There’s something about June … maybe that it’s the sixth month, so you have that reminder that the year is half over. Or maybe it’s the June sunshine (at least in my hemisphere) that makes you want to be ultra productive so you can sneak out for a before-dinner walk.
In any event, I’m feeling rather conquer-the-worldish at the moment, and I hope you are, too. To help with that, here are our community prompts for June.
Each month in 2017, we’re giving you a pair of prompts — one to make you more productive and one to improve your creativity or writing skills.
You can jump in anytime — and let us know about your experiences in the comments!
The June Productivity Prompt
Last week I wrote a post about the two ugly problems that plague freelancers, especially when they’re starting out: the lack of clients and the lack of good clients.
One solution to these terrible woes is to put a marketing system into place — a regular, consistent process you follow to find more of what you want.
This could apply to …
potential blog readers
potential podcast listeners
… you get the idea.
Your productivity prompt for this month is to decide on a day of the week and a time. Maybe it’s Thursdays at 10:00 a.m.
Then, every Thursday at 10:00 a.m., do one outreach task. You might use June to experiment with tasks and find one that works for you.
What’s an outreach task?