Ceci Foltz, work from home mama with 2 girls, helps women create confidence through self love, self care and banishing limiting beliefs.
Kate Swoboda helps individuals, teams, and companies see where old, fear-based habits have kept people stuck or started to limit what’s possible for an organization, and then start creating more courageous lives by getting into “the courage habit,” a four-part process for behavioral and organizational change.
Alli Worthington is the co-founder of the Blissdom Conference, and is a speaker, podcaster, and business coach. Her goal is to help women reach the next level. Alli co-founded multiple companies and has helped individuals, small business owners, and Fortune 500 companies be more successful. Alli’s no-nonsense, guilt-free take on business, family, and balance lead to appearances on The Today Show and Good Morning America.
Jody is a busy mom of two boys, a wife, and a nature lover. She’s a two-time Amazon bestselling author, and her most recent book is “Mommy Reboot; A Busy Mom’s Guide to Self-Care”. Jody is a self-care coach working exclusively with busy moms who want to feel less overwhelmed and more fulfilled and she’s known in her industry for transforming the lives of moms through the art of self-care.
In this episode I want to share with you what I’m doing to work smarter, not harder this summer. Now I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, our businesses are not cookie cutters. What works for me may not work for you, and vice versa. That’s that’s ok! But why I’m sharing this with you is to help you to see what you could do to help set you up for success this summer while wrangling those amazing kids of yours AND still building your business.
Wendy Breakstone is a seasoned Small Business Coach & Systems Mentor with more than 18 years of experience helping entrepreneurs grow and scale their businesses. Wendy has a diverse business management and marketing background that includes working for a best-selling spiritual author, owning and managing a 6-figure web development and marketing consultancy, to expanding her own business knowledge working with companies GoToMeeting.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.