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Defining Your Offer

I’ve seen a lot of you in the Facebook group this week talking about not making enough sales.  Honestly, when my clients come to me with this problem it’s almost always because they haven’t defined clearly enough what exactly they are offering. ​​​​​​​In this video I talk about this in detail …

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10 Characteristics of a Successful Boss Lady

Here are 10 characteristics of every successful boss lady! Determination is essential to make things happen.  You have to be hell bent that you are going to do what you set out to do, no matter what obstacles life throws your way.  It’s far too easy to get swept up …

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How To Work Remotely & Travel The World (VIDEO)

I’m so fortunate that the work I do allows me to travel all over the world. I’m not tied to one place, I can work from anywhere with an internet connection and I can have a constant stream of new adventures. But the best part is – so can you!

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How to Get Out of a Rut

Do you ever feel like like it’s all just pointless? Sometimes you hustle and hustle for what feels like very little or no return. Running a business is never going to be all great all the time – there are peaks and troughs just like any other career. But the …

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How to Write a Killer Elevator Pitch

You may have heard people talking about your ‘elevator pitch’.  This is a short pitch – usually 60 seconds or less, which tells people all about your business and your mission.  It’s called an Elevator pitch because the idea is you should be able to deliver it to someone in …

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6 Steps to Improving Your Business by Looking After YOU

I used to believe that the harder you worked, the more successful you were. I worked myself into the ground repeatedly for years, out of sheer determination to achieve my goals. It’s not until recently that I discovered the big secret – it’s not about working hard, it’s about working …

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How to Prevent Burnout for Overloaded Entrepreneurs

This is a guest post by Kate Waggle of My Sailor’s Defender Once you start to hit that burnt out feeling, it can be extremely difficult to rediscover your motivation and energy again. As a military spouse with a full time job, school, dogs, volunteer obligations who’s building her own …

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How to Handle Customer Complaints

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine and fellow entrepreneur had her very first customer complaint. Leasa is an incredible woman – she runs her business, Little Freckles, from home while also raising a young family and she always seems so energetic and bubbly.  I am in awe of …