Think BIG or Go Home Ltd
What do you want your business to become? And how are you going to make it happen?
Do you want an easier life, a richer life, a bigger business, an automated business? Do you want more staff to take on your burden, or to work peacefully, alone? Do you want to sell products, time, knowledge? Do you want to pioneer and innovate or adapt and improve?
What needs to change in your business to create the world you want to live in?
This website, this business, covers the four critical areas necessary to build the business you lie awake dreaming about.
Nineteen years building websites; eighteen years and six months of self-employment (the other six months was a Proper Job which confirmed I prefer self-employment); a decade of providing marketing and copywriting services and consultancy to business owners; two-and-a-half years (and two-hundred-thousand words) writing a daily blog advising on running a business, marketing and living a happy life..
Yours is the only marketing approach that makes me smile each time.
I understand how websites work. But I also understand how businesses work. And perhaps most importantly of all, I understand how PEOPLE work.
I know what makes them tick, what makes them leave a website, or ignore your marketing material. I know what to say to attract attention and create action.
My mailing list averaged a thousand subscribers over the two-and-a-half years, and they received an email from me every single working day.
The difference, the real difference, is that I can combine areas I understand to make a real and genuine difference to your business: programming, copywriting, design, marketing – and people.
You’ll always look-up to me. I’m 6’5”. I moved to the Worcestershire countryside, with an office in Cheltenham, in late 2017, and in Cambridge, rural Cornwall, Devon and Gloucestershire before that. Lots of stories, fun to work with and I regularly play tennis and guitar; occasionally confusing the two, with catastrophic results.
I love seeing people make their lives better, and the chance to sometimes be a part of that is always a privilege.
2018 would have been my twentieth year building websites, and I decided it was a good time to stop. I shut down my projects in the second-half of 2017 to focus entirely on the more creative aspects of running a business: the marketing, primarily, but also why and how. It’s a fun journey.
For two-and-a-half years, I wrote a daily email, finishing with nearly 200,000 words of advice which I sent out for free. It was one of the best things I’ve ever done, and the feeling I got when I received wonderful replies from my recipients was a big motivating factor in getting this website up-and-running.