Tag: Entrepreneur

How Live Streaming Can Improve Any Business

How Live Streaming Can Improve Your Business

Live streaming is a powerful marketing tool. Studies show nearly 64% of consumers more likely to purchase a product after watching a video about it, and almost 80% wanting to see more social media content from their favorite brands. All of which means: If you want to make more money, take advantage of live streaming …

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How to Stay On Top Of Your Game

How to stay on top of your game

Especially when marketing online, you need to be on top of your game, because the “game” keeps changing. Social Media platforms change guidelines and algorithms. Software programs frequently update, and online tools become outdated. (It’s definitely hard to keep up with everything.) But if you want to keep bringing in revenue, you have to ride …

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Running your own business should be fun

Running your own business should be fun, not frustrating

…not frustrating—and How to Fix it: Business management sounds like a complicated subject to tackle when you are running your own business. And many business owners cringe at the thought of having to learn business skills. But for us solopreneurs, overwhelm and stress are often due to a just a few things: Lack of planning …

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Why Managing Your Business Is Overwhelming…

… and How To Fix It What is the most common problem that coaches of all fields face online? Many answer something like this: “It’s working to your max, but, at the end of the day, finding yourself no nearer to having more clients, better clients, or passive income. For example: You know that you …

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Becoming a Life Coach

5 Essential Steps For Launching A Life Coaching Business If you are reading this, you are probably someone who wants to take their expertise and share it with the world in order to help others become more successful. What better way to do that than by becoming a life coach! What is life coaching? It’s …

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Video Tip: Get the Shoes

Is everyone telling you to pass on the latte and don’t buy those $200 shoes because you need to save your money? Finances can be mindboggling but, here’s a different view…

How To Add Low End Offers To Your Course Portfolio

Working with clients 1:1 is great, but it shouldn’t be your entire business model. Few industry leaders will tell you this, but you don’t need to sell high-priced products every month to be profitable. You can have monthly income from low-end products that supplement your high-end product income with passive income. Here’s the thing: If …

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Creating Products People Will Actually Buy

Why create products? I’m a big believer in creating passive income for a coaching business, but many coaches either don’t know what to offer, or hope that their one-on-one coaching services are enough to sustain their lifestyle. Sure, your clients hire you for your specific skillset and specialty, but wouldn’t you like to earn more …

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Video Tip: Esign

If you have client agreements that you’re sending to your clients to sign, it’s kind of a hassle to do it “paper-wise”—even if you’re sending it digitally—because the client still has to print it out, sign it, scan it, and send it back to you. But thanks to the internet, we now have online signing …

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Why You Should Be Blogging

Make your blog posts convert

Do you blog? Many coaches tell me they don’t have time to blog. Or they don’t know what to blog about. Or they aren’t getting anyone to read their blog. When I started my online business, the first tactic I used was blogging. And there were two good reasons why I did it, and why …

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