After several lackluster experiences working for door-to-door businesses and solar companies, Kota Ivers did what entrepreneurs do: built his own company. But he didn't want to build any old solar company; he wanted to build the best one possible — one that delivered exceptional experiences to both customers and representatives. After cutting their teeth with a successful solar coaching company, Kota and his partners decided to start a new solar sales company, and GR8FL Solar was born. Kota Ivers is a 28 year old solar sales pro, master recruiter & CEO of GR8FL Solar. He has personally recruited over 600 people through social media, personally closed over 15 million dollars in sales, as well as built and still runs multiple profitable companies. Kota has helped hundreds of people level up in sales, recruiting and developing stronger daily habits to succeed in a big way.
It is possible to be a business owner and not be a business person. If you are buying a company owned by someone like this, this is for you.Greg Beckgreg@capital-tactics.com513-379-2399
People always ask me “What's the one thing I need to do that will guarantee my success?” The most successful clients we've had in CoD, whether they were dating coaches, doctors, marriage coaches, real estate agents, financial coaches or handstand coaches… All had one thing in common: a rock-solid mindset about their business. So if you want to know a few of the inside mindset secrets we teach our clients so you can create the income, freedom and impact you want in your business… Tune in.
Join our resident Business Ninja Kelsey, together with the Founder and CEO of Diamond Wealth Strategies, Ron Diamond, as they talk about how this financial service firm focuses exclusively on the unique goals and objectives of Family Offices, and as Ron Diamond is a family man first and foremost, this also reflects the importance of teaching the younger generation the value of knowing and understanding about venture capital and private equity. Family offices are private wealth management advisory firms that serve ultra-high-net-worth individuals, and Diamond Wealth Strategies is proud to provide an economic ecosystem for those to share resources and best practices to create efficiency and generational wealth. Their expertise is in the areas of estate planning, retirement planning, executive compensation, business succession, and philanthropy. An important area for every investor to know is how a Family Office invests differently to the average investor. This includes minimising conflicted advice, making investments with asymmetric risk, favouring direct investments, pooling expenses and focusing on capital protection (minimising all Family Office Investment risks outside of commercial risk). Diamond Wealth Strategies does not replace a client's legal, tax, or financial advisors. Instead, we work closely with a client's existing advisor network to best develop and implement innovative wealth, gift, and tax planning strategies. Learn more about them by visiting their website at https://www.diamondwealthstrategies.com/.-----Do you want to be interviewed for your business? Schedule time with us, and we'll create a podcast like this for your business: https://www.WriteForMe.io/-----https://www.facebook.com/writeforme.iohttps://www.instagram.com/writeforme.io/https://twitter.com/writeformeiohttps://www.linkedin.com/company/writeforme/https://www.pinterest.com/andysteuer/Want to be interviewed on our Business Ninjas podcast? Schedule time with us now, and we'll make it happen right away! Check out WriteForMe, more than just a Content Agency! See the Faces Behind The Voices on our YouTube Channel!
This episode is short, sweet, and designed to uplift. You know how you truly feel about your business and why you decided to become an entrepreneur. We will remind you of that on Episode 159 of The FastForwardAmy Show.In this week's episode, Amy breaks down the true meaning of being a successful entrepreneur and the lessons she has learnt from her own experience which helped her come to work happy everyday.In Episode 159 of The FastForwardAmy Show, Amy discusses new ways to view targets, outcomes, intentions, and deadlines that will help you go from feeling like a failure to feeling like you're winning everyday.You can find a written recap of this video and the key takeaways on my website: https://fastforwardamy.com/159Get more daily tips on mindset and business on my other channels:Instagram: https://instagram.com/fastforwardamy/Website: https://fastforwardamy.com/
How can you stop procrastinating due to fear and talking yourself out of something you know could be amazing? Jill Stanton, creator of Millionaire Girls Club, joined me during a live training session to discuss those questions and more. Her own experiences have taught her—and will teach you in this episode—how to surrender to what's aligned with you, take action, and go with the flow of what's happening instead of constantly trying to go against the current. And be sure to listen for how and why to make what's most familiar, unfamiliar. (It's so good!) - Follow Alison on Instagram and Facebook @alisonjprince- Get your free Because I Can planner (you just pay shipping) at https://go.alisonjprince.com/clanner-planner - Listen to Jill's first podcast episode at https://www.alisonjprince.com/podcast/jill-stanton-play-to-win/-Follow Jill Stanton on Instagram @themillionairegirlsclub
Hey startup businesses and solopreneurs!If you are feeling any bit of a lack of confidence or imposter syndrome in your business, here are the mindsets you may be missing.If you need immediate help that will massively help you out, book a complimentary consultation with me for 45 minutes and you'll have great direction by the end of it.https://calendly.com/igmsecrets/salesAfter Hours Entrepreneur: Your Guide to Profitable, 6-Figure YearsQuit your job. Make more money.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify-----Host, Derek VidellDownload Free Course: How to Build and Monetize a Following in 90 Days or Less - Your Guide to Running Profitable Instagram AdsInstagram | YouTube | Website | LinkedIn
Amanda Walker is a certified master coach who inspires coaches to become better coaches. Amanda is passionate about helping coaches and online service-based business owners get their clients massive results in order to grow a profitable coaching practice. She is the host of the Best Damn Coach Podcast and runs the premier coaching program for coaches, Best Damn Coach. Here's what we covered on the episode: Amanda's Start to Coaching How Amanda had sent me a pitch over the summer to come on the show and talk about high-touch marketing strategies that you can use to grow your business organically Amanda's perspective is that everyone is a coach in some way – if you're a parent, you're a coach; if you're a spouse, you're a coach; if you run a business, you're talking to clients that you're coaching in some element This first coaching job Amanda had was coaching boy's pee-wee basketball at age 15 – it was that job that made her realize she had a passion and a gift for helping people create results Amanda wore a lot of different coaching hats and was a teacher, but the year after her son was born, she decided she didn't want to continue teaching; Amanda took a year of sabbatical in case she wanted to come back but ended up falling into entrepreneurship How Amanda opened how her own coaching practice in the health and fitness industry, which she did for about 6 years - she had success in organically attracting many coaches and aspiring coaches Many coaches attracted to Amanda's work wanted her to help them in their business, which is how she decided to move in that direction with her business Amanda wanted to help coaches scale to 6 figures and beyond practitioners but, more importantly, work on the art and mastery of coaching because she believes there are a lot of outside resources, but the one thing that will trump when it comes to growing your business organically is, results that you create with your clients After Amanda had children, she went through a personal weight loss journey, and her first clients were her fellow gym-goers who saw her transformation and wanted help doing the same thing As business owners, we're all serving people, and the most important thing we will do is create results because our people become walking billboard advertisements for us The first few years of Amanda's coaching business were done through email because she was afraid of live coaching, and for the first client she had, she charged $50 for the month because she was scared to ask for money The online coaching industry is predicted to be a 20-billion-dollar industry globally by the end of 2022 Because there are so many online coaches, Amanda's mission is to help her clients stand out, and her perspective is that you don't do that from fancy Facebook ads or templates – what makes them stand out is who they are as people and how they connect with others Amanda's Offerings + High-Touch Strategies Amanda's signature program, Best Damn Coach, is a 6-month to year-long experience - Amanda believes it doesn't do service to entrepreneurs to have a course, step-by-step mission – Amanda believes in real-life support from real-life people holding space for us to be accountable The Business Accelerator is another one of Amanda's offerings that aim to take coaches, consultants, and mentors to the 6-figure mark Amanda's high-level mastermind called the Inner Circle for those who are already