More articles in category: Entrepreneurs

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My co-authored book launches today!!!

Today is the day! 

My coauthor book is officially released! Our book helps women of all ages to become Choice Makers, but primarily focuses on the pivotal time of being in our 30s, and how different that looks in this day and age. 

We are raising funds for UNWomen – End Violence Against Women Internationally. 

Today is our rally for Amazon best seller, a...

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Start An Authority Business In Your Backyard!

There are more entrepreneurs trying to brand themselves as authorities than ever before. As I mentioned in my last article in this series, positioning yourself as an authority is the smartest thing a business owner can do to generate more revenue.

Ho…

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How to Weather the Storms of New Entrepreneurship

What do you think of when you hear the word entrepreneur? A successful person like Tony Robbins or Mark Zuckerberg? A strong female leader like Marie Forleo or Oprah Winfrey?

I used to think of a bold, confident, and ambitious person, driven to succeed and virtually unflappable. The world was their oyster and they had full control of their dest…

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You Can Win A Bookstore!

After many years of running a successful bookstore in Wellsboro, a local couple is ready to move on to new pursuits. But they’re not selling their bookstore using a traditional method. They’re offering one person the chance to win a bookstore for $75.

Kevin and Kasey Coolidge started From My Shelf Books & Gifts in their hometown in 2006. It was t…

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Build Structure….Leap Ahead To Stardom

Sometimes you forget that when you go higher, whether physically or in a mental state or in business – you must have really good structure below to sustain your growth. Without this structure, the success is short lived.

Let’s reference the above picture. This is a current day stock market chart. Why a stock market chart? I wanted to use something that everyone can…

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Our relationship with our entrepreneurial self

As entrepreneurs, we constantly have to use certain skills and qualities that we otherwise wouldn’t have to use as regular employees. Just like an employee who wants to succeed, you will need to possess a lot of those same skills, however, not quite in the same way.

Self-motivation, giving myself feedback, problem solving, moral support, creativity, an…

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How Weather Affects My Financial Health or Does It

Sadly for most, the month of August has arrived. However, for me, I’m usually quite relieved when August arrives! You all might think that I’m a little unusual but most years, by this time of year, I’m approaching a burn out with my 6 day, 12 hours per day work week and teaching schedule.

Sadly, this year is different. Not because I’ve changed anything, but becaus…

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As a small business owner, how far will you go?

No matter the type of business you are in, as a small business or business owner everyone can agree that customer service is of paramount priority. Attracting, gaining, and maintaining customers is arguably the most important area of business to focus on (once the brand/product/service is established and in good working order).

As a small business o…

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I Want to Write a Book: Part 1

Yes, I want to write a book.

I have an idea, and I’m excited about it. 

I know the title of the book, how many chapters it will contain and what each one will discuss.

But I have not written a single word down.

I have jotted a few ideas in my iPhone “notes”, and that’s about it.

I had planned on taking this very week off from anything ...

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There is no such thing as failure: only feedback.

Here’s a fact of life: All behavior is a feedback loop.

You want something, you try for it. If you fail, you can try the same thing again; or you can figure out what the first try taught you (feedback), redesign your strategy, and then try again. Get more feedback from your second try, and keep changing and refining until you get what you want. Try and refine, try...

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From Comfort Zone To Profit Zone

Do you really want to live your dreams? Think carefully before you answer. How you answer this question will determine your life journey. Will you be a ‘wandering generality’ according to Zig Ziegler or a ‘meaningful specific’? Will you cower because of…

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AHA!

Ahas are turning points if you pay attention. They’re interesting little buggers that creep into your system and fill every cell of your being with clarity and conviction. The hard part is the work that comes after AHA; the work that it takes to turn clarity and conviction into doing and achieving. 

My AHA came to me one dreary October Friday afternoon when Oprah’…

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Seven Strategic Secrets In Marketing Your Stories

 ”There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Maya Angelou

Whether you realize it or not, we ARE our story.

Whatever we tell ourselves, that’s what our brain will choose to believe. Do we rely on the opinion of others to shape our lives? Or can we think “outside the box” and be the person we...

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TIME FREEDOM

Every day I wake up and I am so very grateful that I own my life. I can decide…

– How many hours I work.

– How busy I want to be.

– How social I want to be.

– To take the time to workout every day.

– When to take days, or weeks off.

How many people can say that? How many people leave their home every day for TEN hours a day. Th...

