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Imperfect Action: A Path to Progress for Small Business Owners

Imperfect Action: A Path to Progress for Small Business Owners

As small business owners, it’s easy to get caught up in the quest for perfection. We often worry about getting everything just right the first time, leading to procrastination and eventually pushing our projects to the “some day” pile. But here’s a powerful truth: imperfect action is far better than no action.

Consider this – your audience isn’t looking for an Academy Award-winning performance. They want to hear from you, see your growth, and connect with your authentic self. Think about your heroes or mentors. Their first auditions, first live sessions, or initial pieces of work were far from perfect. Improvement is a journey, and every step you take now gets you closer to where you want to be.

Your audience doesn’t mind your “um”s and “ah”s or the fact that you’re still refining your delivery. They’re excited to be on this journey with you as you bring your ideas to life. The key is to keep it simple and start creating. Once you have something viable, you can always go back and refine, improve, and expand.

Strategies for Non-Techies: Creating Websites, Courses, and Funnels with WordPress

For those of you who are new to tech or find it challenging, here are some straightforward strategies to help you get started with WordPress:

  1. Choose the Right Tools: Start with tools that simplify the process. WordPress itself is user-friendly, but plugins like Elementor or Divi can make building your website even easier without needing to know any code.
  2. Leverage Online Resources: Take advantage of the abundance of free resources available. YouTube offers countless tutorials to get you started. Additionally, explore the Freebies & Blog section on the NCDAcademy site for valuable tips and insights. For more structured learning, consider our range of low-cost short courses in the NCDAcademy DIY Vault or the comprehensive supported self-study program, NCDAcademy WordPress101®.
  3. Use Templates: Don’t start from scratch. Use pre-made templates for websites and courses. Platforms like Envato Market offer a variety of templates that can be easily customized to fit your brand.
  4. Join a Support Community: Communities like the WordPress Learners Lounge Membership provide real-time assistance and support. Being part of a community where you can ask questions and get instant feedback can make a huge difference.
  5. Start Small: Focus on creating a minimum viable product (MVP). Whether it’s a simple landing page, a basic course outline, or a simple sales funnel, start with the basics. You can always add more features and content as you grow.
  6. Seek Personalized Support: If you’re stuck, consider personalized mentoring or tech support. At NCDAcademy, we offer 1:1 mentoring to help you overcome specific challenges.

Take the Leap

Remember, taking action is the first step towards improvement. Your audience is ready to support you and is eager to see your ideas come to life. Start now, embrace the imperfections, and watch as your small business begins to grow and thrive.

Big Love from Oz,
Natalie Crowe – WordPress Expert

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WordPress Expert with 15+ years industry experience.

Passionate about empowering non-techies in business, to DIY their own WordPress websites and tech, without the tech overwhelm.

Creator of the NCDAcademy WordPress101® – 3 Part WordPress Beginner’s programme & the WordPress Learners Lounge Membership

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Natalie Crowe

WordPress Expert with 15+ years industry experience.

Passionate about empowering non-techies in business, to DIY their own WordPress websites and tech, without the tech overwhelm.

Creator of the NCDAcademy WordPress101® – 3 Part WordPress Beginner’s programme & the WordPress Learners Lounge Membership

Natalie has generated over $750K in sales helping non-techies globally build PROFITABLE WordPress Websites.

LGBTQI Mama of 1, she and her wife and their teenage daughter live in the Hunter Valley NSW, Australia (2 Hours out of Sydney).

“WordPress + Tech doesn’t have to be complicated. I’m a strong believer anyone can learn & I’ve made it my goal to help as many non-techies as possible! ”

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