succeeding and looking for intimate upleveling strategies – they have live events and retreats that coincide with this mastermind Why Amanda keeps one-to-one clients because she believes that to teach coaching, she needs to be involved in it When you're growing organically, the first thing you need to do, Amanda says, is shut out the rest of the noise and get back to the basics of human connection How you can grow to a 6-figure business without a large email list through intentional connections with your small audience At the core level, we are meant to be part of a tribe; when we think about that, we have more opportunities to make our clients feel connected to us, safe, and trusted. Amanda is a practitioner of NLP, and something she teaches her clients right away is understanding what rapport is – there's verbal rapport and unconscious rapport When you hear someone's voice or when you hear your name, you automatically build a deeper level of unconscious rapport, which is why Amanda teaches clients to take communication out of text messages and take them into audio or video Amanda shares that she communicates with her email list twice a week – One is a call to action to listen to that week's episode of the Best Damn Coach Podcast, and the other is a message dedicated to celebrating clients When Amanda showcases the results clients are having, it builds trust – she usually takes a screenshot of a result a client shared with her and writes about it High-touch strategies to Amanda is going above and beyond in the most personal way to cultivate a feeling Amanda leverages audio and video in email marketing by sending a video in the first email after someone signs up for one of her programs so they can see her and hear her voice Another high-touch strategy Amanda does is calling each person who signs up for one of her programs When Amanda has a warm connection, she will reach out with a personal audio message Amanda is constantly looking to nurture the person versus taking a blanket approach to marketing The story of Amanda's client who hosted a workshop and how she sent a personalized audio message to those who attended and those who signed up but didn't attend to see if they had any questions – she got great results from this high-touch strategy that led to a purchase of the workshop Another client of Amanda's sends audio messages back in response to the direct messages she receives on Instagram and asks to hop on a call with them to help answer their question further, which has yielded great results Inside Amanda's Best Damn Coach program, they focus on the 4 Ss of coaching: Sales, Service, Strategy, and Self-Coaching In the Business Accelerator program, they dive deeper into creating frameworks by looking at the common steps clients take when they see success Within Amanda's teaching, there are many frameworks she uses; one, for example, is the BEST model is one Amanda teaches to create flow and results inside a coaching session In the Best Damn Coach Podcast, Amanda explains that they focus on 3 things – 1) helping listeners be better coaches, mentors, and guides, 2) helping listeners coach themselves, 3) helping listeners grow a thriving business Two things in Amanda's business that she has stuck to are communicating with her email list every week and posting consistently with her podcast because she says it's important to show up when people are expecting you to Amanda says entrepreneurship was the greatest journey of personal development she never knew she needed because it brings up insecurities and weaknesses that are exposed for a growth opportunity How personal development is tied directly to your profit – Amanda says if you are not nurturing yourself, there is no way to handle the mindset drama that happens inside a business Personal practices that Amanda uses are journaling and using her personal certifications to visualize where she dreams of taking her business What Makes a Good Coach? When someone says yes to you, Amanda says you have to understand that clients go through a moment of buyer's remorse, so immediately you want to instill belief in them and reconfirm that their success is inevitable, which is a step many people miss because they're more focused on the details like booking a call with them or having them fill out a form One thing that makes a great coach is your ability to create results – Amanda says if your clients are putting in the work and they don't see results, it's time to reevaluate your coaching, and just because you get a certification, it does not mean that you are ready, able or confident enough to cultivate that Another piece that Amanda believes makes a great coach is your ability to do the work yourself – Amanda says she only takes her clients as far as she's willing to go herself A couple of reasons coaches don't make money is because of fear, they don't have a clear offer, or because they have money drama – in the beginning, people want to be accessible to everyone, but you might not always be the best fit for someone to come in and invest in you In the past couple of years, Amanda thinks the global pandemic positively impacted the online coaching world through many opportunities because coaching becomes more powerful as more people are exposed to it Amanda also believes coaching rivals therapy because there are things coaches can do that therapists are limited to – it's the reason she works with so many therapists that are transitioning into coaching because they see the value in both During the pandemic, Amanda also learned that there are a lot of disappointing things happening in the coaching world around integrity There is no barrier to entry in the coaching world, so anyone can decide to be a coach for whatever they want, and no one is checking in on them; there's no certification required Amanda created the Best Damn Coach program because they believe you don't need a certification to be an amazing coach, but you do need to have a heart for integrity, hone your craft, and be able to learn from other people Listen to the Best Damn Coach Podcast – on Tuesdays, they release content-driven episodes, and on Fridays, they release behind-the-scenes episodes where you get to hear Amanda live coach somebody Connect with Amanda on Instagram, where she has many free resources Links mentioned: Best Damn Coach Podcast Best Damn Coach Program The Business Accelerator Inner Circle Connect with Amanda on Instagram Like what you heard? 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Do you find you are just going through the motions in your business? Are you lacking the focus or desire to work “ON” the business vs just “IN” the business? Sometimes we need a little push to get back on track so we can take our business to the next level. _______________________________
If you're like me you really do try to see the many ways the Lord is providing in your business...but too often you don't fully recognize it for a few hours or maybe, just maybe, a day or two later. I get it. I'm so guilty of this! I keep asking the Lord to help me see Him FIRST! To acknowledge Him FIRST! This is exactly what we're talking about today...setting our mind on the Lord...seeing His FAITHFULNESS and STEADFAST LOVE towards us. He shows it to us in so many ways, but I want to encourage you to see the love and faithfulness He's pouring out over you in your business even today! Grab you favorite coffee and that snuggly blanket and get ready to set your mind on the goodness and faithfulness of God. xx, Michelle _____________________ JOIN THE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: bit.ly/christianmindsetsupport FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/itsmemichellecastro/ Are you on Pinterest? So am I! Go find me: https://www.pinterest.com/itsmemichellecastro/ Where to find me: https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com SUBSCRIBE + FREE GIFT: https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com/subscribe
My guest on this podcast transforms the way people think and feel about themselves. Her name is Nadine Champion, and yes, she is actually a champion in more ways than one.She is a martial artist with almost 30 years of experience. An undefeated fighter, an inspirational speaker and author. She's also a highly sought-after mindset coach who helps people foster courage, adapt to change and develop resilience. I met Nadine several years ago now. We were both at a Facebook event on International Women's Day – Nadine was the keynote speaker, a fabulous one at that and I facilitated a female exec panel. It was a terrific event attended by people from Google, Twitter, and LinkedIn at the Facebook offices in Sydney. Sometimes you just connect with people, it's easy, and that was definitely my experience with Nadine. She is just one of those great humans that I enjoyed meeting and getting to know and you'll soon learn she has a remarkable story, and is wise beyond her years. And I know you're going to love this conversation. I have already decided that I am replaying this episode a few times because there is so much gold in what she has to say. Presenter: Gillian FoxGuest: Nadine ChampionLooking for more? Visit...yourbrilliantcareer.com.auFacebookInstagramLinkedInFREE GUIDE: Make your value visible
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Are you chronically distracted? During this episode of the Thrivetime show, Clay Clark breaks down how to commit to the long term goal and focus on what needs to be done in order to turn your dreams into reality.
