Host Natalie Eckdahl, MBA is a coach to high performing women. She is married with three children ages 6-19. Natalie helps women entrepreneurs own their role as CEO through her business trainings, on air coaching calls and expert interviews. Learn how to master your mindset, grow as a leader, refine your strategies, build your team and gain visibility in your industry. Natalie is also an expert in outsourcing at home and at work.
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Adulting is hard. Turns out this is more than just a funny meme. Adulting really is hard. And many business owners have been expressing the same sentiment. Being a CEO is hard. It makes sense, because as the CEO, the buck stops with you. There's no one higher up the chain to absorb the impact of a rough patch in your business. There's no one who can make business decisions for you. On today's episode $ix Figures Lab Coach Elizabeth Cook and I will talk about the very real pressures of being a business owner. You'll learn how your struggles in business mirror your struggles in your personal life, the two areas that drain your emotional and mental resources the most, and why you need a safe space to discuss your business challenges.
Are you struggling to find more time to work on your business as it grows and also more time for your personal life too? Many women business owners share the same struggle. And it's no wonder because we are all trying to balance multiple roles whether it is as moms, care-takers, partners, volunteers, friends, CEOs, and more. That was certainly the case for $ix Figures Lab member Rachel Cahill, who is a mom of three kids under the age of ten. Rachel is the CEO of a consulting firm that works with anti-hunger nonprofits. And she originally reached out to me because she needed help hiring in her business. Now, she has hired help both in her business and at home, and she says it has been life-changing. Join me for today's episode where Rachel and I talk about why she hired help, the parts that were challenging for her, the mindset shifts she had to go through and the difference it has made.
Do you want to get more leads and convert more of them into clients? Many of the marketers, consultants, and financial professionals in our group coaching program, $ix Figures Lab, initially thought they had a sales problem too. But, as you're about to find out, it's not always that simple. Elizabeth Cook and I will talk about why you may not have a sales problem. You'll learn the real reasons you may be struggling to get leads and how to ensure your offer has the three most often overlooked elements it needs in order to sell — specificity, urgency, and ROI.
Have you been searching for the perfect pricing structure for your business? If so, I have good news and bad news. The bad news is, there is no perfect formula for pricing. Now for the good news — there is more than one way to get paid in your business. And as the CEO, it's your choice. On today's episode $ix Figures Lab Coach Elizabeth Cook and I will share 3 ways marketers, consultants, and financial professionals can get paid. You will learn the pros and cons of each pricing structure, why you may want to offer different structures to different clients, and how your pricing structure may evolve as your business scales.
What do you think of when you hear the term passive income? The idea is incredibly appealing, and the marketing messages used to sell it are extremely persuasive. Imagine a steady stream of income filling your bank account on autopilot, while you relax on a tropical beach or sleep in your own bed. That's every business owner's dream, right? On today's episode $ix Figures Lab Coach Elizabeth Cook and I will talk about the Passive Income Fallacy. We cover why so many business owners waste their precious time and energy in pursuit of an illusion, the truth about what's involved in running a successful online course or membership business, and the business model I recommend instead for marketers, consultants and financial professionals.
Have you noticed a lot more competition for your ideal clients? If you think your market is saturated, you may be right. Over the past decade, I have noticed several entrepreneurial fields becoming crowded. Areas like marketing, consulting, and business and life coaching have grown exponentially — especially since 2020 and the Great Resignation. There are a few reasons for this growth, and on today's episode $ix Figures Lab Coach Elizabeth Cook and I will talk about why certain fields have become saturated and how to ensure you stand out in a crowd. Keep listening to learn the number one mistake service-based business owners make that practically guarantees they will be invisible to their ideal clients, why the way I describe my business has evolved over the years, and how to use the Blue Ocean Strategy to laser in on your niche and specialty.
