As an Empowered Fempreneur, it takes courage to stand up for what we believe in, to claim our power, to help others and to live our passion. Often it's just easier to stay in our comfort zone. But staying in our comfort zone leads to boredom, depression,...
You’ve heard the saying, “life is what happens while you’re busy making plans”, right? While it may sound cliche, we often forget it’s truth — I know I do. Expressive Arts Facilitator Diana believes this statement can also apply to adversity. She is a living example of triumphing over life’s adversity with resiliency.
Having gone through most of my life with very low self-esteem, it’s been a struggle trying to believe in myself when it comes to my business.
I have days where I truly wonder just what the heck I’m doing…I’m not cut out for this. I’m not smart enough, savvy enough…the list goes on.
We talk about this quite a bit on the show, but defining your niche not only helps you to land those juicy, mouth watering clients, but it allows you to love what you are doing.
When you specialize and define your niche, you gain the power to say NO to the opportunities that don’t fit with you.
Some of the most common questions I am asked are, “How do I get clients?”
“Where can I find leads?”
“How do I grow my list?”
It’s not enough to just post funny pictures of your cats and pop out some quotes on Facebook Online lead generation takes planning and strategy.
After being told at the age of 37 to either have weight loss surgery or die, Bryan Ganey ignored the doctors and proceeded to lose almost 400 pounds on his own through diet and exercise.
Weight loss has been a huge struggle of mine for years. Bryan is proof that anything is possible if you just do it! You can reject the lies of the weight loss industry and accept the truth, which is that losing weight and keeping it off involves nothing more than common sense.
June 15, 2017 – How to Stay Sane While Juggling a Houseful of Kids and a Home Business With Jen Riday
The main reason I started my business at home was so I could be here for my kids.
Those of you who juggle a home-based business and a family know it’s not an easy feat and can leave you feeling like you need to check into a padded cell just for some quiet time.
I’ve been involved in event planning and oh my gosh is it a ton of work! I’ve even thought about putting on my own live events, but the thought of trying to plan one has me curled up in a ball in the corner.
Luckily, our guest this week, Knakeesha Samuels, has this down to a science!
Most entrepreneurs create a business in order to create a lifestyle. But many of us don’t actually plan out what we want the life to look like 1, 5 even 10 years down the road.
But you will have a better idea of how to get started after this episode.
I don’t know about you, but I find social media to be incredibly time consuming and at times overwhelming. Yet it’s a necessary evil in the entrepreneur world today.
There are so many opinions on the best way to manage your accounts, what times you should post, how often, etc…it’s enough to make your head swim.
We are born with unwavering confidence. As infants and children we just know that we can learn to crawl, walk, speak, and so on.
Unless something happens to shake that confidence. Like ending up in the foster care system and living in 22 homes in 5 years.