If you don't have the success or deep rooted confidence you desire... It's not your fault. You've been conditioned by society, your environment, schools, etc. to be exactly where and how you are. You get to change things, it's your responsibility to get where you want to go. In this spicy episode, Sophia shares how you can reprogram yourself to reach new heights of accomplishment and success. Discussed inside: - autosuggestion - conscious & subconscious reprogramming Growth minded humans who desire to achieve, optimize their mindset and live their best life, this one's for you... It's time to rise up! If you want guidance to properly and effectively reprogram your mindset, check out the Rising mindset audio bundle
In episode 158 of The FastForwardAmy Show, we're bringing you something a little different. This week, we present our second edition of the Money Hat Challenge. So, how do you take part?All you have to do is triple your sales — easy, right? Well, with this week's episode, it actually is. Previously, the Money Hat Challenge meant finding any way you could to make an extra 100 euro in 24 hours. This time round, I'm calling on the business owners, entrepreneurs, and anyone else who is driving their business forward to triple their sales — starting now.Though making a sale is great, it's time to train yourself to celebrate and then keep hustling. Don't get lazy once you have made one sale, now it's time to make ten more.This week, I will talk to you about how you can do just that and have fun. I can't wait to connect with you on this challenge — so tag #MoneyHatChallenge on Instagram and show me how you're magically making money!You can find a written recap of this video and the key takeaways on my website: https://fastforwardamy.com/158Get more daily tips on mindset and business on my other channels:Instagram: https://instagram.com/fastforwardamy/Website: https://fastforwardamy.com/
In this episode, we discuss the power of having an entrepreneurial mindset when facing change. We explore:The importance of discipline in mindset and action and the practice of non-attachmentHow you need a higher purpose when working with resistanceHow to see through the illusion of a limited world and see possibilities for your dreamsIn this new series, we will talk about the Entrepreneurial Mindset Theory and why everyone needs to adopt this mindset in our changing world, whether they want to start a business or just be fulfilled in their life.Watch the next Soul Session in this series on our YouTube Channel.Discover our Jungian Life Coach Training Program.
Main topics include: Balancing masculine and feminine energy Building healthy habits Staying mindful of our body Jenn is a former educator who has gone from the classroom to the yoga mat. She works with women to rewire their understanding of wellness, self love, and themselves. Jenn helps women create nourishing and sustainable yoga and meditation practices so they feel fulfilled and connected to their bodies and purpose. Please leave a review if you enjoyed this episode and make sure to share it on social media ♡ Important Links: Follow Taylor: @taylorsqueglia Follow Jenn: @Jennostreet Taylor's Website: www.taylorsqueglia.com
Did you know the entire book of Hebrews is to point us to Jesus? And not just point us to Jesus, but to show us that while the Lord has given us so many wonderful examples in the Bible...there is no one better than Jesus! I know you love Jesus and I know you understand how incredible He is. But do you? I feel like I can ask that because I still forget how INCREDIBLE Jesus is and, too often, I'm guilty of looking to one of the many heroes of the faith and being tempted to glorify them above Jesus. There is NONE BETTER THAN JESUS And today I'm sharing Hebrews 1 where we see exactly who this Jesus is and how AWESOME He truly is. How unique He is. How He is unlike anyone we will ever know. The best part...we are able to call upon Him. We are able to KNOW Him! We are able to TRUST HIm! I know you have BIG Goals and dreams for your business...but there is nothing better than knowing Jesus! He is the ULTIMATE Thanksgiving! I pray that you take some time to read Hebrews 1 for yourself. Meditate upon it. So that you may have a deeper understanding of who Jesus is! xx, Michelle BUSINESS BREAKTHROUGH COACHING CALLS are HERE! Ready to create MORE success in your NM business as a Christian? Then...schedule a 60 minute, 1:1, Business Breakthrough Coaching call! You'll learn how to have a Biblical mindset, create a roadmap for renewing your mind, AND be prepared for what the Lord has for you in your business. _____________________ JOIN THE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: bit.ly/christianmindsetsupport FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/itsmemichellecastro/ Are you on Pinterest? So am I! Go find me: https://www.pinterest.com/itsmemichellecastro/ Where to find me: https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com SUBSCRIBE + FREE GIFT: https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com/subscribe
Nhat is the Director of Bridge Creations, he established the business in 2021 through a background of emotional trauma with discrimination, abuse, and workplace toxicity, but contrary built potent health with a desire for sports. The two fields led to opposing outcomes of good and bad health, valuing the need for adequate well-being with picturing a deduction of health implications. He combines his health background with his graphic design experience to envision visual collateral to aid, encourage and empower healthy living. Nhat graduated from the University of Canberra in 2021 with a Master of Design Strategies; he also holds a Bachelor's and an Honours degree in graphic design, specializing in visual communication, branding, design-led innovation, and information graphics. Here's what we covered on the episode: The Why Behind Bridge Creations The story of Nhat's university assignment, which made him realize the impact graphic design has on health, and the article he wrote with his colleagues called Service Design Thinking For Social Good Nhat has had many health issues since he was around 12 years old, dealing with racism, school-yard bullying, and cyberbullying, and for 4 years, was a victim of a toxic workplace Why Nhat is passionate about improving health with graphic design so hopefully, in the future, health issues can be reduced How graphic design can communicate facts and health information more effectively – covid is a great example because when you scroll on social media, you see posts about daily numbers or graphics on how to stop the spread Nhat's assignment combined two areas, health and graphic design – the assignment was a brochure on how to prevent childhood obesity that communicated strategies, was persuasive, informative, and engaging Current clients of Nhat's come from networking events in Canberra, Australia, which is one of the most innovative cities in the world and Australia Each month, Nhat attends a networking group called the Canberra Innovation Network, which includes many different entrepreneurs and investors, which is how he has gotten his current clients Even if a company has nothing to do with health, Nhat is good at finding some small components – for example, one of his recent clients has a company that uses nursery rhymes to help school kids with vocabulary learning, and Nhat was able to find some health-related elements like mental and social health to help improve their wellbeing and learning At this stage in his business, Nhat is trying to build evidence through the clients he has so that in the future, he can have more proof behind his process and send proposals out to health-related entrepreneurs Nhat shares another client example where they changed their logo to help improve awareness of their business and significantly improved their marketing content A lot of Nhat's current clients are entrepreneurs because they can lack the graphic design skills needed to effectively communicate their message, which is how Nhat helps Nhat is most passionate about physical health in the industry, and before his university project on childhood obesity, he did a hypothetical promotion on health for university students to improve exercise, which helped him shape his business niche Because of Nhat's sports background, he has much experience with the physical, mental, and social benefits that physical health has In the future of his business, Nhat hopes to see people applying more visual collateral because, while in school, he realized how underestimated and underappreciated graphic design is The Future of Bridge Creations + Design Tips Many people think graphic design is the cherry on top, but Nhat believes it's the opposite because when you look at marketing, people tend to focus more on images and videos, which is why it's so important to implement In the future, Nhat would like to assist clients with anything from their marketing content to their branding to their website and would like to see health service providers better improve the usage of graphic design because he would love to see a reduction of health issues Nhat focuses on static images and photos but can consult and identify strategies for video content as well and, most recently, has worked on logos for clients, along with other promotional materials In the future, Nhat would be interested in doing public speaking to share his passion for graphic design and health, along with sharing his own story Nhat likes to include the why behind his business on his website and in the pitches he gives because his personal experience played such an important part in shaping his business Evidence building is one of the most important things Nhat has learned since starting his business – it's not enough to just say how great your service is; you need to be able to show the impact it has had for past clients One of the biggest mistakes people make when it comes to health and design is designing something just because they think it's right; you need to make sure you're inclusive and make sure you understand your audience so you can pinpoint their pain points in the promotional content The name of Nhat's business, Bridge Creations, came from his thinking about bridging the gap between health and graphic design Check out Nhat's website and connect with Nhat on LinkedIn Links mentioned: Bridge Creations Service Design Thinking For Social Good Connect with Nhat on LinkedIn Like what you heard? 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Hey! In this episode, we dig deeper into the process of Ikigai and self-directed success. We talk information and implementation, knowledge vs execution, glamorised dreams, small steps, compounding interest with all things, finding leverage points through specific knowledge and network effects and utilising next-step visualisation for taking tangible steps forward. If you enjoy today's episode, please let me know! Leave a review x Work with Cam - 1:1 Sessions Dr. Alia Crum: Science of Mindsets for Health & Performance | Huberman Lab Podcast #56
