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Batching to save time?

One of the biggest struggles for every entrepreneur is getting everything done in the business AND enjoying time with friends and family. Well my friend I have a treat for you! Here’s a quick video with 9 of my personal time saving tips that I use to run a multi-million dollar business while staying connected with my 2 kiddos AND have time to replenish and fill my cup by taking vacations we've always dreamed of. Here’s the inside scoop: Did I miss anything? Share your best time saving tip so you can enjoy time away from the office! It's super easy to be Facebook buddies, click the button below and we'll be connected! See you there :)


Be Certain It’s a “No”

When a host tells you that you can’t sell at an upcoming speaking event, you want to reframe the question to be certain that’s truly the case. You want to say, respectfully, “Okay. How about if I created a special offer for your people only?” If they start thinking about it, give them the details. For instance, “I want to offer members of your association, 50% off today if they want to take the program. This is so that all of your people can be more successful.” If they respond enthusiastically, great. You have their permission to make an Irresistible Offer. If they say no, all is not lost. Just use the event to collect leads to connect with later. If you don’t know whether or not you can sell, try asking your host something like this, “I’m so excited to talk to your people. How about if I make a special offer just for your people who want to take it further? A special offer just for them.” You’d be amazed at ... More


Sassy Power Hour

Research shows that we spend most of our day picking off easy or quick details, and not accomplishing the high-priority tasks or working on the bigger vision that’s going to move our business forward. That’s why I came up with the Sassy Power Hour. This is a focusing tool to support my Sassy Mastermind members in having three different hour-long blocks during the week, where they are specifically focused on creating the business structure we teach. While I provide them with a customized online tool, you can still apply the powerful principles in your own business. 1. Choose your goal. What is the big vision you’re moving toward? 2. Reverse engineer from your goal. Break down the steps toward your goal. What pieces do you need to put into place? For example, in our mastermind, we provide what we call a Sassy Path Checklist, which includes elements such as getting your Signature Talk and Irresistible Offer ready, and having a super-hot free gift so that if Oprah calls, you’re not only ready to appear and contribute, but to capture hot interested ... More


Powerful Positioning

Christianandlisa.pngWhen it comes to presentations, be they in front of live audiences or virtually via powerful tools like teleseminars or webinars, people often worry the most about the last 15 minutes, when it's time to make an Irresistible Offer or invitation to work with you or come in for a consult. But if you ignore the beginning of your presentation, your audience might never even hear the end …so maybe it's best we focus on that for a moment. The key to keeping your audience on the line or in the room is to create a strong first impression by employing what I call "positioning" in the first 15 minutes or so of your live group presentation, preview call or webinar. Positioning means that you put yourself and your work in the most advantageous view, and you want to do that in the following 5 areas. Here are those 5 P's for Powerful Positioning:  

  1. Position yourself. Right off the bat, you want to position yourself for credibility. You want your audience to see you as someone who is
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The SPEAK Formula

I love teaching heart-centered experts how to get out there and make big money doing what they love. To help you accomplish that on a consistent basis, I came up with this 5-step formula: S.P.E.A.K. S stands for speak. You’ve got to learn to speak in a clear and concise way the unique value that only you provide. For example, I help entrepreneurs sell without being salesy. Pretty clear, right? P stands for position yourself as the expert. To be the expert all you need is to know more in your subject matter than the person you’re talking to. So, just own that. You are the expert in your category. E stands for expect resistance from the outside as well as the inside. When you’re moving forward, you are going to experience resistance, right? That’s a good thing, but so often we interpret that as a reason to stop or slow down. Instead, lean into it. A stands for assume the throne. When I was fired from my dream job on Christmas Eve, I realized that no one was going ... More