Blog

What to Do When an Interruption Eats Up Your Work Day

By: Stephanie Tuesday December 6, 2022 comments Tags: Time management, Mindset, Customer retention

What to Do When an Interruption Eats Up Your Work Day

Don’t you just love those times when technical difficulties add an extra EIGHT hours of work to your week? 😅 😫 😭 That’s what happened to me recently. Here’s how I handled the unexpected and unwanted interruption: 1. I used my frustration as fuel. I was fed up. I was PISSED. I didn’t even feel the urge to take a break until I got this problem out of my hair – the first day the problem showed up, I wound up working until around 11:00 p.m. Instead of prematurely forcing myself to feel positive about... Read More


How to Balance Multiple Passions While Growing Your Business

By: Stephanie Tuesday November 1, 2022 comments Tags: Time management, Mindset, Inspiration, Business planning

How to Balance Multiple Passions While Growing Your Business

As an entrepreneur, one of the challenges I face – and one of the benefits I enjoy – is that I’m multi-passionate. I love helping people convey their wisdom in a way their clients can easily understand, implement, and get value from – in formats ranging from emails and articles to coaching or training courses. I also love to create art and write fiction stories, especially platonic love stories. Unfortunately, while some passions can be combined into a single offer, and some fields of work require similar skills (for... Read More


A Coaching Program Creation Mistake that Wastes Your Time and Scares Away Clients

By: Stephanie Tuesday August 2, 2022 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, Copywriting, Mindset, Client attraction, Business planning, Business planning, Sales

A Coaching Program Creation Mistake that Wastes Your Time and Scares Away Clients

Today, I’d like to talk about a mistake some coaches make while creating their offers. This one error can create a load of extra work for you, and can actually scare your clients off of buying your product. That mistake is: overcomplicating things . This is an especially easy trap to fall into if you aren’t confident in your value and the value of your teaching. If you aren’t sure that your coaching is good enough, you might find yourself padding your offer with bonus after bonus (without doing it strategically!) or adding... Read More


How did I Create a Group Training Program in Just 1 Month?

By: Stephanie Tuesday July 5, 2022 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, Business planning

How did I Create a Group Training Program in Just 1 Month?

How did I create a group training program in just 1 month? If you’re a coach who’s been teaching people 1-1, and you’re ready to supplement or replace that offer with one that lets you help multiple people at a time, here's a quick overview of four strategies I used that empowered me to create a program in just one month: 1. Focus on one topic. You don’t need – and your clients don’t WANT – you to teach them everything you know in one program. People usually buy programs to solve a specific problem or get a specific... Read More


How to Keep Your Connection With Your Clients While Doing Group Coaching

By: Stephanie Tuesday June 7, 2022 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, Customer Service, Business planning

How to Keep Your Connection With Your Clients While Doing Group Coaching

Do you ever find yourself thinking, “I’d love to be able to coach more people at a time, but I don’t want to lose the important, intimate connection between me and my clients”? This is one of the most common fears I hear coaches express when they're thinking about expanding their business. We all know that having your income tied to the number of working hours in a day means your wealth and the number of lives you change are both limited, and your income is dependent on you continuing to be able to work. But the challenge of... Read More


Do You Still Feel Like One Big Decision Could Change Your Life?

By: Stephanie Tuesday May 3, 2022 comments Tags: Time management, Mindset, Motivation, Business planning

Do You Still Feel Like One Big Decision Could Change Your Life?

It can be so tempting to believe that making That One Big Decision is going to change your business and life. You’re going to create that coaching program, or sign up for a course, or contact 10 potential clients every day, and everything will improve. So you make that decision… but if your choice to change stops there, your life will stay the same. Why? Because for that choice to have any effect, it has to be followed by countless others. - You have to choose to take the steps required to create that coaching... Read More


What to Do When a Project Takes Longer Than Expected

By: Stephanie Tuesday February 1, 2022 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, Mindset, Inspiration, Business planning

What to Do When a Project Takes Longer Than Expected

Today, I want to get really raw with you. I’ll admit, it’s something I don’t do as often as I probably should. But 2021 upended my expectations of my outcomes and myself, and I think it’s time I shared that experience and the lessons that came with it. You see, there was a time when I could pop out a training course in one month or less. Hence the name of my latest offer, “1 Month Program Builder”. So naturally, when I decided to turn my knowledge of program creation into an audio, video, book and transcript course, I... Read More


3 Ways to Change Your Clients' Lives - While You Sleep!

By: Stephanie Tuesday November 2, 2021 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, Customer Service, Business planning

3 Ways to Change Your Clients' Lives - While You Sleep!

Have you ever heard the Warren Buffett quote, "If you don't find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work until you die"? While some people can and do save up the money they make in their waking hours and then retire, it can be dangerous to rely too heavily on this strategy. People are living longer than they used to , so a retirement plan that would once have been enough to last for the rest of your life might let you outlive your savings now. And if you have a major crisis during your working years, such as an injury or... Read More


Interview with Ely Delaney: How to Save HOURS of Work While Getting Your Clients Better Results

By: Stephanie Thursday June 24, 2021 comments Tags: Marketing, product creation, Time management, Client attraction, Enrollment, Customer Service, Business planning, Business planning, Lead nurture, Follow-ups, Sales

Interview with Ely Delaney: How to Save HOURS of Work While Getting Your Clients Better Results

I recently had a great interview with Ely Delaney, the man who could get hit by a bus today and still be selling his products three years from now. In this interiew, he reveals how he saved himself countless hours on follow-ups and client service, broke the cycle of feast and famine, and got his clients better results in the process! If you want to meet more cool people, including potential clients and strategic partners, please take a minute to connect with Ely Delaney here: https://connectwithely.com/ If... Read More


Interview with Angel Tuccy: How Serving Multiple People at Once Transformed Her Business and Sales

By: Stephanie Thursday June 10, 2021 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, Client attraction, product launch, Enrollment, Customer Service, Business planning, Sales

Interview with Angel Tuccy: How Serving Multiple People at Once Transformed Her Business and Sales

In any given week, how many hours do you spend on sales calls? And if those sales calls are successful, how many additional hours do you spend giving the same teaching points over and over, to one client at a time? When you add all those hours up, it can get to the point where there isn't much time left for the other important things in your business and life, like seeking new leads, keeping up with administrative tasks, finding ways to grow and improve your business, spending time with your loved ones, and enjoying your favorite hobbies. ... Read More



Categories



Archives


Subscribe

rss