Whether it’s working out, taking classes, writing, running your business, everyone’s got a slightly different style of working and learning.
I know that for the most part I love to work in solitude and then peek my head out when I’m done to get the next step. Some of the best online learning experiences were ones where I had to show up every single day, though…
I’m curious now about your audience. How do they like to consume your content? Where do they consume it? Do they want to do it at their own pace, in the dead of night, on the beach?
Or do they want the camaraderie of the group, the class, the mastermind?
Today’s episode of the Fearless Launching explores this question and shares why it’s important for you to know as you go into your next launch.
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Going evergreen is something I'm hearing a ton lately from people who are creating new products, new services...the end goal seems to be making something more automated and available all the time.
If you've ever wanted to know when to go evergreen with your digital products, listen to this episode!
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A behind the scenes look at the tools and tech I used to set up my new online shop but also the challenges along the way -- not your normal launch story.
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This quick episode shares a behind the scenes look at what happened to my website last week, what I did about it and why you should take proactive steps today to make sure you're protected during your next launch!
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So, probably 6 months ago - maybe longer even - I discovered a show called The Profit on CNBC which follows host Marcus Lemonis as he helped struggling business owners turn their businesses around. I found the show by accident and it immediately took over the top spot above Shark Tank and Undercover Boss… notice a theme there?
Now, of course, I love watching and learning how businesses grow, but after watching several episodes of this show, I realized why I was learning so much. He was using a framework and repeating it to me every single time. People. Process. Product.
Here's what we cover today:
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