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Fancy a handful of simple steps that you can whip out on those days you feel you’re drowning in all the content “shoulds”?

Well, you’re in luck. That’s exactly what I’m sharing in this episode of Your Biz, Your Rules.

Disclaimer: yes, you can hear my dogs in the background in places. Me hitting record was *of course* the best moment for them to start pushing a chair around the room. #barkingisbranding

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The key takeaways:

Content overwhelm is a very real monster, especially for those high-achieving perfectionist types *cough*. Here are three of my favourite tips for stripping things back and making your digital footprint feel more FUN.

💛 Template everything. And when I say everything I mean EVERYTHING. Not just your visuals. Templates can do wonders for your written content workflow too. (Listen to the full episode for a couple of ways to create your own content templates.)

💛 Block out your time and get specific with that time. Book out your content creation time in your calendar but don’t stop there – assign specific tasks from your content workflow to your different time slots.

💛 Make something sacred. Choose ONE piece of content that will become your non-negotiable every single week. Consider this the bare minimum that you’d be happy to publish (consistently).

Listen to this episode here.

The links + stuff:

Your challenge:

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Share a post or Story telling us about your sacred content.

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