I’m pretty sure today’s guest and I are sisters separated at birth. She is all about helping people find and embrace their expertise...and figure out how to turn that into a profitable course. But more than that, my guest Jeanine Blackwell seems to be this amazing combination of support, strategy, and tactical execution.
See - literally, I keep saying, wait that’s me too!
Jeanine’s in the middle of a launch right now and she sat down to talk about figuring out what you should offer whether it’s your first, second, or third time out of the gate.
She asks the tough questions that you probably haven’t thought of or taken a step back to think about.
Are you avoiding one area of true expertise? What question does your course answer? What’s something your ideal customer will actually pay to solve?
We get into a whole bunch of topics including:
And so much more!
Look around at businesses online and offline - and it feels like some brands and companies are launching all the time.
But while you might see Starbucks, LuckyBrand Jeans and Kate Spade sending multiple “sales” emails every week… how much is too much when it comes to launching?
Should you launch all the time? Only every 6 months? Perhaps once a quarter?
And what exactly can you launch each time?
Today’s episode is a totally new style and feature this podcast recorded in my kitchen while I paced back and forth speaking into my iPhone.
I’ll be honest, there was another show in this slot today but I just had to get this question answered because it seems like I’ve been hearing people struggle to understand or figure out how to pace their launches.
In this episode, I share the primary tools I use for every phase of content creation -- whether it's for my blog, this podcast, my new channel on Youtube...coming up with the easiest tool set up is crucial to make sure I can get it all done!
We go through the brainstorm/planning phase, actual creation and workflow, and then finally discuss analyzing what's working and what's not.
Even if you are new to thinking about your blogging or podcasting as a strategy, this episode shares super simple and some fun tools that really work well together!
Check out the show notes for this episode and also check out others you may have missed: http://www.annesamoilov.com/show
Today's interview is with Carrie Green who founded an amazing organization to help women entrepreneurs feel less alone as they build their businesses.
The Female Entrepreneur Association is an online hub with the mission of inspiring and empowering women from around the world to turn their ideas into a reality, build successful businesses and live a life they love.
Carrie shares the story from idea through launching the associations signature product--The Member's Club...she really knows how to rock the perfect combination of knowledge, inspiration, and strategy...and I dare you to walk away without at least one nugget to grow your own business.