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Do you ever feel like the whole online content game is a big fat SLOG?

If you do, you’re not alone. Even I’ve felt that before, and I am of Queen of all things content.

In this episode of Your Biz, Your Rules, I’m sharing a surprisingly simple way to feel all kinds of inspiration and fun whenever you sit down to write or record.

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The key takeaways:

💛 If you’re dreading creating content, your people will FEEL that… and you don’t want that. You want them to feel enthusiastic about being in your community, right?

💛 A creative ritual is the perfect way to prime your mind for creation mode. Creativity LOVES constraints.

Prompts to help you with putting together your own content ritual:

  • What does your schedule currently look like? Block out the time you have available.
  • What are your personal preferences? Do you like batching or do you prefer to break projects up in micro-tasks?
  • How will you measure if a content creation session is a success or not?
  • When was the last time you created in full flow? What did that look like? Use all of your senses and get really specific!

Listen to this episode here.

The links + stuff:

Your challenge:

To be in with a chance of winning this month’s free 1:1 coaching session, make sure you share your homework tagging #yourbizyourrules and @dairecharlotte

Design your own fabulous new creative ritual and share the details in a post or Story.

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