Most marketing feels terrible to everyone.
And yet so many people simply say, “Well. This is how it is. You’ve got to pay the mortgage, you know?”
Many of us feel like we have to choose between doing marketing that is pushy, manipulative and gross or do no marketing at all.
It’s a terrible place to be in.
Thankfully, you don’t have to choose.
Marketing can feel good.
Punchline: the ‘feeling good’ is a part of the effectiveness.
Stated another way: when marketing feels bad it is less effective.
In this 13-minute video above, filmed at one of my live workshops, you’ll…
- hear me unpack and explore the consequences and implications of what happens when marketing feels bad and what might happen if it felt really good in a way you may have never heard done before.
- learn a simple exercise you can do to get clear on how you want your marketing to feel (it’s a bit different for everyone)
- learn the number one factor in marketing that, even if the product and service are amazing, makes everything feel terrible.
Note: The audio for audience comments in the first couple of minutes is hard to hear without earphones but then it’s fine.
If you’d like to spend six weeks with other good people from around the world exploring how you could make your marketing feel good to yourself and the people receiving it (while still being effective), then I invite you to check out my six-week, Marketing for Hippies 101 program.
It is extremely affordable. There are no early-bird specials, just an honest, straight-forward good deal.
You can learn more to see if it’s a fit for you at the link below.