It’s a Masterclass on Mindset in Business! The guest, Elizabeth Hanes, talks about abundance, the client #fitfactor, and pirouetting vs pivoting.
When starting your business, everybody was telling you it would be a really good idea to find your niche but now you find yourselves where we suddenly were asked to pivot! It doesn’t mean that you need to throw your idea out and start over. It’s a matter of your mindset in business and tapping into new skills you never thought you had!
Today in this episode, Carol and Elizabeth will drop some excellent ideas on how to tap into your own potential, shifting into a positive mindset in business in a more clear direction, and how to produce marketing content that connects with audiences while keeping the Google bot happy!
She started her career in PR, marketing, and did a bunch of management. Then went back to school and became a nurse for several years. She realized that her favorite part of nursing is the patient teaching. And she was frustrated with the limit on how many people she can teach in a day, so she went back to writing with encouragement from her late husband.
How to Have the Right Mindset in Business
Elizabeth believed in two guiding principles in pivoting in her career and business:
- Abundance. Having the mindset in business that it is okay to charge for your writing and talent. A lot of people have a hard time believing that it’s acceptable to do.
- Generosity. In terms of helping out other writers, she freely shares leads, tips, tricks, and tools. Because she will not be better without people who were generous with her when she was just starting.
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A lot of freelancers, writers, and clinicians see themselves as an artist which is fine but you have to be a business person first. If you want to make a living off that, price your work accordingly. Always bear in mind that you deserve to be paid for your hard work and talent. There is no one way to price and there is no right rate to charge it’s all on you but you have to be fair to yourself and to your client as well.
Elizabeth is a great writer, and always, to me, seems to have all the right mindset in business figured out.
Connect with Beth:
Elizabeth Hanes RN is the nurse who knows content. As CEO of Hanes Healthcare Communications, she specializes in producing marketing content that forges an emotional connection with the target audience while also keeping the Googlebot happy.
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
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