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Payment Processing: an industry with no standards

 I have worked in payment processing for many years now, and would like to share what is not always public knowledge. By default, open a business and you may ask your financial institution to help you setup a merchant account so you can accept card payments. It may sound all very normal, and in fact it is, however the pricing is very expensive. added fees for multi…

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Giants In The Land

So, God has called you to become an entrepreneur. No surprise there. He said that He has given us the ability to get wealth (Deuteronomy 8:18). He also said that everything we put our hands to will prosper (Deuteronomy 30:9). So cool. With God on your side how can you lose? You are unbeatable. Sounds good right? You have so many plans and ideas of how you want your busines…

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Are you a good person?

I know that deep down everyone thinks they are a good person. Well, I should rephrase that. I THINK that deep down MOST people think they are a good person. I’m sure there are a few rotten people out there that know they are rotten, but for the general majority most believe that they are a good person. Let’s take a deeper look at tha…

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Get Your Web Browsing Under Control

For today’s tip I want to show you how you can be more organized when you are browsing the web. My favorite browser is Google Chrome because it plays nicely with different integrations and extensions. One feature that I love about Google Chrome is personas. With Google Chrome you can create different personas which manage different windows of Chrome. Let me explain…if you’re …

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3 Steps To Becoming A Highly-Paid Authority

reading time: 3.15 minutes

Back in 2006, my first book failed! Looking back 11 years later, I am thankful that it did. My goal was not just to publish a book, but it was to become a world-renowned expert on sales. I wanted to travel around the world and speak to millions of people. I guess God had a different plan for me.

After that first book failed, my d…

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Find Your Niche – Not Really a Secret!

Your Niche – What can it be?

One of the top catch words of the last few years in marketing is “niche,” and following that, the phrase, “niche marketing.” Ears perk up, and minds open a bit.

Everyone seems to respond positively to the concept of, niche marketing, even if they only have a vague concept of …

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ARTISTS REASSEMBLE

I recently read an article about comic book artist, John Romita Jr. who blasted Marvel Comics for replacing and changing the design of classic characters to cater more to the fans growing desire for more diversity in today’s comic books. 

You can quickly read the article, posted By: Matt McGloin 04/21/2017 – It is a very short articl…

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Shout Outs to all the entrepreneurs and Start-ups!

Recently see on Facebook:

“Here’s something interesting:

• Kylie Jenner sells a lip gloss, and people buy it.

• Michael Jordan launches a new shoe, and people buy it.

• Matthew McConaughey is the spokesman for a car, and people lease or buy it.

• Apple launches a new phone, and pe...

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What Do I Do Now? Entrepreneurial Crossroads

What to do, what to do…How to do it, how to do it…HELP.

A million thoughts and ideas are going through my mind and I’m having a hard time structuring them. I have “big picture” perspective, but lack the sharp focus and “small picture” steps to get there.

I’m talking about my social marketing business. Wait, stay with me! Don’t run…I know I would have in th…

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1,2,3, Fifteen: The Productive Entrepreneur

If you work for yourself, chances are you work from home, and chances are your work space looks NOTHING like the ideal scene depicted in the headline picture! If you’re a woman and a mother, there are a million things to do in and around the home on top of running the business. I know that sounds stereotypical, but it is a reality for many of us “mompreneurs”. Unless y…

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How to Harness the Power of Trusted Advisors

The most effective way to get good results in business is to act strategically and swiftly. Fail fast and small to prove your concept then build on what you learn. There is some research involved, but only to the extent you can take steps in a logical sequence to get the desired result. This is hard to do if you do not have a good team to support your efforts. …

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10 Questions- Ken Dunn

Reading Time:60 Seconds

I am writing a series of articles asking a guest 10 questions, How they start their day, who has influenced them most? What habits they have? Read on and you will find out a little more about this weeks featured guest…

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What You Need To Start An Online Business.

Your Facebook timeline may look like mine, flooded with ads promising to share the secrets to building a six figure business, work from home, travel the world, create passive income..scam or any truth in it?

Too often in coaching sessions people tell me they fantasize about escaping their current job or career. That their unhappiness and symptoms of depression a…

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Meaningful Organizational Change: The Grammar Trap

The first time I remember wanting to become an author was my sophomore year in high school. I was a very good student, but always faced a challenge in English – especially with grammar. Present, past, first person, nominative tense with a dangling participle – What?! My theory of skilled writing was, and I suppose, still is – does it sound right?  So, I petulan…

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Your First Contract

The first contract you will ever establish in your life is the contract you have with yourself.

