Business Professionals and Leaders Optimize Productivity and Morale with One-Time Your Business™ Course

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With a New Year soon to debut, team leaders and business professionals are thinking about how they can inspire and support their teams to be more productive in 2019 so they can have more time to do what they love. That’s why gifts that relate to better organization are so timely right now.

“Managers and leaders looking for gifts to support their teams in achieving big, bold goals for the New Year will find One-Time Your Business to be a gift that keeps on giving in terms of improved team productivity, improved morale, and less team turnover,” Top 1% Mortgage Professional and Course Creator Mitchell says.

After all, the average American spends 2.5 days each year looking for lost items, collectively costing U.S. households $2.7 billion annually in replacement costs so suggests a recent report from Pixie Technology Inc. The report also states that multitasking is the most cited cause for misplacing items with almost half of Americans saying trying to juggle more than one task leads to them forgetting where they placed a valuable.

The OTYB™ course covers hot topics week by week to guide students to optimize their productivity so they can have more time to do what they love.

 

 

 

Week 1: Get Organized, Time Blocking, Online Calendar, Voicemail & One-timing
Week 2: Task Management, One-tasking, Checklists & Web Forms
Week 3: Inbox Efficiency, Email Tips, Email Templates & Landing Pages
Week 4: Eliminating Objections & Avoiding Mistakes
Week 5: Scripts, Video & Reviews
Week 6: Presentation, Embracing Your Strengths & Team Building
Week 7: Touch Points, Lead Generation & Database Management (CRM)
Week 8: Next Steps, Time Wasters, Conclusion & Graduation

The lost time experienced on the job searching for items that can’t easily be located also has costly consequences. That is one of the reasons Tina Mitchell created the One-Time Your Business 8 Week Burn. This is an 8-week course business professionals can take from wherever they live, work way too hard or play. It’s designed for those who are tired of being busy, not getting anything done, and still not making the money they want to.

To date, hundreds of business professionals have graduated from the eight week online course to eliminate time and money wasters, organize their electronic inbox to save hours of time, make the most of time-saving apps, and gain mastery over change and mistakes.

Graduates define clear goals, stay focused, stop draining creative and physical energy, and deploy powerful strategies to follow through with confidence, while easily identifying and ditching distractions and dead ends.
Mitchell says the course focuses on small successes, taking the hard road, and embracing failures as participants create new, lasting habits that make a profound difference in the quality of life each and every student enjoys – on the job and off.

About Tina Mitchell

Top 1% Mortgage Professional, Radio Show Host, Author, and OTYB™ Course Creator Tina Mitchell created the One-Time Your Business course to support business professionals who complain all too often about not having enough time to get their most crucial business tasks completed so they can have more time to do what they love. Mitchell is also the founder and creator of Mortgage Triangle Software that is used by mortgage professionals nationwide.

Today hundreds of graduates are celebrating the results the course promises to enjoy productive, happy lives of achievement and contribution while opening up valuable time to enjoy family, friends, and hobbies.

Learn more at www.onetimeyourbusiness.com.

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Progress from a Lean Start Up Called Life Goes on Roadmap™

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What if you left behind what you used to do and went ALL IN to create the product, service, or offering that felt like your most important work to do?

What if you applied your 100% focus to that new endeavor and let the cards fall where they may?

What then?

These are the questions I have considered most of 2018 as I did exactly that.

After spending years creating a platform as the Bye Bye Boring Bio expert and Get Known Get Paid Mentor, I set it aside to put my focus almost exclusively on Life Goes on Roadmap™ in January of this year.

Life Goes on Roadmap™ is a system for personal financial information organization that I felt called to co-create with my husband Steve to meet a very important need. I wanted power, access and control over our most important financial information and documents in case something should happen to him.  I also wanted to have the peace of mind that I could drive my life forward with confidence if it should come to that.

Once we got my own needs met in this regard, it occurred to us that families everywhere could benefit from what we created. We decided to go ALL IN and offer our ‘experience product’ for sale online.

