This one’s for all of you who tell me that creating content is hard. You’re SO right. Wait - what?! We spend hours filming, editing, writing, shooting, filtering, stressing it’s almost insane that this has become part of our daily lives. And while some of you guys are super creative with your videos, posts, newsletters and other content (like HOW?! - please make courses) others of us - like ME - are very creative at UPCYCLING existing content to let it work for me and serve m
Pricing yourself as business owner can be a tricky one. On one hand - you’re so damn good and worth it and you want your rate to reflect it. On the other you’re worried about new clients saying yes to that price, to existing clients agreeing to it, client retention in the long run, comparing yourself to what others are charging..and the list is endless. We could spend hours (days even) having these conversations: Setting Rates Learning when it’s time to raise rates Pricing t
The coaching industry saw tremendous growth in 2020. For better or worse (yes, I said it) everyone became a coach in something. And while I am a HUGE proponent of sharing your gifts with others, and teaching them in a way that allows us to collectively rise and succeed as a whole, I think it is imperative that you go into any coaching relationship - a course, business mentor, therapy, personal development, etc. - with clear answers to these questions. Just like any relationsh
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