What does it take to build business resilience during challenging times? This week, I’m interviewing my wonderful client: Michal Kaye. She has a fantastic story about resilience in business and the process of reinventing herself as a business owner.
What would happen if you could do brave, risky things in your business? Whether that’s investing, showing up more visibly, mastering sales conversations, or asking for more money, where are you telling yourself that you can’t, when you should really be asking, “What if I could?”
Selling is something entrepreneurs everywhere struggle with. It might make you feel icky or sleazy. You could be afraid of putting yourself out there and asking for what you’re worth. You might have trouble with the idea that your selling is bothering other people. Whatever the case is for you, I have three simple tips you can put into practice right now to start boosting your sales.
You have a passion for what you do and your business is mission-driven. You know in your bones that this is what you’re being called to do in the world, and you want to spend your time doing the things you love. But if you’re in the Valley of Despair around something you dislike doing or some negative feedback you’ve received in your business, today’s show is for you.
Becoming comfortable with failure isn’t easy, but learning to fail is an integral part of being a business owner. You might have 100 sales conversations, but if one person buys, are the other 99 calls a failure? The margins between failure and success are slim, but you can’t succeed if you don’t try. So, if putting yourself out there and asking for more is making you feel uncomfortable in your business, this episode is for you.
People don’t like to fail. We don’t want to feel it or talk about it, and we fear it deeply and intensely. Our brains...