Do you think you have a marketing problem? Before new clients join us in our group coaching program $ix Figures Lab, we ask them to evaluate and analyze their business across essential areas such as strategy, operations, team, and sub-areas like marketing. This gives us insight into what they believe the problem is and allows us to dig deeper to discover underlying issues. The most common area new clients rank in as needing urgent help is their marketing. They report they aren't doing enough marketing. They don't have a real plan. Or their current marketing plan isn't working. But, nine times out of ten, they don't have a marketing problem. In today's episode, Elizabeth Cook, who is a coach in $ix Figures Lab, and I will talk about why marketing may not be the issue and what the real problem likely is. You'll learn why a marketing problem is a sign you want more control and stability in your business, the reason Marketers, Consultants and Financial Professionals don't need an all-out marketing blitz, and what to do instead of wishing for a magic formula.
What I have learned over the last decade working individually with over 1,000 women entrepreneurs, is that we all have blind spots when it comes to our businesses and we are each focusing on things that may not be moving our business forward even though it may feel like we are keeping very, very busy. My guess is that you are doing things to attempt to attract your ideal clients that they do not care about, notice or even participate in. So effectively, you're wasting your time. One of the challenges here for all of us is that often the loudest marketers, the most flashy, the ones with the best ads, they seem that they have it all together. And they're telling us that we need to do these things and they have really big budgets behind their messaging. They do that without regard to the business model you are building. My goal is to help you maximize the time you spend bringing clients into your business. In January, I created a live video for my clients in $ix Figures Lab that I want to share with you today. Afterwards, I'll circle back and give you some things you can think about as you decide what activities to keep, adjust or delete and what opportunities to say a hard yes to or a hard no.
Are you playing the long game in your business? I hope that question is like a breath of fresh air for you. Because, as a business business owner, you are constantly bombarded with messages about instant results, overnight success, and ways to make money fast. At BizChix, we do things differently. We help our clients build an Enduring Business, one that is enjoyable, profitable, and sustainable. In order to build an Enduring Business, you must have a long-term perspective. In today's episode, Six Figures Lab coach Elizabeth Cook and I will talk about what it means to play the long game in your business. You will learn why we always ask our clients to start with the end in mind, how to reinvigorate your goals by setting specific intentions for your money, and how to create momentum with relationship marketing.
You don't need a massive team to have a highly profitable business as a marketer, consultant or financial professional. But you do need a high performing team. What would it be like if you could give every member of your current or future team a five star rating? Can you imagine how your entire business and life would change if you had that kind of support? Your team includes anyone you pay to support you — either in your business, or in your personal life. Many of the women we work with in our group coaching program Six Figures Lab, have reached a tipping point in their service-based business, and they are ready to bring in more support in business, at home, or both. But they often get hung up on the idea that their team has to be massive or full-time. It doesn't. Elizabeth Cook, who coaches with me in Six Figures Lab, joins me to discuss building your lean dream team. You will learn how to rate your team members using one to five stars, why your goal should be five star support all around, and what to do about team members who are not performing at a five star level.
Have you considered working in a fractional role with your clients? The most common fractional roles include fractional chief financial officer, chief marketing officer, chief operations officer and chief people officer. Some of our clients come to us already offering fractional packages. Or we help them pivot into a fractional role after joining $ix Figures Lab because it elevates their position in the marketplace and reflects the value they are creating for their clients already. In this episode, Elizabeth Cook, a coach in Six Figures Lab, and I will talk about working in a fractional role, and I'll share why I hired a CMO this year. You will learn why your clients might consider hiring you in a fractional role — instead of hiring a full-time employee, what a fractional role might look like, and how to start re-positioning yourself to sell fractional services.
Does it ever make sense to offer a discount on your services? My stance on discounts is a solid no. But it's not quite that simple. If you're anything like some of our clients, you may get creative when it comes to discounting your services by trying to find an exception to the no discounts rule. What about you? Are you coming up with creative ways to offer a discount without calling it a discount? If so, stop right there and listen to today's episode. Elizabeth Cook, who is a coach in Six Figures Lab, and I will talk about why you should never offer discounts, even to your long-term clients. And you will learn why you don't have to offer discounts to get clients, how to respond if a client asks for a discount, and how to navigate a subcontracting arrangement that might involve lowering your rates.
