Today, I sent out the first official mass email marketing my new business. Well, it’s not really a new business. I’ve been working as an independent contractor for over two years, providing marketing services to health and wellness businesses. What’s new for me is that I just formed my LLC and am now offering some new products and services. It’s exciting and has been a long time coming!
If you are a yoga studio or are in the health and wellness industry, there is no better time to start your marketing plan than in October. Use these 4 questions to guide you through developing a marketing plan.
Marketing can make or break your business. It can be the wind that propels you forward towards wealth and stability or it can be a the hole that sinks your ship. As a business that provides marketing services for other businesses, there are three things I hear all the time from clients and prospective clients, all the time… In fact, every client I’ve had has said one of these three things to me…
I love to work. It’s always bee a huge part of how I define myself. My parents were self-employed and so, growing up, I always knew that I too would be a business owner one day: That I would live and work by my own set of rules.
Mondays are always hard for me. Not because I don’t want to go to work… being self-employed I’m always “at work”… but because there is always so much “work” ahead of me. I usually feel overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin. Over the years, I’ve come up with a few basic concepts that help me use Monday as a way to get ahead instead of spinning my wheels and falling behind.
I’m stoked to announce the release of my yoga marketing e-workbook! I’ve been working with yoga teachers and studios on managing their marketing campaigns for 5+ years and have combined the daily tools I use to plan and track everything into a single annual planner + workbook.