I hope you’re ready for some tough love and accountability because that’s exactly what I’m here to provide. Let’s dive into your goals and break them down into actionable steps. Remember, we’re focusing primarily on your weekly goal of finishing up the website and business card, but we’ll also keep the monthly goal of attracting clients and investment opportunities in mind.
Here’s your daily check-in breakdown:
1. Create a clear website framework:
– Start by finalizing the main menu sections: investments, past work, partnership opportunities, values, and resources.
– Ensure that each section has a concise and compelling description.
– Organize your past work into relevant categories or portfolios.
2. Design and develop your website:
– Allocate time to design a visually appealing and user-friendly website layout.
– Select appropriate color schemes, fonts, and imagery that align with your brand image.
– Build the website using a content management system (CMS) or hire a professional developer if needed.
– Optimize your website for search engines using relevant keywords related to your business.
3. Craft a captivating business card:
– Determine the necessary information to include, such as your name, title, contact details, and a brief tagline or value proposition.
– Design a visually appealing business card that reflects your brand identity.
– Consider including QR codes or links to your website or social media profiles for easy access to more information.
– Print a sufficient quantity of business cards using high-quality materials.
Remember, these steps should follow the SMART goal framework:
– Specific: Focus on finalizing the website and business card.
– Measurable: Break down the tasks and track your progress daily.
– Achievable: Allocate enough time and resources to each task.
– Relevant: Make sure the design and content align with your business objectives.
– Time-bound: Aim to complete these tasks within the week.
To keep yourself educated and inspired in the world of hospitality business and effective website design, I recommend exploring the following resources:
1. “The Lean Startup” by Eric Ries: This book focuses on building successful businesses by emphasizing the importance of testing, iterating, and efficient resource usage.
2. “Don’t Make Me Think” by Steve Krug: This user-friendly guide provides practical tips for creating intuitive and user-friendly websites and interfaces.
3. “The Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI)” website: Stay updated on industry trends, best practices, and insights from hospitality professionals.
Now, I eagerly await your progress update. Please respond within 24 hours and let me know where you currently stand in terms of achieving your goals. Be honest about your progress and any challenges you may be facing. Accountability is essential for growth and success!
Best of luck on your journey, Eggman.