Here’s the latest for you…
I recorded and published two audio recordings yesterday.
Episode 190: Analyzing where my advisory clients come from (a general vs. niche business comparison)
Do you analyze where your clients come from? It might surprise you when you do.
In this episode, I break down where my advisory clients came from.
I also compare my where niche consulting clients (Everspaces) vs. my general consulting clients came from to see if there was a difference.
And let me tell you, it was enlightening.
Episode 191: Noticing your quiet inner voice—and what to do about it
What is your quiet inner voice telling you?
The one that whispers. You barely notice it at first. But when you do hear it, you’re inspired.
Should you explore it?
Maybe you don’t take it seriously at first. Maybe it feels like a pipe dream. It’s not always rational. Sometimes it’s idealistic. Regardless, when you pay attention to it, it feels directionally interesting.
Where does it come from?
I’ve noticed that it shows up when I take time away from my business. It shows up on vacations, bike rides, long walks, or while reading a good book. I’m not sure if it’s the truth or just a passing random idea, but it feels worth exploring.
So what do you do when that voice says something? Do you jump to action or think about it until it no longer inspires you? Is it valuable or random? That’s what I cover today.
It may just be the very thing that helps you create unique, valuable, and lasting work.
Or maybe not. Who knows.
What’s new in Mindshareland:
- We had our Mindshare Community coffee meetup—thanks to Danilo, Luke, and Sean for attending. Hit reply if you want access to the free community.
- We had a Mindtrust strategy call focused on designing and modeling our product and service ladders.
- Mindtrust members got a special Content Bonus—more of those coming.
- A few people were looking for analytics help for their clients—especially with Google Analytics 4 coming next year. If learning about analytics interests you, hit reply with the word “yes” so I can see how prevalent this need for training might be.
That’s all for now – have a great weekend.