Decisions We Made Early On

  • Operate as a lean start up and fund every initiative from cash flow.
  • Measure success by lessons learned and progress made, in addition to sales.
  • Earn social proof of the product and media credibility through the power of publicity and outstanding virtual training delivery.
  • Make it easy for potential clients and licensees to find us in a Google search, even as a new offering.
  • Forgo a fancy website in favor of a simple opt in page and a sales letter for consumer sales that promises powerful benefits.
  • Focus on three niches:  consumers – Prime Timers in particular, financial advisors, and real estate professionals.
  • Have a presence at two of the most relevant industry conferences that serve fee only financial advisors and seek out connection opportunities with real estate professionals, starting with people we already know.
  • Create special web pages to serve financial advisors and real estate/mortgage professionals to answer their questions and showcase the benefits of licensing our system as their own.

January:

  • We got a bright idea that inspired us to create a new ‘experience product’ quickly.
  • We had zero ezine subscribers.
  • We had zero endorsements from people of influence.
  • We had zero sales.

April, June and October

  • We hosted three Life Goes on Roadmap™ Virtual Road Trips for clients after promoting them by webinar, BeLive.TV broadcast, social media, and ezine. Our aim was to earn proof of concept and feedback to make our product and delivery even better, while testing various price points to determine which resonated most with buyers based on their purchase decisions.

July

  • We decided to offer our product to financial advisors to license and brand as their own as a means to touching more lives and making a bigger impact.

November

  • Life Goes on Roadmap™ has sold and served 140 families around the world to rave reviews.
  • We’ve earned 3152 opt in subscribers — thanks to creating a Facebook ad that has converted consistently. The list grows every day, and the Facebook ad has been shared 161+ times and invited 65+ comments so far.
  • Our product has earned endorsements from influential industry experts and groups, including Sheryl Garrett, NAPFA, and video bloggers to prime timers in Canada and Australia so far.
  • Our product has been approved for use by the compliance departments for LPL, GIA, and others, opening the door for thousands more to easily sign on.
  • We are proud that 11 licensees from across the USA  with one in Canada have branded our system as their own to support their clients in getting their acts together.
  • Families have become “I’m Ready for Anything Road Trippers” who are ready for whatever life serves up next, and they sing the product’s praises on social media, to their friends and family, and even produce YouTube videos to share the value.
  • We’ve refined our message as we’ve talked to thousands of people by webinar, teleclass, private and public Facebook messages, BeLive.TV video and more.
  • We’ve refined our fulfillment systems to be simpler and more efficient.
  • We’ve welcomed five figures in sales so far, and new licensees and consumers come on board every week.
  • We’ve funded our progress 100% from cash flow.

Resources that have Supported Our Progress

  • Chris Flett – Ghost CEO – business coaching on the licensing piece in particular
  • An amazing virtual assistant – Jacki Opferman
  • A talented graphic designer – Victoria Vinton
  • Facebook Faucet Training –  Tammy Lane
  • 123rf – royalty free images for Facebook Advertising
  • Copy coaching with Nancy  Tierney of Firecracker Communications
  • Web page design – Tina Walker of Delegation Divas
  • Our fulfillment house – Vervante
  • 1 Shopping Cart – online sales processing
  • LeadPages —  easy to create opt in pages that convert
  • Every online course, coaching engagement, webinar, or event I’ve attended since 2010 has played a role to acquire the know how and confidence to execute on every initiative.

