Last week, Kylie on my team asked me for blog content one week before our annual big event. I typed up a reply to her to say, “let’s skip next week” and then I had a moment.
We walked into the establishment starving. The waitress showed us to a table and both my husband and I headed for the restrooms.
Have you bought into the hype that if you create the perfect sales funnel with the right upsell and down sell, you can rapidly earn millions? This is simply not true.
We think of social media as a way to connect with our friends, loved ones, and community. But it doesn’t always feel that way, does it?
It’s that time of year again! As my team and I come together and prepare for (what we believe to be one of the most anticipated events of the year) Money, Mindset and Marketing, we couldn’t help but map out a list of previous event fails. Yes, event fails. Let’s be honest here- no matter how much time you invest, how much effort you attempt to put into your flawless execution or how much energy you put into planning an event, things can, and likely will, go wrong.
One of my favourite things about this business is having the ability to recharge and strategize with my team and clients after a powerful event.
I couldn’t resist. I kept writing down ideas, quotes and notes that really resonated with me and it felt so good to hear other people share about their personal and professional experiences.
A little while back, somebody within a Facebook community I am part of shared a situation about the financial struggles they were having in their business and was seeking guidance.
I was immediately struck by the number of women that responded to this post stating; “You have a money-mindset issue.”
If you want to show your customers how much they mean to you, communicate with them regularly and do things that are meaningful to them. Why are you sending an email when you can pick up the phone and talk? Have you considered sending them a hand-written letter on their birthday instead of a text?
During daily communication, emails regularly get misinterpreted because we read them through the filter of how we’re feeling at that moment, not through the feeling of the sender. However, when you speak to someone, you can hear the enthusiasm and sincerity in their voice.