Busting Too Busy

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Friends, I’m tired of hearing friends and clients complain that they’re broke or their businesses aren’t growing but they’re “too busy” to do anything about it.

For years, I had the same excuse.

“I’m too busy to be a guest on podcasts.”
“I’m too busy to go live on a regular basis.”
“I’m too busy to look for speaking engagements.”
“I’m too busy to write my book.”

If you’re too busy to do the things which will grow your business, you’re likely working on the activities or with the people who won’t.

In today’s Feel Good Funnel Fridays video, we’re busting too busy. This video is especially for you if you invested to have an amazing funnel built for your business but now that it’s up and running, it’s empty.


After you watch this video, I invite you to take action and get started building your own Feel Good Funnel by signing up for my FREE 4-Part video training at https://thekimsutton.com/fgf.

In addition, you’re invited to join the FREE Positive Productivity Facebook community at https://thekimsutton.com/group.

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Have you ever told yourself that you’re too busy to take the actions that you need to take to move your business forward and to drive leads into your funnel? Have you told yourself that you’re too busy to get on other people’s podcasts or even to look for those opportunities? Have you told yourself that you’re too busy to look for speaking gigs? Regardless of whether we’re in a pandemic or not? Have you found it too easy to say that you don’t have time to write a blog article that you don’t have time to create an effective social media strategy, or that you don’t have time to even take a shower and be presentable to become visible to your ideal audience? Well, today we’re going to talk about why you need to ditch all the to busy excuses and get yourself out there so that you can be driving people to your funnel each and every day. I’m KIM SUTTON. I’m the host of the positive Productivity podcasts and a marketing and business automation mentor. But I’m also a wife and a mom of five and trust me, I can tell you that I am the queen of the too busy excuse. There have been so many days that I have gotten up, gotten straight into work had been fighting the firefighter role of dealing with client emergencies before my own business and I don’t mean even mean my own business emergencies. I just mean working on my own business. But when push comes to shove, I realized that I was too busy making excuses about why I couldn’t help myself. If you want to grow your business you need to get out there and it doesn’t require a lot of time, a lot of energy. A lot of makeup. I’ve gotten on here on two Facebook Lives with towels around my head and no makeup on it. Trust me it’s not pretty but but I was sharing the message of It doesn’t need to be perfect, you just need to be consistent. Consistent doesn’t need to mean the same time every day, I just want to clear that up is that consistent just means that you are taking the actions that you told yourself you would take or others that you would take on a regular basis. I know that there are days that I want to go live every single day on YouTube on doing my kibitz episodes at nine or between nine and 10am. But other things get in the way. However, I’m not making the excuse and saying, Hey, I didn’t get on between nine and 10. So I’m just not going to do it at all. I’m not allowing myself to be too busy. I’m not allowing myself to buy into the too busy excuse And today, I want you to shove that one out the door to what is one action that when you take it consistently can produce results for your business. I know right now a lot of us are struggling with being visible. But we don’t have to, just because we’re not able to get into live events or have, you know, live gatherings with people because of the pandemic doesn’t mean that we can’t be visible. You can make a mastermind group you can create an accountability group you can. I don’t know there’s tons of options out there, but one of them is just pushing, go live. Get out there, let people know what you do. Give them a reason to know like and trust you in give them a way to get into your funnel. For example, I invite you to create your own feel good funnel with my four part free video series. I’m gonna put the link down below because I totally forgot to grab it before I got on here. I think it’s KIM sutton.com forward slash FGF. But that’s how easy it is the easiest way to get people in into your funnel is by getting in front of them. And unfortunately for so many of my clients, they make so many excuses as to why they cannot get in front of their own in front of their clients, then they come back to me and they want to know why isn’t it working? You’ve heard me say it before, and I’m gonna say it again. Building your funnel or building your business is not the Field of Dreams. You are not Kevin Costner, and it’s not a situation of when you build it, they will come. When you build it, you need to put it in front of people. You need to get out there. And when you can’t get out there, you need to get up there. Get onto social media, share your posts around the web. But stop with the get busy with the too busy excuse. Okay? If you like this video, make sure to push like let me know in the comments what excuse you’re going to get rid of, and turn on notifications so that you find out the next time that I’m live or that a video goes up. But with all that said, Go forth and make it up positive and a productive day.