How to Get Back On Track (Even If You’re Feeling Stuck)

Feeling stuck? Here’s how to get back on track! I don’t’ know about you, but I haven’t achieved everything I set out to achieve this year. That realization brings up all of those gross, yet familiar, feelings: guilt, frustration, disappointment, shame. And I’m OK openly admitting that. Why? Because I can’t don’t let those feelings get the […]

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Diving Into Pre-Launch Content: An Epic List of Ideas

I’ve got your back with this epic list of pre-launch content ideas Pre-Launch. It’s when things get real. It’s also the most important phase of your entire launch sequence. From the outside looking in, your pre-launch won’t seem that significant. However, for you and your launch team, pre-launch = crunch time. The better prepared you are […]

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Prevent and Treat Launchphobia By Doing This One Thing Before Your Next Launch

Ready to Bust Through Overwhelmism, Procrastination and Comparisitus? I’ve seen too many solo entrepreneurs give up on launching out of sheer frustration. For example, one client was so consumed by her coaching practice and part-time job, she never completed a launch plan for her program for parents of gifted children. The launch process paralyzed her before […]

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Savvy Snippet (aka Quotes for Entrepreneurs): The Smallest Deed is Better

Savvy Snippet is where I share my collection of favorite quotes for entrepreneurs. Today’s elegantly describes the importance of small deeds vs lofty intentions. Intention is all well and good. In fact if your intentions are not honorable, you lose no matter what. But at a certain point, you have to stop planning (intent) and start doing (deed). […]

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So Many Ideas, So Little Time (or How To Tame Idea Overload)

Idea Overload is an entrepreneur’s curse. We’re a creative bunch—we can’t help it. The challenge is handling the onslaught of ideas, then doing something with the best ones—bringing them to life! Why do we struggle with creating, completing and publishing—consistently? It comes down to these three issues: Having a place to store your ideastorms (and finding them when needed) Mapping, […]

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How to Productize Your Service: Part 1-Introduction

Coach. Lawyer. Consultant. Speaker. Copywriter. Therapist. Doula. Golf instructor. Personal chef. Seamstress. What do all of these professions have in common? They are non-tangible services. The problem with being a service-based entrepreneur is that if you’re not “there” to perform said service, it doesn’t get done. If the job doesn’t get done, you don’t get paid, you […]

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