Heard about the Inspirational Quote Diet yet? We know we have lots of people intrigued, so we wanted to give you a little more.
We dared you to try this Inspirational Quote Diet. In brief:
Pick one quote per day. Post it. Live it. Then use the rest of the day’s posts to talk about why it’s important, why it should matter to your community, and why it is relevant to your work.
Here’s the quick Online Empowerment step-by-step guide to making one inspirational quote the center of each day’s marketing message. We hope this inspires you to have fun with the Inspirational Quote Diet and really make it part of your own journey through the day.
So, why did I pick this quote?
“My house is me and I am it. My house is where I like to be and it looks like all my dreams.”
The quote is from one of my daughter’s favorite books, The Big Orange Splot by Daniel Manus Pinkwater. This story is about discovering your true self and staying true to your passion and vision no matter what anyone says. In the end, one man’s creative expression inspired a whole neighborhood.
Because Online Empowerment is focused on website creation, when I think “house,” I think “homepage.”
Can you create a website (and, by extension, a business) based purely on your personal mission without a care for what anyone else thinks?
If your purpose is to sell something, the answer might be no. You have to consider the marketplace and how your vision will connect with real people’s needs and interests.
That said, you still need to stay try to the passions that fuel your work. Your business cannot thrive if it only exists to satisfy the needs you imagine your community. It needs to feed – and be fed by – your creative fire too.
The ultimate goal of sharing this quote? To inspire you to look at your business through the eyes of a three-year-old’s dreams.
The extra bit of insight I want you to get? Hold on to your beautiful personal vision while being an entrepreneur creating something that serves clients and yourself.