Lessons Learned So Far

  • Focus matters. It’s possible to make bold progress on an inspired initiative when you declare it to be your top priority and let everything else be a distraction.
  • Think bigger from the start.  Aim high right out of the gate. We’ve been focusing on earning credibility and compliance approval among credible associations and organizations that serve hundreds or thousands of financial advisors. While it has been a slow and steady effort, we’ve gained meaningful traction in the early going with several influential organizations. This should set us up well to accelerate our results and impact in the New Year.
  • The message matters.  Listen carefully every day to what people say and respond with refinements that make a good effort even better.
  • Connect with potential clients in person — either by Zoom video conference, across the conference or dining room table, by sponsorship/exhibit table at the right ventures, or BeLive.TV. It’s a lot more effective than pounding potential clients by email.
  • Measure what you treasure and make smart decisions and take wise actions based on the numbers.  
  • Make a habit of reflecting on progress, honoring mis-steps and  mistakes to get the lessons, and celebrating wins, big or small.  It’s a long distance race, and it growth happens step by step and sometimes in a leaps and bounds kind of way.
  • Keep a positive attitude to help navigate the rough spots.
  • Make new friends along the journey.  Every conversation with a new person of influence in this new marketplace offers the opportunity to create a new relationship, be of contribution, and to receive ideas and support to fuel whatever may be coming next.  Be arms wide open to welcome the abundance with trust that it’s all good.

2019 is still to be written, and we intend to continue this journey and see what additional magic we can make.

Stay tuned for future updates from this lean start up known as Life Goes on Roadmap™.

 

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Your biggest risk …

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Risk

[risk]
noun
  1. exposure to the chance of injury or loss; a hazard or dangerous chance: It’s not worth the risk.
  2. Insurance .
    1. the hazard or chance of loss.
    2. the degree of probability of such loss.
    3. the amount that the insurance company may lose.
    4. a person or thing with reference to the hazard involved in insuring him, her, or it.
    5. the type of loss, as life, fire, marine disaster, or earthquake, against which an insurance policy is drawn.

While attending a mix and mingle party last week, the guests gathered in small groups to answer deep questions and get beyond typical small talk.

There were little cards to review — each with a provocative question on each.  Our task was to answer the question.

My question was “What is the biggest risk you’ve taken?”

I thought about it and said that it’s been a big risk to walk away from the work upon which I have built my professional reputation since 2001 to focus on a new initiative that feels like it’s my most important work to do to date.

Folks said, “It hasn’t looked like a big risk to us. It has looked seamless and natural.”

That got me thinking.

My hubby Steve and I had quite a conversation about it.

He turned to a sports analogy.

Steve said that those divers who jump from the high tower to do all those flips, twists, and turns invest years and years of practice to make their dives look seamless and natural.  All that practice pays off in the clutch moments when gold medals are at stake.

When  Sully landed that plane with 155 passengers on board on the Hudson River, it was his 40+ years at a pilot he drew upon to make an epic decision in a dire situation to save every soul on that flight.

Since 2006, I’ve been creating information products, leading group courses, speaking live and virtually, list building, and copy writing in connection with my other business. It’s taken years to hone and practice those skills to create impact for clients and in my own balance sheet.

When I switched my focus to Life Goes on Roadmap™ this year, I applied what I had learned from all those prior years of study, practice, and action to the new initiative with extreme focus. What has been different this time is how many times I have said NO to other things that could have distracted me from my primary goal.

It’s been a huge risk to take nevertheless.

  • Walking away from being known in a certain way to blaze a whole new trail is a big deal.
  • Being resourceful to apply all the skills acquired over the years to start up and grow without taking on debt or betting the farm is a big deal.
  • Creating buzz and credibility for a new offering takes confidence, persistence, and moxie.
  • Creating something from nothing in collaboration with my husband less than a year ago to make an impact for clients and make money is a big deal, too.

If it looks seamless and natural, make no mistake.

There is a lot of paddling going on below the surface to make the dream work.

We are working it.

Every single day.

  • What is the biggest risk you’ve ever taken?
  • What have you learned?
  • What are you doing to work the dream and live the risk every day?

Comment below. Go ahead. Inspire me!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Focus pays off — Follow One Course Until Successful

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Are you a spinner of multiple plates or a king or queen of focus?

For years, I have been the queen of spinning many plates.

This summer, I have given myself permission to FOCUS on one big initiative.

My big initiative is the launch of Life Goes on Roadmap™ as a business to consumer offer as well as a business to business invitation for licensing this system as a done-for-you-private-label offer to support financial advisors and other professional service providers to serve their clients more deeply, attract leads, make more money, differentiate, and welcome enthusiastic referrals.

