Today's episode features Hillary Rubin, a Spiritual Life and Business Coach, creator of the coach training program The Art of Becoming A Coach, training program where she coaches coaches to create their unique style of coaching and birth a practice they love.
Hillary's been featured in The Los Angeles Times, Yoga Journal and The Daily Worth.com. She was named one of the top 25 Women Entrepreneurs to Love in 2012 and one of the top 50 Entrepreneurs to follow on Twitter in 2013 by SheOwnsIt.com....
But let's get to the good stuff.
So, today’s episode we’re chatting with Jen Louden about her approach to teaching and how she’s created a program that dives deep into the topics of student engagement, the course creation process, and some hidden things that prevent people from sharing their goods in the first place.
Here’s what we cover in this episode:
The truth about getting people to learn
The one thing you should do every single time you start a course to get people engaged quickly
I ask Jen to expand on why less is more when you’re creating a class of any kind
How to make sure people remember what you’re trying to teach them
How to structure your course for different levels of people
The ideal process of creating a class
We’ve all been there.
It’s the morning your launch opens.
You “un” redirect your sales page and excitedly send out the “we’re open” email.
Your preloaded social media messages trickle out during that first day. You wait - hopefully for the first, second, and third sales to come in.
And maybe you get some, maybe you don’t.
But - after that initial open - and perhaps a few more emails, maybe some other “launchy” content. What do you do to make sure your launch isn’t a bust?
In today’s episode of the Fearless Launching Show I’ll be sharing 5 simple actions you can (and should take) if people aren’t buying your offering.
If “keep doing something until it no longer works” is your motto - does that mean you shouldn’t make business changes and do the same exact thing until NOTHING’S working?
At what point do you decide to change things up? Do you have to change everything?
If you’re not thinking about these questions, start today.
A launch is a series of moving parts that can get complex and overlap. Because of this - mistakes happen.
Even the absolutely flawless launch plan can end up slightly mangled.
Tech problems, systems breakdowns, team members who don’t deliver, team members that do deliver, team leaders that change their minds constantly… it’s all part of the process of launching.
Planning an online product launch is one of those things ya either love or avoid like the plague, or you just kind of don't do and then pay for later. Today - I'm going to share with you my secret launch planning mojo and I'm hope you'll nerd out with me on it.
Feeling trapped in your day job? Have a dream to break out and create your own business? In today's episode of The Fearless Launching Show, I'll answer that hot little question "How do you become an entrepreneur while you're working for someone else and without losing your mind?" In part 1 of this kick off session of The Fearless Launching Show, you will hear the story of how I spent 3 years building a business on the side while working full time for Laura Roeder and helping her build her business.
Visit the show notes over at: annesamoilov.com/1
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Finally unveiling the Fearless Launching show...Wanna know what it's all about? Take a listen and then visit the website to find out much more:
The Fearless Launching show is all about how to narrow in and get things done that matter to you - to build the things you dream about - when the odds are stacked against you - when it feels like everything is set to derail you - when your family seems to be conspiring to block your every move.
I created this place as a way to communicate with entrepreneurs building their business who need someone to stay accountable to, who may need some inspiration on a regular basis...and who simply want current, real details on what happens when you decide to do this whole “start a business” thing.