Imagine that you cannot get your website back! Your web designer can hold your website (and your business) hostage. It’s an all too familiar problem that I often hear about. You can’t edit or improve your website and your business is stuck in limbo.
It means putting yourself in the best position online to attract your ideal clients. It means boldly and confidentially stepping out to show the world exactly who you are and why you are here – without apology.
In this short video, I talk about 3 ways that you can shine online to get the profitable online business that you want.
Running a business takes a lot of work and there is so much to constantly do. Unfortunately, I see entrepreneurs repeatedly making the same mistakes that weaken their online presence and make them look, well … cheap.
And a cheap image does not attract high-value clients. (or many clients at all)
It doesn’t have to be this way. You can easily uplevel your professional image with just a few tweaks.
There are no participation trophies for hustling! In this short video, I go over why being a solo entrepreneur doesn't mean you have to do everything alone. I made this video to address a common belief that solopreneurs need to do EVERYTHING themselves. Why? We tend...
So at what point do you decide to build your website? Do you need to be in business first? Or do you need the website to open/grow your business? The answer is not always so straightforward. It really depends. Every business is different.
Ever feel like no matter what you do, it isn’t enough? Do you often feel unfulfilled with even seemingly significant accomplishments? Do you downplay praise and compliments? You might be suffering from impostor syndrome.
There are many definitions of impostor syndrome, but here is mine:
Impostor syndrome is the insidious condition that prevents us from enjoying nice things by causing us to feel unworthy of receiving them – even if we worked hard for them. It is a dumb fear of being exposed as a fraud because we are not comfortable with our own genius.
Impostor syndrome is not merely a fear of failure – it’s worse than that. It’s the discomfort and eventual numbness to success. But it doesn’t have to be this way. In the video below, I describe 3 ways in which you can identify and overcome impostor syndrome.
If you have a coaching or consulting business, it’s crucial that you have a niche. Yeah, I know, you’ve heard this advice thousands of times from business coaches and other ‘gurus’. So why am I telling you this now? Well, if you’re like 90% of entrepreneurs I’ve worked with, the process of finding a niche is so freaking stressful that it almost makes you not want to be in business at all. I mean, you have to get it just right, right? Let me give you some unconventional advice.
Tell Bad News to stay out of your way! The only thing I dislike more than wasted time is wasted energy. I believe you can always make up for lost time, but wasted energy is a monster that keeps on destroying. The trick is to identify it and shut it down. Just shut it down.
Are you good at helping people with relationships, burnout, grief, or self-worthiness? I bet you’ve already solved plenty of problems for others already. Did they check your resume first, or did they seek you out because they knew, liked, and trusted you? Do you feel the need to prove your worthiness to be a coach before anyone really knows what you do?
I make a bold claim that I can change the way you increase your productivity. I can say that because I’m not a time-management guru or know-it-all. In fact, I haven’t yet mastered the art of productivity myself. I’m still working through it.
I can say that I can change the way you work on your business because I am doing it now, getting better at it, and seeing the results of my efforts. As a bonus, I feel overwhelmingly less … overwhelmed.
Stop the hustle? This flies in the face of conventional wisdom. Conventional wisdom tells us to work harder, and harder, and harder. And through that hard work, we will be successful. Even worse, conventional wisdom tells us that those that aren’t successful didn’t work hard enough. It’s time to think differently!
During my vacation in Mexico, I was pleased to receive so many ‘likes’ on a selfie that I had posted. I recently purchased a selfie stick and I’m still getting used to it. I’m glad it worked out … for the photos I’ve shared thus far.
However, what we see online is usually someone’s best. They are going to cherrypick the images that they want to you see. With me, you get to see it all. 😛