Want to earn more and work less? You up for the challenge? Sign up for the 20x Profit Challenge hosted by Neil Timmins at www.20xProfitChallenge.com To access a FREE collection of resources, go to www.RealGritVault.com In this episode, believe in the power of establishing meaningful relationships and start seeing them as business opportunities. From a failed partnership to a cash flow-generating business collaboration, Brett McCollum shares the value of having a support system and learning the art of trust in a partnership. Listen in to acquire lessons about his story! Key Takeaways From This Episode Why you should carefully choose your business partners Benefits of being in a community of like-minded people The importance of having a singular vision in a business partnership Groundworks of developing a strong business mindset Reasons why your authenticity matters in selling anything References/Links MentionedSean Terry's Flip2Freedom Webinar About Brett McCollum Brett loves to serve others first and foremost! He comes from a background of Insurance claim/settlements. While working for a Fortune 100 company, He closed over 5,000 claims! Then he moved on to Marketing and Business Development for an automobile injury practice and helped grow the company to expand to 7 locations. Currently, He is an active real estate investor having completed over 300 transactions and has a passion for helping others succeed! Brett is married to his beautiful wife Courtney and they have 4 beautiful kids. He grew up playing baseball from age 4 until he was 24. While in college, he helped his team win 2 national titles! He's a musician as well and plays 5 instruments. Connect with Brett Website: Haven Real Estate Solutions Facebook: Haven Real Estate Solutions Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Neil J. Timmins is on a mission to make a deep personal impact in the lives of his team members and business partners through his work as a real estate investor and mentor. He started as a traditional real estate agent where his team was recognized by the Wall Street Journal as a Top 100 team. Eventually, he made the transition from Realtor to full time investor. Over the course of his career, Neil has been involved in over $300,000,000 in real estate transactions. Neil's portfolio depth includes assets ranging from houses to industrial properties. Recently, Neil and his team launched the Legacy Impact Partner Program where they partner with fix and flip investors from around the country. Neil's team brings capital to fund and fix rehabs, operational expertise, and years of experience catapulting their partner's business to new heights. Want to partner? You can learn more and book a call with Neil at www.LegacyImpactPartners.com. Connect with Neil Website: Real Grit LinkedIn: Neil J. Timmins Facebook: Neil Timmins
We may be sick & tired of reactive, limited Western health practices... Literally. Join Sophia Rising and special guest Rachel Smith, functional health practitioner, a holistic gut, hormone and autoimmune expert for an inside look at the bizaar story that led Rachel to functional medicine. Find Rachel @naturalhealthrising on all platforms Ready to get ready to help people with your own online service offer? Apply for Rising Mastermind
In this episode, Dawn Taylor joins me to discuss handling mental health issues when running your own business. The truth is we all experience highs and lows. But sometimes, those lows can feel paralyzing. You know what you want to do next in your business, but you can't seem to get through this intense fear, sadness, anxiety or depression that you're feeling. So, how do we manage how we feel while managing a business simultaneously? How do we give ourselves the space to heal and grow while keeping our companies going? Dawn is a Life Coach with over 1000 hours of training who offers her clients “A Safe Place to Land” as she passionately helps them to find their worth, learn to live and love themselves. Having struggled with gut-wrenching depression, a broken back, sexual abuse by an uncle (coupled with a lack of belief from her family), a severe eating disorder, attempted suicide and a brain aneurysm which affected her memory, appearance and health – all before she was 18 years old – Dawn learned to become a fighter and a survivor. She then went on to deal with infertility and loss of identity in who she was and who she thought she should be. Through incredible strength, an insane amount of hope, a belief in herself and a stubbornness that would have made her fun to raise, she has fought to become the woman she is today: A successful business owner, coach, wife and volunteer to the hurt. Her deepest desire is to turn everyone she meets into their own rockstar through her strategy-based coaching practice. She specializes in anxiety and depression and in overcoming the traumas that have happened in their lives that hold them back. From personal to business to marriage coaching and everything in between, Dawn will help you set a new standard, step up and master the life that you want! We talk about: [5:05] Why we don't want to talk about trauma [8:40] Using the Feelings Wheel to dig deep into your emotions [11:40] Why putting a bandaid on our emotions isn't helpful [15:10] How to create boundaries if you're struggling with depression or anxiety [21:10] Setting boundaries without harming someone else [28:00] Why do we judge ourselves [33:45] Dawn's biggest advice for fellow entrepreneurs Resources mentioned in this episode: Enter to win: Leave a rating and review every single month for a chance to win a free membership to the social media automation Bootcamp. Winners will be chosen monthly! The Feelings Wheel: https://feelingswheel.com/ Podcast - https://www.thetaylorway.ca/taylor-way-talks-podcast Connect with Taylor: Instagram - https://instagram.com/thetaylorwaynow Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thetaylorway LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawn-taylor-ttw/ Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/thetaylorwaynow Blog - https://www.thetaylorway.ca/blog Website - https://www.thetaylorway.ca Connect with me Website - https://lisaanne.ca Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/LisaAnneCoaching Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LisaAnneCoaching YouTube - http://www.YouTube.com/LisaAnneCoaching LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/LisaAnneCoaching Facebook Group - www.facebook.com/groups/MoreThanSocial
We're back for another episode that will enlighten us more about the opportunities that passive investing and real estate syndication could offer! Kathy Jang talks about the incredible impact of real estate investing on attaining a better life. Tune in to seize this chance to live on your terms and reach your financial goals.KEY TAKEAWAYSBenefits of investing passively in real estate syndicationOther passive income streams and sourcesEffective ways to build your mindset and learn more about investingWhy you should hire a good real estate tax adviserHow to pick a trusted syndicator to work withRESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONEDRich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki https://amzn.to/3STOR28 Ep198 Brandon Hall on Conscious Pursuits https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ep198-brandon-hall-on-conscious-pursuits/id1501539079?i=1000538427957ABOUT KATHY JANGKathy Jang is the head of marketing at VSV. She leads marketing strategy and execution across the VSV umbrella of companies and properties. Kathy held an undergraduate degree from UC Berkeley's Haas Business School and began her professional career as a Big 4 consultant. She then pursued her MBA at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management, which led to prestigious positions in medical device marketing in Philips's Nuclear Medicine, St Jude Medical's Heart Failure Therapy, and the makers of Invisalign Clear Aligners. Starting in 2008, Kathy grew her passive income through real estate investments and ultimately left her W2 when she achieved financial freedom, allowing her to live life on her terms. Kathy lives in Phoenix, AZ with her two sons and husband and has a portfolio of> 1800+ units and $110MM assets under management. This passive income journey has been life-changing for Kathy and has made her incredibly passionate about helping others achieve financial freedom and is dedicated to educating people about personal finances and providing them with investment opportunities. CONNECT WITH KATHYLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathyjang/To find out more about partnering or investing in a multifamily deal, schedule a call here: https://calendly.com/threekeysinvestments/get-acquainted-callVisit ThreeKeysInvestments.com to download a free e-book “Why Invest in Apartments”!Looking to reduce your taxes so you can build wealth? Mode Wealth is a boutique financial firm helping real estate professionals, investors, and entrepreneurs ethically and morally optimize their tax strategy to reduce their tax liability. Learn more and schedule a FREE consultation today! https://modewealth.com/Looking for an affordable healthcare solution? Check out Christian Healthcare Ministries by visiting https://bit.ly/3JTRm1IPlease RSS: Review, Subscribe, Share!Support the show (and my reading addiction)!https://www.buymeacoffee.com/AskMeHowIKnow
WE DID IT! Huge milestone of reaching 1 MILLION DOWNLOADS on the podcast this week, friends! Let's celebrate together. Pour yourself some coffee and get cozy as we do a deep dive into how we got to where we are. From a struggling solopreneur to a successful, thriving business... I tell-all! Here's a sneak peek of the upcoming Behind the Business Series: 530 Monday: Operations and Team - How I Went from a Solopreneur to 5 Team Members and 13 Interns 531 Tuesday: Podcasting - How I Reached One Million Downloads! How I Grew a Top-Ranking Podcast, From Scratch 532 Wednesday: Mindset - That Time I Wanted to Quit & How a Holy Spirit-Led Mindset Made The Difference 533 Thursday: Time Management - How I Create Balance, Prioritize, and STILL Grow My Online Business 534 Friday: Money & Profit - How We've Grown Into a Half a Million Dollar Company. Let's Talk Money! Thanks a Million for being on this journey with me. I am honored and grateful for this call. To God be the Glory! ***PSST... SAVE BIG with the THANKS A MILLION Super-Sale!*** Head to stefaniegass.com/courses and save 30% off Clarify Your Calling or Podcast Pro University all week long! Your Code at Checkout is: THANKSAMILLION For the first time ever, you can also save off my Podcasting Mastermind, Podcast to Profit by using the code: EARLYBIRD (save $300 off!) 3...2...1... Grow! Xo, Stef P.S. Check out the blog post How a Holy Spirit-Led Mindset Can Keep You From Quitting! Related Episodes 503 - Devotional Bible Study: What Does The Bible Say About Changing your Mindset? 466 - Is it The Holy Spirit or You? 4 Phases to Know if He is Speaking to You 508 - 3 Steps to Fostering Biblical Confidence as a Woman of Faith with Esther Littlefield 458 - 5 Steps to Becoming an Empowered Woman in Life and Business 326 - Discern Distraction vs. Opportunity in 5 Simple Steps 224 - Get UNSTUCK, Sis! How to Let God Take The Wheel, So You Can Take ACTION!
