It’s a common belief that attracting paying clients consistently online means marketing has to be a hard slog.
It doesn’t help that there is SO MUCH NOISE out there from experts teaching what you should be doing online, and where you need to do it.
Have you ever heard a speaker raving about the results they’re getting from their preferred method or platform and decided you need to implement this hot new thing?
…Sending an email or posting every day – or 2, 3, 4x a day!
… Doing more livestreams when you rarely even take selfies!
… Starting a free, always open Facebook group!
It’s ok for a while but after a couple of weeks, you can’t sustain the energy to make the effort anymore.
The new habit falls by the wayside, leaving you feeling more confused than ever.
The reason why I am going to incorporate an even deeper level of Human Design into how I help you get better results from your marketing and copywriting.
—is NOT to give you a prescription for what you should and should not do.
When you have decoded your design, you can confidently give yourself permission to ignore what will be hard slog for you and opt for what will be you LAZY ease-y way of marketing and copywriting.
For example, if you are a Generator or Manifesting Generator, webinars are NOT aligned with your design!
That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do webinars ever, but the typical way they are done feels dry and draining for you.
There’s a lazier way that makes your message soooo much more magnetic.
If you’ve already bought my Human Design Toolkit for Generators, Manifesting Generators and Projectors then you have started your journey to reaching success with ease.
But there’s a LOT more ‘under the hood’ that I haven’t shared yet!
Coded into your HD charts is your bespoke roadmap that highlights where to focus your attention, based on what will be the most ease-y, fun – and ‘lucky’ for you.
And by ‘lucky’, I mean, when you’re excitedly sharing your latest amazing outcome, your celebration is preceded by the words, “yet all I did was…
”Which translates to a) you embodied your design, and b) you communicated your magnetic message with compelling and persuasive words.