Getting away from my business for a three-day conference (even though it’s my favorite one ever) was not easy. But oh, the massive benefit of Pressing Pause and building a runway for big ideas to land.
I think we coach what we ourselves most want to learn. And here’s what doing the homework for the group course I’m leading taught me, again, about why your own story, your lived experience, is always and forever the right starting point in your work.
This has been such an intense year so far. Nine whole months of intense. And then last week happened: fire, devastation, ruin, loss. And inspiration to keep going, to keep going, no matter what you’re facing.
Getting Real about your numbers can be unpleasant. Believe me: I so know. In my own experience, what taking a hard look at my spending taught me about standing on my own two feet.
We get caught up thinking that the path to success is six-figures, seven-figures, but what if selling less means you actually earn more? Here’s a client who did just that.
Here’s your chance to unroll the red carpet / yellow brick road at your client’s feet. Where will the work with you take them?
Next up: getting clear yourself & being transparent with clients about HOW it works to work with you. Like, specifically: how do you want your clients to communicate with you, which tools do they need for greatest success?
Yessss, we continue with our creation of the Welcome Packet, to extend excellent service and transparency to our beloved clients. Starting with TIME. As in when can they have yours.
OMG, in which I receive the most awesome Welcome Packet from a new consultant I’m working with. Which in turn inspires this love letter to RULES.
Not all habits are created equal. Habitual anxiety about money, about the numbers in your business? That’s a habit you want to break. Stat.
Telling the truth about who you really are, injecting that into your business deeply, is scary, but oh-so essential. Here’s me showing you mine, coming all the way out as a Business Witch.
I’m going out on a limb and recommending that every woman make a professional photo shoot a necessary recurring experience. Why? Courage. Confidence. Treasure.
As a money coach, I hear this a lot, “I will hire you when I make more money.” I get it, but waiting til you’re rolling in dough to hire someone to help you with said-dough? Well, I’ve got some thoughts about that. ;>
The times things haven’t worked out with a client? Easy. It’s those times I over-rode Love to get to Money. And seriously, people, that never works out for me. Why Love is the secret ingredient in my, and your, success.
One of the most challenging parts of owning your own business, imo: how it's entirely up to you to figure out your next move, what the priority is. Which is why I try to stay super-suspicious of my To Do list. Busy is easy. Bossy is what counts.
Are you maybe feeling like you need to rush-rush-rush, roll out new programs every week, triple your mailing list, double your income TODAY? Yeah, me too. But here's the truth: things. take. time. Let them.
In which I make a concerted nerdy effort to study confidence after breaking mine, along with two bones in my body in the span of a month. Where does confidence come from? How can I make more?
You know that expression, "Don't put all your eggs in one basket?" Well, now that I actually have chickens of my own, I got to wondering: what if that's utter nonsense?
A client asked the other day, How do I go from charging $125/hour to charging $200/hour? This is such a common question, right? You've probably asked it at some point, too.
Twenty six days to go until the end of the first quarter of 2017. Here's what I've done so far toward my three big goals, and what I plan to accomplish by 3/31. What about you?
That thing you made that nobody's buying: is that making you feel like you failed? Hang on. What if that's just impatience F'ing with you?
On Presidents’ Day weekend, thinking about the nature of being President, what it means, especially now, and what it means for YOU in the life you're President of.
Three years ago I liberated myself from a job that was making me miserable every which way. With no plan. No. Plan. And the result?
Are you still in the dark about your numbers even though you've been paying somebody to do your books? Um, might be time to fire your bookkeeper.
Avoiding things that we don't enjoy, that make us feel bad or lacking, may be totally normal. But when it comes to $$ and our businesses, that avoidance is often the difference between surviving and thriving.