The answer is YES!
And I tell you why in my new video.
But here’s the deal:
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—Chris Brogan, NYT Best-Selling Author of Trust Agents
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Yes, I wear makeup in my videos.
There. I said it.
To get that makeup on my face I hire a makeup artist.
If you’re unfamiliar with how that industry works, long story short, makeup artists are freelancers.
And the same things that make a makeup artist successful are the same things that make ALL types of freelancers, coaches, and consultants successful.
That’s why, in my video today, I talk about two makeup artists I’ve hired. They both did their job well…
…but I hire and recommend one over the other.
Because watch this video.
You’re one connection away from tripling your business. One connection from finding your soul mate. One connection from getting a new job. Just one…
Now, sometimes you MEET that one connection. You know it’s right for you. And you know it’s right for them. But for some reason, you NEVER followup.
Networking can feel forced. Unnatural. Slimy, even.
So when I met people at events, and thought, “amazing. I better followup.” I didn’t.
Or other times I’ve traded emails with people and thought “Yea, I’ll followup. This could be good!” And I didn’t do that either.
My negative thoughts prevented me from finding that one connection that I needed to take what I’m doing to the next level.
Have you made the same mistake?
If yes, you’ll love this new video. I created a simple framework I call “The Followup Framework.” It’s a system that you can start using to ensure you followup with people. It’s easy and it takes the sleaze out of networking.
Whether you’re looking to do something you love, trying to build a business, or just sharing your message (and expertise) with the world, it’s no secret that I believe you NEED a blog…
…And you should begin building it (or growing it) TODAY.
I’ll share why in a second. First:
The other day I received an email that was a little disconcerting. They wrote:
"I just subscribed to your blog. I have a blog, and I want a $1 million content business by the end of the year. I’m at $0 currently with 60 subscribers."
What’s wrong with this picture?