Where are you hiding in your business? Now, you might think I'm only talking about hiding from visibility opportunities, but hiding is about more than visibility. And you might think we're going to discuss procrastination because so many business owners use it to avoid making difficult decisions or taking action. Hiding in your business goes a layer deeper, and it may be harder to recognize because it appears to be productive. In today's episode, Elizabeth Cook, who is a coach in our $ix Figures Lab group coaching program, and I will talk about what it means to hide in your business and what it's costing you. You will learn about the top three hiding mechanisms entrepreneurs use to avoid making changes in their business, including hiding behind your content, your network, and your client work.
Are you an absolute expert in your field — but you're not an expert at running a business? This is the most common roadblock for our clients, including today's guest Sarah Russo who is an alumni member of our Six Figures Lab Group Coaching program. Sarah is the Founder of Page One Media, a boutique literary publicity and marketing firm for authors, experts, and literary companies. In this episode, she shares how her love for books evolved into a career, including the aha moment she had when author Mary Higgins Clark visited her elementary school classroom. Sarah launched her firm after working long hours in publishing and having to constantly tell authors no. Now, she and her team love telling authors yes and are willing to experiment, as long as she believes the strategy will be effective. Sarah shares how her business has transformed since joining $ix Figures Lab — including executing a complete rebrand, hiring two new team members, getting operational support, and planning strategically for the future.
How many of your clients have your personal cell phone number? If this method of communication works for you, that's fine. However, it quickly becomes a problem if your client has an all-access pass to your time, and you feel like you can't say no, especially to those quick texts after hours and on weekends. Maybe this communication style worked when you started your business and had only a few clients. Now, it has become overwhelming and intrusive as more and more clients have access to you. It will come as no surprise that this is a boundary issue. In today's episode, Elizabeth Cook, who coaches with me in our $ix Figures Lab Group Coaching Program, joins me to discuss how to set communication boundaries to protect your time, your team, and your business.
It could be where they work, their working hours, their communication style, lack of attention to detail or how they present themselves to your clients. Sometimes we let team members go without giving them a chance to make changes and perhaps as leaders we have not clearly communicated and set boundaries. In today's episode, I'm joined by Elizabeth Cook, who coaches with me in our $ix Figures Lab Group Coaching Program. We discuss common themes that show up with our clients and how to recognize boundary issues with your team. You will learn how boundaries affect your team's performance, why your team needs you to provide clear expectations and uphold them, the simple, disarming way to start a boundary-related conversation, and how to know it's time to set new boundaries with your Team.
Do your clients know what your boundaries are? How about your team? Boundary issues come up a lot in with our clients, so please know you are not alone. If you struggle with holding boundaries in your personal life they will inevitably bleed into your business. If you don't have policies and contracts in place, chances are no one knows what your boundaries are — possibly not even you. In today's episode, Elizabeth Cook, who coaches with me in our $ix Figures Lab Group Coaching Program, joins me to discuss why policies and contracts are the foundational pieces for setting and holding clear boundaries in your business. The good news is, if you've been running your business without policies and contracts, you can always renegotiate the terms of engagement with your clients and team. Keep listening to learn how boundary issues show up with your clients and team, and how to uphold your boundaries even when it's uncomfortable.
How do you go from juggling multiple offers to focusing on what's most profitable and aligned in your business? The truth is, many business owners experiment with different revenue streams, such as online courses, digital products, group coaching offers, and done-for-you services. But most entrepreneurs quickly find that their energy is spread too thin. And, when your offers are scattered, your revenue is scattered too. I have seen this pattern with many of my clients, including Dr. Charlotte Huntley who is an Epidemiologist, Public Health Entrepreneur, Consultant, and CEO. Charlotte works to bridge the gap between public health and entrepreneurship by supporting public health entrepreneurs and health-focused industry leaders. She is also the host of the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations Podcast. She took the leap from employee to full-time business owner right before the pandemic began, after landing a large consulting project. For Charlotte, the timing brought both opportunity and an avalanche. Since Epidemiologists collect and analyze data to investigate health issues, including new viruses, Charlotte was immediately inundated with requests from people all over the world. She knew she needed guidance, support, and a community to establish and grow her business. That's when she discovered $ix Figures Lab, our group coaching program where we help our clients position themselves in the marketplace, so they are attracting their highest level work and serving their dream clients. Join me for today's episode with Dr. Charlotte Huntley as she shares how we transformed her very niche business from pieced together and overwhelming, to streamlined and profitable.
