Are you ready to audit your list and find out what’s working, what isn’t, and where there’s room for improvement?
In the last blog post, we looked at the messages in the auto-responder sequence to make sure they are serving our audience. Today we’re going to go through that list again, but this time we’re making sure they also serve us and help us make money
We touched a little at the end of yesterday’s blog post on the whole idea of moving forward and continuing to improve our email marketing game. Trust me, there’s always room for improvement, for anyone, including me. While an audit like this is a great way to update and improve things, it’s just as important to keep an eye on things and tweak them more regularly going forward.
Most of our lives are filled with so much to do — family, work, home, and “me time.”
Adopting time management and productivity systems is a good way to boost your productivity and get more done during the day. If you’re struggling to meet your goals or cross items off your to-do list, experimenting with time management systems can be a big help.
Do you ever get to the end of the day or the end of the week and wonder how you managed to get so little done? You’re not alone. And while you shouldn’t be too hard on yourself for your time management shortcomings, I hear and see you struggling every day.