Today, I’m talking with productivity expert Elisabeth Galperin, owner of Turn Leaf Organizing. Elisabeth talks about how habits should not be viewed as events that happen one time, but rather they should become a way of life. We also discuss the key difference between amateurs and professionals when it comes to setting and achieving big goals.
We all face obstacles, every single one of us, and almost on a daily basis. Chances are good that today you are going to run up against something that feels like an obstacle, something that stands in the way of what you are trying to accomplish, like a task or a goal. BUT, a lot of these things we THINK are obstacles are actually not obstacles at all, but something else altogether. Today I’m going to reveal what’s actually going on here and how you can recognize and overcome obstacles.
Most solopreneurs undervalue their worth. They don’t think they can charge a lot of money for the work they do. They feel like if they charge more, people won’t be able to afford them, people will stop coming to them for help, and their business will fail.
Today, I want to dispel this myth once and for all. I want to talk about WHY we undervalue ourselves and the underlying mindset that’s actually causing this misbelief. I also want to show you how charging more for what you do won’t actually hurt your business at all. It can actually transform your entire business and your life in a very good way.
Whenever I work with clients and we start getting into defining their ideal client or their customer avatar, this question comes up: should I have just one customer avatar, or should I have multiple customer avatars? And the answer is…it depends! There are a few situations when you would definitely want to create multiple customer avatars. Today, I’ll walk you through a few scenarios where you’d want to create multiple customer avatars and give you some cool tips for defining your customer avatar.
As a solopreneur, setting powerful goals is one of the most important things you can do to grow your business. You’ve probably heard of S.M.A.R.T goals – goals that are Simple, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound. Setting S.M.A.R.T goals is great, but if you want to 10x your results, check out these 3 very powerful goal-setting tips that will help you virtually lock in success.