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How to Put Yourself Out There (with content)

You know how important content is for your business, and if you’ve been listening along to the last two episodes you hopefully have a plan of action–or at least a start of one. But now you have to hit “publish.” Or maybe you need the motivation to actually start creating the content.

Often it’s mindset that holds us back from moving forward. We’re afraid of what people will think, we’re afraid that we’re not enough of an expert or we just think that no one will care what we have to say.

On this week’s episode of the Stories in Small Business podcast, I’m sharing how to get past the mindset that what we have to say isn’t worth the content we want to create. And I’m also giving you some actionable steps you can take to start putting yourself out there.

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