So many decisions are based on who your clients are, from the type of content you’ll create, the topics you’ll cover, to the problems you’ll solve with your services. Because all is tied to who your ideal clients are, the sooner you figure out who you love to work with, the better.
You might need a bit of experience working with people before you can identify commonalities between them, but you can also use Continue reading →
You want to do what you love. I’ve talked a lot in this blog about how to find that thing you’d love to do. That’s the easy part. (and if you’re still struggling with that, make sure to grab my Career Clarity Cards, my gift to you)
However, there is a second part to the story. Yes, the story that goes: “Do what you love and money will follow” I’m sure you’ve heard of it.
The thing is… for most of us, it didn’t work like that.
Isn’t it time I share a bit about what it really takes to get paid for your passions?
Because it’s kind of a dirty little secret no one wants to talk about. Continue reading →
Coaches are known for asking a lot of questions. I’m curious by nature, you see, so it only made sense that I ended up becoming one.
Questions are valuable, but only if you ask the right ones.
For example, from all the telesummits I’ve listened to along the years, one has really stood up among all. And the reason was that they kept asking the same powerful questions to all the participants. It was great, and finally gave me a wonderful global understanding of the topic.
So when Nina Lenton shared this “chain of questions” blog post challenge, it got me interested right away.
And you know what? If you are not able to answer these questions for your own business (or soon to be business) it means Continue reading →
Most heart-centered professionals take their first steps into entrepreneurship with a very incomplete vision of what they really need to build a business. No doubt they put a lot of love, time and effort to lauch it, but then they spend months struggling because nobody seems to want what they have to offer. Ouch!
The reason why this happens is because they lack a real clarity about the 3 foundational elements upon which every sustainable biz is built upon.
Yes, most probably than not, these caring, heart-centered professionals took the time to do a bit of soul-search: Continue reading →
So you’ve been working hard crafting your offers. You’ve put together a valuable service or product that you know will help your ideal clients solve a problem.
And you are almost ready to offer that to the world, but, first, you still have to answer this question:
How much should I charge for this?
And that’s a question the will inevitably raise lots of fears, doubts, worries and can leave you with a knot in your stomach for several days.