Learning to trust your own word comes before you can offer your word to any other human being on the planet. Personal integrity comes before social integrity.

Including personal belief’s, this should be your holiest of scriptures (Which can also incorporate religi…

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Mimic the Mentors

The Marie Forleos, Seth Godins, Malcolm Gladwells and Danielle Laportes of the online info age have it figured out so why not learn from the best?

There’s no need to reinvent how it’s done. Real, honest helpful information distilled in easy digestible content whether written or in webinars is what made them the thought leaders they are today. They figured out how it’s…

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Personal Development and a Horses have in common?

In the modern world, people widely used the term ‘Personal Development’ in everyday life, but most of them don’t know the meaning of it. Personal development is actually about devoting time in yourself so that you face up any circumstances effectively, that this mortal life might bring upon you. Instead of waiting for the opportunities that might come in your way per…

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These are the People In My Neighbourhood #3

Dear Friends, Neighbours, & Readers,

I am deeply proud to introduce to you one of the nicest, and most creative specialists for Top Of Mind Awareness promotional items, Sharkie Tarakjian. I’ve been very honoured to have been able to work with this amazing team, and I consider Sharkie more than a trusted resource & community partner, I consider him a…

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These are the People In My Neighbourhood #3

Dear Friends, Neighbours, & Readers,

I am deeply proud to introduce to you one of the nicest, and most creative specialists for Top Of Mind Awareness promotional items, Sharkie Tarakjian. I’ve been very honoured to have been able to work with this amazing team, and I consider Sharkie more than a trusted resource & community partner, I consider him a …

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How to Gain Financial Freedom

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about independence, specifically as it pertains to my work life. I think that ANY job could feel stifling when you feel obligated to work it; the knowledge that you must stay where you are, or must keep certain benefits, can suck the joy out of anything, eh?

I’m also getting more in tune with who I am and what…

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Five work rules for writers:

Get into a groove – Figure out your best times of day or night to write and make everything else in your life work around that. Do whatever helps you gear up for what will be a few hours at your desk. Run around the block, meditate, take a spin class or delicately sip your cuppa green tea then prepare to sit and typ…

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The Pen is in Your Hands to write Your Life!

All we can do is Control our Efforts, not the Outcomes – so why DO we focus our efforts solely on the outcome? And why boast about our successes or mope around when our efforts aren’t rewarded with a tangible result?  And why do we judge ourselves so harshly when we make mistakes?

Was it our upbringing? Were we disciplined negatively & sometimes …

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I live by The List!

Do you ever feel like your head is going to explode? Do you lay awake at night, mind racing? Thoughts spinning like a tornado?

My brain is often on overload. Think about it, I’m a mom-entrepreneur. I need to manage the child, meals, activities some house chores (I’m lucky, my husband is very good at house keeping), school events, my business, clients, staff, jobs, m…

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Writing Workshop Warriors

The desire to write a book is noble but realistically speaking, writing and getting a book published is actually a challenging process. Most people can’t manage it and yet the publishing industry is on fire with self-published authors.

If you are reading this because you have a big book idea itching to get out then maybe you’ve seen them. Those self-…

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Appreciating our Beautiful Differences

Montreal is a melting pot, just as many of our great Canadian metropolitan cities are. This translates into being confronted by various languages, ethnicities, beliefs and perspectives, among other aspects that contribute to our rich culture. After all, a community’s ability to co-exist with its various members despite the differences between them is a good indicator of …

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A Route Less Traveled: Reader-Driven Publishing

The business of publishing has gone through a notable shift in recent years. It used to be that if one wanted to be a published author, their only option was to send query letter upon query letter until a publisher was willing to take the risk. Unfortunately, agents and publishers receive upwards of 100 queries a week, and often do not give more than a passing gl…

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To the aspiring entrepreneur.

When it comes to picking your career, you balance pleasing others with what is expected of you. You do as your parents say, get the university degree, get your best suit on and land a corporate job. You find something that you can tolerate, that pays the bills and convince yourself you’re lucky to be employed. Days become years, and you fail to find passion in what you do….

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How do you fly faster than your competitors?

Author Ken Ingram, MQA

It all begins when you shift your thinking and start to think like a designer. I recently read Josh Linker’s book “Disciplined Dreaming“. It was another great reminder of how important it is to continually challenge your business model. If you are not tinkering with your business at least once a week, sooner or later one of your co…

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The Skill Set Tipping Point

One of the best and most challenging things about being an entrepreneur at any level is the opportunity to learn new things.

