Do you have a piece of content or a writing project that you’ve been putting off (hello, procrastination!) and you really need to get back in the swing of things?
Maybe it’s a blog post that you’re ignoring, updating (or writing) your about page (or other website content), upping your Instagram game, an email series, ecourse or podcast you want to launch, a digital product or new opt in…
If creating content feels like it’s all too hard, you don’t have enough time, and it’s taking your attention away from other areas of your biz, then it’s time for an intervention, my friend.
Sarah here. As a web designer, I know that content is what makes a website an effective, hard-working selling machine. So I asked my friend Brogan to talk about the vital importance of content creation. I know you’re going to love this guest post!
3 Step Process for Getting Your Content Done
So let’s dive straight into your 3-step process for getting your content project done and dusted (like FINALLY):
Reflect, Review, Plan
While it may seem a bit weird to start here (and not just dive right into your project) it’s really important that we start from a place of reflection, reviewing and planning. That way, we can see what’s worked well in the past, what hasn’t worked so well + put your writing project into the bigger context of your business.
Like always, we want to start from your why so that you can use it to drive you forward, gain momentum and see how your one writing project fits into the bigger picture.
Try this super simple “year in review” approach from Marie Forleo. It’s applicable at any time of year!