Tag: pity train

Mindset to Play Nice

One of the biggest mistakes we make as adults is we forget the lessons we learned as a child. My parents sent me to pre-school and perhaps yours did the same, the reason for this was to teach us how to be part of a community, a collective that understands the need to play nice. […]

The Only Excuse is…

First off lets clear up a little point about last weeks post, the image I know was not brilliant but unfortunately as that post was written and posted from my cell phone, I did not have a great library of images to choose from however my lack of preparation is not a valid reason. If […]

The Child by the Sand Pit

When we were children, our parents forced us through our fear barrier on the first day of school, we would rather have remained in the safe and familiar surrounds of our home than have to go and play near the stranger by the sand pit. Fast forward several decades and the inner child still feels […]

Was I Mistaken

So congratulations for finally putting all those pity train excuses behind you and finally taking action, feels great doesn’t it. You have your product out there and now it is time to start the marketing process. Time to join the community of active marketers, there is nothing worse for a marketer than to attend an […]

I Have Nothing to Write

This is a common misconception amongst all of those who try too hard to push their creative juices into action when they would rather be chilling out in a dark, warm corner of your brain. The harder you try the harder it will become to fill that blank page So, chill out and try this […]

The Status Quo is Your Enemy

Now just to clarify I am not talking about “The Quo”, who have despite all their critics have stood the test of time and come up with many entertaining and landmark songs, nope Status Quo are not the enemy here but the Status Quo is. So what is the status quo? The status quo, the […]