Do you feel like you live in the land of ideas, but when it comes time to talk to your customers, things fall a little ... flat? Even though you're excited about what you're creating, you're struggling to generate that same enthusiasm from the people you're marketing to — and that has you feeling discouraged, overwhelmed, and like you're drowning in a sea of syrup.
That struggle? It's no way to build a business.
I started my first business 7 years ago when I propelled myself into the entrepreneurial world with a copywriting agency. Since then, I've worked with over a hundred entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes helping create better experiences between people in all roles.
I also go by the name "mom." With a 2 and 4-year old at home, I'm no stranger to wild and crazy seasons of life. The sleepless nights, unpredictable routines, and constant interruptions (even when you have childcare) make it mission-critical to run a more focus-driven business.
Along my entrepreneurial journey, I've learned a thing or two about productivity, growth, and building incredible experiences that make people want to come back time and again. Now, I want to help you do the same with this signature offering — The Focus-Driven Biz.
Included with this is a full workbook and videos to guide you along the way.
Learn how to tap into the ACTUAL problem you solve and WHY you're showing up daily to solve it using a three-pronged waterfall approach.
One of the most important things you can do for your business is getting to know the people who fuel it. Yes, you know yourself, but you’re only a small part of the equation. Your customers. Your partners in selling. They’re the ones who will put dollars in your bank account and get you to a place where you can support your family, have the flexibility to play with your family more often, and power your engines.
Do you know how you're going to make money? It might not be as clear cut as it seems on the surface. This module breaks down the math and offers innovative ideas to help you earn more.
You have the idea. Now it's time to move towards implementation mode — and it might not be as complicated or technologically complex as you might think.