Do you know exactly what to do to grow and scale your business in 2023? Or maybe your to-do list is stuffed with random tasks you think you should be doing? If you feel pulled in a thousand different directions, and you're not sure what actually moves the needle in your business, you are in luck. In today's episode, we have narrowed the list down to the top five things you must do this year, in order to grow your service-based business.
Do you have a plan for what you can stop doing in your business this year? You probably have an exciting plan mapped out for 2023. But in addition to all of the things you will do, we always recommend taking a step back and assessing what is not working for you. In today's episode, Elizabeth Cook, who coaches with me in our $ix Figures Lab group coaching program, joins me to discuss the top five things you don't have to do in 2023, so you can free up your time and energy for high impact activities.
In a world obsessed with instant results, what does it take to build an enduring business? Ultimately, creating an enduring business is what we help all of our clients do at BizChix. And you might be wondering exactly what that means. My definition of an enduring business is one that is profitable, enjoyable, and sustainable. In today's episode, I'm joined by Elizabeth Cook, who coaches with me in our $ix Figures Lab program. Together, we will unpack each of the three pillars of an enduring business and how you can use them to identify opportunities for improvement and growth in your business.
Do you know exactly what to focus on every day to grow your business? Not knowing which actions will actually move the needle in your business is one of the biggest challenges facing entrepreneurs today. After all, there are thousands of strategies and tactics you could try. But which one is the best for YOU? Too often, I see business owners trying to do all of the things in their business. And that is a recipe not only for burnout, but also for a slow growing business. In today's episode, I want to re-introduce you to the Pareto Principle, also known as the 80/20 Rule, which states that 80 percent of your results come from 20 percent of your efforts. You have probably heard of this principle in relation to productivity and time management. But the 80/20 principle applies across almost anything that has a cause and effect, or inputs and outputs.
Are you running your business from a state of overwhelm? If so, you will struggle to achieve your goals. How do I know? Because when you are in a state of overwhelm, you cannot see, plan, or act from a place of clarity. Overwhelm happens you have too many requirements on your time and energy. You feel like you are drowning in your to-do list. And your capacity is maxed out. As a CEO, you need a clear mind, so you can think strategically and envision what you want from your business and personal life. But that's not possible when you're operating in a constant state of overwhelm. Please know you are not alone and don't wait to get out of overwhelm to ask for help. Most of our clients in Six Figures Lab arrived in overwhelm and it is one of my favorite things to help small business owners get out of. In today's episode, I reveal why business owners at all levels find themselves overwhelmed, how to ask for help, and how to identify what you can release in your business and life to free up your energy.
How do you make sales and keep growing your business during a recession? This is a hot topic of conversation among my clients and the women business owners in the BizChix community. Whether we are officially in a recession or not, the U.S. economy is in a downturn. Naturally, many of you are worried about how this might affect the buying behaviors of your ideal clients and ultimately, the financial health of your business. It turns out that we have a sales expert with 25 years of experience, who is a member of our year-long group coaching program $ix Figures Lab. And she not only loves to teach other entrepreneurs how to sell in a recession — she says it can be easy. In today's episode, Tammy Jones, the Founder of Selling to Scale, and I will talk about how to sell during a recession, even if you're not a sales expert.
Are you playing the comparison game? The one where you scroll through social media and see all of the wins your competition is celebrating, or their new branding, or their new offer… And suddenly, you feel like you are falling behind. Sound familiar? In today's episode, I will share why no one wins the comparison game, and I will let you in on a life-changing secret. The truth is, no one has it all together. Everyone is a mess. That's right. Behind the social media filter, we are all a mess, including me.
On today's special Thanksgiving episode, we talk with Tara Humphrey, CEO of THC Primary Care, a healthcare consulting firm in London. Tara shares with us the life-changing power of positivity, how she sets goals, and how her daily practice of affirmations changed her mindset, her business, and her life as a whole. Because when we focus on how we want to feel, rather than where we are, anything is possible.
