Investing in Growth Leads to Growth

This post is part of my Write 31 Days Challenge series, based on results of the Online Christian Creative Survey.  Click here to see all posts in the series

The top online christian creatives have  invested in courses and services to help them grow.As we continue looking at the top performers in the survey, let’s look at what kinds of courses and services have been helpful to them.

The first thing I noticed was that more of them have actually invested in courses and services than the survey average.  74% of top performers named a favorite course, vs. the 54% average.  And 47% named a favorite service provider vs. the 27% average.

Their favorite courses are very specifically focused on growing their online presence …. Pinterest courses, Elite Blog Academy, Lena Gott’s Traffic and SEO courses, Brittany Ann’s Facebook Strategies.

Their favorite service providers are mostly “done-for-you” services … virtual assistants, graphic designers, web tech help and editing/proofreading.

There is no way around it.  The top online Christian Creatives are able and willing to invest in growing their online presence.


If you want to grow your presence, you have to invest in that growth.  It does not have to be a big chunk all at once.  I’ve seen several people successfully “bootstrap” themselves to success.  Earn a little, invest it in growth, earn a little more, invest a little more, until they gained the momentum for the growth to support itself.

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