Curious about what *really* goes into running the day-to-day operations in my business? In this livestream, I pull back the curtain and take a SERIOUS peek behind the scenes in…
Over the past 3+ years as a coach, working with hundreds of women entrepreneurs, I've noticed that many solopreneurs tend to make the same mistakes in their business - and…
If you’re honest with yourself, when was the last time you took a good, hard look at your business to evaluate what you’re doing really well and where you could make improvements?
The truth is that if you don’t take the time to assess what’s working and what’s not, it can feel like an uphill battle to try to actually GROW and get to that next level in your business.
And if we don’t do regular reviews in our business, it can also be super hard to see how far we’ve come and the progress we’ve made!
Here are some action steps you can take to help you to better assess your biz so that it can grow more effectively. (more…)
Over three rounds of A Lit Up Partnership, my past partnership clients created the following results:
- 5x an income
- A Forbes feature
- Filled a practice with ideal clients
- Made $1500 in one week on a passive income product
- Created six figures of income within 6 months
- Hit five figure months consistently
(Just to name a few!!)
These are pretty awesome results, right? After three rounds of the partnership, I am convinced that this isn’t an accident. This process works. This crazy, innovative idea isn’t actually so crazy.
So why has the Partnership helped these women create such incredible results?
Here are 5 key takeaways from the Partnership clients + how you can apply these strategies to YOUR business for big results! (more…)
Business plans are so valuable as solopreneurs and serve as one way to support us in staying focused and creating results quickly (rather than trying to do #allthethings and seeing what sticks).
With the new year, there’s a lot of focus on planning right now. Let’s talk about how to transform our relationship with planning in our business so that we can make it more enjoyable AND follow through on our intentions!
This week I want to talk to you about cultivating inspiration and using inspiration to drive your content creation and business plans.
We’re going to cover:
- Why it’s so important
- How to cultivate your inspiration
- How to use your inspiration to drive your business planning
- How to use inspiration as a motivator
Inspiration is crucial in your business. Inspiration is ultimately what drives us to get up in the morning and keep moving forward in our business, especially when we’re not seeing the results we want. For many entrepreneurs the reason they started their business is because they were inspired by something and felt a serious calling, so continuing to tap into that inspiration and that strong calling you feel is vital. Personally, I’m inspired by helping other women create a lit up life by building a business they love that shares their light and message – that inspires me and makes me want to get up every day.
Let’s talk why consistency is crucial and how to maintain it…
This week I wanted to share with you the importance of being consistent in sharing your content and showing up in your business. We’re going to talk why it’s so important, how to create your own definition of consistency, how to create a plan around your desired level of consistency, and how to use consistency as a relationship builder.
Consistency is so important because it is what ultimately creates a business. Showing up every day and taking the next right action and the next step is the ultimate driving force behind success. However, for many entrepreneurs there’s too much stop and start and then they don’t see the results of the effort they’re putting in, and they find themselves frustrated. However, the results won’t come before consistency is in place.
That is why creating your own definition of consistency is crucial. Ideally you’re showing up and consistently putting out content and being visible every day. However, that doesn’t work for everyone and sometimes that causes new entrepreneurs to stop before they start. The solution? Create your own definition of consistency and stick to it. Also, be sure to make it realistic and ensure that it fits your life and business.