At this time of year, I’m usually asked if I think it’s worth pitching for visibility in December. To which I usually say, “Of course it is!”

However, because of the global burn-out caused by everything that has happened in 2020 (aka the longest year in history), I can make an exception.

So in this episode, I give you six things to do to help kickstart your 2021 visibility work which will ensure you hit the ground running in the New Year. 

6 Ways to Kickstart Your 2021 Visibility Work

Topics covered include:

  • Don’t forget goal setting in your 2021 visibility work, and remember that these goals should be more than setting revenue targets
  • Think about aligning your visibility goals with business offers
  • Do the talk topics that you are pitching for still light you up? Do they still align with what you want to be known for? 
  • Take the opportunity to refresh your promotional assets and check that your systems and processes are still on point
  • Sign up to get on the waitlist for when Go Pitch Yourself opens for enrollment in early January 2021

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!

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