What a revelation this has been.

I feel so clear and purposeful in my actions. Results are absolutely flowing in all good ways.

Why did I wait so long?

Truth is, the 2008 Great Recession was really tough, and I had a lot of my former publicity business dry up in what seemed like an instant.

Tough times those were.

Having only one source of revenue made me very fearful and vulnerable in an economic downturn.

That’s when I decided to get serious about creating multiple streams of income so if one well would run dry, the others would still carry me forward.

Well, a lot of years have passed since then.

Not long ago, I had this ‘wake up call’ that operating from that old place of fear and vulnerability from 2008 wasn’t in my best interests today. I just decided to FOCUS on the one course of action that calls me forward in a big way.

Every day, I take action on at least five things to advance toward my big goal, and many days, I exceed that.

Everything is working out great!

What is the lesson?

FOCUS: Follow One Course Until Successful

You may be thinking, “Duh moment.”

And you might be right.

I may be a bit of a slow learner, but when I get the lesson, I GET the lesson.

This one is as clear as day.

Onward!

#LifeGoesOnRoadmap

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#Financial Peace

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The Common Thread: Guiding Clients to Get What They Want When They Want It

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Do you ever look at the sum total of your career or business contributions and get a BIG AHA and a fresh perspective?

In doing this myself not long ago,  I got this big AHA of a common thread that is woven throughout all of my various success reinventions over the years.

I’ve been guiding my clients to get what they want when they want it.

That is the overarching, common theme to everything I have ever done.

  • In the early days, it was truly about satisfying real hunger with fast food as I worked as a regional marketing manager and a director of marketing for two fast food companies.
  • When I turned to entrepreneurship when my baby boy turned one year old in 1998, I was very present about getting what I wanted on a schedule that would work for me.  Anyone who has ever balanced the demands of career, marriage, and new motherhood in the aftermath of post-partum depression knows what I am talking about here. I worked as a copywriter and a publicist for big clients about ten years before shifting my focus to writing books, speaking, and guiding my ‘author, expert, speaker’ clients to get known and paid.
  • From 2008 through 2017, a big focus of my work was guiding experts and speakers to earn recognition for their winning ways and the money that goes with that. Writing books, getting seen and heard, and creating multiple streams of revenue from my own brand of brilliance was a huge area of focus as I contributed to the success of my clients through my books, group training programs, and private mentoring program.
  • In 2018, together with my husband Steve – a Certified Financial Planner© Professional — we are guiding Baby Boomer married women to have control and power over their personal financial information, even after life has served up a bump in the road.  The two of us still run our mainline businesses — www.getknowngetpaid.com and www.finpath.comAND we have a gut feeling that the work we are doing with www.LifeGoesOnRoadmap.com is the most important and empowering work of our lives so far.

My various reinventions are a mirror to this model called Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.  As I have grown older, my businesses have evolved to reflect where I am in my own development.  I imagine I am not the only one, but this is the first time I made that connection.

As time marches on, our interests shift. Our own definition of success evolves as we do. And the sum total of all we have learned, experienced, and achieved becomes fuel to ignite whatever may be coming next.  The cool thing about this is that the success flows with so much more ease because of the foundation of learning already achieved that sets the stage for the new initiative to succeed even faster.

You can’t force a rose to bloom. Sometimes the wine takes a good long time to come to its perfect bouquet. And when you get a big idea and have that ‘head, heart, gut’ feeling that you are onto something important and of real service, you just have to GO FOR IT.

My husband Steve and I got the bright idea to create the Life Goes on Roadmap on January 11, 2018 while waiting for a flight home from the Orange  County Airport. We took inspired action to create a gift that would compel people to opt in to subscribe and got busy building big buzz step by step.

We already have thousands of appreciative opt in subscribers and we’ve successfully completed our pilot road test of our Life Goes on Road Trip to rave reviews during which we actually held our client’s feet to the fire to get their personal financial information organized as we make it fun while they get it done.