There’s always new technologies to learn, new strategies to consider, new skills to master.

There are moments, I’m not going to lie… that it feels like I’ve traded one hamster wheel for another…

What else do I need to learn before …

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3 Ways to Never Succeed with Your Startup

1.     Continual researching / studying / reading:

I recently purchased Stephen King’s book on writing. It is excellent, thought provoking, and makes an excellent addition to my writer’s library. I also find that my “spare time”, such as it is, is being eaten up by reading about writing – and I haven’t actually been writing.

Beware the t…

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Mixed Feelings

In just a couple of hours, I board a plane to Orlando. I’ll be gone for 5 days in total. It’s a business trip with bonuses: I’ll be attending a convention, but also spending some time with a dear friend who happens to live in the same city where the convention is taking place.

I’m excited. It’s winter here in my part of the world, and I’m going to Florida. I’ll…

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What You Hate Doing May Be the Key to Your Success

I’m in the midst of preparing for exponential growth for my companies. This preparation stage has left me feeling…sometimes vulnerable and raw, and at other times, insufferably bored. Growth of the magnitude I’m most interested forces me to dig in and work on all of the things I like least in my businesses. It means that “legal” and “accounting” are at the top of my pri…

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Automate Your Business

Hey there! It’s Nichole Carpenter, your Business Operations and Automation Advisor. If you are an entrepreneur who is ready to have an empowered, growing business then you are in the right place. Today I’m going to introduce you to the #1 tool that will make your business run more effectively. Now, most likely you’ve heard of and even used this tool before, but here I’m…

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Take Care of Your Heart…Feed Your Soul!

It has been an interesting couple of months, this 2017.

As I house clean my Heart, throw wide open the closets where I’ve thrown my “Stuff” that I haven’t really wanted to deal with, the dust is profuse and the clutter profound. As an Entrepreneur, a Wife, a Mother, a Grandmother, a Sister & a Friend, there is this delicate thing we all …

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Facebook Posts: 3 Tips Entrepreneurs Should Know!

There are so many joys to being an entrepreneur, but keeping up with what’s happening in Social Media? That can be a frustrating challenge! 

Here are a few tips, that I’ve learned along the way. They make posting on Facebook a little bit easier and, even, a little bit fun!

HUG…

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Do You Have a Plan B?

Did you always know you wanted to start your own business? Or are you one of the many loyal individuals who was happily going to work and then one day you’re told “your services are no long needed because the computer will take over”? I know that feeling all too well.

My family had a business during my childhood and I know the demands that we were faced with as ch...

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Lessons Learned: The New Entrepreneur

“But I’ve been trying everything.” I blubbered, wiping my snotty nose with a Kleenex. “I even read 20 affirmations OUT LOUD this morning like a psychopath.”

It was Day 8 of my life as a solopreneur, and my first cry.

“I’m trying so hard and doing everything I should, and yet the results are WORSE.”

Thankfully, on the other side of the ...

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Becoming “More Powerful and Confident

By Ken Ingram

Whatever you do or wherever you go, at some point in your business life you will have an opportunity or more to speak in front of a group of people. When such occasions present themselves, you will have no choice but to step up and inevitably be in the spotlight. It can be the scariest event in the life of your business or your moment to shine.
I of…

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How Hot Dogs Saved My Life

Hot dogs saved my marriage too! I’m not kidding… Once upon a time I was wealthy. Private plane wealthy, 100 acre farm with multiple homes wealthy and then in 2007 (I don’t know if you noticed) the housing market crashed. 

In 3 short months, I went from wealth to the poor house. Of course, poor is a state of mind and broke is a state of wallet. So, I’ll rephrase to, …

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SHE LOVES ME, SHE LOVES ME NOT…WHO CARES?

Last month I took part in a small seminar about publishing at one of my local libraries. The seminar was hosted by two representatives from a well renowned publishing company. One of the topics of the presentation emphasized the importance of being traditionally published as opposed to going the self-publishing rout. They also emphasized the importance of hav…

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What Its Really Like Working With A Business Coach

I started my business at the beginning of the year after graduating with my third degree, as a Nutritionist. I was fully aware of my purpose ten years ago, to coach, to help others through personal transformation. I also needed the time in my twenties to go through my own.

I graduated and was ready to dive into the world of entrepreneurship. I spent more and mor…

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Death of the Golden Rule

Why are bankers despised?

The gist of the “Golden Rule” is simply treating others as you wish to be treated; unless you’re a banker. Then the rule is: “He who has the gold rules.” Perhaps that is why bankers are despised. Their self-effacing rule defies human dignity and respect.

