I'm *gently* calling you out on this.
You need clients like… yesterday.
But what you don’t need, is to chronically tweak your website, revise your sales page a 100x, watch more FB Lives, and continually consume content all day long.
For the most part, all of that is code for perfectionism. Being afraid of taking a bold step for fear of doing it “wrong”.
I see so many entrepreneurs focused on activities that don’t make them or their clients money.
Believe me, you've already got all the goods within you to make it happen. <3 Except maybe one thing.
And fyi, I did the same thing for the first couple years in business and I learned the hard way, through my own painful experience + almost went broke - but had several 6 & 7-figure women biz moguls confirm my discovery.
What is it?
You have to get visible.
You need to have a strategy.
A much more effective daily...
Good. It means you're growing!
You're a business owner - which means you're a badass risk taker.
You didn't start this business believing it was going to be easy, am I right?
Running a business requires us to get uncomfortable and stay in uncertainty so much of the time.
Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable is one of the keys to continuously grow and expand your business.
So why do people sliiiide back into the cozy comfortable nest of what's familiar?
It's human nature - that's why.
We haven't built those neural pathways yet so our brain and subconscious perceives that change & growth as a threat to our survival, until we consistently, and consciously make new habits our norm.
Usually people have a limiting belief that they can't achieve what they want - for whatever reason.
One of the best and fundamental keys to success to changing this *failure* mindset is getting the right support to work through this...
This hot topic is one of my favs because it’s all about how your brand can convert into money for you. And don’t we ALL wanna make more of the good stuff?
Have you ever put blood, sweat and tears into creating an offering, written an ebook, sent a newsletter, or built a website, expecting to receive rave feedback, only to hear crickets after you’ve proudly launched it out into the world?
It sucks, I know. But ever wonder why that happens?
Here’s a quick story to explain…
When I made the transition from my corporate job to my online business a few years ago, I learned this the hard way (visualize mild kicking, flailing and screaming). Even though I felt I was ahead of the curve with already having a background in branding and marketing, running my own business “online” seemed completely daunting.
I figured I’d do what I knew best – to create....