What if one simple shift in your priorities could decrease your workload and increase your revenue? The simple shift is prioritizing conversations over content. This might surprise you because as entrepreneurs, we are told to produce tons of free content in multiple forms for multiple platforms. Frankly, churning out content for your business can be exhausting. But the real problem is not the amount of time and energy it takes. The real problem is the lost opportunity to have real conversations. Just one conversation is much more likely to result in referrals, clients, and revenue than publishing one hundred pieces of content. In today's episode, Elizabeth Cook, who is the accountability coach in $ix Figures Lab, and I will talk about the content-heavy business model, why it may not work for your business, and why posting content should not be your go-to strategy for getting clients.
Are you holding onto something in your business that is not right for you simply because you already invested significant time, money or energy in it? Maybe it is a course, coach, software, strategy, client relationship, or an employee. Even though you are not getting the results you want, you are holding on for dear life. We see this often with the women entrepreneurs in our community. And I even hear some version of it when women debate whether or not to join us for our group coaching program, $ix Figures Lab. Many women tell me they feel guilty about making a new investment because their last one did not pan out. I understand why they feel this way. After all, no one wants to waste money. But let me ask you — how much is holding on truly costing you? In today's episode, Elizabeth Cook, who is the accountability coach in $ix Figures Lab, and I will talk about Sunk-Cost Fallacy, how it can block your progress, and how to know when to let it go.
What would change in your business and life if you were not the only one who delivered service to your clients? What would be possible? Many of our clients in our signature group coaching program, $ix Figures Lab, want to shift some of their client workload to their team. It is a sign of growth that your business is able to attract more clients than you are able to handle on your own. But it may also be a struggle to trust someone else with your clients. In today's episode, Elizabeth Cook, our accountability coach at BizChix, and I talk about taking client work off of your plate and adding it to your team's plate. We walk you through the emotional, practical, and tactical aspects involved in taking a step back from client work in order to step into your bigger vision as a CEO.
What if you are confident in your expertise, but you are not sure what to do next in your business? If you are trying all the things and you have hit a growth plateau, this episode is for you. Many of my clients experience a plateau. They have built a solid client base. Yet, they struggle to advance to the next level. Cathy Heflin is one of those clients who hit a plateau and overcame it with the help of $ix Figures Lab by actually doing less in her business. Cathy lives in Pasadena, Maryland, and she is a Pinterest Marketing Consultant for e-commerce brands. Most of her clients are monetizing Pinterest and have online shops. In this episode, Cathy and I talk about what was missing in her business when she joined $ix Figures Lab, what it means to be coachable, and how she doubled her monthly revenue in just 6 months by focusing on revenue-generating activities, reducing some of her offers and optimizing the remaining offers.
It's a controversial opinion. But for most small business owners, hiring interns is not a good idea. Oftentimes our Six Figures Lab clients arrive in a state of overwhelm. While it might initially seem easy and cost effective, hiring is a big process. And with interns, you'll be training someone who will take longer to do the work than someone with experience - which only compounds the problem and feelings of overwhelm. Today, we see why hiring interns is not your best bet.
Do you embrace vision casting in your business? Large corporations and organizations use this strategy to smash goals and build their businesses. But, small businesses can also leverage the same processes to create a clear vision for the future of their business so they know where and how to steer the ship. Vision casting is the process of creating a vivid mental image of where you want your business to be at some point in the future. You need to know the vision to understand what you need to build or let go of in order to achieve it. But, it's also got to be a team effort. You must communicate your vision to your team so that everyone can work together to create a roadmap that guides the business to the final destination. If you want to learn more about vision casting for your business, join me on this episode of the podcast. We're looking at the big picture concept of knowing your vision and how to share it with your team. Creating a vision for your business involves thinking, processing and dreaming.
In today's episode, Elizabeth Cook, our $ix Figures Lab Accountability Coach, and I, discuss the importance of taking a break from the ever-spinning hamster wheel. Today we establish how to create boundaries with your clients (and social media), and how to take care of yourself. Whether it's getting into your body with a walk, getting your energy up by dancing around the house, getting deep restful sleep, or even writing down your thoughts and ideas - taking a break is restorative for you and your business. Have you considered: are you running your business or is your business running you? A 24 hour break may be just what you need to restore peace, joy and passion in your business and life.
