Alright team, week two of my favorite topic - setting up your online business for success! I am so pumped by the momentum this topic has gotten in the last week, and hearing your stories about getting websites planned out, businesses planned and dreams realized. The reality of setting yourself up online is that it's a PROCESS. If you do it sequentially and correctly, you’ll have FAR more success than if you just try to wing it and piece it all together. I want you to know th
Top of my mind for the next TWO weeks - yup, that’s how important it is - is setting up your business online. I know you know this, but times have changed, and your business probably has too! It doesn’t have to be for the worst, it doesn’t have to mean less $$, and it certainly doesn’t include you going through Venmo comments to email Zoom links forever. Ya feel me? So let’s embrace this time to set up your online presence, the right way. Over the next two weeks we’re going t
Last week I posed the question, ‘What stays and what goes?’ As we start to ready our businesses for re-opening or returning, with our rewritten 2020 business plans, the questions I hear most isn’t, “what do I do next,” but rather “how do I figure out what to do next?” As someone who religiously engages in a seasonal Goodwill closet purge (mine AND Pat’s - but don’t tell him), I am pretty good at letting go when it comes to those shirts I’ve never worn, and never will. I can e
Yesterday it was announced that CA gyms likely won’t reopen for “months,” sparking the massive wave of disappointment from everyone holding onto that May 19th date, as when life would go back to normal. Yes I am heartbroken, disappointed, frustrated, angry and generally over it all too. Yes, I am ready to go back to work (as if any of us have even stopped in the past 7 weeks) and sweat through 3-4 outfits a day. Yes, I want to sweaty-hug and high-five my clients more than any
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