How to bring down my Averages!

Earlier this week I wrote about the Law of Averages and Allan Pease's book, Questions Are The Answers - (which is well worth a read) and decided that my 'averages' are too high to be easily achieved - therefore, I needed to go away and think again about the best way to engage folks.

I want my average formula to look like this:

5 : 4 : 3 : 1

That would mean attracting 5 people of whom 4 would listen to/watch something I send, 3 would be interested and 1 would join.

So... how does one achieve that sort of ratio?

I think the answer lies in Social Media.

I have been creating videos for the past few weeks, which, if I'm honest, I dislike doing because of the self-criticising that goes on in my head, but nevertheless, I am doing them and my hope is, that ultimately, I will start attracting folks who might wonder how it is that I don't have to 'go to work' every day!

Already I have gained several new followers and friends on Facebook and Instagram, so perhaps things are working?

I have also created a couple of Doodly videos for me to send out to interested folks. Which means, if you're reading this and would like to know WHY I DON'T WORK every day, you might want to watch them too.

If you do, just holler and I can send them to you.

Posted by Liz Wright on 11 July 2019 | permalink | comment

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