If your marketing isn’t bringing you the results you want right now, be careful.

You’re going to be told that having the power to increase the numbers of friends on your Facebook page, contacts on your LinkedIn profile, or subscribers on your YouTube channel is the key to being mega-successful.

Of course I’m not saying you shouldn’t have a lot of fans. But I promise you’ll never have enough of them if you believe that’s how you’re supposed to measure success.

So forget all that, just for a moment.

There’s only one thing you need control over. If you have that, the rest will be given to you.

No kidding. Here’s how to get your message back on track.

And for videos that carry your message, there’s this.

    10 replies to "How to Get Your Message Back on Track"

    • Kay H Lowell

      Great video! I needed to see and hear this right now. I love watching your content. Thanks for doing what you do.

      • Steven Washer

        Glad you found it helpful!

    • Richard Mowrey

      Thx…I needed that message!

      • Steven Washer

        A pleasure, Richard!

    • Michelle

      Thanks for making me smile, think, and imagine how what you just said can apply to me. Doesn’t get any better than that to establish trust!

      I also think promising (oneself and others) consistency on a routine basis helps raise the know/like factors for one’s perfect audience because it would be too tiresome and stressful to be anything else but authentic.

      I just gotta figure out what would be of routine value for someone else if I don’t consider myself a teacher of anything… 😉

      • Steven Washer

        I love this:
        “… because it would be too tiresome and stressful to be anything else but authentic.”

        The videos are not about teaching unless you are a teacher. But they are a demonstration of how you help someone, the philosophy behind it and point to your own way of doing things.

        That’s enough to start. 🙂

    • Ty Hatfield

      Great Message as usual! I love your humor and how you have fun with it all. Thanks Steve!

      • Steven Washer

        de rien. 🙂

    • nancy dadami

      You are awesome Steven……I love how your present your info. Thank you for keeping me inspired.

      • Steven Washer

        Likewise, Nancy!

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