If we expect to grow our businesses, we need to be constantly in front of new potential clients, building the know, like and trust factor. And so we need to have a strategy in place for getting front of those new people.
Stephanie Skryzowski is a visionary Chief Financial Officer with over a decade of experience leading purpose-driven organizations. She is the Founder and CEO of 100 Degrees Consulting which helps leaders better understand, use, and communicate their financials to build their bottom line and make a greater impact on the world.
Hilary Hendershott is the founder of Hendershott Wealth Management, a leading financial advisory firm for women. With 19 years of experience as a fee-only fiduciary financial advisor and stock market expert, Hilary’s mission is to empower women to take control of their finances and make their money work for them.
In today’s episode I want to work through three things NOT to do if you want to use your Facebook Group to grow your business. Time and time again women come to me telling me that their Facebook Group is dead, or that their ideal client isn’t even on Facebook. And if that’s you, I have a some tough love for you. The reason why your Facebook Group isn’t working for you, is YOU. And so today I want you start to unpack this a bit and show you that a Facebook Group can be an amazing lead generation tool, when done correctly.
In today’s episode I want to chat about having a Facebook Page versus having a Facebook Group for your business. I want to weigh the pros and cons and chat through a few ideas because this is probably one of the biggest points of confusion for many online entrepreneurs!
Scaling your business is a loaded topic. There are MULTIPLE ways to scale your business and you truly have to find the best fit for you, your business, and your goals. But, if you have an online consulting, done-for-you, and/or course creation business, then you need to consider automation and using it to scale your business….and QUICK!
Today I’m sharing the story of Carrie Flynn, owner of Virtual Simplicity. She helps entrepreneurs and business owners learn how to simplify their businesses and their lives. She is obsessed with all things systems and automation and loves helping others find and implement systems to help them feel less stressed and overwhelmed. Her ultimate goal is to help others feel like they can breathe a bit easier and begin to enjoy their businesses and their lives again.
Two areas of your business NEED to be automated, to help you scale to 6-figures. Without automation, you’re constantly working IN your business, when what you need to be doing is working ON your business. You can’t scale to 6-figures if you’re constantly launching, re-launching, DIYing it, and/or playing a guessing game.
Lynette Harper has a passion for helping parents overcome their exhaustion by teaching their little ones safe and healthy sleep habits. Seeing other parent's lives become much easier, more relaxed and restful is one of the best things about her job.
Facebook groups can be a great way to drive traffic off of Facebook and onto your email list, which is exactly what you want to do. One of the common misconceptions with Facebook groups is that you need to have a big audience first, in order to grow a Facebook group successfully. This simply isn’t true! You can use your Facebook group to grow your email list and vice versa. There’s no reason why you can’t grow both simultaneously.
Introducing automation into our businesses can be tricky, confusing, and downright frustrating, let’s be real here! But automation, especially automating the selling process, can be the quickest way to scale your business, without costing you more of your precious time.
In today’s episode I’m sharing the biggest hard lessons I had to learn in my business in 2018. Now these lessons aren’t your standard, run-of-the-mill challenges, these lessons are shook-me-to-the-core lessons, lessons that made me want to crawl under the covers and hide, lessons that made me want to call this whole “online business thing” quits and delete everything.
Market research, UGH. No one likes to do market research. But market research can be the thing that validates your amazing idea, or forces you to shift into a new direction. In this article, I’m sharing all about how to do market research in a way that #1 isn’t boring, and #2 is effective.
You will love this episode with Katie. She is someone we can all relate to. Katie Fleming is a mom to 2 little girls and wife to her high school sweetheart. Katie is the founder of $1k Mom, a community of moms who are building businesses and raising a family, and doing both well.
What happens in our businesses when life happens? Sometimes the best laid plans get demolished in a moment’s notice. Your kid gets sick, or the school cancels school early due to snow, or your husband travels for two weeks suddenly. Life happens and in those moments, we (whether we want to or not) we have to show up for it.
In this episode I’m interviewing Lynette Evans, Co-Founder of The Mama Ladder, a heart-centered business support community for mama-preneurs that focuses on four core beliefs: money, time, community, and mentoring.
You are going to love this episode with branding expert Jennifer Maggiore. She is an accomplished consultant, speaker, and author with a passion for supporting brilliant businesswomen through the inner and outer work of developing leading brands.
Anita is a wife to an amazing man, mother to a son, and is a part-time Physician Assistant who works in Integrative Medicine. She is also a FertilityCare Practitioner Intern and a Naprotechnology Medical Consultant Intern.
Today’s episode revolves around the action that you need to take to hit 6-figures in 2019. I hear my clients (and potential clients) say all the time, that if they could just make $100,000 this year then that would change a lot of things for them. So let’s simplify the process and make that happen.
Becoming a Certified Life Coach, Self-Discovery Guide, Inspirational Speaker and Self-published #1 Amazon best-selling author has allowed Dena to share her challenges of becoming a young single mom, going through the learning curves of becoming a blended family with her, now husband of 17 years and 5 children (ages 16-23), and with her entrepreneurial desires, all while facing the pain, hurt, and turmoil of her past.