You're a coach. A psychologist. A social worker. A professional in mental health, self-development, or personal improvement. And your biggest struggle is one of time. Your clients need more of it than you can give. What if I could show you a way to be there for them, when you can't actually be there?
The answer you seek is content. A website, a blog, or an email list. Membership on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. Accounts with LinkedIn, Medium, or Quora. Any online content your clients can access while you help others, grab some lunch, or even sleep.
In this workbook, you'll learn three different means to come up with 20 new content ideas in less than 20 minutes. I used just one method to generate over 200 ideas - more than enough to keep me in blog posts, social snippets, and email messages for the next four years.
I hope you find this download useful in generating content ideas to help your clients when you can't physically be there to help your clients.
I'm Kriss of Kriss Writes. I'm a content strategist and Wordslinger-At-Large, helping the people who help people become more efficient and effective at helping their clients.
You've only got so many hours in the day when you can be "on" for your clients. But what happens on their end when they have a question, problem, or concern?
Do they have to wait for your next appointment slot in 2 or 3 months? Hope they're high enough on your call list that you'll get to them after you inhale your meal replacement shake at lunch? Pray for someone else to not need you any more?
Content lets you be there for your clients when you can't actually be there for your clients. Imagine a client having a panic attack going to your website for coping tips. Feeling overwhelmed by the size of their to-do list. Despairing that anything will ever get better.
Now imagine you have a website, a social media account (or two!), or an email list where you provide actionable tips, tricks, and hacks to get your clients through til their next appointment. And all you had to do was spend a little time with me to make that happen.
If you're interested in learning more about content strategies and how they can help you, pencil me in for a free 30 minute consultation to learn how working with me will work for you.