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New webclass

My most recent webclass is “5 Reasons Why Managing Your Business Can Be Overwhelming And How to Fix It.” Download the webclass handout HERE.

Stay in Your Own Lane

Overwhelm is a real thing in online businesses. There is always more that could be done.  And it can be really hard to “stay in your own lane.” More products to create, more blogs to write, more opt-in pages to build, more clients to connect with, more, more, more. And one of the biggest contributors? …

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Video Tip: Announcement Letter

Whenever you’re in a slump and need more clients, here’s a tried and true strategy for getting more clients and referrals. It’s also the best first step in getting clients if you are a new coach. Watch below for the details.

Pricing Your Coaching

One of the biggest hurdles for a new coach is how to price your coaching. There are several variables involved that can complicate this endeavor. So I want to give you some guidelines to follow.  By the Hour Many coaches start out by pricing by the hour. But let’s take a look at why that’s …

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Video Tip: Your Transformation

Here’s a mindset tip on how to not lose sight of your business goals.

Sales Question #3

Here is another essential question that you should be asking prospects on your sales calls.  

I Am Enough, Right?

Do you feel like you are good enough? Recently I heard a talk by mindset coach, celebrity therapist, and best-selling author of 4 books, including “Ultimate Confidence,” Marisa Peer, who has helped thousands of people overcome all sorts of problems with her mindset training. Her approach is simple. Marisa says that she can usually tell …

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Sales Call Question #2

There are certain questions you need to ask during sales calls because the information you receive from the answers you get will help you later on in the sales call.  You can use it to remind the prospect of what they said and help them take action. This video addresses one of those questions you …

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Your Genius Zone

Are you working in your “genius zone”? You know—that place where you have some natural talent. That zone where it’s really easy for you to do something that may be hard for others. I have always considered myself to be a Renaissance woman, which is a polite term for “jack-of-all-trades, master of none.” It was …

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Balancing Work Tasks

Here’s a video tip on balancing work tasks – the difference between admin tasks and income-producing activities.   Are you balancing your work tasks?