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.
You might think having children at home means you can’t hold a proper schedule for running your business. Our brains offer us thoughts like this about the circumstances of our lives and businesses. But when you really unpack these thoughts, are they true, and is believing they’re true serving you? Entrepreneurs everywhere are letting their thoughts prevent them from creating real wealth, so it’s time to have a discussion about distinguishing the thoughts from the facts.
Discover the three most common selling mistakes I see business owners making, and how to spot where you’re making them in your own business. I’m giving you the foundation for building real wealth through serving others, and showing you how to fix the selling mistakes that are currently holding you back.
As you grow your business, new money blocks will come up every step of the way, especially when it comes to marketing, selling, and receiving more money. So, if you’re ready to start overcoming your money blocks, you’re in the right place.
I recently asked listeners to send me questions for an ask-me-anything episode, and you did not disappoint. I got so many responses that I’m doing two Q&A episodes full of insightful questions that will resonate with all of you. This first episode is all about debt and preparing young couples for their financial future.
We will all experience crises and loss at some point in our lives. Whether it’s a terrorist attack, a health crisis, the loss of a person, a relationship, or a business, I’m creating today’s bonus episode as a resource you can refer back to any time you need some advice on running your business in a crisis.