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Are You Undervaluing Yourself and Confusing Your Clients?

By: Stephanie Tuesday July 6, 2021 comments Tags: Marketing, product creation, Copywriting, Mindset, Motivation, Inspiration, Public speaking, Client attraction, Email marketing, product launch, Content marketing, Enrollment, Public relations, Lead nurture

Are You Undervaluing Yourself and Confusing Your Clients?

Dear Badass, Beautiful Coach... Have you ever had a time when you told your clients about your amazing system or strategy that you KNEW would change their lives... only for them to respond with disinterest or confusion? And do you ever worry that you might not be ENOUGH of an expert, or wonder if your well of knowledge is deep enough to be worth the price you want to charge? In this video, I describe a deceptively simple, yet important truth that many coaches forget, and I explain how forgetting it causes them to confuse their clients,... Read More


Do Your Coaching Clients Really Expect Perfection?

By: Stephanie Tuesday February 2, 2021 comments Tags: product creation, Mindset, Inspiration, product launch, Business planning

Do Your Coaching Clients Really Expect Perfection?

Are you waiting to sell your expertise until your offer, knowledge or course is “perfect”? It can be tempting to hold off until you’re SURE. Sure you’ve included all the information. Sure your clients won’t be disappointed. Sure your offer is as good as the other ones on the market, if not better. Sure you won’t fail. While other coaches are serving clients, you’re getting ready to serve them. While others are making mistakes, getting feedback, and improving, you’re waiting for a guarantee that you won’t make... Read More


Are You Taking These Important Steps to Reach Your New Year's Goals?

By: Stephanie Thursday December 31, 2020 comments Tags: Time management, Mindset, Motivation, Business planning

Are You Taking These Important Steps to Reach Your New Year's Goals?

New Year's Day is fast approaching. For some people, 2021 will be the year when they reach some of their most cherished goals; for others, it will be just one more year of the same old struggles. Which type of person will you be? Obviously, we all want to be the first type. So to help you accomplish that, I made a quick video with some specific, actionable tips you can use to achieve your goals in the coming year, and every year afterward. What goals are you working to achieve? I'd love to hear from you in the... Read More


How Your Wealth Affects You and the People Around You

By: Stephanie Tuesday December 1, 2020 comments Tags: Mindset, Inspiration

How Your Wealth Affects You and the People Around You

Do you ever worry about what kind of person you'll become when you make a lot of money, or about the impact your rise to wealth will have on other people? So many of us grow up with messages that tell us rich people are bad, and that it's greedy and evil to have a lot of money. "Eat the rich." "Power corrupts." "They're leaving so little for the rest of us." Message after message - some subtle, some overt. Of course, in some cases it's true. Some people have made a fortune by exploiting other people and refusing to contribute their... Read More


What To Do If You Don't Have Enough Material For A Group Coaching Program

By: Stephanie Tuesday November 5, 2019 comments Tags: product creation, Mindset, Inspiration, product launch, Content marketing, Business planning

What To Do If You Don't Have Enough Material For A Group Coaching Program

When coaches who are used to working one-on-one start to create their first group program, some of them worry that they don't have enough material to build a full curriculum. They get held up by doubts, such as, "I normally get a lot of my coaching material by listening to my clients and offering guidance based on what they said. How can I pull together enough information to make a full course without the client's active input?" In this video, I'll give you a quick, simple method for overcoming this obstacle. By the time you're done this... Read More


New Class - Low-Cost Marketing for Small Businesses and Freelancers

By: Stephanie Saturday June 1, 2019 comments Tags: Marketing, product creation, Copywriting, Blogging, Article creation, Lead attraction, Mindset, Client attraction, Email marketing, product launch, Content marketing, Webinar, Enrollment, Business planning, Lead nurture, Follow-ups, Social media, Sales

New Class - Low-Cost Marketing for Small Businesses and Freelancers

I was planning to write this on Tuesday, but I decided to share it a bit early, becauseI'm celebrating a new accomplishment: I just published a class on SkillShare, called Low-Cost Marketing for Small Businesses and Freelancers ... and for a limited time, you can get it for FREE. In this 68-minute class, you'll discover how small businesses and freelancers can attract leads while spending little or no money on advertising, and convert them into clients without feeling guilty, pushy or salesy. You can access this class, and thousands of... Read More


How to Shed Fear and Guilt and Make More Sales

By: Stephanie Tuesday January 22, 2019 comments Tags: Mindset, Client attraction, Enrollment, Sales

How to Shed Fear and Guilt and Make More Sales

When you're having a conversation that you hope will lead to a sale, and it's time to ask for money, what kind of feelings come up? Do you feel confident, happy, and ready to give great value and be paid what you're worth in return? Or do you feel guilty, nervous, and uncomfortable with the idea of asking someone to part with their hard-earned money? For many people, asking for money is a challenge. The media, our peers, the internet, and sometimes our parents tell us that rich people are greedy and bad, and to ask someone for money is... Read More


How Business Owners Can Let Go and Relax During The Holidays

By: Stephanie Thursday December 20, 2018 comments Tags: Time management, Mindset

How Business Owners Can Let Go and Relax During The Holidays

Happy holidays! Today's blog post is a few days early, because who wants to read business emails and work-related blogposts on Christmas Day? OK, I'm sure there are some of you out there, and hey, I'm not here to judge. :P But if you ARE reading this on Christmas, that might be a sign that you have a special need for it, because today's article is about how to let go and relax during your holidays, instead of feeling constantly guilty because you "should" be getting work done. Full disclosure: this is an area where I myself need to... Read More


How to Respond When Potential Clients Say They Aren't Interested

By: Stephanie Tuesday December 11, 2018 comments Tags: Mindset, Client attraction, Enrollment, Public relations, Sales

How to Respond When Potential Clients Say They Aren't Interested

When you're passionate about helping your clients to overcome their challenges and create the lives of their dreams, one of the most frustrating things you can encounter is a person who DEFINITELY needs your product... but still says "I'm not interested". They said they have the problem you solve. They said they want the outcome you create. And yet, they still said "no"! When this happens, many business owners make a sale-killing mistake: they keep on talking about their product . Even though the person they're talking to just said... Read More


5 Content Marketing Strategies That Boost Your Visibility as a Coach

Tuesday October 16, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Lead attraction, Mindset, Inspiration, Public speaking, Client attraction, Content marketing, Public relations, Business planning, Video marketing

5 Content Marketing Strategies That Boost Your Visibility as a Coach

Today's blog post is written by Hisham Wyne. “We could all use more coaching.” - Richard Thaler The world is a noisy place. The chaos of everyday life, the cacophony of the city, and even the muted chatter around you can all contribute to a distracted mind. The modern world – with all its developments and conveniences – can also be a place where you cannot even hear yourself think. A Helping Hand There are some people who cannot function well in the midst of all the auditory and visual noise. They get sidetracked,... Read More



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