I’m an unsuccessful marketer!
I don’t have Cannes Lions on my bookshelf.
I don’t own a newsletter with thousands of subscribers.
I don’t manage a huge team of A-players.
I didn’t make it on the Forbes cover.
I don’t have an exercise or meditation routine (thanks partly to my toddlers).
I don’t even have a verified social media account.
But I do love my job.
I love what I’m doing day by day at Creatopy.
I can connect with experts on various marketing topics, identify problems, and implement solutions while continually honing my skills.
I help marketers, designers, and agencies to boost their marketing campaigns and ad strategies to increase their business.
I can also experiment with new formats, techniques, and ideas and discuss my observations.
My success is not the success of the industry.
Success is subjective and should not be judged according to industry norms.
Your success is defined by your own purpose.
Everyone has the right to make their own decisions about what is best for them.
So, how do you define your success?
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