POWERHOUSE TRAINING CALLSApril 19, 2018
- 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 1pm PST (4pm EST), unless otherwise noted
- Join calls live to get the most from them, ideally on video (to create connection)
If you’re in your stretch, it’s powerful because you’re getting out of your comfort zone. There’s no growth in your comfort zone and there’s no comfort in your growth zone.
Show up to these Q&A calls with intention, purpose, and clarity around your question, and be laser-focused on your request. Helping us get to the point faster is only going to strengthen us in our entrepreneurship!
Ex: If there’s one problem I could solve today, what would it be? If there was one area I could use support in, what would it be?
Re-play call (AUDIO ONLY)
April 19, 2018
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QUESTIONS + ANSWERS
Barbara: in my business, I can do really well with cold market, talk to anyone, ask questions, and loop it into her products – how can I do that with my warm market (i.e. friends)? I talk, but never bridge that gap to share with them, and then feel bad because I know I can help them.
If it’s that loud, the way I crush that voice (“don’t make the offer”) I call it out and say “I know we go way back, and I’m finding myself wanting to talk to you about XYZ and I have this voice inside saying “don’t do that” and I may be concerned what you’re thinking, and I believe this can make a difference for you. I don’t want to make a decision for you. Do you mind if I share it with you?
I have this project I’m working on, and I’d love to get your feedback on it. What do you think about XYZ…?
- If you feel a wall coming up, break it down.
- Be transparent
- Don’t be attached
Jess: you just came back from your vacation and I’m just getting back into life after leadership. I’m not “burnt out” but I’m exhausted. I love what I do, but what is your best tip for staying ON it all the time? How do you keep momentum?
Even rest is work. Even self care is work. Slowing down can help you be more productive/efficient. Arianna Huffington’s story of collapsing from exhaustion on Super Soul Sunday with Oprah. The biggest thing she shifted was the amount of sleep she got. So, if you need a nap, take a nap. Make the decision, and take the “me” time you need! Seek what rejuvenates you. Map out your day so you don’t hit that exhaustion. When you have sprints coming up, block off times ahead of time that’s just for you. Find your WHY and decide “what’s working for me? “What’s not working for me?” “what do I get to shift?” Everything is a choice.
Gustavo: what’s a good strategy to really find your client?
I’m wanting to understand your mind and how you crafted your message to attract your ideal client?
We’ll be doing lots of trainings around this. There are many strategies. There’s an abundance of clients everywhere – though there are moments of plateaus. I know it’s a block in my head. Write down all the ways you can think of to attract clients. It’s not about having 20 different ways. It’s about showing yourself that there are plenty of ways to build your audience (challenges, list builds, opt-ins with online marketing funnels, network, speak from stages, etc.). Once you have this list, pick your top 2 or 3 favorite ways for you and just decide “I am committed to mastering these 2-3 ways of client attraction.” (Amy = email marketing, speaking, organic social media)
How do I merge two worlds (artist, mystic, visionary), so how do I market my business?
Don’t think of it as selling. Thinking of it as making a difference for people!
How to get grounded before a call?
Focus on making a difference. Tune in to being there and for a friend. You already know them. Simply show up for them to make a difference.
How do I start attracting a different type of clients?
All in your marketing messaging. Speak their language.
How to get on stages?
Google searches for where your ideal clients are going (organizations, other events)
What to use for scheduling and payments?
Accuity, vcita; timetrade, calendly
Direct pay, paypal
Just ask yourself one question: Committed or Not Committed?
Amy Yamada, your business coach
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