I Am Enough, Right?

thinking womanDo 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 what someone’s problem is within the first 2-3 minutes of a conversation. That’s because it’s usually one thing—somewhere along the line they acquired the belief that they weren’t good enough. And this one belief plays out in symptoms ranging from meltdowns, attempted suicides, depression, and multiple marriages, to bad behaviors, eating disorders, and lack of success.

This belief that you aren’t good enough can be triggered by something that happened to you as a child. Perhaps one of your parents left the family, and you felt abandoned. Perhaps you were told that you weren’t good enough by a teacher in school. Or perhaps you had an abusive sibling that made you feel that way. In any case, it happened, and you created that belief.

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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 must ask, and how to use the information.

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 hard for me to come up with something I could call my genius zone.

But recently a memory came back to me about when I was in high school working on the theatrical productions. I always liked being behind the scenes working on props, designing the programs, sewing costumes, and giving cues to the actors during rehearsals.

In my senior year, I was put in charge of props for our annual spring musical, which was “Showboat” that year. A week before the show opened…

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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?

Sales Call Question #1

When having sales calls or enrollment conversations with prospects, there are certain questions you need to ask. The information you receive from the answers you get will help you later on in the sales call because 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 must ask, and how to use the information.

 
Are you asking this question? Comment below.

A Way to Increase Revenue

Here’s a really simple tip to increase revenue for your coaching business.

Live the Life You Want Today – Part 2

How do you create the life you want? As a spiritual life coach, I want to suggest that you start by living the life you want. What do I mean by that? I mean, that you don’t have to wait for the life you want—you can begin living it right now.

As we continue this series, here are some more steps you can take to live the life you want while you’re in the process of creating it.

4- Believe in yourself

You may remember Wayne Dyer turning around the old adage, “I’ll believe it when I see it” to “You’ll see it when you believe it.” This is so true! You’ve first got to believe that you can do it—that you have what it takes. Of course, that’s one reason why people hire a coach—sometimes we need someone with an objective viewpoint to give us encouragement.

You not only need to believe in yourself and your ability to accomplish your dreams, but you also need to make goals that are realistic and therefore believable.

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FB Live Tip #1

How to use Facebook Live as a marketing strategy to attract clients.

To get our Facebook Live training package, become an IAPLC member here: https://iaplifecoaches.org/membership

Attending Live Events

Online marketing is always changing, and it’s important to keep up with what’s going on. So, last week I attended a live weekend event (in L.A.) on marketing skills.

Of course, if you have a strategy that’s working, or you’re satisfied with your current income level, my suggestion is—just keep doing what you’re doing.

But if you want to improve your results, you will need to try new ways of marketing. And attending a live event can not only help with that, but also be your secret success strategy!

So in this post, I’d like to share a few main points from my event attendance.

1-Don’t underestimate the power of having a high-end program.

This was probably the most emphasized point of the whole weekend. You simply can’t have a 6-figure and beyond income without a $3000-$10,000 coaching program. Your main goal is to get prospects into a conversation where you can offer them your high-end program. Establish a system of getting high-end clients consistently, before creating lower-end products.

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Live the Life Your Want Today – Part 1

How do you create the life you want? As a spiritual life coach, I want to suggest that you start by living the life you want. What do I mean by that? I mean, that you don’t have to wait for the life you want—you can begin living it right now. Here are some steps you can take to live the life you want while you’re in the process of creating it.

1- Imagine it first.

You can start living the life you want by imagining it. It is a matter of vision. How do you envision your future? What do you want to accomplish? You must be able to imagine yourself doing what you want to do, and being the person you need to be in order to do that thing. If you can picture yourself as a winner, it’s easier to become one.

If you have trouble imagining your own future, find someone who is already doing what you want to do and imagine what it’s like for them. You may even want to contact that person and ask them what it’s like, telling them that you aspire to be like them. Or you may have a coach who can help you.

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