We are inspired to serve thousands more, and the good publicity we are earning, online support we are welcoming, and the speaking and podcast guesting opportunities I am seeking out are opening doors for us to wave the flag for the newest revolution we are fighting for.  We know the best is yet to come, and we are ‘arms wide open’ to experience how that will unfold for us, our clients and our own living legacies.

While preparing to share my Redefining Success story for Kate Navarro Fessler’s podcast by the same name. these ideas came to mind. Here is the link to the podcast so you can tune in as you ponder your next reinvention!

 

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17 Years of Getting It Done — and I’ve Only Just Begun to Serve at the Highest Level

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February 2 marked the 17th year of me starting my business, and my oh my, what a journey it has been.

Step by step and sometimes in a leaps and bounds kind of way, I have created a successful business that serves speakers and experts around the world.

I never bought into the ‘six figures in 20 minutes’ hype that is served up so often today as the path to fast success. Mine has been a steady and deliberate journey to credibility, visibility, and profitability. A lot of that has to do with acquiring confidence along the way.

Unlike so many people who come out of the gate with high tuition programs — perhaps before they have the credibility and experience to deliver on their promises —  I took a step by step approach to building my business because confidence took a while to build as a transitioned from being a public relations agency owner to an online entrepreneur.

Having invested in mentors and programs over the years, I’ve acquired skills and abilities to fill in gaps in my skill set. I’ve worked hard to stay up to date on best practices that are also in alignment with what feels right to me. In doing so, I have been of service to my clients and my community in a fast changing world on Internet commerce without selling my soul in the process.

By doing this in my own best way, I’ve been lucky to support and serve literally hundreds of happy clients with unwavering championship to get the results they came for.

I don’t regret my journey for a minute because this was my path to travel, and there is no doubt about my credibility or confidence now.

I’ve ‘been there, done that, and earned the t-shirt’ as I’ve grown my business from a simple idea to a thriving company.
Humbled by my disappointments and failures, I have kept on going to appreciate the successes that flow from staying with it.
I still connect with what it feels like to struggle, fail, and get back up again which is why I can be such a great champion for those with whom I work very closely.

With inspired action, I made a lot of magic happen for my clients and have the testimonials and tribe of DEVOTEES to prove it.

So far, I …

>> Wrote a book (and got featured as a contributing author in a few more)
>> Created information products that sell
>> Launched and sustained this ezine
>> Got known through the power of publicity
>> Grew my list to 20,000 +
>> Became a highly sought after and results producing joint venture partner
>> Networked at the right events to connect with icons of influence who have helped my star to rise
>> Tended to my mindset (not to be underestimated …)
>> Launched, revised and upgraded a website as change has unfolded, because it always does
>> Created a strong presence on social media
>> Started and grew a Facebook group that rocks
>> Spoke a lot to earn more – webinars, telesummits, podcasts and the live stage and everything in between and beyond
>> Got my sizzling speaker demo reel and speaker sheet done and dialed (and supported hundreds more to do this, too!)
>> Sold myself and my skills to invite opportunities to serve clients and organizations
>> Hosted live events such as dinner masterminds and tuition based workshops
>> Worked one-on-one with clients to create success stories and proof behind every promise
>> Launched and served clients in a group leveraged program that delivers on every promise that boasts hundreds of happy graduates who got what they came for and more!

It’s been a lot to learn and do over time, and I’ve stepped up over time to do it.

That’s why 2018 is my year to step up and serve at the highest level because my experience so far has prepared me to do exactly that.

The wine comes to its perfect time when it is ready and not before. That time for me is now.

I am curating an amazing group of eight amazing “movers and shakers” to link arms with me starting in April of this year to collectively raise our voices and make our impact in big, bold ways.

If you are serious about climbing under my wing so you can take action to speak more, earn more, and rock your business as a VIP or ELITE member  (ELITE includes PRIVATE COACHING!)  of the Raise Your Voice – Make Your Impact Inner Circle that will be starting in early April 2018, I want to hear from you.

This close community of rapid get it done rock stars will be linking arms and lifting each other up as we climb to visibility, authority, and profitability together!

