I remember several years ago when the itch for "more" in my life first started. I was searching for what it was I wanted to do (or be for that matter).
Coaching was not even a thing I had ever heard of, except in sports of course. Shit, I wasn't really even on Facebook because I just didn’t care what people were eating for breakfast.
I started following Leonie Dawson back then and just loved her energy, enthusiasm and what she was doing in the world. But BLOGGING was a thing that I had zero interest in but was what she basically focused on with her freebies and membership. So I resisted, thinking this kind of thing wasn’t for me.
This is a loaded question isn't? We all hear and read a lot about how investing is the ONLY way you will move forward in your business. Since there is a lot of transparency (which I love) among entrepreneurs we often know exactly how much people invest and it can be in the tens of thousands of dollars. That can be freakin' scary! What if you don't have that kind of cash hanging around? Maybe you don't want to go into credit card debt. So what do you do? How can you wisely invest so that you keep moving forward and gaining momentum in your business?
Taking risks is what any business is about. There is absolutely no doubt about it. Just starting a busine...
If you are starting to see that you are overwhelmed with all the free or paid programs or courses that you have signed up for, you are not alone.
Many, many newer entrepreneurs find themselves in this situation because they are just SO excited about learning new things and creating their own business. But after awhile you may find that you are feeling stressed because you can't keep up with the material, you are finding yourself dreading participation, and you are feeling like it's just too much to handle.
You are in program overload. You are learning a shit ton of stuff, which is great, but you are likely not applying it because you are just trying to...
I see this a lot; people with great business ideas and dreams who don't step into their vision because they think it's going to cost a shit-ton of money to start. Granted some businesses may have quite an investment. What I'm specifically talking about in this article are online businesses in industries such as coaching, consulting or other services that can be done or sold online.
If you are fairly new to the entrepreneurial world you probably follow some people who have been in the field you are excited about for quite some time. Their videos are all pro, they have tons of professional photos, they email you on a regular basis, you see them in...