to then give yourself a health stat pack to work with.

What action can you take right now?

Firstly, you can block some time in your diary and sit down with your stats. Use the above for email marketing and websites as a guide and start making notes of what’s been happening. From this you can start asking yourself intentional questions about where you want your marketing to take you this year. 

Got the stats but need a plan of action?

Maybe you’ve got a log of your stats, perhaps you’re pretty good at checking them regularly, but what you’re missing is “what’s next”, how do you use them to make better decisions, how to you stop feeling overwhelmed by all the marketing and get it into a plan that works? 

I can help with that. 

5 Business Blogging Benefits & how to re-purpose the best

As a business owner, most of us are well-versed in how important it is to have a regularly updated blog. However, I’m sure I am not the only one of being guilty of talking the talk rather than walking the walk! Clients take priority and blogging can quickly fall down the to-do list.

Below is a quick re-cap of how having a regularly updated blog can help you grow your business.

  1. It is a cost-effective way of getting your message across to your customers.
  2. You can use it as an opportunity to demonstrate how your business can solve pain points for your ideal client.
  3. Blogs are an opportunity to provide a fantastic behind the scenes look at how your business operates and its ethos.
  4. Blogging is a key element of Search Engine Optimisaton (SEO). By posting regularly it helps informs the search engines that you are constantly updating your website. It also enables to you to be seen as a domain authority for your subject area.
  5. By talking about key business issues in your blog post using keywords for your industry, you help your ideal customers find you when they are searching for your type of business online

Are you are struggling to get started? Perhaps you feel that you have a bit of a mental block about what to write in your blog? Follow these steps below and you will be pressing the publish button before you know it.


How to get started or climb out of the blogging desert

1 – Do your research

Read articles written by your competition or companies in a similar field that you admire. What topics are they writing about? Is there anything specific that is resonating well with your target audience? Read blogs on similar topics and do your key-word research on google and Buzzsumo to see what typical questions might come up.

With so many businesses going digital and the constant stream of new content, you want to make your post stand out from the crowd. Effective keyword research can help both your customers and search engines find you.
As part of your business blog planning process, be sure to understand how your customers may be searching for the information you are about to provide. If you have the best answer to the question, make sure your audience can find it!
Once you have soaked up all the information you can, then map out an overview and some headings and leave it, you will be better off starting to write fresh another day.


2 – Get Writing

On the day you plan to write your blog, turn of all distractions and get focused. Everyone works in different ways but for me personally I would rather write my content in chunks and then go back and edit it at a later date. That way I can follow the flow of the writing and usually maintain the same tone.
Another great tip I received when I started out was once the first draft was done, to read it out loud. It helps point out sentences that perhaps don’t make sense and also those paragraphs that seem to go on for ever without getting to a point. The ideal sentence length is around 16 words, there is no need to stick to this religiously but it’s a good rule of thumb.


3 – Shout about it

Once you have written your blog, optimised it for the web and posted it on your site, don’t forget to share it! It’s really key to let your audience know it’s there – maybe share it initially as a new post alert, then pick out some key themes to highlight.


Blog well-received? Now for some re-purposing

If the blog performs well, there are many benefits if you choose to re-purpose it. You have invested time creating some good quality content, so do keep referring to it and get it to a wider audience and build your domain authority.

This could simply be in social media posts, on Medium or even as a LinkedIn article.

With the growth of video marketing I always recommend that my clients create some video content around their blog posts. Everyone takes on information in different ways so by creating a video version to share with your audience, you can bring the material to life. It’s up to you how you choose to do this, whether that be through IG stories and TV or through a LinkedIn video. Where possible it is also recommended to caption the script for those watching with no sound.

LinkedIn also suggest is turning a strong performing post into a slide show or webinar, again using the content that you have already researched and prepared to provide the detail and enabling you to share it in other locations.

Feeling particularly proud of your content? Does it really answer a burning question for your clients or prospects? Then you could also look further afield and look for guest blog opportunities or offer to be a guest on a podcast to talk about the issue you want to discuss.

I hope that this article has helped provide some guidance on the benefits of business blogging and some tips on how to get started or increase the quantity of your posts. Let me know how you get on and I’d love for you to try to re-purpose your content at least once to see how it impacts your business.


About Kandu Marketing

My name is Ruth, I am a Freelance Marketing Consultant operating as Kandu Marketing. I provide jargon-free content marketing support. This usually starts with strategy or copy-writing and also covers a range of other marketing activities. www.kandumarketing.co.uk

6 ways to be visible in your business

Visibility doesn’t have to just be “showing your face on Stories”

Because let’s face it, video might not be our thing right now and we’re working our way up to it, but outside of showing yourself on Social Media there are loads of ways that you, yes you, can be visible in your business.

