How I Transitioned from $2k Months to $20k Months: 3 Mental and Physical Shifts

How I Transitioned from $2k Months to $20k Months: 3 Mental and Physical Shifts

Here’s how my story starts out: when I was in college, I started a freelance business. I created a profile on a freelance website and positioned myself as a cheap college student who was great at social media. I got my first job that day and started making about $2k a month doing whatever work I could do (think: social media management, copywriting, running Facebook ads, scheduling emails into MailChimp, building WordPress websites - the list goes on).

Months later, I hired my first coach. I had worked hundreds of hours for clients, got a ton of testimonials, and even coached most of my clients for free (without realizing what coaching even was).

Now, a year and a half later, I’m easily making $20k a month in cash.

4 Essential Tips To Getting the RIGHT people on the phone

4 Essential Tips To Getting the RIGHT people on the phone

I hear it all the time. People have no problem booking discovery calls, but it’s hard to find the right people who are ready to buy, ready to invest, and ready to put in the work.

Even after 10,12,15 calls - it’s just one “no, thank you” after another. It seems impossible to get the right person on the phone!

So how do you go from signing clients here and there to actually being able to predict how many clients you’re going to sign?

How I Grew My Facebook Group by 1,000 People in 48 Hours

How I Grew My Facebook Group by 1,000 People in 48 Hours

A little over a year ago, I had put a post out and 48 hours later, 1,000 new people had joined my group. My group at the time had around 300 people and I had spent about 5 months trying to grow my group to even those members.

See the exact Facebook post I used and read all about my strategy in this post!

The #1 Thing People are Doing Wrong with Their Facebook Groups

The #1 Thing People are Doing Wrong with Their Facebook Groups

When I first created my Facebook group, I gave it a name that meant nothing to me, my ideal client, and didn’t stand out much. That made it really hard to grow the group because no one knew who it was for or who the heck I was. It didn’t have an identity, it didn’t resonate with people, and it didn’t mean anything personally to me. 

Having a Facebook group can feel like the right thing to do for your business, because you see what other women doing and you want to have what they have. Start off right with your Facebook Group by finding out the biggest mistake people are making with their Facebook group in this blog post!

Why I Don't Do Much 1:1 Coaching Anymore

Why I Don't Do Much 1:1 Coaching Anymore

Low cost versus high cost offers for online coaches is a heated topic. Should you be selling lots of little trainings that cost $99 each or should you be booking 1:1 clients that pay $3000?

I’ve had mentors who’ve suggested low cost offers and also mentors who’ve strongly believed against it so I get the confusion around the topic. 

Personally, I’ve helped so many different types of women with strong beliefs embark on a variety of journeys, and my overall belief is you can do whatever the hell you want in your business and make it work.

Before I give you my perspective and I what I do - I want you to know this - when you do what you want to do and what feels most exciting in the moment, your results are always better.

How to Make 20K Months

How to Make 20K Months

I started my coaching business 1.5 years ago, and every time I move toward a new income level I have these negative thoughts that pop up in my head. “No... that’s not meant for you. No, you’re not quite there yet.”

But the truth is, it was entirely up to me how much income I create. Now, I can have $20k months without even thinking about it. That’s an easy monthly goal for me.

2 Easy Strategies for Overcoming Objections (Even if You're Not a Sales Queen)

2 Easy Strategies for Overcoming Objections (Even if You're Not a Sales Queen)

Sales has always been the toughest thing for me to master in my business. Not only that, I used to hate overcoming objections; I didn’t want to overcome objections, I just didn’t want to have any in the first place.

I’ve come a long way since then, and what I love now is to teach others how to overcome objections even if they aren’t a sales queen.

I’ve figured out two easy strategies to get over a few different common objections that keep people from signing up for your programs.

How to Make Money From Your Email List: Converting Opt-In’s to Clients

How to Make Money From Your Email List: Converting Opt-In’s to Clients

As I’m doing bigger and bigger launches, I’m really seeing the value in having an email list. An email list gives you access and contact to prospective clients - it gives you a chance to convert them into members of your paying community. After years of working on growing and nurturing my email list, I’ve finally broken down the method to converting people who opt-in to my list to actually becoming clients.

You need an email list, here’s why…

I’ve gotten this question from people who’ve been making sales from their Facebook group or even from brand new coaches who don’t have a list yet.  

Your email list is another form of community for your business. It’s a perfect way to form community and conversation in your business because it’s closed (people have to join to see the content) and people can reach out to you directly by simply replying to the emails. It’s like a private connection between me and the person who is reading the content.

Why Your Excuses Are BS Fears

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Why Your Excuses Are BS Fears

Sometimes, it feels like our excuses and the reasons why we can’t do something are just our own reality and no one else gets it. They don’t understand what’s going on in our head, and they can’t possibly understand why we just aren’t able to do something. But the reality is: we shouldn’t be defending our excuses, we should be pissed off at our excuses!

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10 Reasons Facebook Groups Can Be INSANELY Profitable

10 Reasons Facebook Groups Can Be INSANELY Profitable

Let’s talk about that silent elephant in the room: Facebook Groups.

When I started my business a few years back, groups were the place to be. I don’t like to call anything easy but they were for sure one of the easiest places to be. Since then, groups have gotten more saturated, busy and spammy.

However, they are still profitable and instead of having you waste any more time wondering if you are on the right platforms, I wanted to share with you the 10 reasons why I think Facebook groups can be your more profitable platform.

Entrepreneurs Under 30 ( Ep. 5. ) Gianna Rackham

Entrepreneurs Under 30 ( Ep. 5. ) Gianna Rackham

On today's episode of Entrepreneurs Under 30, I'm interviewing Gianna Rackham. 

 Gianna is a love coach. She helps women learn to love themselves and find balance within themselves so they can stop attracting emotionally unavailable men and manifest their soulmate. She really believes that we are the creators of our own reality and we

Find her online, here

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Entrepreneurs Under 30 ( Ep. 4 ): Jenna Carelli

Entrepreneurs Under 30 ( Ep. 4 ): Jenna Carelli

In today's episode of Entrepreneurs Under 30, I'm interviewing Jenna Carelli! 


Jenna is a Fitness Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer, Crossfit-Level 1 Trainer, and Business Implementation Coach. She currently lives in Philadelphia, PA with her husband, daughter, and boxer-dog named Bree! She built her first business in a year and a half while working full-time 8am-6pm. This business is what brought her home from her corporate job. She then started 2 other businesses after having her first child in July 2016. She is successful because of business automation, client-based referrals, and SYSTEMS!

 

You can find her online: Here

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Entrepreneurs Under 30 ( Ep. 3 ) Shade Adu

Entrepreneurs Under 30 ( Ep. 3 ) Shade Adu

In today's episode of Entrepreneurs Under 30, I'm interviewing Shade Adu! 

Shade Y. Adu is a Personal Brand Strategist international speaker, bestselling author, and founder of Savvy Solutions Consulting, LLC. Shade helps women entrepreneurs leverage the power of social media and live streaming in order to create clear and confident brands that profit online.   She has helped thousands of entrepreneurs create revenue, build digital products, and connect with new clients. Shade is also a featured expert in Black Enterprise, The Huffington Post, and Hello Beautiful. 

 

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Entrepreneurs Under 30 (Ep. 2): Erika Ashley

Entrepreneurs Under 30 (Ep. 2): Erika Ashley

In today's episode of Entrepreneurs Under 30, I'm interviewing Erika Ashley! 

Erika Ashley is an anti-niche strategist, serial entrepreneur, author, and LGBTQIA+ activist. She has been an entrepreneur since the age of 14 when she designed MySpace layouts for the popular girls in school for $50, but she moved from side-hustler to full-time entrepreneur in 2015 and hasn't looked back since. 

Erika helps multi-passionate people make diverse impacts on the world by saying bye to conventional wisdom about sticking to one thing; her clients are far too awesome for that. She is the queen of puns, bad dancing, and Youtube trivia. When she isn't making a fool of herself, Erika is usually busy connecting with other people or being featured in places like The Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, The Montreal Gazette, La Voix des Milles Iles, and CBC Radio.

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Entrepreneurs Under 30 (Ep. 1): Shamia Casiano

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Entrepreneurs Under 30 (Ep. 1): Shamia Casiano

In today's episode of Entrepreneurs Under 30, I'm interviewing one of my very own 6-Figure Ambition students, Shamia Casiano! 

Shamia Casiano is a former love + communication coach turned designer + brand architect. She creates real ass brands for bad bitch entrepreneurs who want to attract their ideal clients + make mad money. Shamia studied User Experience Design at General Assembly in NYC, has a degree in theater, and has studied improv + sketch comedy writing at the Upright Citizens Brigade in NYC. She's been featured in Ebony magazine, Thought Catalog, CurvyGirlHealth, YourTango, and DigitalRomance. She's a nerd at heart and married to one as well; both residing on the other side of the Hudson River with their six-year-old doggy named Lucky.

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