Bit of a strange subject line, I’ll agree… but there really is a Leamington Penis Tree.
It’s a landmark around here: when you’re approaching Leamington Spa from the M40 and making your way into town, there it is. Standing proud.
There’s another landmark there now, too: the Sikh temple, which is a beautiful building. It shines in the sun.
But you can see the penis tree from further away.
How do you know you’re home? What are your landmarks?
Actually, here’s a better question: how do you measure your progress in your business? Do you measure it? You’d be amazed how many business owners don’t measure anything… which is nuts, because how do you know how you’re progressing?
I never used to measure anything. I used to fumble along, hoping I was doing better. I wasn’t. Now, I set my actions for the days and weeks, and I can see what I’m achieving and where I need to do better.
Then the results follow.
It’s what I’m doing for my authorlets during Write & Publish Your Book In Just 90 Days: setting tasks each week and encouraging them to complete them. I’m not fussed about the “results” of those tasks; they’ll follow on their own. It’s getting stuff done that’s key.
Want to join us? You can do so by clicking on this little link.
If you pay attention and take action, you’ll make your investment back within a couple of months.
One of my budding authors has already pre-sold a bunch of her books, which helps to cover the printing and writing investment – but even better than that, she’s won a new client for a new service she wanted to provide, which I suspect has covered the cost of the course. All because she’s taking action on the stuff I’m sharing in there.
Vicky Fraser is a copywriter, author, and entrepreneur. She really did run away with the circus… but when she’s not swinging from a trapeze, she’s showing other copywriters and small business owners how to work with better clients, make more money, and stop missing bathtimes, first words, and dinners with angry partners. In fact, she wrote the book on it. Get your copy here.