Cher on creativity and the power of authenticity >> HERE

How to take a great idea from inspiration to completion >> HERE

Bite-sized advice for coming up with content >> HERE

10 daily habits to create more powerful content >> HERE

Make lasting change by turning off autopilot >> HERE

Create for yourself, not for anyone else >>

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Why every artist should be a great storyteller >> HERE

The art of thinking big >> HERE

Tactics and ideas for your summer slump >> HERE

7 powerful ways to get more done >> HERE

Having trouble focusing on what’s important? Here’s what you need to do! >> HERE

Being different is good >>

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Content Conquered is a series of mini-posts designed to ignite content ideas and inspire you to get creative online.

We all love Pinterest, it’s brilliant. It’s where we find our face painting ideas, our cake recipes, our latest crafty projects… But it’s also a really effective tool for doing content research, whether you’re a blogger, podcaster or hardcore scoper.

When I’m looking for new ideas, I start up by creating a secret board.

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Career-propelling money advice for creatives >> HERE

Never write a proposal again: 7 reasons having a signature method will attract more clients >> HERE

How to become an authority in the digital age >> HERE

How to promote your blog: the ultimate guide >> HERE

Ever feel too ugly to make videos? >> HERE

13 effortless productivity tips to keep you sane (and profitable) >>

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The best research tools for finding kick-ass content >> HERE

What to do when your friends and family don’t “get” your blog or business >> HERE

Can only certain blog niches create successful online courses? >> HERE

13 amazing female podcasters to follow >> HERE

10 exercises for when you want to get more focused with your content creation process >>

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June is always a busy month for me.

In previous years it was exam season, and pre-summer deadline days.

Now, I’m not quite sure where the hectic comes from. I work for myself now, it should be easy, breezey. Actually though, it’s worse. I have this really bad habit of thinking that if I have minutes in the day, those minutes should be spent working.

I will find the balance –

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Live a creative life: 40 lessons on how to embrace creativity in your life >> HERE

42 ideas for blogs about writing >> HERE

30 proven, profitable course topics in fringe, weird niches you’ve never heard of >> HERE

10 big mistakes you might be making in your freelancing career >> HERE

How (and why) I cleared out my TBR list >>

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When you write anything, whether it’s for your business or not, you should have the knowledge to back it up.

Grounding your written content with cold hard evidence makes you instantly more believable… even if you’re blabbing about the nutritional benefit of an oreo-only diet.

Dropping in a relevant stat, quote or reference really adds that pro touch (which is exactly what you want when creating copy for your biz).

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Why is it that we just can’t say no to a daily challenge?

I’m a bugger for them.

It’s not even like I just SEE these super-fun challenges on the interwebz and decide to hop on.

Oh no.

I insist on creating my OWN daily challenges all. the. time.

And you know what? I never manage to keep up with them.

The latest culprit was a daily blogging challenge I set for myself.

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I’ve mentioned before that the internet is an everlasting gobstopper of content – not matter how long you suck on it, the flavour keeps coming.

Ok, that metaphor’s getting weird…

Let me start again.

We’re in charge of our client satisfaction, our marketing, our product development, our admin and accounting, our facilities issues, our tech… the list goes on and on – and that’s before we even get to content creation.

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