Have you been having this idea to start a small business, and pushed it away? Today, March 7th is the perfect day to reconsider. The reason is that today we celebrate “National Be Heard Day”, a special holiday all about supporting small businesses and giving them a voice. Today is the day to make your voice heard, stand up, and tell the story of your business. And most importantly, share your business idea with the world.
Where do business ideas come from?
When it comes to businesses, the idea behind the business is the most important. And then, it all comes down to putting the business ideas into practice. Did you know that every idea that you ever had is channeled information from your higher self? While we may think that ideas are the result of a thought process, this is not true.
This is why ideas are so valuable and enriching. You must know what your clients are looking for, what you are offering, and the solutions to help with their problems
How to celebrate National Be Heard Day?
Create your business ideas marketing action plan. Get exposure by telling your story on your website, share it on social media, write and post a blog, publish a regular e-newsletter, and know the power of word-of-mouth marketing. People love stories and we’re all natural-born storytellers. Each and every one of us has a beautiful life story that everyone can learn from. We love stories because they’re enriching and help us better understand others. When we tell our business story to our clients, they get to know and understand us better. Show you understand your clients as this increases their loyalty towards us.
We like and feel comfortable with the things that we know we’re used to, and sometimes we are uncomfortable or scared of the new, of the things we don’t know. Be positive, even better let your business ideas be both encouraging and super-positive.
Today is your day to celebrate your business ideas and your small company the best way you can. Make the most of this day by sharing your story with people with sincerity, openness and the best of intentions.