Here’s where I get to share some of the stuff I’m most passionate about with you. I love writing about things I am personally interested in – every subject I choose has had an impact on my personal growth and professional success, and I hope that it serves you in some way too. I genuinely welcome your feedback and thoughts on what I’m sharing here. Feel free to suggest the hot topics, blockages or issues that are important to you, and that would make this page top of your bookmark list. Tune in, check back often and enjoy….
How do you sell a service that feels intangible? In this video and post, I’m sharing with you how you can turn what feels intangible or invisible and make it more real for both you and your clients.
I get this question a lot: what software do I use to create my visual models and my clients’ models? And while there is a simple answer, unless you’re a graphic designer or you’re already familiar with these programs, they are not a good use of your time as a business owner.
In this video, I’m sharing the 3 keys to becoming the go-to expert in your niche. This is especially perfect for you if you’re just starting out and you want to know the things you need to do to accelerate your position. None of these are rocket science, but once you’ve got these 3 things in place, your business will start to take off.
In this video, I’m sharing the top common mistakes people make when creating their visual models and how you can avoid them. These tips are perfect for you if you’ve been thinking about creating your own visual models and want the process to be as smooth and as simple as possible.
I’m showing you how to pull together those four models that you’ve created and turn them into a pitch script or a pitch deck.
In this video, I’m talking about the Yes model. The Yes model is the fourth type of model in my Sexy Model Series.
In this video I’m going to be talking to you about the excite model. There are four types of sexy models that I have and this is number three of four. So, the excite model is all about inspiring your clients and exciting them and motivating them to take action.
In this video I’m sharing with you one of the 4 key visual models you need in your Signature System. And that is the Educate Model.
There are so many different ways to use your visual models from your signature system. When you’ve got these models, you’ll have oodles of content, inspiration and efficient product creation.
How do you actually create visual models? What are the steps you need to take to extract the knowledge and turn it into something simple, elegant and powerful?
I’m so excited that my guest appearance on Samantha Riley’s Thought Leaders Business Lab podcast is NOW LIVE.
What are the 3 key ingredients to becoming the go-to expert in your field? In this video, I’m sharing what they are and how to make sure you have them.
How many visual models do you actually need to create a Signature System? I believe there are 4 Key models that you need to get started (although, you can certainly have more).
In this video, I’m sharing the key benefits of extracting what you know and turning it into a suite of visual models. These visual models become key Intellectual Property Assets that add immense value to your business.
I’m sharing with you my top three “sins” (not really, these are easy mistakes) people make with creating visual models DIY-style, and how to fix them:
How do you become known as the go-to expert? What are the steps most people go through? And where are you on that journey?
How do you create an awesome workbook to go along with your workshops? There are many skills that go into running a workshop and making sure your clients get great results. Whether it’s room management, content, bums on seats and so much more. One aspect that’s often...
I’ve had my podcast Leveraged & Loving It for over a year now and I wanted to share some of the things I’ve learned about the process.
Raving fans can be great for your business. They provide a referral network that promotes what you do to others. There are many ways to get raving fans, including being very good at what you do and providing results. That works best in a one-to-one scenario. But how do you scale that? How do you create raving fans in a one-to-many setting?
This is my guide to finding your Zone of Genius. Are you feeling dissatisfied with your business? Maybe it’s not quite fulfilling you the way you dreamed it would. Perhaps it feels hard more often than it feels easy and fun. I’m not saying running your own business...