Setting my visibility goals for 2020 (as I did in November of 2019) seems like a lifetime ago! 

Since then the world has turned upside down – personally speaking, I am now homeschooling our kiddos and maintaining a thriving business.  

I know I’m not alone in this. 

So if you’re also juggling your business’ visibility goals, the pandemic, and a house full of other humans who really should be somewhere else, I’ve got your back.

In this episode, I offer some guidance and support if there are things you should be doing to increase visibility but you just don’t have the time by boiling down the steps into two key categories:

  • Decisions you need to make
  • Actions you need to take

So don’t worry. We’ve got this!

How To Increase Visibility When You Have No Time

Topics covered include:

  • Tips to help you to decide if you actually need to increase visibility – and if you do, when
  • How to identify opportunities that can be done in your current situation, without sacrificing your sanity!
  • Taking time to recognize your goals – including what type, how many have already been met, and where the holes are in your plans
  • The importance of maintaining your existing relationships, setting boundaries, and saying ‘No’ in a positive way 
  • The various ways I can support you in your pitching process

Resources mentioned in this episode:

Now it’s time for you to get out there and Go Pitch Yourself! Be sure to screenshot this episode and tag me on Instagram @angie_trueblood and let me know that you are ready to #gopitchyourself! I’ll add your post to my story and help you spread the word!

Can’t wait to connect again!

Feel like you need a little support in getting started pitching yourself?

>>> Get a free downloadable version of my roadmap for podcast pitching success

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