In this weeks episode of Make It Happen, I talk about the different ways we can authentically build trust online. It's a short and sweet episode where I just share six steps that I want to encourage you to explore, and hopefully use this episode as a jumping off point so you can really start to intentionally develop trust online between yourself and your ideal readers and clients/customers.
If you're a fan of the interview episodes you'll be happy to hear that I have lots of exciting guests coming on board the show over the next few weeks, and my plan moving forward is to just alternate between solo episodes and interview episodes so that Make It Happen can be as varied, useful, and enjoyable for you as possible. Balancing a podcast alongside a jam packed client schedule, running this blog, a digital product launch, and the ALO rebrand has definitely been a challenge these past couple of weeks, but every time I upload the final edit to iTunes I just remember why I started Make It Happen and I can't help but smile. This ultimately was something I started to challenge myself to push my creativity and to show up even more with my work and it has definitely done that. More than anything, I've remembered what it's like to be a beginner at something and it's really been such an exciting process so far.
This weeks episode is for you if you're hoping to use your blog as an outlet to connect with your ideal readers, clients, and customers, and you really want to craft an authentic online space that builds trust with your community and ultimately allows you to do the work that you feel inspired to do.
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I'd love to know your thoughts on the topic of authentically building trust online?