Welcome simplifiers, to another throw-back episode! I'm reposting one of my favorite episodes with amazing guest, Tiffany Toombs of Blue Lotus Mind gives us some incredible insight into mindset while starting, building, or scaling your business! This episode is full of tips and encouragement to really hone in on the right path for you and your business so that you're ready to thrive! In this episode we discuss: The importance of cultivating the right mindset; How to have a strong vision for your business; How to break down that vision into smaller steps; The importance of flexibility in realizing your vision; Letting go of control; The value of pivoting and adapting your business; What triggers people to buy what you're selling; Finding your highest intention; Shutting out all of the “noise”; Shiny object syndrome; Burnout Building and scaling a business is hard work, but with the right vision, it's possible for anyone. Truly knowing yourself and how to best serve your clients and customers will always put you ahead. It's okay to feel uncertain and fearful, but it's not okay to let it stop you. So get out there and go after what you want! Key Takeaways: Be firm in your vision and flexible with how you get there Let go of control Mindset matters most Stay tuned for the enhanced It's Simply Life Podcast! Can't wait to share it with y'all! Find Tiffany at Blue Lotus Mind Want to support this Podcast? Like, share, and tell your friends! Listen on Spotify here: https://spoti.fi/3PFTr2g Listen on Apple here: https://apple.co/3R19mt8
Do you have the correct mindset for your business? Follow along as I discuss the differences in employee mindset and entreprenuer mindset. Do you have what it takes to build a successful business? Dig in. Get Cracking! Join us in my private community on Facebook here: Discloure Group
In this episode, we will discuss entrepreneurs' key characteristics and personality traits and how to learn to think like one to create more opportunities in your life. We explore:How attributes such as creativity and risk-taking are central to having an entrepreneurial mindsetHow an entrepreneurial mindset is not only for those who want to start a business but for anyone who wants to live a creative lifeHow to cultivate these personality traitsHow Jungian Psychology gives entrepreneurs a roadmap to grow themselves and their businessWatch the next Soul Session in this series on our YouTube Channel.Discover our Jungian Life Coach Training Program.
This episode is a must listen. How many times do you struggle with limiting beliefs? How many times have you held yourself back subconsciously? This episode is for you! Created in 2017, MindEdge Performance was created out of passion and recognition of the power of the mind. MindEdge is NOT just another one of your mediocre life or business coaching consultants that often have no real training in psychology whatsoever. Jamie is a CMPC (certified mental performance consultant), which is a hard sought certification earned in the mental performance field on top of a master's degree. She trains people in sport psychology, which is essentially training that puts you and keeps you on top of your mental game. This work is meant for athletes, businesses and everyday people alike, all with the goal of achieving peak performance. Important Links: Follow Taylor: @taylorsqueglia Follow Jamie: @Mindedgeperformance Taylor's website: www.taylorsqueglia.com Jamie's website: www.mindedgeperformance.com
It took a long time for me to realize I am a vital pillar in the Empire we are building. Maybe you can relate. Your husband seems to be at the forefront of all the business negotiations, the money guy, leaving you to wonder what place do you really hold in all of this? Releasing the belief that I am merely the sidekick and not the the mysteriously powerful secret weapon partner was the beginning of my metamorphosis as a CEO. In this weekend's podcast your limiting beliefs about your role as a SAHM, side business hustler, or aspiring business owner will be crushed. Allowing you to step into the Visionary you are truly meant to be. Because honey, the empire doesn't stand a chance without you. Here are the 4 ways I squashed the lies of the enemy and stepped into the CEO I am today! 1: Remove Yourself from the Equation 2: Psalms 89:22 3: Know Your Strengths 4: The Wins and Learning Lessons Belong to You Both! Join "THE BEAST" newsletter: https://buffaloambitionco.aweb.page/p/085eed77-c40f-468f-8184-93ba42221a40
On this week's episode I talk about consistency and where I have and have not been consistent inside of my life. If you're looking for results. It doesn't really matter how fancy you are. What truly matters is how CONSISTENT you are. Enjoy.BY DESIGN | A Brain-Based DocumentaryConnect with Dr. Daniel:Instagram | @danielkimbleydcFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/daniel.kimbley.5Medium | https://medium.com/@danielkimbleyConnect with Nexus Family Chiropractic:Instagram | @nexusfamilychiropracticFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/nexusfamilychiropractic/YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbUzsA22gT7UseaFy-rzkVg?view_as=subscriberWeb | https://www.nexusfamilychiropractic.com/
Cristina Robinson is the founder and designer behind The Lovely Geek, a web design studio aimed at elevating women in their online presence. Her passion for the web started in high school and led to an internship with Intel, followed by several years of freelancing. Armed with her Bachelor of Science degree in Web Design & Interactive Media, she spent nearly a decade working for local Sacramento agencies before ultimately becoming her own boss. Her experience from the big agencies inspired her to help small businesses, and now she works almost exclusively with female solopreneurs making their brands shine. Here's what we covered on the episode: How Cristina Got Her Start in Web Design How I met Cristina through Paty Ventura, who was on episode 193 of the podcast Cristina was inspired to create her own website after meeting a friend at summer camp who had a website on Yahoo Geocities and an online journal If you wanted to customize any text or put in any images, you had to learn HTML, so Cristina started teaching herself a lot of the basics In high school, Cristina took a beginning HTML class, and the teacher saw she was passionate and showed a lot of promise, so he asked her to be his teacher's assistant for her senior year While being a teacher's assistant, Cristina got the chance to redesign and maintain the school's website Other school staff members noticed Cristina's work, and then she found out about an internship for high school students with Intel, which her teachers encouraged her to apply for During her Intel internship, Cristina met a lot of other students, got a great learning experience, and it gave her insight into the corporate world Unfortunately, most colleges at the time didn't offer a web design degree, the closest they had was majoring in communications or computer science, but that wasn't the route Cristina wanted to go Cristina started looking at more specialized schools, like The Art Institute, where she was able to find a web design and interactive media major How Cristina's first freelance client was the traditional nightmare client who made her question if she actually wanted to freelance While in college, Cristina was able to get her first paid internship with a local agency, and after she graduated, it turned into a full-time role Most of the people at the agency Cristina had gone to school with, so she knew their work ethic, and they were able to collaborate well together This agency is where Cristina met Paty because they both went to The Art Institute and worked at this agency together The agency was big into tourism, so Cristina got to work on a few projects for Yosemite, the state fair, and a lot of local businesses in the Sacramento area Cristina says she had a lot of great learning experiences and met a lot of people from working at the agency Because Cristina grew up 45 mins away from Sacramento, she didn't really know her major city until she started working at the agency, which made her appreciate it After working at this agency for a few years, Cristina got a job at another agency where she was able to focus on design - she got to do website design, interface design, print design, and dabble in app design When Cristina