Oftentimes, my clients come to me with the same problem: they are stuck in a vicious cycle of feast or famine months. Those feast months are great, $30,000 launches are amazing, but if the next month is followed by a famine month, like a $1K month, it’s going to make that feast month feel not so successful.
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.
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.
To celebrate the 100th episode, today I’m sharing 10 lessons learned in 10+ years of online entrepreneurship. I’ve probably made all of the mistakes an entrepreneur can make, I’ve had huge successes and huge failures, and have been in 4 vastly different businesses, and so today I want to dive a bit deeper into the lessons I’ve learned in my entrepreneurial journey.
Today I’m interviewing content marketer and recovering news producer, Jaime Hanson. At heart Jamie has always been a storyteller. From making coffee runs in Shondaland to running red carpets for Entertainment Tonight, Jaime spent seven years living the Hollywood high life before a new baby and cross-country move had her living that yoga pants #momlife instead. (Goodbye stilettos. Hello sippy cups!)
Today’s episode is going to be a bit different from what you normally expect from me. I’m not talking business strategy or interviewing another mompreneur and picking her brain. Today I’m sharing about the recent loss of the patriarch of our family, my Pap, and how that has given me even more conviction about where my business is going.
In this episode I’m going to show you how incredibly important your environment is to facilitating the success that you so deeply want and need in your business. I’m going to walk you through your physical environment and also challenge you to think about the external factors that affect you and how you work and act in your business.