“How to Turn Fun and Simple Conversations into Thought Leader Status”
Do you want to know the secret that EVERY thought leader and trusted authority uses to get streams of steady clients that pay top dollar?
They are out there with articles and other content like infographics, videos, and more.
So why don’t more of us do that?
Why is it that we know what we need to do? That we sit and say “I really should write that blog post” and yet never do?
We don’t do it because it’s hard.
You Give Up Becoming a Trusted Authority When You Don’t Write and Produce Content
You have the ideas in our head, you just need to get them from the isolated confines of your mind and into the hands of your prospects.
The Only Difference Between Most Thought Leaders and You is That the Thought Leaders Have Put Their Work Out in Public
But getting your unique knowledge and perspective from inside of your head and into something that can be delivered and shared takes a huge amount of work. And most entrepreneurs and experts don’t have time for it. Furthermore, most people hate and the process of struggling from thoughts and ideas to paper to shareable content.
Now Getting Your Genius Out of Your Head and Into the World is as Simple as Having a Conversation
Think about the last time you had a conversation with a friend or trusted colleague about the things you care about. There was no problem having that conversation. As a matter of fact you could probably talk forever.
And yet, sitting down in front of a blinking cursor is nothing short of frightening. Something that you can explain in 20 minutes becomes a struggled 7 hour writing project.
Furthermore, you have other important things to do that are probably more fun!
If business is good you’ve got billable work to do or orders to ship. After 8 hours of revenue generation you need to catch up on client communications and the hundreds of other details that make up your day.
With all of that behind you who has the time and energy to sit and struggle writing articles.
After all of the creation work you’ve got to get it out there. Sure you could just post it up on your blog, but it’s only useful if people know about it, so it needs to be shared and distributed.