got pregnant with her daughter, she decided to stay home and went back to freelancing, which is how she ended up where she is today All of Cristina's clients have been referral based and have been people that she's worked with already in some capacity Most of Cristina's freelance work has been with small business owners, usually solopreneurs, and she shares she only started working with companies when at the agencies Cristina has done enough work to realize her sweet spot is working one-on-one with women - women much like herself who want to be their own boss, and Cristina comes in to help with the online portion How Cristina started branding this year because she found that the people coming to her either had a brand they created but weren't happy with or they had nothing Branding isn't Cristina's preferred offering, she can do it, but she would rather partner with someone so she could send clients to that person for the branding experience and then have clients come back to her to take care of their website Cristina shared she just found someone she would like to partner with who does branding Staying Organized + Keeping Clients for Life For project management, Cristina uses Dubsado because it has a great client portal option, but she also uses Notion and has found it very handy for her retainer clients - with Notion, Cristina creates content and calendars, tracks hours, tracks projects, and says you can create whatever you want How Cristina recommended Notion to her husband, who is a Twitch streamer and content creator, and now he uses it to organize all his YouTube videos and TikToks and even writes his scripts in it In Notion, Cristina will create a content calendar, and within that calendar, she has different templates for each content type - blogs, emails, Instagram posts, Reels or TikToks, etc. For example, Cristina will look at her calendar and see that on Tuesday, she wants to do a blog post, so she'll select her blog post template, which already has all the fields she needs in it Within the database in Notion, Cristina can see a list of all of her content, and as she's brainstorming, she can put all her ideas in one place so when it comes time to map out her content, it's very easy to do and well organized Cristina says she's always been a blogger and likes to create that content when she has time One tool people should be utilizing the power of LinkedIn because their algorithm can get you a lot of exposure - Cristina recommends using LinkedIn's section where you can write articles One thing Cristina likes to do is create an article on LinkedIn that's similar to a blog post she already has, so if someone wants to read more, they can click over to her website to read the blog post, so she's still driving traffic to her website Cristina offers a retainer service after she's worked with a client on their project because she finds that people end up wanting to be very hands-off and want someone to help maintain - Cristina says it's really up to the client what they want her to do A lot of times, Cristina's retainer clients will write up blog posts by throwing their content in a word document, and then she's responsible for scheduling it, putting together the graphics, and making sure it goes on all the right platforms Cristina always designs her websites with the intention of the client saying, thanks, I've got it from here, but a lot of times, the clients want her to continue to help maintain In Notion, Cristina has a client-facing content planner for her clients to see what content is scheduled - then they can make decisions on adjustments or adding on Clients have appreciated seeing their content scheduled out so they can see where they're at and what they need to provide Cristina has found that most clients have worked with another website designer who worked with them one time and then disappeared, which makes Cristina sad because then the clients don't have the tools they need to maintain It's important to Cristina that she emphasizes no matter what, even if it's been days, months, or years since she's worked on a client project, they are a client for life, so they can always reach out to her There was a time while working at the agencies when Cristina was not taking on freelance work, but she still took care of and helped her current clients When people feel taken care of, they're going to have nice things about you The biggest tip Cristina has is to build a routine based on what works for you and know what time you have blocked off for certain tasks It's important for Cristina to balance work while being a mom - her kids are up from as early as 6:00 am and take a nap around 1:00 pm, so she knows that the tasks she's working on during those hours need to be ones where it's okay if she's interrupted or ones where she's not being paid hourly Knowing which tasks require your full, entire attention vs. which tasks can be interrupted a little bit is important Check out Cristina's website, The Lovely Geek.com, and connect with her on Instagram Links mentioned: The Lovely Geek Website Episode 193 with Paty Ventura Connect with Cristina on Instagram Connect with Cristina on Pinterest Like what you heard? Click here to subscribe + leave a review on iTunes. Click here to download my Sales Page Trello Board Let's connect on Instagram!
Learn how to stay positive in a world filled with negativity and countless unwanted distractions during today's business coach radio show with Clay Clark and Dr. Z.
How do you feel and how does it affect your network marketing business? You might think it's unrelated, but after 20+ years in the industry, I can tell you it's all connected. The holiday season has already started, and I need you to feel your best and look your best, so you can do your best! “What book are you reading right now? What podcast are you listening to? How are you growing you? Nothing's gonna change until you do.” More juicy resources:https://mylifestyleacademy.com/blog/ https://mylifestyleacademy.com/download/
Clay Clark teaches why entrepreneurs must embrace the fact the change is a process and not a one time event. He also deep dives into the importance of positive self-talk and how negative self-talk can absolutely destroy your dreams.
Have you ever struggled with believing in yourself? Clay Clark teaches why it's important to believe in yourself and to surround yourself with 5 positive people (and nobody else).
Through episode 156 of The FastForwardAmy Show, and The Launch Gamebook, I share how to launch successfully so you can make a name for yourself, attract new clients, and make more money.Launching can be an amazing asset for you personally as well as for your business. It gives you a cash and client injection into your business. Being successful at launching is life-changing.With my new course, The Launch Gamebook, I look at launching as being a game.A really fun game where you can play, you can learn something new every round, you can become really great at it.I discuss the importance of planning, monetizing peaks, defining your launch objectives, tactics and strategy, and much more! We will also walk-through the 5 P's, or phases, of launching: the plan, prime, proof, permits, and peak phases.If you're an architect, a restaurant owner, is this episode for you? Yes — it's for anyone looking to boost their business and understand how to launch their products, programs, or services.You can find a written recap of this video and the key takeaways on my website: https://fastforwardamy.com/156 . Get more daily tips on mindset and business on my other channels:Instagram: https://instagram.com/fastforwardamy/Website: https://fastforwardamy.com/
In this episode, we discuss the mind and how it perceives the world in a limited way but also has the capacity to perceive infinite possibilities. We explore:How seeing through the lens of opportunity differs from our conditioned perceptionThe first step into seeing possibilities that are beyond your personal experienceHow to create a vision without evidence of the senses How the Collective Unconscious contains everything we need to support our dreamsIn this new series, we will talk about the Entrepreneurial Mindset Theory and why everyone needs to adopt this mindset in our changing world whether they want to start a business or just be fulfilled.Watch the next Soul Session in this series on our YouTube Channel.Discover our Jungian Life Coach Training Program.
