You, my dear, are a treasure trove of ideas! You believe anything is possible as long as you stay true to yourself and follow your dreams. Learn how to use your multi-passionate nature to keep your clients entertained and infuse more freedom and fun into your business.
People admire dreamers because fear rarely keeps them from making a leap. As a dreamer, you love pushing boundaries of what’s possible or “normal,” and your authenticity inspires others to do the same. You’re a very good motivator, always raising people’s spirits and changing the energy of every room you walk in. You make the world feel like anything is possible, and people love being around you for that.
Looking from the outside, you often seem waterproof when it comes to critique or social expectations. Once you fully embrace being yourself, opportunities flow from every direction. Being a natural performer, you always create entertaining content that reminds everyone it’s ok to have fun in their business.
You see this world as a place of endless possibilities, which helps you think out of the box and quickly become a trailblazer in your field if you choose to do so. You’re creative, innovative, and original, but you often have too many ideas and want to work on them all at once. When shiny object syndrome kicks in, you can get ahead of yourself and not finish what you started.
For a dreamer, it’s crucial not to lose sight of what’s truly important, especially if you tend to lose interest fast. This often results in numerous side projects to spice things up or creating a plan so ambitious, nothing ever gets done. The keys to your success are consistency and limiting distractions. If you can find a way to come back to your “northern star” whenever you feel like drifting away, you can go places real fast.
Your creativity and inspiration usually come in spikes. You can go through a dry month and then finish something people would need a month to complete – in just three days. Learn how to recognize that wave of creativity when it comes and “surf” the hell out of it. You’re the master of creating 3-month’s worth of content in one sitting when you feel like it.
When you’re creating content for other people, keep in mind some people find multiple options overwhelming. Dreamers, often creative volcanos, have a tendency to shower people with lots of ideas, which can be hard to keep up with at times. When presenting your ideas, make sure you pre-select and prioritize to avoid confusion among your clients.
The multi-passionate content strategist behind this quiz, who loves to travel, overdose on caffeine, and most of all, help soulful entrepreneurs create more freedom and income in their business. Over the past few years, I’ve helped dozens of people turn what they know and love into webinars, workshops, and digital products that elevated their brands from stagnant to stellar.
Ever felt like you’re constantly creating content but not really getting the results you want? What about putting off your e-mail list building? Or getting stuck while trying to build an online course? You have no idea just how many people never get out of this loop! But you know what?
If you’re waiting around to feel ready, you better become besties with a vampire, because it’s going to take forever. Sitting on your big idea is stressful, in the long run even more stressful than taking action right now. It doesn’t have to be overwhelming, you just need a step-by-step battle plan that helps you get to that finish line.
It might seem complicated on the outside, but you only need 5 foundational elements to scale a business. Ready? Let's go!
It's not enough to know your ideal client. You need to understand them. In week 2, I'll show you exactly how to do it.
In week 3, we'll decide on the winning digital product idea and make sure it's what your clients actually want to buy.
Not sure what to put in and what to keep out? Week 4 is all about outlining, refining and breaking down your content.
How you present your offer is the most important step of the whole process if you want your product to sell like hot cakes!
In week 6, we'll wrap up the product creation process, finish the sales page and look at different payment integrations.
The magic sauce of online business? Launching your product to a warm e-mail list. You can't wiggle yourself out of this one!
Is your free content getting people to the point they're ready to buy from you or not? Let's make sure it does!