I’m really excited to be able to offer you the first free resource from The Great Cornish Outdoors, an ebook designed to help you focus on your creative ideas, blog and Instagram.
My free resource is an 8 page ebook, called Create A Brand, Create A Community. (I’m calling it Create for short.)
Who’s The ebook For?
The Create ebook is a free resource for anyone who’s feeling a little lost or lacklustre and wants to inject a bit of life into their creative business, blog or Instagram.
Create is also for those of you who’ve got so many ideas, you’re not sure what to do first or which way to turn. You may want to push forward and do more, but aren’t sure how.
If you’re struggling to find clarity in your brand identity, your values and purpose, and want to understand who you’re talking to, then the Create ebook is perfect for you.
We’ve all felt a bit lost at times and needed to work out what we’re doing and why. Working out your values and purpose, and understanding your audience, will make things a whole lot easier in the long term. Your ideas will flow effortlessly. It’ll be like someone’s opened up a little creative window in your head. Plus by spending a bit of time working this out, you’ll find, and engage with, the right people. Your community will grow alongside your creative business.
Thankfully, working through the Create ebook doesn’t take ages but I’d encourage you to have some thinking time rather than rush. It’s also something you can come back to when you’re flagging or need to rejuvenate your creativity.
If you’d a copy of Create, just add your details to the form at the bottom of this post. The Create ebook will come straight to your inbox.
By signing up for Create, you’ll also receive The Great Cornish Outdoors monthly email. It’s full of mini Cornwall blog posts and relevant information about life outdoors and running. Feel free to unsubscribe though should you change your mind.
As for what else is to come, I’ve lots of ideas. The next free resource I’ve planned is a marathon schedule for busy people, and I’m itching to share it with you. There’s other things too, like a Cornwall based printable. The ebook world feels like it’s my oyster at the moment.
I hope you enjoy what’s to come too.
If you want to dig really deep, I found Simon Sinek’s book to be a great starting point.