Today I am breaking it down for you... I am giving you those FIVE business tips that I wish I had when I was just starting out. I really break it down for you in today's episode - from selling your course BEFORE you create it to the importance of showing up authentically in your business. If you're looking for the keys to success... look no further.
#1: You'll find success faster if you just be yourself [2:43]
#2: Sell your offers BEFORE you create them [5:29]
#4: Invest in coaches that give you time with them [11:20]
#5: Don't wait for the perfect time to start...just do it! [14:46]
I'm sure you've heard me talking about my Online Entrepreneur Launchpad 4-day Workshop by now, but just in case you haven't I wanted to let you know that it's starting today! Who exactly is this workshop for? Tune in to this quick episode to find out.
This past week we thought our oldest son had Corona Virus. Yep, he had a handful of symptoms and had been out with friends multiple times over the previous two weeks. In today's episode, I share what going through three days of not knowing if we were about to go through the COVID-19 experience or not taught our family about the realities of what we're dealing with and how we needed this wakeup call.
Our experience with COVID [00:58]
The importance of having a positive mindset in the face of fear [5:30]
Today's episode is all about what to do after you've created your product and how to encourage your target audience to make those purchases. We talk all about tripwires and how to create steps in the buying cycle which will lead to the full purchase of your product.
The Dream Hustle Academy was built with you in mind, the female entrepreneur who's ready to truly create a life you love helping others with your unique talents and expertise.
This program was carefully crafted to crush confusion by laying out simple to follow steps for you to follow one week at a time.
What do we cover in this module? [2:05]
What is a tripwire and why should you use it in your business? [4:20]
"People pay attention to what they pay for" [2:46]