How Big Is Your Pond?

I thought it would be appropriate to start off the new year with a blog post about my philosophy both for my life and for my business. You’ll notice that I’ve updated the graphic at the top of my website. I wanted visitors to the site to understand at-a-glance my objectives.

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Being a big fish in a little pond can make you feel important if you are distrustful of the alternative – being a little fish in a big pond.Fish Bowl

However, little ponds can be stifling. They can stunt your growth.

My philosophy has always been that it’s better to be a little fish in a big pond, because it means there’s plenty of room for you to grow.

That’s why I like to work with people and businesses seeking to move into new territories – whether they are expanding their skills as a writer, or expanding their business to approach English-speaking markets, or taking that first step to establish an online presence for their business.

If your pond is big enough for you to continue to grow, that’s terrific! But if you find that you’re ready to move to a bigger pond, I can help.

Bernadette Geyer provides writing, copy editing, and translation services for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and writers. She also leads online workshops on a variety of topics for small businesses and writers. Geyer likes being a small fish in a big pond, and enjoys helping others move to bigger ponds themselves. Subscribe to her monthly news from the big pond if you’re interested in professional growth.

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