#68: Planning a Foolproof Live Event with Rich Brooks

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A lot of you have asked me if it’s a good idea for you to start planning live events. You see the entrepreneurs you admire staging weekend retreats where they get up and set their audience on fire with excitement, education and motivation. Maybe you’ve even been to one and thought “Hey, I could do that!” … Click to Read More

#67: Should You Narrow Your Niche?

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Do you ever find yourself in the middle of a challenge with your business and wondering, “How did I get here…again?!” Nothing feels worse than the suspicion that you’ve been spinning your wheels for the past month. (Or quarter. Or year.) The last thing we want is to get caught in a downward spiral, where … Click to Read More

#66: How to Get Your Business Back on Track

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I started out this year with a fully fleshed-out calendar. I knew exactly what I was going to do, when we were going to promote, when we were not going to promote, when I was going to take vacations, etc. Everything was planned. Well, as you probably know, things change as the year gets going. As entrepreneurs, … Click to Read More

#65: Selling Yourself–The Art of a Winning ‘About Page’ with Melissa Cassera

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For busy entrepreneurs, the About page of a website is one of the easiest to put off. You might throw a few vital details up there, like your name (always a good place to start) and your credentials, and promise yourself to fill it out later. Maybe you even go back and try adding some details … Click to Read More

#64: A Backstage Pass to My Most Successful Launch Yet

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Two weeks ago, in Episode #62, I reviewed the project plan I use for all of my promotions. And if you downloaded the free Project Plan Checklist that I offered, you might have had some questions about the bigger action items on that list. I’m going to break down some of those bigger items in upcoming … Click to Read More