Five Mindset Levers To Conquer Most Business Challenges


Any challenge in your business, related to your clients, prices, team, products, services, suppliers, etc., is always the mindset issue. As a business owner, you want to keep your power and act from the place of magical, personal power, not the position of discomfort, fear, self-doubt. Think about how you can conquer most business challenges with five simple mindset levers that could be used easily every day. They create a magical transformation you desire and are scientifically proven to work. Mindset determines your success. There is a massive difference between the unstoppable mindset that will elevate you and help you make quantum shifts and closed, a negative mindset that keeps you small and stuck in the same place. Marketing and sales activities for many online entrepreneurs, especially introvert ones, feel unnatural and frankly unbearable. Some people try to force themselves to do things they do

Five Mindset Levers To Conquer Most Business Challenges2020-12-17T16:50:35+01:00

Craft Your Irresistible Offers With Grace And Ease


Being serious about your business means developing it also by selling. I mean here good, old, personal sales, not an automated funnel, where it is very little or zero contact with prospective clients. I’m not against automation, but I have a strong opinion about being visible out there and being in regular with your prospects. You cannot hide behind the scenes, and you can’t avoid your future clients if your dream about successful business. I know that for the introverts, it sounds serious; for some of them, it might become a severe problem at the beginning. But no worries, sales is a skill that could be learned like any other skill you have already mastered in your life. The ugly truth is that sales is the fuel for your business. If you do not like selling and do not practice it every day, you have

Craft Your Irresistible Offers With Grace And Ease2020-09-24T19:48:04+02:00

Busting Visibility Blocks


The fear of looking horrible in the camera, fear of not making any sense when speaking, fear of putting your face behind the brand, fear of rejection or negative emotions - can you relate to any of those? If that’s your case - this video is for you and it will give you the three great practices to harness above mentioned self-doubts. Busing Visibility Blocks is a masterclass for women who build their online empire but feel demotivated by their fears and do not know how and if they could shut down this feeling. It is a great training material for course creators, program providers and change-makers. It will help all motivated, determined ladies ready for change and some effort that sometimes might be: messy scary chaotic turbulent Change is hard because it is always easier to stay in the old and known environment than

Busting Visibility Blocks2020-09-21T14:11:41+02:00

What You Need To Share With Your SEO Provider Before Any Work Begins?


What You Need To Share With Your SEO Provider Before Any Work Begins? Not so long ago I have decided to give a project of a one-time web page optimization for one of my websites to a professional SEO agency. That was (and still is) type of a job that I prefer to delegate to the relevant experts. Had I not have the previous experience in this process being a liaison for my clients in contacts with SEO providers - easily I would be swamped into a potentially stressful process. To be completely honest it was not entirely painless exercise this time, either. I decided to share the key learnings and observations with my friends and colleagues. Discussing it with them I have quickly realized how they dislike it and how distant this topic appears to them. Even super smart people try to neglect and avoid getting closer to the

What You Need To Share With Your SEO Provider Before Any Work Begins?2019-07-01T11:23:29+02:00

When Is It Important To Have Call To Action?


When Is It Important To Have Call To Action? The other day a friend of mine - business coach and facilitator called me for consultation. She sounded really concerned and she wanted to discuss this Call to Action thing that someone brought to her. I have to admit that she listens to her audience very carefully and tries to respond to the needs presented. She is also in the process of revamping her website so she is particularly cautious for comments related to the user experience (UX). Somebody in her audience mentioned “There is no call to action under your photo on the website where you invite people to your blog. You need to have it, absolutely”. Instinctively she was sure she needs it, yet a little voice in her head called for consultation and check-up.   And you know what? I have looked at this particular place on her website,

When Is It Important To Have Call To Action?2019-07-01T11:24:42+02:00