This is the link to visit to determine if this carefully crafted invitation is right for you.

Reach out by email at nancy@getknowngetpaid.com or by private message to tell me “This is exactly what I need and I want to claim my place.”

Well schedule a chat to make sure this is a best fit match.

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How much should you invest in professional development?

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I asked this question from my personal Facebook page yesterday, and a firestorm of comments flowed in overnight.

If this is a question on your mind right about now, join the conversation and add your two cents.

Before asking the question, I conferred with three of my favorite financial wizards — Justin Krane, Debbie Page, and my husband Steve Juetten.

Cash Flow Expert for Women Justin Krane says it’s a good rule of thumb to intend to earn at least three times the tuition as a result of an investment in professional development. I interviewed him earlier this year about money savvy, pricing and packaging for big profits and the importance of knowing your numbers.

Just click on the link, you can access that interview packed with timely and practical wisdom in Justin Krane style. He’ll be the first to tell you that “You’ve got this.”  No opt in is required.

I also conferred with Debbie Page. She guides women business owners to keep more of the money they make. Debbie suggests that the allocation range to invest for professional development is 3% – 10% of gross revenue.  Once the six-figure threshold is met and continues to grow, at a minimum budget of 3% for every $100,000 of gross revenue.  If you earned $350,000 in revenue this year, budget for $7500 – $25,000.

And then I asked my amazing husband of 30 years Steve about his point of view.

Certified Financial Planner Professional Steve Juetten

Steve says “Hope is not a plan.”

Invest a reasonable percentage of LAST YEAR’s revenues into professional development for the subsequent year.

If the business is new, he suggests being reasonable. If the business is going great guns, invest to the level that makes good sense and also supports you in acquiring the skills you need, while also achieving the desired results.

Isn’t it great to have these guidelines in your pocket at this time of year when you are soon to be on the receiving end of many invitations to invest wisely in your future success?

Here’s what I know for sure based on having been in business since 2001 and invested in a variety of top notch programs and mentors over the years.

Not everyone who starts these programs — even with the best of intentions — finishes the programs to achieve the promised results. It’s often the top 6% of all who enroll who achieve the 3X – 10X returns that were promised in the marketing pitch.

Why is that?

  • Sometimes life gets in the way.
  • Sometimes mindset issues get in the way.
  • Sometimes the level of effort required to bring in the results is beyond what the participant expected or was willing to put forth.
  • There may be other factors at play, too.

For me, here is what I know.

I am a strong starter. And I am also a strong finisher.

That gives me confidence that when I invest in something that I want, I am going to do whatever it takes to get the value. It’s just that simple. I start these programs with the intention to get 3-10 times the value in ways that I can measure in my shopping cart.  Otherwise, I pass.

Decisions start by knowing the numbers.

I know the top categories to which revenue flows. I know my expenses. And the profit margin is rock solid.

Because I want this trend to continue, now is the time in the calendar year when I consider what I will start, stop and keep doing.

That means taking a careful look at the services I use to fuel the engine that is my business, the investments I make to fund my professional development, and evaluate what I need to do differently to make sure things keep moving in a favorable direction.

Do I need a new computer?  Yes.  That is essential.  It is pretty hard to run a successful business online without an up-to-date computer system.

Do I need to invest in my professional development?  Yes. And I am going to be very mindful of the specific skills I need to develop and deliberate in my actions so I can continue to grow along my path to mastery.

And here is where things get interesting.

Every day, like you, I am on the receiving end of invitations to fill in gaps in my skill set. The price points vary widely. Given the sheer number of choices and how compelling and inviting the offers, I have to go back to one of my favorite books of all time for some timeless wisdom.

There is a conversation between the Cheshire Cat and Alice within the classic novel Alice in Wonderland that says, “If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there.”

So here is what I know:

  • I need to be in the company of successful entrepreneurs who call me forward to achieve even more contribution, value exchange, and success, while speaking the truth — even when it is hard to hear.  Going it alone in isolation is a recipe for disaster.
  • I want to speak more to earn more.  That is why I teach my clients to do. And my professional development absolutely must include focus on speaking mastery.
  • I also need to expand the reach and impact of my message.  That means that ongoing lead generation needs to be a high priority.

Now that I know my priorities, what then?

I look at the revenues and profits I earned.

Then, I decide to invest a reasonable percentage in professional development.

So … as you reflect on your own success this year and anticipate how it will GROW in the New Year, what will you start, stop, and keep doing?

How will you invest in your success?

And how fiercely will you fight for your results so you can be proud of your achievements and smile all the way to the bank?

These are good questions to consider right about now.

And, if you are a speaker and an expert who wants to speak more to earn more in the New Year, I’d love to be a resource for your professional development.

I’ll be teaching about the 3 best ways to get booked on more live and virtual stages, even if no one knows your name yet on December 12, 2017 at 10 a.m. Pacific.  Here is link to register to benefit from this high value and FREE training.

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[Video] Use the Right Words to Elevate your Ideal Audience!

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Are you thinking about raising the bar for the audience you get to serve in the New Year?

Maybe you are running into too many prospects who complain about not having the money, time, or resources to make your products, programs or services a top priority.

If that is the case, tune in to this powerful training as I talk about the power of word choice and share at least 5 awesome examples to inspire you to choose words even more wisely to attract the ideal clients you seek. I want you to talk to the right people who want AND need what you offer AND are inspired to invest wisely to get the benefit or the relief! Start today.

2500 views, 4 shares, scores of comments and counting.   Jump on in and get the lessons!

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[Video] Speak but Don’t Sell — What Do You Do?

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Speakers: You’ve been invited to speak for 20 minutes for a local business group. The host says you can teach, but you can’t sell anything.

What do you do to make the most of this opportunity?

During this BeLive.TV broadcast, I share 5 tried and true ways to make these kinds of engagements pay off.  You’ll want to take them for a test drive soon and share with other speakers.

With 1565 people reached, hundreds of video views, and scores and comments, you’ll get huge value. I promise.

 

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20 minutes of stage time can turn into thousands of dollars — It just happened for me!

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What if you could turn 20 minutes of stage time into thousands of dollars?

What could happen for you?

Last Friday, I was fortunate to take the stage for 20 minutes at a live event that was attended by aspiring speakers up to big things.

There were 36 people in the audience of whom two were already my clients. When the talk was over, 31 of them had rushed to the back of the room to make a purchase from me.

31 buyers from 34 potential clients represents a 91% conversion rate!

This was the right audience for my message about making your speaker one-sheet rock. BELOW is access to a clip from the 20 minute talk I gave from Mark Grainger and Shannon Law’s Big Impact Speaker event.

I brought my full, quirky essence to their stage, delivered content that served a specific need for their audience, and was fortunate to be introduced in such a powerful way that the audience was set up to fall in love at ‘hello.’

I hope this inspires you to take stages in service to your perfect audience so you can welcome results that delight you, while boosting your confidence big time.

This brings me to a few questions for you.

>> What specifically are you doing to get yourself booked on live and virtual stages?

>> Are you reaching out to decision makers?

>> Are you hosting your own live or virtual events?

If you do nothing, nothing happens. And when you ask for what you want and take action, amazing things can unfold for your audience, for you, and also for the marketplace.

What is it going to be for you?

If you’d like to learn more about how to make speaking rock for your best audience with your best message front and center, I’ll be interviewing Shannon Law via BeLive.TV on July 11 at 3 p.m. Pacific from my business fan page.  Join us and bring along some of your speaker and expert friends!  The more, the merrier!

This is a generous clip from my talk from Mark and Shannon's Big Impact Speaker event from last Friday. The way they introduced me touched my heart in a big way and the audience enjoyed my talk. It cuts off near the end because my phone storage was at capacity. That is a lesson learned for the next time. >> Check phone storage before recording the next big gig. Oy!

Posted by Nancy Juetten on Tuesday, July 4, 2017

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