Post #1: The Benefits and Joys of Doing Business

“If you do what you love, you will never work a day in your life.” (Jim Rohn)

The motto of LaunchYou is always to give something of value to potential customers and to solve a specific need or ease a pain they might have well before you set out to sell to them!

No business will make enough sales to survive the first five years if it doesn’t satisfy these precepts. If you don’t love what you are doing, don’t believe in what you are offering, or are ingenuous, people will pick it up immediately and side-step you for sure. We carry an aura or quantum energy field around us that extends in real time. Be proud of what you do and be proud of who you are, unique as you may be.

Moreover, in marketing online, there is no store to pass by, so adverts ought to always be directed at a precise customer avatar within a specific niche market to grab their attention. Otherwise, no one will care or even know that you and your products and services exist. If you name a sale, it will be a fluke or the odd straggler that matches your message, a message that matters to a very select group of people in a very crowded marketplace. Notwithstanding, the message needs to be tailored toward their stage of readiness and general awareness about their problem, pain, or specific requirement.

Lastly, as custodians of Mother Earth, it is important to look after her and therefore to be ecologically friendly in all that we do, be it business or personal—the importance of environmental awareness and sustainability when running a business. This will engender trust and respect from conscientious buyers or followers as you build your presence online. People need to know, like, and trust you before they whip out their credit card or take your advice to heart.

Jim Rohn once said, “Success is not something you chase; it’s something you attract by the person you become.”
“This means personal growth leads to success. We should not just chase goals but also improve our skills and mindset. This quote highlights the importance of self-improvement.” (Peter Boolkah)