Back in March I took members of my FREE Facebook Group, Digital Dreams Playground , through a visibility challenge for this very reason, as quite often, small business owners can see something like Stories or showing themselves in their feeds as the only way to be visible and I wanted to break the taboo of that and showcase the many ways that you can show yourself in your business. I’d thought I’d share 6 of those ways with you in this blog post.


Try it, find what works for you

Marketing is very much about trying things out and seeing what works. There is no golden rule for everyone, there are just ideas, methods, plans that you can try and see if they work. Every business is different and every business owner is different – so have a look at the list below, give something a try and see what works for you.


1. About Me Page

This page on your website is a golden opportunity to showcase who you are, the face behind the business. As a small business owner you have the perfect advantage over larger companies in that you can show who you are in a very personable and relatable way. This is great for your audience to get to know you, why you started the business and most importantly how you are going to help them.

Think about the language you use
If you’re talking about yourself and use “I” don’t forget to say who you actually are, maybe sign off with your name at the end. Also if you are a company of one, like me, I use “I”. There is no point using “we” when I’m not a “we”.

Have some imagery on the page
More and more consumers are wanting to see the face behind the brand, especially when it comes to small business owners because we put in time for that 1:1 interaction that larger companies just can’t do, this is our edge, so when you’re talking about who you are don’t forget to show who you are as well.

Your values
We are so passionate about what we do as small business owners don’t forget to share things like your values and why you do what you do.


2. How are you showing up in Google?

This is something to think about because when people are hitting a search engine, which they are every single second, you want to make sure you are visible for what you want to be found for.

Hit Google and take at look at what you see
Start with your business name, are you coming up at all? If so what is Google showing to you, the user?

Spend some time on your page titles & descriptions
When Google crawls your website it is searching for information to index and then bring back to the user when they are searching for relevant content. Google is on your side and wants to give the user the best experience. Help Google do that by making sure your page titles and meta descriptions are the right length, reflect what content is on the page you’re describing and entice the user to click.

Do some keyword research
Think about what you want to be found for and spend some time doing keyword research. Then re-look back at your copy and see how you use these keywords in your website. Are you using them? Remember always write your copy with your audience in mind, not you, and don’t try and stuff keywords in where they don’t flow or fit. Google won’t like it and it won’t be a great user experience either.


3. Connecting with customers in their inbox

I know you might see Email Marketing as another thing to do that you don’t have time for you, but building and nurturing a mailing list can be a really valuable resource and perfect way for you to be visible to your audience. Better yet, a warm audience because they want to hear from you, they’ve given you their email address – ta-dah.

Make it easy for them
If you’re wanting people to receive offers, information and most importantly value from you in their inboxes, make it easy for them to sign up. Don’t hide your newsletter away at the bottom of your website. I know a lot of template bases sites only give you this option but have a think about creating a page dedicated to your newsletter that you can not only showcase further up in your website as a promotion but also it gives you a link to share on Social Media when promoting your list. Far easier than saying “Sign Up to our mailing list via the bottom of our website”.

Think value
You want to give value to your audience above all. Showing up and being visible in this way you are establishing your business on so many levels no matter what sector or industry you’re in. What can you give to your audience that serves them.


4. Think beyond just posting

We all know what a valuable tool Social Media is within the marketing mix but just sharing content isn’t the only way to increase your visibility. There’s more to it than that and actually by spending some times interacting you can often achieve far more visibility than just posting.

It’s about relationships
You can increase your visibility by building relationships and to be honest this is what marketing is all about anyway. By connecting with potential clients, customers, engaging on content and joining conversations you start being visible.

Increasing your reach
There are so many tips and tricks for Social Media so make sure you are using them where relevant. Spending some time doing hashtag research finding niche hashtags that work for your business and content, avoid over popular and saturated ones. You can use up to 30 to help increase your reach and you can use them on Stories too – there’s a clever way to hide them by clicking the text colour picker and choosing one of the colours in your image and magic – they disappear but they’re still there to show up in searches.


5. Collaborations

This is actually one of the easiest ways a small business owner can be visible. If you’re part of any Facebook Groups or know fellow small biz brands or businesses you can partner up and collaborate on content.

Guest blogs
This is a super nice and easy way to showcase yourself and your business to a new audience. If you’ve got people you know ask them if they are looking for any guest bloggers, you might even be able to do a guest blog in return for each other whether it’s an interview style or giving tips.