There was a time, not so long ago, when a man’s or woman...

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Creating Your Own Success Team

Dale Carnegie is credited for teaching the leadership concept that there is no such thing as a self made man, someone had to help him along the way. The central message of chapter 10 in “If You Think You Can” is teamwork! I hope to illustrate why building a team…

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Get Out of the Kiddie Pool!

I once had a long-distance friend visit for a 5 day stay.

She spent the first four days regaling us with her deep love for swimming, and stating how much she wished we lived closer to a pool. Her abilities appeared endless, and she would intermittently wax poetic as she regaled with tales of her prowess in the water.

On day 5, my mom surprised us with a 30 m…

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What does your island look like?

There are many quotes about words having power. ‘I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.’ Often, people around me serve as life lessons and sources of inspiration for my next piece of writing.

Recently, someone I know compared me to a tree who stands alone on …

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Secrets Of Equity Crowdfunding

Nathan Rose, who is originally from New Zealand, currently talking to us from Budapest, and calls himself a digital nomad, which I just love so much. Nathan has a background in investment banking and he went to school in New Zealand and now is the director of Assemble Advisory, which has raised over $11 million. They are equity crowdfunding experts. H…

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So You Want To Start A Passion Business?

Do you ever get that “what am I doing with my life” feeling? Maybe you realize all your decisions leading up to this point in your life were made to please someone else? Maybe you choose to travel the expected, predictable road that would keep you safe and taken care of?

I mean c’mon who wouldn’t want a map drawn out with exact steps leading to a guaranteed des…

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Falling Down Seven Times… Getting Up Eight!

Well hey there!

Welcome back! 

Today I am going to be writing about learning from your mistakes.

In my last article: “Breaking Up With Brand New” I shared the universal entrepreneurial truth…

The key to building something succes…

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Label Your Notes in Google Keep

This is the second article in my Google Keep series. You can read the first article here.

Once you have all of your business cards captured and transcribed in Google Keep notes, you will want to be able to quickly find certain notes. Keep…

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The Future is in the Follow-up

Connect, Captivate, Convert is a mini series of articles which speaks to the wholistic approach of growing your tribe and ultimately the bottom line. After you have successfully cinched the deal, THEN what?

A sustainable future is definitely in the follow-up! The most important phase is keeping the customer engaged after the transaction of the sale. You must co…

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How To Be Successful At Crowdfunding Pt 1

Due to the current economic climate more and more individuals and enterprises are turning to crowdfunding as a source to finance their ideas. To get Venture Capital funds is like farming for rocking horse poop. You have to successfully mate a unicorn with a 4 leaf clover. Banks might loan money, but the problem is you have to begin repaying before the creating is comp…

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20 Mile March

In Jim Collin’s writings, Collin’s touches on the subject of a “20 Mile March” multiple times. In depth the story tells of a 1911 expedition to the South Pole between two parties of explorers (The Amundsen Party & The Scott Party). For The Amundsen Party it would be a race to victory, and a safe journey home for the whole group. For the Scott Party it would lead t…

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The Essence of Growing your Tribe Part 3 of 3

In Parts 1 and 2 of this mini series, we’ve discussed how to connect with your audience to create an impact, then we discussed the idea of captivating them with your story of why you are doing what you’re doing.

In this the last of three parts, lets look at how to convert connections to dollars…

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The Essence of Growing your Tribe Part 2 of 3

In Part 1 of 3 of this mini series we talked about how to connect with your audience to create an impact. Connecting from a heart source. Extend yourself genuinely and seek to befriend rather than to sell.

Part two is to captivate your audience. To do this, you need to understand your story. You must be able…

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How I went from Depression to Living Vibrantly

Yep, I went from Depressed, Skinny and Unhappy … To … Vibrant, Happy and Fully Fulfilled.

No long ago I popped anti depressants to help me get through my day and popped sleeping pills to get me through the night. I was unhappy, skinny, unconfident, and desperately hard on myself. That was the old me though. Now, I’m new and impro…

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How More Play Can Improve Our Work

We must embrace the energy and creativity of our inner child to “think different” and “outside of the box,” which is what most companies want from their employees these days. 

And it’s definitely what entrepreneurs need to stay engaged and hopeful in their passion projects!

Play gets us into that highly desired sta…

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Breaking Up With “Brand New”

Are you a multi passionate entrepreneur, trying to figure out how to get a new idea off the ground?

