Are you struggling with lead gen and sales? Are you struggling to find the right people?
Listen to this podcast as we interview Melissa Sherry to learn how we have trained our team on the similarities between coaching and sales.
If I tell you what my vision is for 2034, you will think that I am completely crazy and delusional… but that’s kind of new.
I used to dream big and accomplish many of my visions (including becoming a US citizen, getting an MBA degree from top 15 university, paying back all school debt in 2 years, etc).
And then something happened…
I stopped vision casting.
I failed one too many times and stopped trusting myself.
We all want to grow our businesses.
But where almost every entrepreneur will hit a snag is the outreach.
The reaching out.
“I don’t want to bother people with yet another invite to a Facebook group.”
“I don’t want to be annoying them with 4 emails a week.”
“I don’t want to impose on their feed with my constant live videos.”
“I don’t want to bother my clients by asking them for referrals.”
Are you sabotaging your business by being the outsourcer?
How do you know: you are looking for an outside opinion or stamp of approval to make moves in your business.
Sometimes, it looks like taking one training after another, but rarely feeling ready to implement and fly on your own. You struggle to allow the flow of your own inspiration when it comes to creating your business.
And you really like to be told what to do.
Other times you feel like how you show up has to look a certain way for...
On December 28, I’m doing a big 90-minute live stream where I will be covering the ins and outs of what works about the 7-day retreat model I absolutely love running.
First, I want to give you a bit of a history of how this came about. I sought training on MANY different launch models from several of the big coaches. Anything between:
This week, we were doing a self-forgiveness exercise in the Quantum Leap Entrepreneur program.
One of the clients said she needed to FORGIVE herself for pursuing her business goals (which impacted her family.)
That immediately hit me. That is something I have had to forgive myself for over and over and over.
It’s literally not possible to be a perfect mom and a perfect business owner.
If you try to meet the...
Let's talk about evolution.
In 2014 I opened my first restaurant. I had the passion, I knew what I wanted the menu to look like, and I was driven enough to get everything together and get it launched within three months of taking over the lease.
It was the first sit down, full service, paleo & gluten-free restaurant in Colorado. People loved it. Daily Camera published a two-page article, titled ‘It’s Hard to Beat Blooming Beets’. Within a month we got glowing reviews in...