These are fab to take part in because partnering up with fellow businesses can really help increase your visibility, again to fresh eyes, and these work particularly well if you are taking part with businesses that compliment yours.


6. Going offline

Being visible hasn’t always got to be able being digital, just like marketing in general and often any business owner will say that there is nothing quite like speaking to people face to face. Even in the online world we live in the human connection of actually talking to someone, or feeling a product with our hands is still priceless.

Check out local “networking” events
I know the word itself can sound a bit stuffy, almost corporate hence my “”, but call them whatever you like. See what local meet ups there are for business owners, or even for parents and go along. Meet new people, new faces and have conversations.

Think national too
Depending on your business national events are great to, particularly trade shows if you’re product based or conferences if you’re a service. You don’t always have to be an exhibitor at these things, you could go along in attendance, do some research, listen to talks and trust me you’re bound to have a little chat here and there with people.


So there we are – 6 ways that you can be visible in your business. Visibility can be so much more than you first thought and there are loads of ways to achieve visibility in your business in a way that feels right and works for you.



I’d love to know if you found the above tips useful or if you’re going to try any. Pop me a message over at hello@digitalbonbons.com and let me know.

Ways to think about your business vision

What do you really want?


I’ve asked myself this question many times. When I first decided to launch a business and work for myself I thought about what I actually wanted. At that time is was to create something that could help people and ultimately lead to me saying goodbye to the 9-5 corporate life. As my business then started and grew I think about this in a slightly different way because now I have that flexibility and freedom to have the career I want on my terms, I now think about what I really really want from my business.

When you’re first launching especially when it’s on top of another job the first vision can be about the business doing “well enough” for you to do it full time. That’s the first goal isn’t it – to do what we love all the time. But it really does help to think about it on a more longer scale too and here’s some tips on how to do that.


Ways to think about your business vision


1) Mixing Business and Pleasure

I definitely feel the two worlds support each other because what I want to achieve in my business is very much linked to what I want for us as a family and the goals we have.

Start by listing down all the things you want for yourself and your family, it can be small or big things. You might like to be able to go to a class once a week or eve hire a cleaner (oh my a cleaner, that’s on my list). Perhaps you want to know for sure that every year you will have a holiday abroad together – it can be whatever you want. One of mine is that we finally decorate the downstairs bathroom.

Once you have your list then start thinking about how your business could get you there. How the business could support you in achieving what you want for you and your family. Can you work out how much the business would need to make for you to say “Yes – come and clean my house once a week”. Or think about what products or services you might need or even thinking about your current prices etc.

2) What does growth mean to you?

I think we can so easily feel that our business vision have to be big, contain loads of big milestones or goals when actually it really depends on what big or growth means to us as individuals. For example, I don’t want to grow into an agency. I don’t want to have employees. I want to stay small, I like being me, myself and I. Now that doesn’t mean I won’t outsource some work to a VA perhaps but in terms of company growth I’m okay with where I’m at.

I’m currently reading a brilliant book at the moment called “Company of One” by Paul Jarvis and I will be writing a book review post once I’ve finished, but this book focuses on exactly this and what it means to grow and how staying small might be the better thing.

Paul touches on numerous points throughout the book about instead of thinking big maybe we should think better instead and I personally love this. I don’t want to be huge, I want to work with soul-aligned clients on the schedule that works for me, the schedule that enables me to do all the other things I love to do to like be with my daughter from 3pm onwards and take trips to the park. Be available for school holidays etc – this is my growth. Plus I just want to be really good at what I do so staying small also enables me to have time and freedom to improve my learning and develop personally.

Have a think about what growth means to you and for your business as this can really help define your vision.

3) Get visual

Now for a vision I like to get visual. I’m naturally a visual thinker so images make sense to me and to be honest it’s why I love platforms like Pinterest and Instagram so much because they’re visual. I’m also a creative so design and how colours and graphics work together completely light me up.

When I’m thinking about the vision for my personal and business life I hit something like Pinterest and create a Vision Board. You might have heard this term spoken about quite a bit or it might be a brand new concept for you. If you’re new to it have a read of “How to create a vision board” blog post to help you get started.

Using all the things I have mentioned about start collating together images, you don’t even have to do this online, you could get a pin board (done this), a scrapbook (done this before too) and get fun and arty with some glue and scissors – be a kid again for a few hours and have fun.

Not only is this really good for the mind and soul but it’s a great way to see that your vision in a very real sense. Plus if you start visualising it from the start who knows what might happen right?

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How to create a Vision Board

Vision Boards that work for you and your business


The power of vision ay? It’s exciting.


