Wednesday March 30, 2016
Let’s be honest here. If you are in business for yourself, sometimes it gets hard. Really hard in fact. We try things, they don’t work. We have to learn new skills, platforms, techniques... new everything! We work with people, they aren’t happy. We talk to a prospect, they say no. We talk to another, they say no too. We put ourselves out there and get crickets.
The list goes on and on about how business can get hard.
Even though it gets hard sometimes, we must know what to do when those difficult times arise. Why? Because if we hold ourself in a space of negative emotion then we lose precious time (and happiness). The only resource we can never get back is time and in the world of entrepreneurship, time is of the essence. Learning how to bounce back after a fall is a crucial skill to every entrepreneur. The faster you can pick yourself up after a fall, the faster you can get back to business.
Here are 7 things I’ve discovered that have helped me when it inevitably gets tough.
Saturday March 5, 2016
When you feel like you need to lose weight, you are always waiting for your life to begin. When you feel like you need to be successful in order to be successful, you are always waiting for success.
This is scary parallel between dieting and entrepreneruship. Here's how to break the pattern for good.
Friday December 18, 2015
This week I promised to talk about HOW you can build that extraordinary relationship. And because all of us can relate to dating, I have a ‘dating equivalent’ example for each point to help illustrate. Plus, it’s fun ;)
As a quick recap: the secret to any great relationship is when you go to give, not to get. Here’s how you can do that in your business:
Friday December 11, 2015
On a recent webinar that I hosted, I challenged my participants to radically shift the way they view their coaching business. Today, I want to offer up this challenge to you.
It’s pretty big and most coaches DO NOT do this. They think they do. But they really don’t.
The difference between doing this and not doing it is the difference between having an okay business and an extraordinary one. It’s the difference between feeling fulfilled in your business and feeling drained.
Thursday December 3, 2015
While many coaches get icky about the idea of selling high end coaching packages for the mere reason that they are afraid people will say, ‘It’s too expensive’, your high end coaching packages are important.
While they will be too expensive for some people, they won’t be too expensive for your ideal client. That’s the distinction you need to make when creating these packages. They have to be for the ideal person and price is a part of the package they are buying into.
Here are the top 3 reasons why people will buy your high end coaching packages: