I’m turning 32 this week, and was thinking about all the cool things that happened in the past 12 months.
It was a pretty amazing year, especially with Eli (AKA “La Boss”):
I think all parents know that you can’t prepare yourself for parenthood; but what this little munchkin has taught me this year has been the biggest surprise.
I’m even putting dirty dishes straight in the dishwasher, and not leaving towels on the floor for the first time ever! As I realised Eli is going to learn more from my actions than my words!
… and that “show not tell” approach is something that we try and do for the Preneur Community each and every day – as everything we share comes from real work experience, running real wold businesses.
I love this because we make an effort to not be like everyone else out there. We’re in the trenches day-to-day just like you, growing and marketing our projects, and not spending all day selling “information + advice” like most “gurus”.
But even with that said, the thing I’m most proud of is the results the Preneur Community has achieved.
The replies to our emails, and the stories people share with us at varies conferences are inspiring. It’s truly amazing what ‘preneur style marketing‘ can do for business owners like us.
So it’s funny that every year, when my family asks me what I want for my birthday, I never have a good answer. The truth is, my businesses & projects provide everything I need.
But I will ask one thing from you:
All I want is, to know how has Preneur Marketing helped you?
For my 32nd birthday, will you share one specific thing that Preneur Marketing + the PreneurCast Podcast has helped you to do? Maybe the ’7 Levers’ has helped towards doubling your profits, or you’ve grown through outsourcing. Maybe you just enjoy hearing Dom and I rant on the podcast each week, or ProfitHacks helped you get way more productive. Perhaps a book we’ve recommended changed your life, or the Preneur Heirarchy gave you a framework to focus your marketing.
I would love to know, and it would make my day. Just leave a comment here on the blog.
And, as always, thanks for being part of our community.