How to Get off the Content Creation Hamster Wheel

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Hey there, my friend! It is Patty Dominguez here with episode 151 of the Positioning to Profit Podcast. Back with another episode, back with a solo show for you, where you’re going to discover the tips and strategies to help move your business forward. I was just speaking with a dear client of mine, and we were both talking about how our 10-year anniversary in entrepreneurship is very close. Mine is in January, and I marvel at the fact that I’ve made it this long, and it’s super exciting to know that it’s been 10 years. I wouldn’t trade it for the world. And let me tell you, when that episode comes up, I’m gonna share with you the dips, the trials, the tribulations, all the lessons that I’ve learned. And trust me when I tell you it’s been plenty. And yet I’m still here y’all, still here for you.
Okay, so today’s episode is focused on “how do you get off of this content creation hamster wheel”. I pause, because it’s painful sometimes, isn’t it? Isn’t it painful to have to create content all the time? So I have some secrets here for you that I’m going to share and then part the secrets that have helped me to save time to save my energy to really look at things in terms of assets. And that’s what I want for you, get off the content hamster wheel! I cannot even emphasize to you how much I mean this. So I’m excited about today’s show. It was prompted by a conversation I had with a dear friend of mine, and so I said oh my god, this is such a great topic, more people have to hear about this because, I promise you, this is happening, it’s real. And I’m here to help you get off the content hamster wheel. Alright, let’s go.

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