One of the driving motivations for me is to help women business owners have businesses that create wealth for themselves, their families, their communities and future generations. This means creating a business that pays you a market based wage AND profit. On this episode of the BizChix Podcast, our Six Figures Lab Accountability Coach, Elizabeth Cook, joins as we normalize talking about money, understanding our business finances, and being okay with creating wealth. And yes, it is okay to do that!
Let's get into the nitty gritty of experimenting in your business. Join Natalie and Elizabeth Cook, our Accountability Coach in $ix Figures Lab, as we break down what experimenting is, how long you need to test it out, and what it means for your offer. From price points to targeted clients to relationship marketing, we discuss the strategy behind experimentation in your business and how to get important feedback (hint: your network is a two way street). So before you head back to the drawing board, Natalie has some helpful suggestions, pointers, and tips to make your business's experiment practical, profitable, and proactive.
Would you like a formula that leads to ideal clients? Today, I'm sharing how I teach my clients to create a pipeline of ideal clients by taking offline relationships online. There is gold in your local market which you may be ignoring or not fully leveraging - and LinkedIn is the key.
Do you know how you solve problems? When faced with a brand new challenge, how do you analyze a problem and take action? Today, we introduce you to our secret weapon in the $ix Figures Lab coaching program - the Kolbe A™ index. Looking beyond intelligence and emotions, the Kolbe A™ index identifies your innate approach to problem solving. Elizabeth Cook, our $ix Figures Lab Accountability Coach and Kolbe Certified Consultant, joins me on this episode as we dig into all things Kolbe. Fascinated by the science of motivation and supporting clients in their goals through accountability, Elizabeth brings her insatiable curiosity and critical thinking to each and every coaching conversation with clients. Discover the benefits of knowing your team members' Kolbe scores, how it can change your relationships, both personal and professional, and why we pay for all of our clients to take the Kolbe as part of our $ix Figures Lab program. CLICK HERE to reserve your seat for the BizChix Strategic CEO Day. CLICK HERE to apply to work with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode. This episode was first published at BizChix.com/540. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
Does your network know the best way to refer you business? Today, my $ix Figures Lab client, Shireen Motara, joins me in this on-air coaching call as I help her navigate how to specialize in her services so that she can become highly referable and attract her ideal clients. Join Shireen and I in this episode to hear how you can break through mindset limitations and keep a stable income while transitioning to a specialized niche. CLICK HERE to apply to work with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode. This episode was first published at BizChix.com/539. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
LinkedIn can be an amazing platform to connect with potential clients, yet many entrepreneurs aren't leveraging their LinkedIn network. Today, my client and CEO of a LinkedIn marketing agency, Louise Brogan, joins me to share her insights on the best way to use LinkedIn for relationship marketing including why you should show up as a thought leader so you can expand your network and how you can optimize your profile. Join Louise and I to hear how you make yourself stand out on LinkedIn, so you can grow your network and gain referrals. CLICK HERE to learn more about working with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode. This episode was first published at BizChix.com/538. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
It's essential that you understand your ideal clients thoughts and behaviors before they contact you. Today our Accountability Coach, Elizabeth Cook, joins me as I go through what the ideal client journey would look like for certain businesses including what could lead a client to hire you, how you can position yourself as the perfect hire and how to utilize your network. Join Elizabeth and I to hear how you can learn your ideal clients actions and how you can demonstrate the transformation you provide. CLICK HERE to learn more about working with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode. This episode was first published at BizChix.com/537. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
Is your mindset holding you back from reaching new heights in your business? Today, our Accountability Coach, Elizabeth Cook and I explain what an upper limit is when it comes to your business, and share some ideas and strategies on how you can reset your mindset so you can stop being stuck in self-sabotage and limiting beliefs. Join us in this episode to learn how you can get over your mindset limitations, shift your worries to positive thoughts and take action. CLICK HERE to learn more about working with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode. This episode was first published at BizChix.com/536. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
Are you making it easy for your network to refer you business? Today, my client Lynn Zimmerman, a Communication Strategist, joins me in this on-air-coaching call as I offer advice on how she can leverage relationship marketing, ask her network for referrals and position her business so that there is clarity on who she helps and the transformation she provides. Join me in this episode to learn how you can be open to receiving and accepting help from your network to strategically grow your business. CLICK HERE to learn more about working with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode. This episode was first published at BizChix.com/535. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
