Maybe It’s Time To Get Hungry

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After all, a Tech Witch has to eat

Something that was reflected to me a few days ago around my Tech Witch marketing was that I’m not hungry enough.

Clearly I need to approach my marketing more like I approached this rose.

I’ve been talking about Tech Witch School for a few months now. The first round was a hit, for someone who’s never properly launched or facilitated my own thing, I was super proud of the result.

And whilst I’ve been casually talking about the next round, I haven’t really been creating any real sense of urgency. And definitely haven’t been pushing myself to fill places.

Truth is I’ve been comfortable and as much as I hate to admit it, there’s still a part of me that has those spiritual guilt stories around making money running. BORING.

Sure, I’ve been posting and talking about it. The one part you can always count on me to do. But in terms of actively trying to connect with people and ask people to join, THAT I’ve been resisting.

I’ve always been more into the attraction based marketing. Just sit back and wait for people to come to me. But that only gets you so far.

And I’ve known there needs to be an element of me getting in and actually reaching out to people. But I still have all those stories about it being outdated and gross sales tactics so I haven’t wanted to do it, or I will for a bit, then resist again.


A few days ago, I flipped the story. If someone had something they knew was going to benefit me, I’d want to know about it. At least then I can make a choice about whether I want it or not.

I’m not into pushy sales tactics. Instead I’m so far on the opposite end of the spectrum where I’m barely into selling at all. Which is crazy, because compared to a lot of what’s out in the spiritual marketplace, I know I actually have something really good to offer.

It’s not something I’ve just thrown together after doing a workshop. It’s all the skills I’ve cultivated through 10 years of working corporate and then 6 years transitioning into the online world.

I’ve lived and breathed systems for all this time. I’ve supported some epic humans to launch some incredible offers into the world. And I’ve collated all of that knowledge into an awesome program that is already helping people transition out of their 9–5 jobs.

In my years of working online, I’ve helped countless people quit their jobs through the affiliate marketing world. And those skills are just as easily transferable into what I’m teaching now.

That’s exactly what landed me my roles as a Tech Witch because I had highly sought after skills that a lot of people in the spirituality/embodiment worlds don’t have or don’t want to do.

And what’s the point of creating this epic life changing program if I’m not going to invite people into it?!

Soooo I’m about to approach this in a whole new way. Because I know what I’ve got to offer is really good and I want to see more people working on things that truly light them up and not just being paid well for their skills but actually working for people who appreciate them.

And if you’re one of those people that has been feeling drawn to Tech Witch School, make yourself known, click here to learn more and book in a call to see if we’re a match.

maybe it's time to get hungry

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