Working TWENTY HOURS a day?!

^^Seeing stuff like this being worn as a badge of
honour always baffles me a little bit.

You’ve no doubt seen this kind of nonsense kicking
around in Facebook groups, with a ton of people
shouting about how if you sleep more than a few
hours a night then you just DON’T WANT IT BADLY
ENOUGH!

It’s a bit boring to be honest, and also just completely
unnecessary and ridiculous.

If I were operating on less than 7 hours of sleep each
night for a sustained period of time, then I’d be
absolutely no good to anyone at all.

But sometimes…

Dare I say it…

They kind of maybe have a point.

​​​​​​​If you’re not making the money you want to be — and
you’re serious about the outcomes that you desire —
then you probably don’t need any more ‘self-care’.

More often than not, your problems could be on the
right track to being fixed by just working a little bit
harder.

​​​​​​​If you’re not earning the income you want to, then
can you honestly say that you’ve been visible in front
of your audience, sharing your message, extremely
consistently, for at least the past 3 months?

​​​​​​​If not, then there’s your answer.

It’s just common sense.

People can’t buy from you if they’re not seeing
your messages.

It’s not just a case of ‘build it and they will come’.

What it really comes down to is what you actually
want…

If you’re happy making maybe £1k-£2k a month in
your business, and you’re happy with the balance
that you have in your life, then being full-throttle 100%
of the time probably isn’t strictly necessary, as
long as you’ve got some reasonably strong skills
when it comes to attracting and nurturing and
closing the leads you need.

(And you know what? Sometimes it’s easy to forget
that £1k-£2k a month, if we’re being objective, isn’t
really the absolute pittance that a ton of coaches
will tell you that it is. In my ‘good corporate job’, I
never took home more than £2k a month… It’s easy
to let this whole online business thing massively warp
your sense of perspective).

But if you have bigger goals than that?

Then honestly, do you just need to work a bit harder?

And by ‘harder’, what I really mean is ‘focusing on
the stuff that works’.

Like sharpening your content creation skills.

Like mastering the art of conversions.

Like showing up daily, whether you feel like it or
not.

And the beauty of getting better at this things?

You can then get results in a shorter period of time.

So this stuff is the best investment of your time
that you could EVER make.
Ruth

Ruth

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