Are you an entrepreneur currently in the in-between stage of being a solopreneur and an agency and you need to start thinking of hiring but you're not quite ready to hire another you? Today I'm joined by our Accountability Coach, Elizabeth Cook, as we go over the benefits and steps of hiring for micro-positions in your business, including how to determine what tasks you can delegate to give yourself more time to focus on clients. Join Elizabeth and I in this episode to learn how you can start delegating small tasks in your business so you can focus on your zone of genius and increase your capacity without overwhelm. CLICK HERE to learn more about working with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode. This episode was first published at BizChix.com/534. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
Speaking engagements can be one of the fastest ways to grow your business and position yourself as an expert. On today's episode our Accountability Coach, Elizabeth Cook, joins me as I share some of the best ways to leverage speaking opportunities to fill your business with ideal clients and how you can strategically find the best speaking engagements for your niche. Join Elizabeth and I in this episode to learn how you can use speaking engagements to your benefit while serving the audience. CLICK HERE to learn more about working with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to receive our complimentary feedback form. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode. This episode was first published at BizChix.com/533. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
Have you reached capacity in your business and you're wondering if building an agency is the next step to scaling? Today, my client Debbie Gonzales, a Pinterest Strategist who is currently building a Pinterest marketing agency, joins me in this on-air-coaching session as I share the correct steps to take when it comes to building a thriving agency that serves your ideal market. Join me in this episode to learn how you can build a team, increase revenue and grow your business as an agency. CLICK HERE to learn more about working with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode This episode was first published at BizChix.com/532. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
Do you have a time in your business when you disappointed a client or made a mistake? On today's episode, our BizChix Accountability Coach, Elizabeth Cook, joins me to talk about how you can recover from a rough client experience and how to appropriately respond both to the client and to yourself so that it doesn't affect your confidence. Join Elizabeth and I to learn how you can maintain your client relationships after making a mistake and how you can move forward and take action as a leader. CLICK HERE to learn more about working with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode This episode was first published at BizChix.com/531. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
Would you like to get more testimonials for your business and leverage the ones you've already received? Today, our BizChix Accountability Coach, Elizabeth Cook, joins me as I share easy strategies to get more testimonials and how you can leverage them to grow in your business and show your credibility. Join Elizabeth and I in this episode to hear how you can get and use memorable testimonials to show the impactful transformation you've given to your clients. CLICK HERE to learn more about working with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode This episode was first published at BizChix.com/530. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
Today in this on-air coaching call, I'm joined by Lisa Fortenbaugh, a member of $ix Figures Lab and a Human Resources Consultant who recently switched up her niche and needs some guidance on how to get in front of her new ideal clients. I give Lisa strategies and tips to get more visibility in front of her new niche. Join Lisa and I in this episode to learn how you can educate your referral network, and start showing up in front of your ideal clients. CLICK HERE to learn more about working with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode This episode was first published at BizChix.com/529. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
Do you find yourself needing to educate your referral network or your potential clients about what you do and who you serve? On today's episode, I'm joined by our BizChix Accountability Coach Elizabeth Cook, as we talk about how you can stand out in your field, position yourself uniquely in your business and offer services that people are already looking to pay for. Join us to learn how you can position yourself and your offers as valuable and create a profitable, sustainable business that's easy. CLICK HERE to apply to work with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab enrolling now for a June 22nd start CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode This episode was first published at BizChix.com/528. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.
Are you a CEO who has too many offers or services and it's confusing potential clients? Today, I'm joined by our BizChix Accountability Coach Elizabeth Cook, as we discuss how having too many offers may be stalling your business growth, confusing potential clients and causing decision fatigue. Join us in this episode to learn how simplifying your offers could help your business growth and make your business more referable. CLICK HERE to apply to work with Natalie in $ix Figures Lab enrolling now for a June 22nd start CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode This episode was first published at BizChix.com/527. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or at BizChix.com/category/team.