What working from the couch taught me about going after my business goals – and about the preference for getting it done over getting it perfect.
The most important lesson I learned from The Zone Event is one that I’m always learning, and it has to do with balancing two seemingly disparate forces: pushing myself to grow (in business and in life) and taking exquisite care of myself.
Since my most popular post by far has been How I Built a Business that Replaced My 9-5 Income The Month After I Quit, I thought I’d do a follow-up post about increasing my income by $2,800 in September. Read on to learn the #1 thing I did to make it possible.
A typical website visitor scans a website homepage and then clicks on the About page. Are you surprised? You shouldn’t be! Folks want to know who you are before they even know what you offer. Let’s make sure your About page sparkles.
Welcome! This is post #1 of my new series, Why You Should Update Your Website to Showcase Who You Are Now. If you missed the introductory post, check it out here. Don’t freak out about the term “messaging… Read More
The phrase “sales copy” freaks my clients out. They feel intimidated, overwhelmed, and stuck.
Then they get on the phone with me, I ask them a few simple questions (that they know the answers to!) and I write something that they love.
Today I want to share 3 of the questions I ask my clients to help me hone in on what they’re offering and why people should buy it.
Marketing your business can feel like chasing a toddler in a crowded place: like you need two more sets of eyes and about 8 more arms. Amiright? There’s always new tactics to try. You feel like you’re always… Read More
Here’s the thing about “I don’t know” — it paralyzes you.
When you tell yourself that you don’t know what to do, you preclude your brain from even trying to problem-solve. You stop it in its tracks. It can’t do what it’s designed to do, which is to come up with solutions.
Find out the question you should ask instead.