I see you, planner Queen! You love to be prepared, organized, and productive, and have no trouble sticking to your plans. People love looking up to you because you’re a natural-born leader and super reliable! If you’re curious about how to play to your strengths to create content that will take you to the next level, keep on reading!
You, my dear, are a self-starter and you thrive in your business when rules, tasks, and deadlines are clear. You do love a good plan and are the ultimate champ of ticking things off your to-do list. Your ability to become laser-focused helps with delivering things on time – sometimes even earlier than expected. Go, you overachiever, you! How we wish we could all be half as productive!
On the flip side, you have a habit of taking on too much too quickly and not asking for help. This can push you into a workaholic spree where you completely forget about self-care and eventually burn out. Make sure you stay flexible and embrace the fact not everything will always go to plan. Tech will fail, your blogs will have typos, and people will forget about meetings. But you know what? The world will continue spinning.
Ever visited perfectionism purgatory? I bet you have and on more than one occasion. Because you don’t like leaving projects unfinished or handing in something half-arsed, you want to have everything ready before you take action.You polish, and polish, and polish. I know you want it to be flawless, but if your content isn’t our there it can’t help anybody. Typos or no typos.
Spending hours on some random detail that doesn’t make much difference, is just holding you back! Be mindful of where you direct your energy and time. Must this be done by you, or can it be done by someone else? It’s imperative you remind yourself, not every task needs to be completed by your hand. Delegate!
You don’t need to wait until every page of your website is polished to perfection. Or until the course is 100% created. Or until there are no typos on your sales page. You need to practice getting things started and putting them out there even if they aren’t spotless. Create and stick to a schedule – once the deadline is up, whatever you were working on, needs to go live. Yes, paws off!
Delegate, delegate, delegate! When working in a team, it’s imperative you don’t micromanage and try to create everything by yourself. Keep in mind not everybody is great at following deadlines and rules, and yes, it’s often frustrating because you like working with people who are dependable. But it’s not your job to roll up the sleeves and let others slack off.
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!