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The Fearless Launching Show with Anne Samoilov

The Fearless Launching Show is a podcast for entrepreneurs who want to bring their most important ideas to the world. My mission is to help online entrepreneurs narrow in on their most important ideas, get things done that matter, to build the life and business they dream about.
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Now displaying: October, 2017
Oct 19, 2017

This week, I'm going to take you behind the scenes a bit. You see, I'm recording a special walkthrough of my Launch Workbook and Planner. All you have to do is go over to http://bit.ly/launch-planner, download a copy, print it out and work through it right along with me. 

All launches start at the same place - and these 10 steps will help you get the SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT thing you need before you launch a new product, a new service or business... and that is Clarity.

If you've ever felt a little confused as to where to start, how to get organized and how to pull all the pieces together, join me today in taking this 1 step toward your launch. If you're launching in 6 weeks or more from now - THIS IS perfect for you! Even if you're launching in a few weeks, you may gain clarity and understanding and FINISH the work you've been putting off.

See you on the inside.

 

Also - if you like this episode and working through the workbook, Fearless Launching is now open for enrollment (as of the date of this recording). Check it out at: fearlesslaunching.com

Oct 12, 2017

Today’s episode is inspired by an interview I watched with Danny Meyer, a NYC based entrepreneur.  He’s known for his fine dining experiences as well as his popular Shake Shacks.

I’m paraphrasing but he spoke about giving people an amazing experience. The “easiest” way to do that is to figure out what they need to feel good. To feel important.

“Everyone walks in with a sign around their neck saying — make me feel important.”

Of course, there isn’t just one way to make people feel important.

As we’re building our businesses, we start to see what our peeps like and don’t like. On a universal level, people need, want and like two things - to felt heard and to feel important.

Today we talk about some of the ways we can make our soon to be customers, our past customers, and maybe even ourselves feel more important.

So I ask you today on this very very short episode of the podcast….

Instead of asking how to connect, reach your audience. How do I grow my list, get more sales…

Join me in asking…how can I make more people feel important?

Visit the show notes and share two things - what makes you feel important and heard? And - how can make others who do business with you or come to you for help feel important?

http://www.annesamoilov.com/158

Oct 5, 2017

When you first start your business, you’re doing everything alone, so it goes without saying that you have to learn how to launch alone at the very early stages.

And that means you’re learning what to do, how to do it and trying to figure out WHEN to do it…
 
This can be fun for a period of time when you’re getting your feet wet, figuring out what your business is, who you serve, and what ideas get brought to those people. It can be kind of fun even.
 
You may even find yourself daydreaming and wondering when you’ll get to the point when you can finally get help.
 
But sometimes this alone phase can last awhile.

 So – do you wait until you can hire to launch something?

It’s kind of feels like the chicken or the egg… do you need to hire a team in order to launch? But wait – don’t you need to launch in order to hire?
 
And it doesn’t help knowing everyone’s always talking about the benefit of outsourcing, building a good team and nurturing them as you grow your company (me included by the way).
 
But how do you navigate that period of time BEFORE you are ready, prepared and have the resources to hire? 
 

Is it possible to launch alone? 

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