Are you new to this idea of starting your own business and just starting to dabble?

Then keep reading because this article is for you.

Regardless of where you’re at in your biz journey, I’m sure you’ll agree one of the hardest things to figure out when y…

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Thinking of Starting Your Own Business?

Take some business advice from Pope Consulting newsletter contributors.

· Keep your receipts, contracts, legal documents, and invoi…

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My MISSION of LASTING Change………….

Jan 6/17

Goal setting – Love it or Hate it?

Did you set goals for 2017? Do you believe that you’ll carry on & stick with your plan?

Here’s my take on Goal setting & the results:

  • Remaining faithful to a plan, in my mind, IS the achievement whether we accomplish each goal or not!! Do you feel the…
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The 1 Skill

In all of my life experience, in all applications, I believe one skill trumps all. The ability to create.

In my past experience in what I thought was “secure” employment I witnessed, layoffs, pay freezes, contract delay tactics, excessive terminations, and other things many would deem as unsavory business practices.

In the middle to late stages of my …

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New Year, New Resolutions

New Year, New Resolutions

Happy New Year! It’s the very beginning of 2017, and with the new year comes so much hope, promise and optimism. I’m sure I’m not the only one who subscribes to creating New Year’s resolutions – but how does this translate to business goals and resolutions?

As an entrepreneur and business owner, the two almost have to go hand in han…

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Because You’re Worth It!

Over the years I have spoken with many entrepreneurs and there is always a recurring theme: What should I charge for my services? Now this question arises, not really based on numbers, but rather, the question is based on self-worth.

So let me ask you a question. Why did you start your business? Because you are good at what you do. Heck you would even consider yo…

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The Reason You May Feel Overwhelmed.

I was coaching an entrepreneur this morning and thought I’d share the advice I gave her here:

Are you spending all your time and energy gathering information on what you should be doing? 

You don’t need another webinar promising to share the latest secrets to success, you don’t need another self help book, you don’t need to keep observ...

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ME vs. MY NOVEL

I recently spoke to well-known fantasy author, A J Dalton about what it is like to be a new published author. Prior to being published back in October 28th, 2016, I told him that my friends and family have been asking me how it feels. My answer would usually be, “I don’t feel anything, except for the fact that I feel like I’m still worki…

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The Power of Persistance

Do you ever feel like your just not quite…. getting anywhere with your business?

*averts gaze… looks at shoes*

It’s the dirty little secret of the creative entrepreneurial world.

We all feel it sometimes… that nagging tug in the pit of our stomach that says… I just spend 4 hours working… but what have I accomplished?

So…

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The One Easy Step to Change Oh Sh^#! to Oh Great!

Have you ever realized that your competition is doing the exact same thing as you?

 

This is what we can call an “Oh Shit!” Moment. Most businesswomen are destined to experience it at one point or another.

 

Let me tell you about mine.

 

I had a meeting with another visionary, Julia Pimsleu...

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Attract an Abundant Life Privately NOT Secretly!

Many of you are probably familiar with the movie called “The Secret”. It created quite a buzz empowering millions of people across the globe to change their status, whether financially, socially, economically or simply their relationship status. One of the members of the team who enacted in the movie – Lisa Nichols – has a powerful story. Her inner drive to change her enviro…

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Why?

In 2009 Leadership and Management Consultant Simon Sinek wrote a book titled: Start With Why. In the book Sinek correlates extraordinary performance with a corresponding purpose. Sinek labels that “The Why?”

Sinek’s TED talk on the same subject can be fou…

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External to Internal Expectations of Ourselves

Although I have till now, been writing about the Expectations of life and what the world expects of us, I believe that in order to deal with the outside world in a positive manner, one has to first start from the inside. When one is taking steps to gain strength, maintain or improve one’s health, one can face the world with confidenc…

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Letting things work.

Recently in my entrepreneurial journey I’ve been ramming my head into some pretty substantial walls.

I mean.. every time I turn around it feels like I’m coming up against another hurdle!

Solutions that I thought were solid… suddenly fall apart. Ideas that I thought were great creative solutions… seem to fly like lead balloons.

I’ve put…

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Planning your Work-ation: Tips for Digital Nomads

I can be productive anywhere that has a good WiFi connection. The freedom I experience in running my businesses remotely is a feeling I wouldn’t trade for anything in the world. I’m a modern day nomad; thirteen trips a year, a team of thirty based in locations around the world, and the flexibility to choose when and how I work.

With “great power comes great respon...