Michelle Knight is a Branding and Business Coach who has distinguished herself as an entrepreneur by teaching the power of storytelling and its ability to unite people, especially women. She has helped transform the businesses and lives of female entrepreneurs by supporting them in tapping into their story to create a standout brand and message, ultimately leading them to living a life of freedom.
In our businesses, and our personal lives for that matter, saying “NO” has to be done. By saying “YES” all the time to everything and everyone it’s a drain. And if you’re showing up to serve your clients or even your family, drained, I’d argue you’re doing them a HUGE disservice and those two groups of people deserve your best.
Lindsey Nadler is an empowerment coach that helps women live fully connected their passion so they can walk out their calling with confidence. She is the host of The Passionista Podcast and leader of The Passionista Community which is dedicated to empowering women to turn their God-given dreams into a reality.
I’m so excited for this new shift and direction in the podcast and I hope you are too! To celebrate the new focus, today’s episode revolves around the action behind becoming a 6-figure mompreneur.
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.
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.