The topic for this episode is about not taking things personally when someone has negative feedback because it’s not always about you specifically. This can be a tough lesson to learn, but the projects that don’t work out the way you expected them to can help you figure out the right questions to ask the next client. Understanding your client’s expectations and making sure you are both on the same page is the foundation for a successful project.
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In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about putting action into those ideas that have been sitting on the shelf. The year will be over before we know it and there may be some things you still want to accomplish for 2016. Challenge yourself to pull out some ideas, no matter how long it’s been, and get moving on them by testing things out and seeing what works. This will also create the space for some great new ideas to get excited about.
I have a quick tip this week on how to avoid being mistaken for spam when you are emailing someone that you don’t already know. If you haven’t received a response to your email, perhaps it’s because they can’t tell that you’re a real person. I’ll share my process of elimination when I receive inquiries and don’t know whether it’s spam or not. By implementing some of these important things, you might get more responses to your email inquiries.