3 ways to reflect on your marketing

Last week we talked about rest. Resting is a required part of pausing and helps you to better make decisions, have increased energy, gain clarity, and have more ideas. Be sure to review that blog post to learn more about the 4 ways rest can help your business.

This week I want to take a look at REFLECTION and its impact on your marketing. REFLECTION is the second part of pausing. Take a look at the video or read the summary below to learn 3 ways to reflect on your marketing.

As we have been discussing the Collective Pause of 2020, we have been learning what to do during the season of pausing. Last week we covered rest and want to continue the conversation with the next step of reflecting.

We all have had to adjust or pivot in some way, shape, or form in the recent months in business and life. This is the perfect time to reflect on those changes and needs. I outline an activity below to help guide you through reflection.

  1. On a sheet of paper create four columns.
  2. Write an activity in the first column.
  3. Then label the remaining three columns delegate, stop, and change.
  4. Determine if the activity needs to be delegated, stopped, or changed.

As you reflect on the activities of your business you will begin to realize what needs to be delegated, stopped, or changed. Be led by your spirit as you determine the next step for the activity. Create a strategy based upon how you labeled the activity.

I have recently been reflecting on activities in my business and have been led to make some changes which I will be announcing soon. Stay tuned.

I would love to learn more about your business and how you are marketing. This allows us to brainstorm and determine if I can assist you in any way to market your business. Schedule a 20-minute chat with me at meetme.so/NadineMullings

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