What does doing your kids homework for them have to do with chiropractic care? EVERYTHING.In this episode I share a struggle and a near death experience that I had this week in hopes that you will learn something very valuable from my shortcomings.Enjoy!BY DESIGN | A Brain-Based DocumentaryConnect with Dr. Daniel:Instagram | @danielkimbleydcFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/daniel.kimbley.5Medium | https://medium.com/@danielkimbleyConnect with Nexus Family Chiropractic:Instagram | @nexusfamilychiropracticFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/nexusfamilychiropractic/YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbUzsA22gT7UseaFy-rzkVg?view_as=subscriberWeb | https://www.nexusfamilychiropractic.com/
We are Jessia Gleim (rhymes with slime) and Amy Christie (yes, she has two first names). Together, we founded Flairst, which is grounded in our love of creative thinking, enthusiasm, and problem-solving. Our passion is empowering ambitious women-led DTC eCommerce brands. Consider us your strategy and growth partner - we'll scale your business through personalized, data-driven omnichannel social media advertising and help you make shit loads of money! We don't just focus on the now. Instead, we help bulletproof the future of your business by creating sustainable, profitable revenue. At Flairst, we're all about putting money in the hands of women. Nothing makes us happier or more fulfilled than seeing our clients win BIG! Here's what we covered on the episode: How Jessica + Amy Got Started How Jessica and Amy sent me a message about being on the show and why I think the story of their business is important Jessica and Amy both have fine art degrees and had separate businesses before creating Flairst together Jessica shares that she loves paper products and was designing a series with Shutterfly but had some health problems and needed a way to do her own thing, which is why she started her freelance design business in 2014 After doing some design, someone asked Jessica if she could help with marketing, so she had her own marketing business going on for a while; then, around 2015, someone asked if Jessica could help with Facebook Ads, which is how she got into ads In 2016, Jessica had her first child and quickly realized she could not be a one-woman show; Jessica dreamed of having a partner but never thought she would because she needed someone who could do it all and understood being a parent Both Jessica and Amy had been going to a conference called Alt Summit for 10 years and had previously met there, but they didn't remember meeting until they randomly got paired as roommates After sitting down with each other at the conference to get to know each other, Jessica asked Amy to join her business While at home with her oldest, Amy decided she needed something that fed her soul, so she learned everything about blogging, and within a year of blogging, she was also creating content for other people Amy shares that she got to see the launch of many social platforms and got to figure out how they worked for creators and how they've changed to have advertising As Amy's kids got older and more involved, she found content creation exhausting and needed something where she could leverage the skills she already had – Amy could build a website, create graphics, write copy, and build ads, but she didn't know how to do all of that and get clients How Amy will be attending Alt Summit in New York this fall, but Jessica will not because she is 9 months pregnant and will be having her second child soon We talk about the Alt Summit conference, which Jessica and Amy recommend for anyone in the creative space - the information is good, it's aesthetically pleasing, and the community is great Blessing of a Business Partnership + Flairst When Jessica and Amy are interviewed on podcasts, the host always says they are the first duo they've ever talked to, which always surprises Jessica and Amy because so many people wished they had a partner How motherhood, living during a pandemic, and entrepreneurship can all be very isolating – there are very few people who understand it, even if your friends and family support you in it Jessica and Amy didn't go into their business to only work with women; it just naturally happened that way – their mission is to put money back into the pockets of women and families It's hard to be a parent, a primary caregiver, and a businesswoman at the same time, which is why Jessica and Amy believe it takes a village – not just with your children or yourself but also within your business Jessica shares that having a partner to be with her and help grow their team has been so impactful not just for the business but for her mental health Although Jessica and Amy have similar backgrounds and learning abilities, they are opposites - Jessica says she is unorganized, has her head in the clouds, and has to focus on the next step in front of her, while Amy is organized, grounded, and looks at the end goal How being opposites has been beneficial for their business, their mental health, and just life Jessica says being a parent and having a business mesh together well because it gives you the flexibility you need Amy says the jobs they worked before creating Flairst were partly out of necessity because of the lifestyle they were living at the time and how their current work also compliments their current lifestyle, where if they need to drop what they're doing for their kids, they can do that Jessica and Amy's business is rooted in social media advertising, and Jessica shares that social media has been a blessing because so many women have been able to create businesses, substantial income, and influence from their phones on their own time - they know it can be hard to get back into the workforce after having children or taking a gap between working Amy wishes the type of partnership she has with Jessica on every woman because even though they don't live in the same place, the mental and emotional support that comes with being a partner and sharing the responsibility of growing a business together is something Amy wishes everyone could have Even contractors and other members of your team that aren't as fully invested in your business have a different take on the business – Jessica and Amy are equally attached to the business Because there are two of them, Jessica and Amy have been able to lean into what they are really good at because they don't have to do absolutely everything by themselves Amy shares the conversation she and Jessica had at Alt Summit when they decided to work together after barely knowing each other When Amy came in, she brought the business mindset because, at the time, Jessica didn't have a website or brand name, just an LLC, a bookkeeper, and clients for them to work with Jessica and Amy had much trust for not knowing each other well but had made a pact early on to always tell each other the truth no matter what In 2019, Jessica and Amy went back to Alt Summit and gave a presentation about ads which is when they decided ad strategy for direct-to-consumer, women-led, eCommerce businesses would be their only offer One of the best things Jessica and Amy have done for their business is working with a business coach whom they work with individually and together Before narrowing down their offer, Jessica and Amy did everything under the sun for clients but found they could best serve clients by just offering ad strategy, which they are really good at The advertising education Jessica and Amy have has come from the free resources they've found on the internet How Jessica and Amy have always been obsessed with the psychology behind why people make purchase decisions and the emotional relationship that goes into advertising Jessica and Amy say to think of advertising like online dating – all these steps need to happen before you ask someone to marry you Typically, Jessica and Amy get clients through fostering relationships and networking by going to conferences, usually with women, because women like to create relationships before making a business decision Amy shares that they work with direct-to-consumer eCommerce businesses that own their data If you're a business on Amazon or Etsy, that platform owns your business data When Jessica and Amy work with clients, it's less about the product the client sells and more about what stage they are at in their business Because of the changes in the iOS update, pandemic changes, and the growth of digital advertising, the market has changed – when Amy was first starting, all of the social media platforms worked for the creator, but now the algorithm has changed to benefit the platform so they can run ads Ad costs have gone up, making it more complicated for small businesses The businesses that Jessica and Amy work with are usually well-established, mature businesses that are in the 2.5 – 3-million-dollar range because that allows them to have an ad spend range of $20,000 – $25,000 a month to be able to pay to play on social media platforms It can be frustrating for small businesses that can't afford to pay to play, but Jessica and Amy highly suggest growing your organic marketing by building your email list, social media, community, and influence until you are to a point where you can scale Creating a Direct-To-Consumer Brand + Data Driven Ads Direct-to-consumer brands that have created products that hit an emotional pain point or solution with their consumers will be successful Jessica and Amy don't see success with direct-to-consumer brands who create a product and then go try to find their target market, but if you create an audience and community and then sell to them based on what they are asking you and what they need, that's where you will find success Amy says brand and product positioning is about your customers remembering that you have served them well and will continue to engage with them – you need to have your product proven organically by a community of people There are a lot of different ways to run an ad strategy, but Amy says the first step is to pick your objectives In ad strategy, there are a lot of levels because you are working with many different people at different stages in the buying cycle You want to bring in new people to grow your community, make sure you're managing and supporting your current customers, and grow the lifetime value – which is where the organic marketing portion comes in with Jessica and Amy's ad strategy Jessica gives an example to show how it's not just one advertisement: it's a whole strategy cycle to get someone who has never heard of you to become a repeat customer Amy says that their strategy and all strategies should be built on data which is why businesses today need to be thinking about building their data portfolio Before the iOS update, Amy explained that data on the internet was like one of those big communities where the backyard of all the homes is shared; each of the homes would be a different social media platform, and they all shared the same third-party data – it was inexpensive and free for anyone to use After the iOS privacy update, it's like all the backyards were fenced in, so now you only have access to your backyard, which is why it should be your top priority to build your data portfolio because that's what's necessary to build efficient, functional, profitable ads We talk about the mascara line I want to create, the story behind it, and how to create a community first to then launch my product Connect with Jessica and Amy on Instagram, TikTok, or visit the Flairst website – feel free to ask them questions because they want to know what other business owners are curious about and want to know Links mentioned: Flairst Website Connect with Jessica + Amy on Instagram Connect with Jessica + Amy on TikTok Like what you heard? 