Before I found success I struggled for years. I knew that I wanted success badly and read tons of books from successful people on how to be successful, but I was still failing.
I’m sorry for all the coaches, consultants, strategists, teachers, gurus – that were terrible in whatever way they let you down.
How do you respond when people ask, “What do you do?”
(1) Do you feel confident because you know exactly what to say to end up with new clients?
(2) Do you freeze up, get nervous, and try your best to fumble through with an explanation and get ZERO clients from it?
(If #2 describes you, you definitely want to keep reading…)
I believe your success is inevitable. Like the saying goes, "If you want something you've never had, you must do something you've never done."
Over the last 15 years as a coach and business owner, I can tell you it's true and more often than not it has to do with mastering a new mindset.
Do you ever fumble the ball, so to speak, when you're talking to potential clients? It may happen right at the beginning of your session. Or, it could happen somewhere in the middle. If you ever run into this kind of situation where you fumbled your way through, then you’re going to love this…
If you are currently struggling to get clients and make a name for yourself in your industry or have ever struggled in the past with it, read this article from beginning to end.
I'm going to share with you what "the struggle" actually is, why it's a good thing that it's happening to you, and how you can move past it fast into...
Imagine, what if you were at a crossroads…
...and when you look to your left, you see familiar and safe surroundings. But when you look to your right, the path looks uncertain. Even though it looks uncertain, you also know that path has a lot of thrill, beauty, and excitement.
Have you ever heard the story of David and Goliath? It’s a story from the Christian bible, but you don’t need to be religious to relate.
In a nutshell, it’s about a young boy named, David, who against all odds faced the giant, Goliath (who terrorized the area) and beat him. By all logic, the boy should’ve lost, but he believed in himself, stepped out on faith and did what not even the grown, strong men of the area could do.
One of my favorite things to do is surprise and delight people. There's just nothing like giving someone something that they weren't expecting and they become happier, or better off in some way because of it.
For instance, I scored some tickets to the Emmy's. So, guess what I did? I took a group of my premium clients with me. Check us out looking fly...
Have you ever messed something up really bad and thought to yourself? “Wow, there’s something wrong with me…”
When we mess things up, it’s so easy to feel ashamed and to take that one problem and globalize it to our whole identity.
We can be quick to think things like...