You see, I now feel confident in my copywriting plus my sales and marketing skills generally. Enough to make a big difference to any project I work on or to any company I choose to deal with.
But here's the thing...
I don't really want to be a copywriter or a marketing consultant. I guess I could be a freelance sales rep, but don't fancy all the endless driving on clogged up motorways.
I know I could set up a business of my own. I'd love the sales and marketing side of things, but don't want to get involved with the "nitty gritty" of order fulfilment and admin.
And no, I don't want to employ people either! (Although I may consider using a team of outsourced workers from Elance or wherever).
Of course there's always internet marketing, but I'm not great at the tech stuff and don't really want to learn either.
Now you may be thinking I'm just lazy but the truth is I just want to leverage my skills as much as possible. I'm willing to work very hard on sales and marketing, I just don't want to waste my time on less productive things.
It strikes me that I seem to have exactly the opposite problem to most business people...
I have plenty of high grade fuel in the shape of my proven marketing expertise, but no vehicle to put it into.
Most people have perfectly good rockets (businesses) but little or no marketing fuel for them.
Any ideas would be great!