Funny enough I thought that I hadn’t really done any vision boarding before starting my business but actually I had. Cleaning out some boxes from my Nan’s loft the other weekend I had found a notebook with some pages covered in cut outs about what I wanted my life to be – this was back in 2007. What was even stranger is that some of the things I had collated together had come true – weird. It was only looking back that I realised and at the same time this was incredibly exciting.

When I first launched my business I hadn’t done a vision board. I was brand new to all of this and it was only when entering my first year of being full time on my business that I started to hear more and more people talking about Vision Boards and why they help. I was intrigued because I am a visual thinker so anything involving being creative I am there with bells on, pass me the scissors and magazines.

Spending time thinking about what I wanted for my life and my business was really helpful. It helped me get clear and also think about what I really wanted from it all. So if you’re new to Vision Boards here is how to can get started in creating your own.


1) Block some time out to think about what you really want.

That’s right, you are going to need to have some special time just for you to think about this stuff and really think about what you want for you, your family and your business. Make sure you have a nice quiet and clear space too, don’t surround yourself with all the things you get distracted by, you want this time.

Have a think about:
What you want for you – i.e. self care days, spa weekends, personal development, better lunches, fitness.
What you want for your family – i.e. holidays, debts paid off, on-going financial security, more days out, flexibility.
What you want for your business – i.e. consistent income, take a course to expand your learning, hire a VA, hire employees.
Think about how you want to feel in all of this as well. Because that is so powerful.

There are no right or wrong answers and go with your instincts, go with what feels right to you, not what you think you should put down.


2) Pick a canvas that works for you

It’s your vision board so think about what feels right for you.

Do you love all things digital? In that case something like Pinterest would be perfect, if you want to have it physically up in your work space maybe grab a big piece of paper and some magazines and get cutting and sticking.
You could use a Pin Board and have it up on the wall. The choices are endless and they’re all filled with fun.


3) Creating a Pinterest Vision Board

Just diving into Pinterest here and how to get started with a board on Pinterest.

Create a new board and make it secret
Give it an inspiring and powerful name that’s going to fill you with excitement
Now start exploring Pinterest and start pinning.
You can, if you wanted a little more organisation, create sections in your board i.e. Home, Family, Me, Business etc but it’s really up to you.

When you are searching through pins go with what your drawn to. If you want to be “debt free”, you search for this and an amazing pin pops up of a lady jumping in the air in front of a confetti canon and you want that to be you – PIN IT.

If you search for “beautiful houses in Greece” because that’s where you want to go on holiday and you see one that feels right PIN IT.

Play with words too – try searching for words that represent how you want your year to feel and PIN THEM.

No second guessing, go with where your fingers and mind takes you.


4) Magazines Cutting and Sticking

I do love a good old collage and this is what this reminds me off and I love things like this because I want to enjoy some time away from the screen every now and again.

What’s great here is that you can use old magazines, things you see in leaflets or even combine Pinterest and this above and print some things out and stick on. Basically wherever you see inspiration for your vision go for it.

Just remember to check in with what you want.


5) Feel excited

Once you have your vision board you want to spend some time with it. Bask in all its amazingness and really feel excited about it.

Ask yourself when its done – “Do I feel excited about this?”

Because the answer at this point should be yes, if it isn’t then let’s look at why you’re not. Is that because you feel your vision isn’t achievable? Do you feel you’ve gone “too big”. We can be filled with so many stories which frame how we look and approach things, so much past baggage that we carry around but this is your vision. If you want it it is totally achievable for you and if you feel you’ve gone too big that could be because the unknown scares us a little, but remember we need fear to keep us moving forward, we can’t stay stuck and this is where a plan comes in handy.


6) “A vision without action is just a dream”

I love dreaming. I’m always dreaming about stuff. To this day I still have the dream of basically being Cameron Diaz in The Holiday and living in LA making trailers for films – that is one of my many dreams. But I also know that I am never going to achieve that if I don’t have a plan to back it up. I may want that so bad but what am I doing to actually make it a reality and get me there?

Now you’ve got your vision board you want to start thinking about your plan. How are you going to get this vision? What action steps, no matter how small, do you need to take to see this vision become your reality?

Look at each thing you have put down and individually write some action points to get you there. Some might be quick wins, this always surprises me how we can think something is so far away and actually by a tiny little step being done its achieved – woop woop! Some might be longer actions and actually take a bit more time and that’s okay – this is your vision remember and you’re in control. When you have your actions go forth and make them happen.

Don’t forget to always check in with your Vision Board. Have it somewhere that you can see regularly to make sure everything you want to do is on track. It’s a great way to help you stay focused and keep momentum moving in your personal life and your business. Plus, always remember this is yours, for you.

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