Posts by Damian

Month of Entrepreneurial Implementation – Summary

Month of Entrepreneurial Implementation – Summary

Well, my Business Implementation Month has come to an end. There were good times and bad. A roller coaster ride of emotion and successes. Here’s a list of what I managed to achieve: Set up blog to document my ‘Implementation’ effort Set up a structure and plan to achieve as much as possible in a […]

Read More

Implementation Day 30 – The end .. The mother load!

Implementation Day 30 – The end .. The mother load!

Straight to it .. New Product, Market testing phase So, in my effort to get the ‘test’ up and running, here’s what I did today: Competitor research Set up new WordPress website Chose nice WordPress Theme (from Elegant Themes) Cut and pasted content for the copy of the new site Roughly formatted the copy to […]

Read More

Implementation Days 28 & 29 – Conference and Banner Retargeting

Implementation Days 28 & 29 – Conference and Banner Retargeting

Yesterday No blog yesterday as I was out all day at Nigel Botterill’s monthly conference. I was working all day though. Getting re-inspired and reassessing ‘what‘ to implement and ‘why‘. To avoid just being ‘busy with the day to day‘. I had a chat with Paul Warner of When I was a Kid after the […]

Read More

Implementation Day 27 – Copywriting

Implementation Day 27 – Copywriting

I heard a great quote from Nigel Botterill yesterday: “There are few things in life that can’t be sorted by a good sales letter” I think I’d change it to ‘business’ rather than ‘life’, but you get the idea. Today I have been writing ‘sales letter’ style copy for the website of my new YouTube […]

Read More

Implementation Day 26 – Ups and Downs

Implementation Day 26 – Ups and Downs

Interesting day today. Hard to keep focused, but kind of got somewhere. Not exactly where I was heading though. I almost started the day by ‘just clearing my desk’. This was beginning to turn into an exercise in shuffleling papers and compiling huge intimidating ‘todo lists’ from the mess. Luckily, I recognised this for the […]

Read More