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In each episode, we take a deep dive into one core growth strategy so you can gain a solid understanding of what’s required to serve, sell, and scale your consulting business.
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Have you been struggling to maintain a consistent cash flow in your coaching business?
Consistent cash flow is something we all look for when starting a business. At the end of the day, you want to see that all your hard work and sacrifice is reflected in your bank account.
Do you have any idea what’s required for you to evolve and grow as a person? Service provider? CEO?
This is what I’m going to be tackling during this episode. It’s particularly important if you find yourself with any limiting beliefs, or if you have a lot of people around you who don’t understand what’s going on.
When you hear yourself saying things like “It’s difficult to make new friends as an adult” when you’re trying to upgrade your circle, or “Selling my services is hard” when you’re trying to find clients then it’s time for a mindset shift.
This episode features the wonderful Shannae Ingleton, an entrepreneur who serves as a glowing example of how to take the lessons learned from the corporate world and apply them to entrepreneurship. She not only quit her job to start a business but then returned to the corporate world in order to fully learn about what it took to run a successful business.
This episode is all about what you need to do when reaching these low points because you will have to decide whether you’re going to choose comfort or courage in your journey.
Is it possible for a side hustle to become your primary source of income? Absolutely! But it takes a certain amount of commitment to get there, as well as a particular mindset. You have to show up consistently, even on the days that you don’t want to, and especially when you don’t feel like it.
Part 2 of 2. With COVID-19 in full effect, it’s important to think about what 4 things you need to pivot in order to protect your online coaching business. Get ready for some honest, open and transparent conversation.