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This week on the Chasing Happiness Podcast, we have special guest Omar Zenhom. Omar knows what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. After years of teaching and studying the business world, he founded and hosts The $100 MBA Show, a top business podcast with over 200 million downloads. The $100 MBA Show is an award-winning podcast that provides valuable lessons and advice for entrepreneurs of all levels. From brick-and-mortar businesses to e-commerce to SaaS, Omar has learned the art of entrepreneurship from real-world successes and failures. If you want to start or grow your own business, this episode is for you! Looking to Share Your Story? Be a Guest on the Show --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chasinghappiness/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chasinghappiness/support
Graduate of Architectural Design, Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach, Business Mentor, social media figure, host of the Empower with Em Podcast, and 6-figure business owner; these are just a few titles that fit the description of Emily-Jane Sarroff. At the age of 22 years old, Emily-Jane decided to drop out of her master's degree, quit her 9-5 job, and go ALL IN on starting a business. In just 8 months Emily-Jane was able to scale her business beyond 6 figures and establish herself as a rising coach within the business and mindset space. Emily-Jane's mission is to show entrepreneurs that the possibilities of what they can achieve in life are truly limitless and that the only thing that is stopping them from getting from where they are now to where they want to be, is their mindset and strategy. Website: https://emily-jane-sarroff.mykajabi.com/ Social Media Handle: Instagram: @empowerwithem
Having a lot of money makes you evil and greedy. That's the idea I grew up with! And in a way, it's true. Once you start earning big you just want more. But also, when you don't have much, why is it so hard to earn more? That's where Money Mindset changes everything! Here's the story of Ian Prukner and how he made it big. “When you stop showing up with neediness, when you stop selling a product and start sharing the value, when it's not about the money but about the freedom, that's when you've made the money mindset shift.” More juicy resources:https://mylifestyleacademy.com/blog/ https://mylifestyleacademy.com/download/
External wealth building vs. internal development What to expect if a money-mindful approach is used?Meaningful conversations to improve people's financial plans How "The Mindful Millionaire" improves monetary successThe reasons and solution to investor fearImportance of identifying your edge and taking risks The Life & Money Show Spotlight:Your Life & Money: What is one thing you're doing to live a meaningful and intentional life by design?Other's Life and Money: What is one life or money hack that you can share that will make an impact in others' lives right now? Life & Money in the World: What's the one thing you're doing right now to make the world a better place? RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONEDHow To Become A Mindful Millionaire With Leisa Peterson | Apple The Mindful Millionaire by Leisa Peterson | Paperback and Kindle ABOUT LEISA PETERSONAs a money coach, business consultant, author, and spiritual teacher, Leisa host's the Mindful Millionaire podcast as well as virtual workshops and life-transforming retreats. Her masterful blend of sound financial strategy and mindfulness training helps people break free of patterns of lack, scarcity, and money fears, allowing them to finally lead the rewarding, fulfilling, and abundant lives they most desire. Leisa has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, FastCompany, Forbes, The Week, and Huffington Post and has been featured on many podcasts and radio shows. Prior to starting WealthClinic®, LLC, Leisa worked with some of the largest financial and business services companies in the world, including Wells Fargo, State Farm Insurance, UNUM Life Insurance, New York Life, Federal Express, Pitney Bowes, Ford Motor Company, and General Motors. A native of Northern California, Leisa lives in Sedona, AZ, with her husband and college sweetheart, Tim, and their two children, Aidan and Zoe. CONNECT WITH LEISAWebsite: mindfulmillionairebook.com | wealthclinic.com/vision CONNECT WITH US To connect with Annie and Julie, as well as with other Investing For Good listeners, and to get the latest scoop on new and upcoming episodes, join Life and Money Show Podcast Community on Facebook. To learn more about real estate syndication investment opportunities, join the Goodegg Investor Club. Be sure to also grab your free copy of the Investing For Good book (just pay S&H)-- Thanks for listening, and until next time, keep investing for good!
What's more effective, using a 1 call close or 2? After months of research we now know if it's better to use a 2-call process where you evaluate prospects on a ‘set up call' and then try to close them on the follow up. Or… The CoD model. Where you close clients the very first time you speak to them after they've watched your video and booked a call. So if you want to know the proven best way for you to boost your enrollment rate and your income… And do it while you always act in your client's best interest… Tune in.
Learn how to get the most out of your 1031 exchange transactions with real estate broker Alex Olson as we discuss economic factors and tax-deferred wealth-building ideas. So stay tuned and educate yourself on how to locate and develop possibilities for higher profits!WHAT YOU'LL LEARN FROM THIS EPISODE An update on Kansas City's multifamily marketHow to raise a property's capitalization rate1031 Exchange: How it works and the challengesTransformational exit strategies and why you need themWays to establish good broker relationshipsPowerful mindset advice for new investorsRESOURCE/LINK MENTIONEDMultifamily Investors Who Dominate by Beau Beery | Hardcover and KindleABOUT ALEX OLSONAlex is a managing broker and principal at Xchange CRE. He is an established commercial real estate agent who assists buyers in navigating multifamily property investments throughout Kansas and Missouri. He has a breadth of knowledge in acquiring and managing commercial real estate as an investor himself, and as an expert in the complex subject of 1031 Exchange, Alex has been a highly sought-after podcast guest across the country.CONNECT WITH ALEXWebsite: Xchange CRELinkedIn: Alex OlsonEmail: email@example.comCONNECT WITH USGreen Light Equity Group - http://www.investwithgreenlight.com/For a list of Virtual Meetups - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com Special Announcement! Tate's brand-new audiobook “F.I.R.E.-Financial Independence Retire Early Through Apartment Investing” is downloadable! Go to: Green Light Equity Group: http://www.investwithgreenlight.com/.Do you have difficulty underwriting deals? Never worry about getting your numbers wrong with Real Estate Lab, a cloud-based platform for investors. Sign up at https://www.realestatelab.com/ using the promo code TAG2 to get 10% off your first 12 months. Automate your acquisitions and underwriting like a boss now!
Tips and tricks to scale a business are all over the internet, but for Mark Lane, it all boils down to mindset and discipline. So, dive into this episode as we'll give credit to the marketing side of businesses and learn the unconventional way of “firing your buyers” to your selling advantage. Tap into this conversation to learn how to create your brand-new business avatar now! KEY TAKEAWAYS The importance of having a strong reason and conviction Common mistakes people make when scaling up a business Powerful skill sets you need to develop as an entrepreneur Simple and personal wealth-building strategies How to attain a consistent mindset to pursue for long-term wealth TWEETABLES There's nothing wrong with scaling and going bigger but do it responsibly. - Alex Pardo You have to hire people that are relatively intelligent, and that comes with a price tag. -Mark Lane You can't get wealthy without discipline. -Mark Lane ABOUT MARK LANE Mark Lane is a real estate investor, entrepreneur, author and trainer. Mark got his start as an entrepreneur in 2010 when he quit his job as a factory worker to jump full-time into real estate investing. Coming from a middle class family with no education, no money and no direction, it was a very tough start, not to mention, it was two years into the Great Recession. With some self-education, lots of reading, and some mentorship, he did his first real estate transaction after nearly eighteen months. The second and third deal came just one month later. That year he went on to complete nearly a dozen deals. Each year following he nearly doubled his business buying and selling hundreds of properties through a combination of Wholesaling and Rehabbing houses. Mark also owns a multi-million dollar rental portfolio consisting of dozens of high quality rental properties and continues buying more each year. Mark's true passion has turned from real estate investing to wealth building and he has committed himself to helping others take control of their lives, their finances and their futures. He lives in Des Moines, Iowa with his daughter Isabelle. CONNECT WITH MARK Website: Mark Lane Education Facebook: facebook.com/MarkLaneEducation ASCEND Don't Wait To Enjoy Your Life, Tomorrow, Live It Today! How To Grow Your Business, Expand Your Impact, and Experience Your Perfect Life: