and how to put them to use now 2018 was a big year for me, both personally and in my business. During my end of year reflection, I pinpointed four things…
Content has literally built my business.
It’s what took me from a brand new entrepreneur with no network to a multiple six-figure earner in under two years. It’s what allowed me to fill my coaching practice within 6 months, and keep it booked ever since.
Sharing valuable content has allowed me to create relationships, build an engaged tribe of over 7000 women entrepreneurs, and ultimately, convert them into paying clients.
Here are 3 ways to effectively use your content to grow an engaged community and book more clients so you can get the results you want in your business. (more…)
Sharing content consistently is something that most, if not all, online entrepreneurs place a lot of value on. We hear how important it is to connect with our audience every day but nobody ever tells us how to do it without being online 24/7!
Planning AND repurposing my content!
I talk to so many amazing women that put a TON of pressure on themselves to create new, exciting content for every platform they’re on multiple times per day. This can be SO draining and unproductive.
The pressure we put on ourselves to constantly create NEW content usually leads to one of two things….. (more…)
Content creation is a muscle we’ve got to work regularly. However, even if we’re used to writing and sharing regular content, sometimes we just feel stuck. It happens to everyone (myself included!) and can be super frustrating if we don’t have the tools to move through it.
Which begs the question: Do you have tools to cultivate inspiration – or are you a slave to inspiration in your business?
If you fall into the latter category, you’re not alone. This is a problem for so many entrepreneurs! We feel like we can only create, make things happen, etc. WHEN we’re feeling inspired and we feel like that inspiration is completely out of our hands.
But, what if we flipped the script and took responsibility for our inspiration? What if we made it our friend? What if we cultivated and nurtured it like an important team member in our business?
Here’s how I do this in my business (and how I help my clients do the same)! (more…)
Content has literally built my business.
It’s taken me from a brand new entrepreneur with no network to a multiple six-figure earner in under two years.
It’s allowed me to build real relationships, real connections, and easily convert clients.
It’s helped me to know my tribe deeply, and make sure I’m always delivering what they want to hear in a way that feels good to me.
Here’s the mindset, strategy, and execution behind using content to build relationships, grow your tribe, and convert fans into paying clients.
Lately I’ve been reflecting on how different my life looks now than it did just over 3 years ago.
The me of 3 years ago was SUPER stressed and overwhelmed leading up to the holidays and NEVER took time off because I wanted my employees to be able to take the time.
I would run around like crazy, always ended up buying premade stuff for Thanksgiving (because I didn’t have time to make it), bought Christmas presents on Christmas Eve (after I left work that is), and even forgot to get my husband a Christmas card 2 years in a row.
Last year I had the extreme pleasure of making my own schedule, not living in burn out mode, and getting to truly ENJOY what the holidays are really about rather than just rushing through them.
To make things even better I got to take 2 ski trips with my husband plus go to New York to see his family.
And I plan on doing the exact same thing this year… trips are already booked!
One of the reasons that I’m able to do all this is because I have my content planned out in advance and I repurpose it effectively so that I can spend more time actually enjoying the holidays rather than feeling like I’m chained to my business.
With Christmas right around the corner, let’s talk about how you can repurpose your content so you can spend more time and energy with family and friends this holiday season!
Are you a slave to your inspiration in your biz??
Seriously, this is a PROBLEM for so many entrepreneurs.
We feel like we can only create, make things happen, etc. WHEN we’re feeling inspired and we feel like our inspiration is TOTALLY out of our hands.
But what if we actually took responsibility for that inspiration?
What if we made it our friend?
What if we cultivated and nurtured it like an important team member in our business?
Then we could create amazing content, put out awesome work and plan in a way that let us have strategy, inspiration AND flow.
Here’s how I do this in my business (and how I help my clients do the same):
This week I want to share with you how you can effectively repurpose your content, and get smart & strategic!
I’ve talked to so many amazing women lately that are putting a TON of pressure on themselves to create new, exciting content for every platform they’re on multiple times per day. This can be SO draining and unproductive. Not to mention, it’s just not necessary, which is why repurposing effectively is so crucial.
Let’s first start with the mindset behind it. We are often putting way more pressure on ourselves than is necessary around new content. We think that if we repurpose content that people will notice and stop following us OR that we won’t be able to generate new clients.
Hint: I’m all about giving value, not being salesy!
Today, I want to share with you an interview I recently did with the amazing Olivia Charlet when I was asked to participate in her “How To Attract Your Next Paying Client” Interview Series.
I was so excited to get to talk to her, and share with all of you exactly what I did to attract paying clients and what my take is on content, messaging, giving value, etc!
This week I want to talk to you about a topic that has been coming up a ton lately with the women I coach. This is the idea that “done is better than perfect”. I want to talk about how to drop the need for perfection and just get moving anyway, which will make all the difference in your business, your content, and your success.
The ability to put content out and make decisions even when it doesn’t feel PERFECT also seems to be one of the things that really separates those that end up finding success + flow and those that end up just burning out. All too often we want to make sure EVERY move we make in our business is PERFECT, and it ends up causing us major stress, keeps us from moving forward, and keeps success + visibility just out of reach.
So let’s talk about how you can incorporate this into your business:
AND obviously more clients + cash!
I have been feeling extra high vibe and thankful this week, and have been spending a lot of time reflecting on how different my life looks now than it did just over 2 years ago.
The me of 2+ years ago was SUPER stressed and overwhelmed during the holidays and NEVER took time off because I wanted my employees to be able to take the time. I would run around like crazy, and always ended up buying Christmas presents on Christmas Eve (after I left work that is). I even forgot to get my husband a Christmas card 2 years in a row.
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.