Summer's here! It is that time of the year again where most of us are strapped for time and our productivity levels spiral down. I understand that many of you are really strapped for time as your kids are home for the summer or you are just really wanting to enjoy - like who doesn't, right? It happens to me too. Just last week, my kids were home between the holidays like from the 4th of July until they started camp this week and around these times, my productivity was low.
When this happens to you, you have to have a very clear plan and focus on the income-producing activities of your business.
And so, this week on the podcast, I did a special summer episode for you where I broke down the exact strategy that my team and I used to make $84K in just 30 days. I also discussed the step-by-step process on how I would actually go about this so that it would be doable for you to get to $30K this summer by working 3 hours a week.
[03:13] Retroactively looking at the numbers...
A lot of emotions come up when you think about leaving the career you went to school for.
Most of the clients I work with have bachelors or masters degrees. These people are highly educated. Maybe they climbed up the corporate ladder and became a professional in the upper echelon of a company.
Many of you are high achievers and worked on this goal for a long time. Leaving that environment is causing some shame, guilt and pain for you. And that’s completely unnecessary.
Try to think differently about the situation.
Move forward and step into the role that you were meant to have
Anytime you’re looking at the past, and thinking about what should have been you’re not moving to where you want to go. Steeping in those feelings can actually have you moving backwards.
Let go of the pressure cooker that is the thoughts causing these painful emotions. Anxiety, shame, guilt, are all unnecessary and only serve to weigh you down.
In this episode, Mariana talks about the feelings that come from not working in the career that you went to school for and how to deal with them.
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[03:58] Everything happens exactly as it should
[05:19] What most people think success is, but it really isn't
[08:00] Consider how you’re looking at this
[09:36] Introducing the Intrapreneur
[12:50] Let's talk about the elephant in the room
[19:03] The past is in the past
[20:14] Dealing with your friends and family
[24:11] What if you’re being recruited?
Your thoughts and mindset are so essential for your success in business. Growing your business while you’re constantly feeling guilty is next to impossible. I’ve helped many clients get over this hurdle and can do the same for you. If you're having problems with your mindset then please apply for a...
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Building a waitlist is one of those things. It might not seem like a big deal at first glance but it’s critical to creating a consistent recurring revenue for you and your business.
A woman who has been in business a long time has done everything under the sun to sell her program. But she couldn't not get completely sold out of her program.
I want to share with you this story so you know who to get sold out, build a waiting list and why we need to have an online waitlist.
First of all, her pricing was not aligned.
This happens very often. More often than you might think.
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In this episode, Mariana talks about having a waiting list for your program. Why you must have one and how to go about implementing it so that your clients feel like they are getting value even on the waiting list.
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[02:54] How a single sheet of paper can alter the course of your business
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Let's consider your reason for starting an online coaching business. More money, more time, and less work. However, all too often we get stuck trading dollars for hours and the business that was meant to be our dream career has become a nightmare job. As service-based online entrepreneurs who want to make an impact through the work that you do long term, this doesn't have to be the case. If you know how to create a passive income, you'll be able to have that consistent recurring revenue coming in even when you decide to take a few days off.
When we talk about working less and earning more you need to look at how your time and earnings are being divided between the three types of income.
If you want to learn how to create cash flow, you need to know the types of income.
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Most coaches give you a framework that you can use to get to where you want to. Most coaches offer accountability as well. Most coaches are going to do everything in their power to make sure you reach your goals.
Great coaches are able to help their clients without compromising their own time and energy. They’re not concerned with doing things the right or the wrong way. They know that worrying about that doesn’t serve anyone.
How to think about things in terms of whether you want to do things that are “right”. You don’t want to make any mistakes or do anything “wrong”. You want to do the best things, do the things you're supposed to. I know this struggle a lot, I'm just like you.
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One of the most important things for you to understand as a business owner is that you will always have problems. This is a good thing though because this means you and your business is alive.
Some people come to me and say “Once I make X amount of money then I won't have any more problems.”
I have been a consultant for a multi million dollar company and they still have problems. The difference is they are better at problem solving and don't make drama about it. They can move through things very quickly without making it mean something else completely unrelated.
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