There are many ways to write a book.
Some people take a year, some people take 10 years.
For me, it took me a weekend to get a first draft done, and another 4 days after to edit.
It isn’t everyone’s way to do things. But if you are the kind of person who love getting things done fast and checking them off the list...
...(also known as T3 in Carol Tuttle’s energy profiling which we’ve been talking about recently :) :) ) - the achiever go-getter)
.. then this may just be...
Two years ago I packed up, drove down to Sedona, and wrote a book in one weekend.
The FSD version anyway (FSD stands for ‘first shitty draft’).
Then I spent another 3 days editing it, and hired a coach to help me promote it and help it rank as #1 best seller on Amazon.
Since then, a lot of people have asked me about my experience, so here is some Q&A to help you decide whether this is the path for you:
Let's talk about the #funnels that are awesome to help you get exposure. In this video I will walk you through how they work and what you need to set up. Let's do this!
So many times I see entrepreneurs burning out because they are coaching too much and not charging enough.
But… they can’t really ask for higher prices, because their clients can’t afford it.
And they don’t think they will have enough interest to start a group program.
What’s the solution?
I went live yesterday to share with you a strategy that will blow your mind, and alter your view of what’s possible.
Heads up: You want...
The prosecutor and the victim and the rescuer triangle… here we go again!!
If there is ONE thing you can give up that will shoot your leadership ability over 10 levels higher, it is being 100% responsible for not participating in the Karpman Drama Triangle.
What is it?
It’s the rescuer - prosecutor - victim model.
I have been fascinated with this for years, because it is one of the most powerful tools to help you surrender your biggest leadership blocks...
Scaling a coaching business is really pretty simple and it comes down to
1. building your expertise status,
2. funnel and
Let's talk about how they work together and what you need to do to build your business!
I never once, in my coaching business, touched Quickbooks.
And neither should you, amazing empire-building CEO’s!
Instead, I pay $35/mo (yes, that’s it) to my bookkeeper to keep everything in check and deliver organized financial statements to me once a month.
I took many, many accounting and bookkeeping classes at school, I understand many accounting principles, but I also understand that there is only one of me, and reconciling monthly financials is not my job.
So many times I see entrepreneurs, including myself, procrastinating on the things that are actually the most important in business.
Be it out of fear or rejection, fear of being visible, or simply putting off outsourcing or delegating tasks that are daunting out of fear of spending extra money..
I want you to make a list of three things in your business you procrastinate about. You know, the things you reschedule over and over and over.
After you do that, listen to my podcast where I share 5...
So many times we say ‘it’s important to me!’.
Many times I found myself saying stuff like ‘it’s important to me that the guy I date pays the bill when we go out’. (and get upset when they don’t).
‘Important’ often is the ego’s way to justify attachments and disguise it as a value.
‘It’s important to me to find a husband,’ she said.
Hmm. Is it an intention coming from the spirit, or is it an insecurity and need to...