What You Need To Finish Your Marketing Plan
It’s sometimes a challenge. Anyone who has started a company (or worked for one) and actually cares knows the sometimes grueling process of taking something creative and making it into a comprehensible business format. It’s like catching flies. There are so many and they buzz everywhere. Your job is to catch them like Mr Miyagi. Your keyboard is the chopstick. All hail the Red Bull, 5-Hour Energy & Protein Shake Cocktail. Play the ambient mix on Spotify and bring on the challenge.
What You Will Need:
1. One Five Hour Energy, Two Red Bulls & A Protein Shake
If you want to feel the boom like a presenter at a network marketing event then chug down and buckle in. Sometimes you are making this happen the night before (after working on it diligently all week of course) and crunch time is here. Luckily college trained you for this and you’re no pansy. Caffeine is your sword to conquer the mighty forces of destruction, client satisfaction and seemingly impossible deadlines.
Warning: You might die by drinking all these at once.
2. A Good Spotify Playlist
Don’t Worry About Changing The Song. It Distracts You From Whats Important. If You Don’t Have Spotify, Use Mine. Tried & True. Also Majestic Mixes on YouTube is great as well.
This is just my opinion. Electronic and Folk seem to do the trick. Whatever floats your boat.
3. Scratch Paper
Einstein, Hemingway, Curie, Newton…Don Draper. All intellectuals of stature use scratch paper. It may seem primitive, but it works. Take your hipster ass off the screen and onto paper. Sometimes it flows easier.
Hint: If it doesn’t write initially write on the paper push down on the back end of the utensil. You should hear a *CLICK* at which point an ink tip will pop out. This is called a pen. You will be fine.
Que the Space Odyssey 2001 theme song.
4. Facebook Turned Off
Be Real With Yourself. You Want Just A Little Hit…Just One…It’ll Only Take 5 Minutes…
This includes any other distracting Social Media that isn’t business related. Don’t dick around. Get in the zone and stay there. The internet has too many entertaining Vine, Instagram & YouTube videos to be trusted. Despite what you have told yourself while texting, driving, drinking your coffee and watching a YouTube video simultaneously. The human brain is much better when mono-tasking. Don’t do it. I believe in you.
Walk through the steps in your head. Keep it simple. The summary and slogan dictate the brand…stay on track. Make sure everything is in key with that. Remember your training. Dive in and let the part of marketing that is work flow from you.