Have you heard the saying “Your actions speak louder than words”?

 

I want you to walk this through with me. What actions do you take when you are voicing your opinion. What do you do when you want to get attention?

 

I know, I know. You jump up and down or raise you hands high in the air.   Was I right?   Well if we could do that on paper and get our readers to know that, we both have it made.

 

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Blogs are a great tool in today’s world to get your ideas and information shared with others, but does it really bring out your voice? Does it show others who you really are and pull the true you out?   Maybe sometimes! But unless you are a world renown writer the full expression probably isn’t there.

 

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The biggest problem that home entrepreneurs, mainly network marketers, have when they get started is to know how to describe themselves and show the actions that they want to get across in their words.   We need to have the pull effect to really make it work.

 

Actions speak louder than words.  

 

Learning how to build your brand out of who you are, doesn’t have to be hard! You just need to get a few things in order and know what to bring out.

 

Here are some steps to get you started. I want to help get you moving in the right direction, but if you really want more, click here for the full training.

 

OK, let’s get started. How do we describe ourselves.

 

I want you to find three adjectives that you strongly believe describes you and your brand?

 

Are you Bold

Are you a Hard Worker

Are you a Challenge Taker

Are you a career mother

Are you a freedom seeker

Are you the lazy bum on the couch

 

Have them?

 

Now we are going to build on that!   How do these adjectives make you Unique?

 

Here is an example:

 

“I am a hard working career mom who likes to dive in and take on challenges. My favorite flower is a red tulip, probably because of the red color which is my favorite. I have always been attracted to puzzles, crochet, the outdoors and singing. It seems that I am a go-to person for others ask me a lot of questions, but I like to teach them so they can figure it out for themselves. Life is full of adventure and can always bring you good fortune.”

 

 

Do you kind of see where I was going with this?

 

Learning how to be unique and transparent. No, you do not need to let everyone know every detail of your being, but you need to be truthful and honest. Starting with yourself! That is the way that others will be attracted to you and what you are doing. They become intrigued and want to follow.   Get the full training here:

 

 

So, Now how do your words show your actions?

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Make a move in showing and expressing to others who you are and where you want to go. What do you want to be known for? Let’s describe the pictures of who we are and where we are going. Then as we share our words and take the action we want others to follow, the pages will come to life and the story will bring your readers into another world.

 

Speak loud and share your message,

Sandy

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4 thoughts on “Finding your words through your actions.

  1. HI Sandy! I have really enjoyed writing my “Pages From Joan” for over a year now and I look forward to learning more ways to help it grow by following you here. Hope you have a great day!

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