Wednesday January 28, 2015
Do you ever find that a day, a week or sometimes a month can slip by and you feel like you haven’t really progressed in your business? When you look back at the time you realize you were busy, but this “busyness” hasn’t yielded you any results?
If this has happened to you, you are not alone. We have all been there before. The trick however is to recognize it and then do something about it. When I first discovered this was happening to me, I let it go on for a little bit longer than I would like to admit (nobody’s perfect, right?!). Over time however, as I got more serious about my business, I knew that something had to change.
Here are two key meetings that helped me break the cycle of spending my days, ‘busy being busy’ and getting nothing done to being uber productive and getting more traction in my business which led to (and leads to) helping more people, making more money and making a bigger impact.
Thursday January 8, 2015
Not long ago, Dr. Laura Nurse would sit in her office for 8 hours and sometime see just one client, on a good day. As a new Naturopathic Doctor, she was doing everything she knew to market herself yet she just couldn’t figure out why people weren’t running in to see her.
What Laura didn’t realize at the time, was that she didn’t know the ‘business’ side of her business yet. She knew how to be a great Doctor, but was still unknown to the skills of how to be a great entrepreneur and marketer.
Laura and I met in April 2013 and we got to work. In just 15 months, Laura has achieved:
- Building her practice to full time capacity;
- Moving into Phase 2 of growth (hiring help and expanding);
- A fantastic reputation in her community as a leader in health for women;
- Creating a beautiful online brand and presence;
- Feeling personally happy and no longer stressed out over wondering where her next client is going to come from;
- Feeling confident in the business side of her business!
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Thursday January 1, 2015
As I reflect back on 2014 I am in awe of how things turned out. It’s been a pretty incredible year. This year I realized my biggest dream of becoming location independent. Living for six months in South America (three months each in Ecuador and Peru), laptop in hand, was incredible. Opening up new markets in the US, Europe and Australia was inspiring and creating and launching my online signature group coaching program, Mindset & Marketing Mastery was scary, fun and totally awesome.
When I look back at what helped create this success, there are a few things that stand out. But today, I wanted to talk about the one marketing tactic that worked the best. It wasn’t Facebook ads, webinars or even blogging.
Monday October 6, 2014
When I decided that I wanted to be a full time coach helping self-coaches grow their business so they can change the world with their gifts, I knew a few things had to change. Before that decision I was running my business more like it was a hobby than an actual business. In fact, some of the clients that I had were getting better results in their businesses than I was, because I wasn’t 100% committed yet!
This time however, enough was enough and I wanted real results that translated into making a great income and had me being 100% location-independent.
To make that happen I did the following 3 things differently:
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Wednesday September 24, 2014
Something happened to me just yesterday that stopped me in my tracks. I received over-the-top customer service that blew my mind.
Here’s what happened:
I have been doing some research on the best microphones to get for my business as I will be doing a lot more video production for my upcoming course and new marketing. Being in marketing I knew what blogs to check.
Given that Kajabi is a membership site platform that is highly video based, I thought for sure that I would find the info I needed on their blog. I couldn’t find anything so I figured I would send them a tweet: