Month: March 2018 (Page 1 of 2)

Marketing with Video (despite the fear) – Solopreneurship Made Simple

Episode 7 of Solopreneurship Made Simple – let’s talk about getting you over that fear of being seen on video, so you can market your business better!

Most of my clients are life coaches, so they’re great at getting their clients over irrational fears and working past their procrastination. Although as coaches they are very self aware, they are still human, and therefore get tricked into procrastinating too.

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Starting a business and how to survive – Solopreneurship Made Simple

Episode 6 of Solopreneurship Made Simple – let’s talk about starting your life coaching business.

The transition from full-time job to full-time business takes courage. Some people refer to this phase as “leaping into the void”, and I totally get why! I think pretty much all of my life coaching clients would tell you that getting their business off the ground was a scary experience – even with all their self-awareness, skills, and the support around them.

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Solopreneurship is a mental battle – let’s talk about what it takes

If you dream of starting up your own business, then have you considered the mental side of the challenge?

I’m a special kind of stubborn; which is neither good nor bad in the grand scheme of things. But it does make me suited to the life of a Solopreneur. There are emotional highs when the work pays off. But there are also days that feel like crashing into a brick wall.

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“Social Media doesn’t work anymore…” – But have you tried this?

There is something I want you to know about social media, and content marketing in general right now, and it’s this… The thing you might not have tried yet, is trying hard enough for long enough.

But when is enough?

 Right? THIS is the big question.

I personally believe that the old “magic number 6” doesn’t apply anymore. Incase you don’t know the ‘rule’, marketers have been saying (since forever) that in order to sell a product or service online, a person needs to have seen you an average of 6 times – it takes us that long to trust, apparently.

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